Bread is just a processed vegetable, isn't it
Are we consuming too much sugar in our daily lives?
Just wondering, does /ck/ have any charts?
I really like the charts from /lit/ and /a/ I'd like to have some /ck/ charts.
Soy milk or lactose-free milk?
I drink at least a gallon of soda a day, sometimes as much as three. Obviously this is expensive, how long would a soda fountain take to pay for itself? I can afford a couple thousand dollars so long as it saves money long term.
Nice bait thread, I'll make popcorn while we wait for 7 people to yell at you to drink water, and then the thread dies.
How do you cook your fish?
I've been catching alot of fresh fish lately and i've just been rolling them in flour, salt and pepper, either cut into fillets and wings or just whole. Whole is better imo
I've heard of baking them with lemon and whatnot, but it seems kind of bland
you are going to need to employ both broiling and steaming to introduce flavor to the meat and skin. use of acids will also help cook without having to throw it into a stew. you can experiment by alternating between both steaming and broiling multiple times and youll notice it develops in some way every time, similarly to frying multiple times
Hello /ck/ it's the first time me posting in this thread and I'm currently hospitalized. Probably gonna leave in 2 days and I haven't eaten for almost a week. What should I get myself to eat after I get out of this hellhole?
Pic taken from hospital window... Got atleast a nice view I guess
Or what would you get yourself to eat if you hadn't eaten properly for a week?
1 large meat lovers pizza, and a dozen chicken wings. Eat it all in one sitting.
I do this once every two months. I eat barely anything that week, and when friday night hits, grab a large pizza and a box of wings from local pizza shop, and eat it all while watching movies, and drinking copious amounts of beer
>no hot sauce thread
perforated bottom round steak
I forgot, there's a little bacon too
I cooked it first
French Kababi :)
What does /ck/ think? I just ordered some to give it a taste. I'll know in a week or 2.
so how do you guys make beef jerky? I personally love this method. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDESuffIWxQ
I mean this guy is great at most stuff anyways but i think he cooks jerky just right.
Who here has or uses the ninja coffee bar. I recently bought it after my keurig I'm assuming had loose grounds clog up reducing the amount of coffee received by 1-2 ounces or 20% on any other size. Real good cup of coffee and it comes with a milk frother.