So if money wasn't an issue (right?), what would you keep in your kitchen?
skip to 12:25 isn't Indian cooking great!
Looks relatively clean apart from the newspapers and mouse. All the cakes I've had in China were similar to this, mostly horrible fake cream with some piss poor sponge buried away. They look ok I guess.
>ITT: GOAT snacks
Oh, dont mind me, im here just being the best dish ever made.
Hey cu/ck/s my family wants to try out Buffalo Wild Wings and I'd like to know what you would consider to be some of their better menu items.
What is the best beverage, and why is it milk?
What are some things I can make in a rice cooker?
any good sources on cucina povera?
Only occasional /ck/er here. Quick question.
I'm trying to integrate Quark into my diet because it's cheap and high quality protein, but shit's boring as fuck.
I had this idea. What if I blend it with some milk and bananas + strawberries and freeze it. What kind of consistency would I get, would it be like ice cream, or will it be like a solid firm block?
I've never made ice cream before, so if someone who has can help me out here, would be nice. All I have on hand is a stick blender, if that matters.
Also if you have any other ideas how I can make this Quark palatable, I would greatly appreciate it.
It would be a firm block, because of the way the ice crystals form when it freezes while still. You can either use an ice cream machine to make it soft, or you can spend the day stirring it while it freezes.
Stir every 5 minutes or so, and make sure to scrape the edges. It won't be as soft as ice cream, but it should improve the consistency significantly.
> spend hours researching $10 dry goods containers by browsing multi-million dollar kitchens and comparing the aesthetics
Who else does dumb shit like this?
I honestly get annoyed with people who don't do at least some slightly less autistic version of this (I'm right up there with you, OP), and just buy whatever junk that they're going to have to use and look at every single day without giving it another thought.
The worst is in movies where people are making a wedding registry at Crate and Barrel or whatever generic, overpriced store, and they're just scanning shit on a whim.
This is supposed to be the stuff you're starting you're new life with and it's like you could care less!
Yep. What's the fucking point of buying something if it looks terrible - it'll piss me off whenever I look at it and then I'll feel bad for wanting to donate it and buy new ones.
I research every single purchase for my home. I compare online, go to multiple stores, and wait until I find exactly what I want. Fuck discoordination. FUCK IT.
Is that shit about your body going into "starvation mode" and holding onto fat when you stop eating real or just a Fat Lives Matter meme to keep people eating? I know it's not a good idea to not eat, but you will lose weight if you do, right?
Honestly I've heard the opposite.
I have a friend who does a fasting diet where he eats normally (around 2500 calories) for 5 days a week and then only 400 calories for two days a week. It's working well for him.
ITT: /ck/ related Youtubers that worth it.
What is the preferred cheap/macro beer that is acceptable for decent, middle class, mid twenties white people?
I ask because I am hosting a party and want to appeal to this demographic.
I know that's it's definitely not something like natural light. I was thinking Miller, maybe?
What do you get for parties?
Depends on the setting, If i were you just have a cooler with Coors-light, Budlight, Miller Highlife and get a case of Mikes Hard lemonade for the ladies.
I'm making homemade chocolate from scratch, what are you doing on this fine Saturday?
I think I will do it for around a day. It's already very good, but t will just keep getting better. My beans are getting a bit old though, bought them a year ago, can't taste any difference but I think I need to empty my stash. Currently making a kilogram in this batch.
What happens if you leave it in the microwave too long?
Does the bag explode?
If you've ever had a single piece of burnt popcorn, congratulations: you know what happens when you leave it in the microwave too long.
And on a semi-related note: when popping popcorn the old fashioned old fashioned way (yes, I meant to say it twice) with a pop and a lid, why don't I ever have a single burnt kernel? And why do I never have more than three unpopped ones? With the nukebox popcorn, there's always at least a dozen unpopped ones as well as a dozen burnt ones. Always.
I fucking hate microwave popcorn.