Left the Doctor yesterday with less than great news, but not serious.
Go to A&W and get a large Root Beer Float. Been years since I had one of these babies.
Tasty as all get out. Good root beer, soft serve ice cream. What's not to like?
I guess you could roast them, but is there any specific way to cook bees?
Hey fags, what you think of muh steak?
Home made refried beans.
What's wrong with my bacon?
Best dish for a handful of green beans other than sauteeing?
Hey all, first time posting here. I've been scavenging the internet for madame jeanette (pic related) recipes but to no avail.
I was wondering if you guys have any hot/spicy pepper recipes you'd like to share. Chilli's are good too.
Those taste very similar to habaneros so any recipe calling for habs will work great.
IMHO the citrusy sort of taste works best paired with fish or pork. If you want to make sauces or salsas then go with fruit-based types.
They're a very common pepper, just not in your little corner of flyoverland.
Rate my pseudo eggs Benedict.
The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step/10
I've got a gallon of Gatorade concentrate. What should I do with it besides make tons of Gatorade?
What neat things can I do with canned tuna?
Use as bait to catch that damn feral cat that's been pissing in my workshop.
That's honestly the only thing I can think of to use it for. I love tuna in general, but for some reason once it's canned it tastes like satan's asshole.
Why do people always refer to eggs as 'delicious'?
Eggs don't have any flavor.
They're pretty much just colored, puffy, solid water.
Wood has more flavor than fucking eggs.
Why do people like eggs so much?
They're so boring.
They're alright if you mix them with other ingredients, in order to bind things or whatever, but eggs on their own have no flavor or value.
What pork to beef ratio must I use to make the perfect meatballs, /ck/?
Coffee is shit. If you don't make it tolerable with cream & sugar, it's bitter shit. If you let it get cold, it's bitter shit. There is literally no reason to drink coffee. There's a handful of reasons not to, though. You're literally steeping seeds into water for a cocktail of heavy metals and pesticides, and it's making you demented.
Now tea, tea's the shit. Tea's where it's at. Tea's gone cold, you're wondering why? Doesn't matter. it's just as delicious as a hot brewed cup, perhaps even moreso. Tea's...
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I never used to like coffee, until I tried pic related. Absolutely glorious, this thread is pure blasphemy.
How do you make the best Margarita in the world? Wanna get wasted on sugar and salt. Will post results tonight if I can get the thread going. Post recipes, dos/don'ts, shit like that.
I was considering making a simple syrup using agave syrup and water
Squeezing some limes up
Ice 2 cups or so
Tequila (not sure which)
And some mint
I've been vestedly reading up on nutrition on and off for the last 6+ months and I'm seeing a dietician shortly. I'm starting to really get into this shit and even considering taking a PhD.
Anyway, here's some general stuff I've learned which has been super useful, call me out on anything that sounds like bullshit and add any nutrition info/tips
Hemp is a complete and higher protein source than fish or meat, it also has a 1/4 omega 3/6 ratio which is pretty damned good if you like your auto immune system and brain synapses working properly
Vegetable oils are pretty much all trash with the exception of Coconut Oil, Butter, Lard and Olive Oil in that order. This is because they're packed with harmful fats and void of good fats. Coconut Oil is cheap, stores better, arguably tastes better and doesn't contain too much omega 6.
Eating more vegetables is almost always the best choice you can make for your diet. Aiming to eat less sugar or less X Y Z is psychologically difficult whereas eating more vegetables is usually a lot easier and changes your tastes and gut flora over time thus making you more likely to eat more, it also helps you feel fuller and get more fibre and the plethora of other benefits.
Fish and insects are the best sources of protein and red meat, while not bad for you in moderation, has all sorts of links to cancer and heart disease when eaten often, especially when processed.
Cooking any starchy food in dairy/nut oil/fish oil and leaving it for 12+ hours will change the structure of the starches and reduce the calories significantly.
Skimmed & Semi Skimmed milk is the most widely subscribed to meme in the west. Whole milk contains far more healthy fats and only a few more calories and has been shown to reduce the chances of all types of diabetes and many other auto immune diseases by nearly 50%
You can reduce most credible and good nutrition/diet advice down to a few components:
>Eat as varied a diet as feasible
>Eat as fresh as possible
what kind of food is hemp? I dont see it much in stores, I know its used for rope and clothes. is it an oil you mean? AFAIK there are lots of oils that contain a lot of omega 3 that aren't usable by the body without refinement by the body, which becomes a rather large bottleneck. Flax seed oil is the big problem, but i haven't heard anything about hemp.
I've heard whispers of polysaturated fat not being all that great for you compared to saturated fat...
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