Any suggestions for low salt diets? Not trying to cut it out completely, just trying to be a bit healthier in general.
But I don't know how to cook without salt being a main ingredient, or foods in the store that have a lot of salt.
Ok like, I stirfry veggies, always cook meat with salt, have dips and stuff similar that I'm slowly cutting out of my diet, I don't know how to order low salt food when I go out with friends to eat, and a lot of the stuff I buy from the store is salty.
What do you think of this pizza, /ck/?
So Im planning to cook some lobster tonight but i was wondering you guys kill your lobster before boiling it and how do you do it? I know its supposed to be more humane and humane or whatever but I remember as a kid we would play games whwn we boiled lobster like bet how long each lobster would 'scream' for. What do yoy guys do?
Here's a good video:
You just use a knife to quickly split the head. Freezing it or just tossing it into boiling water is potentially causing it more pain than necessary. I think those two methods are done to seem "cleaner" and therefore more humane, but that's not how things always work.
i'm proud of this plate/dish.
same dish, different plate..
>rock fish crudo (picked up w nice finishing olive oil/maldon salt)
>cara cara orange
Where are my fellow tea bros at?
What are you drinking? What is your favourite kind of tea?
Drinking some Taiwan Oloong, such a shame what happen over there with the plantations.
got me some tie guanyin, some white peony, long jing (dragonwell) and some goddamn green snail (bi lo chun) never had green snail before and boy is it one of my favorite greens. would like some buddhas hand but can't find any atm
From my experience, long jing goes bad quicker than sencha. Sencha gets a bit more astringent, but actually develops some flavor over a year. Long jing just turns to ass after a few months.
What are some other good American beers?
None of those crappy microbrew things though please
What the hell is the purpose of this shit? Why do I need a porus spoon that can burn, when there are so many better materials like silicon? Can we discuss other pointless kitchen tools?
My wooden spoon is probably one of my most used kitchen tools, and it's size and shape is as important to me as that of my chef's knife.. Literally no other material is as good for it's purpose.
I don't understand. why do you not like wooden spoons. Like seriously why are you mad about a wooden spoon. Normally people toss around the word autism without meaning but it might apply here...
I was just over in /co/ discussing a Family Guy joke about Arby's being terrible,and I have to say I disagree. It's not like a super great restaurant or anything, but as far as fast food goes it's pretty good imo, especially those jamocha shakes and curly fries. The sandwiches are bretty gud too. However, a slight majority of the anons in that thread think Arby's is pretty much literal shit on a bun.
What does /ck/ think about this?
Arby's is great. Had it for the first time recently and it is my new favorite fast food place
Why are people so quick to judge other's food choices?
Yeah, but Americans never say their food that ever smells bad (even though those smells are culturally learned as pleasant or unpleasant), it's only ever asian food that they make comments on or says smell bad. It's insensitive.
How can these places justify or exit selling combos at $9 or more on avg?
Isn't the point of these places to be cheap, quick and convenient, how is a $10 burger anything but a total ripoff?
Shits not even good, imho of course.
There's hardly even any dollar menus, anymore.
I just stopped going altogether. It was never worth it for health or taste reasons, but now it's not even worth it for the price.
And in the time it takes for me to drive out there, wait in line, have to pull up and wait longer, and finally get the food only to realize they fucked it up, I could have made something at home.
Except your pronunciations of croissant and lasagna are actually closer to correct here than whatever you're saying.
Creh-sant is wrong. Crah-sawnt is closer to the French word.
Lah-sahn-ya is pretty much dead balls on.
Either way, this thread is garbage.
>take a sip of drink
>continue chewing food
Budweiser has a new name, and that name is America
Let's just get this out of the way quickly because you're probably not going to understand it the first time I say it: Budweiser is renaming its beer "America." The beer Budweiser will henceforth be known as America. When you gingerly lift a tall boy of Budweiser out of your bodega's fridge, what you'll really be lifting is a tall boy of America. Got it? Budweiser, the King of Beers, will now respond...
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I am both sincerely giddy and honestly disturbed by this news. While it's true that I do love spectacle, and I do love to yell "AMERICA" in a husky voice every time I crack open a can of Bud, I don't like my beer-fueled patriotism foisted upon me like some red, white, and blue cold sore. And while this is delightful to me in the same way that dogs who walk on two legs are delightful to me (i.e., completely unaware of their own absurdity), there are definitely some people out there who will respond...
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Moving out soon, and the only thing to my name is a rice cooker and coffe machine.
What are some essential kitchen equipment?