Is this health /ck/?
>coconut lime garlic pepper shricps
I saw this bomb recipe for Mexican Street Corn but I lost the image when I got a new laptop, does anyone have it? The recipe had cayenne pepper in it.
So why do you manchildren still drink soda?
is it right?
Which slice is toasted to YOUR perfection, /ck/?
lye or no lye?
Hey /ck/ I plan to in the future shop online to get some red Caviar, but I want to first know something about it, as I never had it before thanks to my local stores not selling it in my country.
Is buying red caviar ever worth the money to get as I have to pay a huge shipping cost via Fedex and I have to spend a good deal of money for such a international kind of food?
I'm not Oprah Winfrey, I don't have that kind of money to get that since I don't reside in the state of New York or have temporary residence in Russia, at the time I saw it for sale online, it was said to be perishable, and due to this, I had thought it wasn't worth it.
Did I do well /ck/?
How does this look?
Well there were carrots but I ate them cause those were soooooooooooooooo good. And I used a bit of salt. Chicken was cooked in butter cause I have no olive oil. It was really good and refreshing.
I got pork neck steaks , rice , potatoes and a store next door .I'm fed up only eating the steaks with some side dish like rice or potato salad.Give suggestion for some main course .
Why not do some grilling?
Hit the store next door and grab some veggies that you can grill.
Rub the pork with a mixture of equal parts brown sugar, paprika, and coarse salt. (or use your favorite BBQ rub). Wrap your veggies in foil with a little butter and seasoning inside, slap that stuff on the grill.
What is /ck/ opinion on honest tea?
Whats your favorite flavor?
Is it "fake tea?"
Look forward to hearing your response!
True, but what is the sugar content in authentic tea compared to Honest tea?
Quinoa, green beans, black beans, kidney beans, orange pepper, tomato, cucumber, edamame, tarragon, scallions, avocado, salt, pepper, oil and vinegar.
It was delicious!
How did these get so popular for a few years there? They used to be on all those commercials, and people raved about them. Yet they're demonstrably worse than onion rings, and that sauce they come with fucking blows.
I personally disliked it. Too smokey for my tastes. But it's possible that my opinion was colored by the fact that I drove like 30 minutes to try the onion because the commercials suckered me into it.
Hey guys. Long story short, I've got to dial back my spending for this month. How unhealthy would it be for me to eat cup noodles once a day (pic related specifically) for five days a week from Monday to Friday?
What is the healthiest diet in the world, /ck/, and why would it not be the GAPS/SCD/Paleo diet, i.e that by which man has evolved by which to be fuelled for almost the entirety of the time mankind has existed? We've only recently in such absurd abundance, eaten cheap, complex carbs like bread, pasta, processed foods and fuck me chemical pollutants, for at max a few thousand years. A few generations. All of whom have seen a vast increase in our immune systems going batshit and our mental health deteriorating too.
>16 years on this diet
>22 years as a drunk, heroin addict, crack addict, hardcore 'psychonaut'
>Ulcerative pancolitis; "treatment within 6 months is inevitable" said the docs. Went online, saw Dr N Mcbride, made appointment
>16 years later, still in remission as long as I don't deviate from her diet, not one bite.
>If i deviate EVEN BY ACCIDENT WITHOUT KNOWING IT, i get ill within 48hrs
>2 trillion micro-organisms in the adult human intestine, a handful are understood yet utterly integral to natural immunity
>This diet exclusively feeds the 'good' bacteria
>Bodily microflora acknowledged to be the 'next big thing' in medical research, just too complicated atm
>Liver function "ok", no scarring, no enlarging despite junkie
>Liver failure massively more common in countries where complex carbs are consumed in abundance
>"Incurable" diseases cured/remission to date: Ulcerative colitis, crohns disease, celiac disease, autism, dyslexia, depression, dyspraxia, ADD, ADHD, schizophrenia, and more by the fucking day
>Decade and a half of personal experience
>My gastroenterologist, a consultant doctor, says he finds it "highly intriguing and worthy of further research"
>millions of people now using it worldwide, global hype reaching fever pitch
>IT SIMPLY FUCKING WORKS
why aren't you using food as a medicine, /ck/?
what else could our ancestors have eaten but that which is freely available, growing in the wild, without need for being processed into something else before we eat it?
it's no coincidence that almost without exception, these are the things which happen to have the precise molecular structures which are allowed on the diets i mentioned. simple sugars, not complex carbs. almost exclusively. eat complex carbs in the abundance we do today? we're deviating from that which nature provides. to approximately...
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I don't put much thought into my diet but it certainly isn't paleo. I almost never get sick, and I think I'm a generally well-adjusted human bean.
I wonder if your drinking and drug doing might have had something to do with your butt bleeding problems.