Let's make some poor man's carbonara /ck/!
Here's what you'll need.
>vegan food isn't delicious
Pic related is my breakfast today
>I made the food look photogenic, it MUST be delicious!11
Vegans and normal people both need to stop this.
How do I eat relatively healthy for maximum cheap if I don't have any food utensils? Like no stove, oven, fridge and stuff like that, just an empty apartment.
I thought about getting a Georg Foreman grill to grill some meat and vegetables once in a while and primarily eat cold diy soylent. What else should I consider? A cooking plate?
I don't really care that much about taste, I just eat to not die.
vinegar, , oil,salt+pepper spices?, peanut butter, vegetables and fruit, bulk nuts and canned beans/vegetables/meat.. Ive seen places sell big loaves of italian bread for like a dollar. It depends on whether your going for quality or sustenance. Could honestly live well off a couple loaves of that bread plus some oils or peanut butter while eating a veggie every once in awhile.
Also, microwave is much more versatile than a lil grill.
I never thought of buying canned food. Is it really that much cheaper than buying frozen or fresh? When buying canned food I think of low quality products drenched in disgusting sauce.
Also, I don't really like microwaved food. I know I said I don't care about taste, but even I have standards. I just use it to heat up already cooked food and it usually just gets too watery. A small oven sounds better than a microwave.
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Someone continued my thread.
Breakfast: oaty bar. Also coffee with milk.
Lunch: two homemade pinto bean "burgers" with onion-salt, peas, corn, carrot and red bell pepper on muffins because I had muffins.
After lunch snack: a bowl of popcorn with chipotle barbecue powder.
Planned dinner: cauliflower, potato and okra curry (bhindi aloo gobi sabzi) with white rice (because I don't feel like making bread today).
Planned second snack: about to walk into the kitchen for a mango.
It's 1 pm. So far just coffee with some organic bullshit heavy whipping cream.
Later? Probably nothing, I might make a salad later which would be spinach/arugula or a spring mix with some random vinaigrette, shredded chicken, salt+pepper, pecans or California almonds, bleu cheese, and some lemon zest if I feel like it.
That salad is dank as fuck and now I think I'll definitely make it.
My Korean friend gave me one of these. I just need to know how spicy it is before tasting it.
Pic related was the worst thing I ever ate I would have enjoyed all the ingredients better cooking them separately. I wasted like 50 bucks on this
Is this an actual thing?
What spices to add into the oil to make it more flavorful?
Ive got some leftover sheeps cheese and olives as well.
oi m8 drinkin some beers bout to cook up some crazy shit, feel free to join me
this thread is for anyone to post a cook-along, bake-along or OC food/drink pics if they dont want to make or use another thread
>also feel free to post cook alongs of your /ck/ challenge dishes
aw shit cuttin some mufuggin tendies son
>why cant i hold all these good boy points
Name a better burger, fries, and shake.
ITT: shit tier condiments normies love for fuckwhatever reason
>people never use a little bit of it, they absolutely drench fucking everything in it to the point where the food is the condiment and ranch is the food
why don't they just fucking drink a bottle of it would that be enough ranch?!
ITT: underrated cuisines
Portuguese, some of the best food I've ever eaten
I came back 10 pounds heavier
>lamprey braised in wine, served over rice
>bacalhau baked and smothered in onions, garlic, and mounds of thick cut potatoes
>oily, pungent, and fresh sardines fried alongside the harbor, served with a glass of snappy vinho verde
>chorizo flamed with aguardiente
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Singapore airlines. Also they'll keep you drunk and won't cut you off unless you're being a bastard. 14 hour flight from Vancouver to Perth with stops in SK and Singapore and I was slamming Screwdrivers the whole way over.
Random question I thought of the other night while waiting in line at mcdonalds.
Why are all fish patties square while all chicken patties are circle?
Here's a tip, perhaps you and some genius can work the rest out:
> chicken patties are made with minced chicken meat and can be formed in any shape without loss.
> fish patties are not ...
Let's have a thread about cookware for people who haven't fucked up at life.
What's your favorite line of cookware for
>routine everyday tasks
>people who don't have task-specific cookware (looking at you, "cast iron does everything" neckbeards)
True, but there are different ways of setting that up. For instance, disc bottom vs clad, thickness and layering for controlling responsiveness vs thermal capacity. Etc.
Personally I like a single layer of thick aluminum with stainless inside. No discs, discs are shit.