i'm an idiot and when i went shopping I didnt put the breasts individual bags.
I just want one but they are all frozen together
what do i do
So /ck/ the time has come for the health kick I have been putting off.
Need some Ideas for healthy snacks/lunch to take to work.
No mega expensive shit, not a poorfag, but I probably have some jew in me somewhere.
Been thinking along the lines of couscous salads (one tub, easy as fuck to make), but I can only really eat it when heavily flavoured.
What do you guys take to work?
Pic semi related, kind of stuff I will end up taking because I am lazy and unimaginative.
a serving of couscous is about 20% of your daily cals, so a tin of tuna mixed with some lemon and herb couscous would be about 26%.
Its filling and really quick and easy. You could replace the couscous with canned chickpeas for around half the calories, and they can be flavoured in a huge variety of ways. Add a little fresh spinach leaves and its pretty good.
Thats the problem with healthy eating/ weightloss. As much as people say its tasty, it is a trade off, an alternative to the tastier foods.
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Also beef jerky, not the honey barbeque glaze type stuff the original ones, is relatively low calorie and really high in protein.
non-fat greek yoghurt is really low cal and ridiculously high protein and so is quark and icelandic yoghurt.
that isn't lazy at all.
i pretty much eat a PB sandwich at work every day.
sometimes leftovers. i don't know who can be bothered to actually cook lunch though.
i'd much rather put that effort into dinner, then relax and enjoy it.
What do you like to put in your fried rice /ck/?
I usually put 1-1.5 chicken breasts, an onion, peppers, eggs, sometimes carrots or celery in there as well as soy/teriyaki sauces.
I've been making it a lot recently. It's cheap, easy, quick, it also lasts a long time and If I cook 2 cups of rice + veggies and meat It can last me 4-5 days of lunch and dinner.
Meals that you like but your wife doesn't like.
liver and onions
tasty my friend, very tasty
I suppose it's what I get for marrying a posh North London girl
Which is the best vegetable? Please debate below.
Of course I mean culinary vegetable, so things like tomatoes are fair game.
May the best vegetable win
Did something happen with the 2014 pinot noir? I used to like this stuff but this bottle smells like it was poured over a new oak floor.
Do you prefer to drink from can or bottle? i prefer can. Of course that you can close and open the bottle as many times as you want, but cans are superior(? Bottles gives a cheap ass taste to the drink.
What's the verdict, /ck/? I was going to pick up a couple of these for lunch today.
The Classic dogg is pretty okay. The Chili Cheese one is disappointing, worse than Weinerschnitzels. Try both though.
You are forced to eat from the menu of one of these three pizza chains for the rest of your life.
Which one do you choose?
I want to make burgers
I have 2 quarter pound burgers
Should I put them under a grill, or shallow fry/oven? If shallow fry then oven, how long do I fry for, at low medium or high, and how long oven at wht temp?
I want to melt the cheese onto the burgers also, and will toast the inside of the buns
anyhting else you would suggest?
Literally do none of the things you've just suggested. Sear the patties in a really hot pan with just a little bit of oil, couple minutes on each side. After you flip them put a slice of cheese on each patty. Stack one on top of the other and set aside. Then put the bun cut-side down in the residual beef fat and toast until it's golden-brown. Add lettuce, tomato, onion, and ketchup.
can anybody explain tea to me?
it's literally leaves that make hot water bitter flavoured
My milk routinely goes sour a week before the best by date. What the fuck is this shit?
I hardly ever shop at WMT, I usually go to HEB and get their store brand, but same thing. Do I have to get the expensive ($1.50 more) milk to avoid this or something? I didn't think quality/shelf life varied so much between brands.
Is BBQ Pit Boys /ck/ approved? Their recipes look pretty great.
Do you purchase produce grown in China?
I've been avoiding it, because when I think of China I think of pollution and poor sanitation, but there are a lot of herbs and vegetables that just aren't sold in regular grocery stores, meaning Chinatown is the only option.
>canned water chestnuts
I do miss the asian pears though
Generally pollution is in the cities, and farms are generally not in cities, if that makes you feel better. And things in Chinatown aren't always from China (especially vegetables that would not survive the journey by boat). You should probably not worry about this unless your standards are very high, i.e. you buy organic veg all of the time.
Its midnight and I want to eat some meat right now but all I have is chuck steak. How can I make it good?