How do you eat these?
There's always one or twelve free spirits who give replies like, "however your heart tells you to," but really, how do you eat these?
Anyone else fucking love watching little old ladies cooking on youtube? I fucking love it.
does preferring to cook with chicken over beef make me less of a home cook?
what i mean is that beef has more cuts, as well as being able to be eaten without being cooked all the way. but i'm more likely to grab a chicken filet out of the freezer if i'm cooking for myself tonight. also no, protein/MUH GAINZ has nothing to do with it
>captcha: select all images of steak
What is wrong with gluten anyway?
but vegetables more so. 40% increase in colorectal cancer actually
but why is that?
well because in order to compensate for the lack of fatty acids the body takes in, it needs to make use of what you are putting in to it. The result is an inflammation response to vegetable oils which as we know
So, I noticed I have a jar of mayonnaise i my fridge and I don't want it to go to waste. What should I do with it?
I'm not that familiar with its uses, so what do you recommend?
What information should the /ck/ sticky contain?
>a highly intelligent gentleman who is picky about quality and value
>often looking for a delicious new lunch spot
>try Burger King on a whim
My friends I tell you, it was one of the best meals I have had this year. The crisp vegetables mixed with the moist and hot broiled burger. The cool soda, the hot and crunch fries, totally blown away.
I was able to get a value meal for $5.99 and they even complimented my shirt. They don't let black people touch your food and they also have ice cream.
Head on down to Burger King today and get yourself some good mood food. You won't regret it!!
i tried those like 2 months ago because i didn't know they brought them back, and they were the most disappointing thing i've ever had at burger king. dry, expensive for the amount you get, and doesn't taste like much on its own
What's your favourite kind of frozen veggies? How do you like to coock them?
I usually just throw them in a pan with olive oil and garlic and use some soy sauce or tabasco.
(I know i should get them fresh but i like to keep frozen as backup if i'm too busy)
frozen green beans. every day for months i would fry them in a pan with olive oil and garlic, add canned tomatoes, paprika, salt+pepper, lemon, then add some couscous and hot water to the pan and let it sit before eating. fucking delicious but im over it
Broccoli is pretty good. It may have been blanched, and you're probably going to cook it. This destroys heat sensitive myrosinase enzymes that turn heat stable glucoraphanin into the antioxidant sulforaphane which is also heat stable. You can bring its sulforaphane content back up to that of raw by eating it with some ground mustard seeds.
I just learned people microwave Bacon. Do you do this?
What's your favorite way to do steak? I'll usually season a tenderloin with salt and pepper, sear it for 3 minutes on each side, pop it in the oven for 4 minutes at 425F, then take it out and baste it with Dijon mustard and let it rest for about 5 minutes. Perfection.
Not a fan of Sirloin steak, without a good sauce, a flavoring or fat, it doesn't taste like much.
I like Ribeye steak the best. Flavorful, meaty, juicy. Best in the west like they say
How do I cook this? I don't have any curry roux, so I can't make the best curry in the world (Japanese).
I have no clue about pots or pans. Please link me to a good one or name one for the following
-fry pan or skillet, they are the same thing right?
-all purpose pot, for soups or things like chili
-some sort of oven safe pan, to transfer seared meats to the oven
Also maybe elaborate on the generally trusted brands for such things?
I've had these for a year now, they still aren't broke. Would recommend.
Do you guys really eat vegetables by themselves? I won't even touch them unless they're french fries or surrounded by meat, patty, and cheese.
>tfw you realize the "its good on anything!" meme was a marketing strategy by Huy Fong Foods
>tfw you finally try it and it's pretty good