this might seem like a lazy troll or an unfunny cunt posting, but does anyone have recommendations for getting a good consistent defecation going?
i heard wheat and grains are good, but you can't eat those constantly that regularly imo, maybe thats just me.
I want type 3 regularly. Mine ranges through all of them. I think i need to get a more consistent diet.
mostly a consistant diet and finding out what works for you. your gut bacteria will change a lot from day to day and if you do things like eat meat for a week then all veggie for a week, you're going to have more problems with your digestion if you just ate a normal variety. You have to give your digestive system time to become acclimated to the kinds of food it is digesting.
Oatmeal or some other kind of whole grains are great for breakfast. For lunch, try making salads with loads of leafy greens like lettuce and rocket. You can roast/steam vegetables as a side dish for dinner - stuff like Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and green beans among others.
tl;dr eat more fibre
Who's that guy, what's his name?
Is he cool, is he lame?
Oh you're talking 'bout what'shisname
Hey /ck/! It's me again, bringing you a brand spankin' new chart! I want to hear your opinions on this. But remember, the top's the tops for a reason and to upset the balance would be to go against the natural order. So let's have it!
first time ever making this..hows it look? any tips?
I can get someone doing food reviews, but does he ever eat any home cooked food?
How old is he?
Is this all a Tim and Eric style thing and he has done an amazing job pulling it off walking the fine line of normal and absurdist humor?
just fuck my diet up
Why arent you consuming 3+ tablespoons of coconut oil daily? It can mitigate hunger cravings and end every ailment known to man and you gain massive amounts of energy during the day.. and it makes your skin and hair shinier etc
The high saturated fat in coconut oil is unique its called MEDIUM CHAIN TRIGLYCERIDES and from what I understand, the body doesnt store as much of it in your fat storage but uses it as a quick energy source and burned up rapidly
Also because its so damn fulfilling you will consume less food and less calories throughout the day because you feel so fucking full
Right now im literally eating close to 10 tablespoons a day I havnt noticed any rapid weight gain it makes you feel good you really got to try it before you knock it
I'm about to purchase a cast iron skillet and I'm reading you need to season the surface with an oil to build up a non stick. How did you guys go about doing this for the first time? And what type of oil did you use?
If you're buying, for example, a Lodge cast iron skillet in the U.S., then it will come pre-seasoned. When people say you need to season it, they are misinformed. But there is still a grain of truth. You want to kind of "nurture" the seasoning, and cook foods that will improve it over time. Any kind of frying will do the trick.
I have two skillets. One I use outdoors on the grill, and the other indoors. For the indoor skillet, I scrape out any food with a spatula, and wipe it clean with a paper...
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Is In-N-Out a meme?
>be me, decided to go to
newish BBQ place in central MA
>pic related is 2
slices brisket, cornbread made on a sheet tray, "cucumber salad", and normal mashed taters
without me saying the price, what would /ck pay for this? I feel I got hosed
What are /ck/'s opinions on onigiri? What do you like yours to be filled with?
My opinion is jesus fuck why are these so hard to make they should be easy but they never fail to make me feel like an infant.
Smoked salmon and Umeboshi are the best flavors. get that smokey and that sour.
Im at BBQ Express in bradford, AMA
Post /ck/ pet peeves
>restaurant cooks meat in a big ball instead of a flat patty
>basically have to unhinge jaw to eat it properly, center of the burger often cold
itt this thread, post some of your favourite ingredients
>People that sit while they cook