What should I do with a LOT of garlic ?
Any natural tips for getting this stuff out of your body? I switched to a non-fluoride toothpaste and only drinking reverse osmosis filtered water a couple years ago, but I still get minimal fluoride from showering and non-organic crops.
I feel much smarter (grades have improved, my memory is incredible now) and have a lot more energy.
I'd like to be fully free of this poison in my body, though. I've heard things like borox, sulfur, wheat grass, apple cider vinegar, etc. all work, as well as just a healthy, organic diet. Share some tips for fluoride detox...
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Why is it so hard to get food stamps? I was rejected the first time even though I didnt have a job and live with my parents. Maybe its just my town that im in, but ive noticed unless you are a single mom in their late teens- early 20's its pretty damn difficult.
>live with my parents
That's why, dingus. They take into account the combined income of your household. Generally even if you pay rent they'll take your family into account.
It doesn't have anything to do with you being a guy or your skin color or how many kids you have (just based on you having kids) or whatever. It's all household size, income, dependents. They have a chart and if you don't fit the numbers on the chart, then you don't get food stamps.
My parents are exactly rich, dad doesn't work due to health problems and collects social security and they don't give me any money at all. Together they probably make less than 50K a year I just thought it would be nice to have some food stamps so I can eat the way I want once in a while.
So I live in an apartment full of old people that dont eat chipotle, but everyone got one of these coupons. Got 16 of the things just from going into the mail room recycling.
Would chipotle care if i keep using them like once every other day?
I think the rule is one per person, per visit.
Also, do you live an an apartment or a 'facility' of sorts that's marketed to old people? I've read about younger people choosing to live in those places since it's quiet and safe while also being at a decent price.
heston is autistic right? like i'm 99% sure he is
How often do you eat a BLT?
So how does one achieve an even black seasoning? I've tried a few times and it always comes out mahogany and splotchy. I use flaxseed oil, apply a bare amount, spread it around with paper towel, then buff it with a clean paper towel. Oven at 500 or so for an hour or two and then I just let it cool down in the oven. What am I doing wrong? Too little oil? Not evenly spread enough? Temperature/time issues?
I'm at a loss.
Too much oil. Turn the pan upside down when you put it in the oven. Wipe it out again after it's been in for 15 minutes. You're on the right track. Don't forget you'll probably need to do it 2 or 3 times as well.
I've done 5 or so coats on this pan and its still pretty similar (lighting makes it look more black than it actually is). Forgot to mention, but pan is always upside down during seasoning.
Honest question, to anyone here who thinks McDonald's and other fast food is "unhealthy": Why?
A McDonald's burger is just ground beef, bread, vegetables, and processed cheese. If you buy ground beef, buns, lettuce, pickles, and Kraft cheese at the grocery store, and made it into a burger, you would literally be eating all the same ingredients. Yet everyone acts like eating McDonald's will give you cancer. Why?
Once I went to McDonalds and had to use the bathroom.
It was a mess so I hovered above the bowl and let rip.
Specks of fecal matter went all over the toilet cistern. I felt so bad for the cleaner.
I think it's because of the amount of chemicals and preservatives McDonalds food contains.
Drinking vodka and cooking scallops. What's everbody else doing?
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For the rest of your life, you can only cook with
3 meats, 3 carbs, 3 greens, 3 spices, and 3 fats (e.g., olive oil, butter.)
What do you choose?
Pork, beef and chicken
Rice, wheat and corn
Onions, celery and carrots (I'm assuming you mean vegetables)
Pepper, cumin and garlic powder
Butter, olive oil and lard.
Hello fellow co/ck/s. I'm looking to make some macarons that taste like/recall apple pie for a friend on his birthday because I'm a tremendous faggot, and I am wondering how I should go about doing this.
I am reasonably proficient at consistently making good shells, but have never tried flavored shells. Would plain shells and a flavorful filling do the trick? And speaking of filling, my first idea would be a cinnamon buttercream frosting (perhaps with traces of other spices) surrounding a center of apple compote. Is this a shitty idea?
I would think so, since to the best of my knowledge sort of the whole point is that they're made from meringue and almond meal. There might be a way to make them taste like crust, but I wouldn't know how to do it.
Hows everyone holding up?
Got a quick wonder for you /ck/ians. Or whatever y'all call yourselves.
Have you ever tried mixing in Taco Bell sauce packets into your spaghetti sauce?
I just ask cause I keep a few packets of Hot and Fire sauce around to mix into steamed rice so it's not so bland tasting. Which I eat a lot of cause it's cheap and easy to cook.
But I'm wondering now how it'd taste in spaghetti, or if you could even taste a single packet's worth of the stuff in a typical American sized making of spaghetti.
Surely I can't be the first...
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That sounds foul. Just make aglio olio and peperoncino. (Olive oil, garlic and chilli peppers)
Add tinned anchovies to the sauce and breadcrumbs for epic win.
Whole thing will cost you like 5 dollars
Do high quality chain fast food restaurant exist?