As promised I finished my calculations for the mini mealwork farm.
What happened? Farming mealworms is inviable in the conditions presented in the literature. The government is keeping me down. Gonna cost more than buying meat at the supermarket. Authought my order is already made and I'll cook mealworms at least once in my life.
What's /ck/ brewing up?
It's a Noveltea to drink some Qualitea !
OP your post was cute and i like it. very wholesome content, 10/10
i'm not a big tea drinker but i'm trying to do the whole green tea in the morning thing. does anyone know what i can add to it to make it a little easier to drink besides honey/sugar? looking to spice it up a little
Why do white people prefer Ramen over this?
Why do faggots prefer Indomie Instant Noodles over god-tier noodles such as pic related?
I find those overrated although it's probably just the taste doesn't sit well with me.
My favourite type is only available in Australia afaik and I've never had anything that tastes similar to it.
is eating peanut shells bad for me
Just bought a tea infuser, recommend me some good loose tea that isn't too expensive pls
Harney and Sons is pretty solid and not expensive, and you should be able to find it at some grocers, more likely boutique grocers. Their English Breakfast and Paris teas are very good, and the Earl Grey is good.
There are lots of good vendors online. Canton sells excellent black teas that aren't too expensive.
What sort of chopsticks do you prefer in your everyday life? Round or polygonal?
This candy must gain worldwide recognition.
Those are the last things i thought i would see clicking on this subreddit. They were my absolute favorite, the blacks ones especially. they are cheap candy i didn't think people from other places would have them. I am from the UAE.
At how many watts per minute does water boil in the microwave?
Heat of vaporization of water is 2257 J/gram. If you want to evaporate 1g/second of water, you need 2257 watts. If you want to evaporate 100g of water, you will need 22,570 Joules. If you have a 1000W microwave, that will take roughly 22.57 seconds, not including the time it takes to heat the water up to 100C, or any inefficiencies in your microwave.
Okay /ck/, let's make a fucking casserole that's cheap, delicious, and cheap per serving.
Let's start with boiling some Penne noodles. 1.75 lbs of Penne noodles, which you bought for $1.50.
(I'm a Canuck, so my bucks may not go as far as yours. Sorry)
So here's the rest of your ingredients:
>3x 80grams of Parmesian ($1.00 each)
>1/2 block of Old Cheddar ($2.50)
>Store-brand pasta sauce ($1.25)
This brings our total to $8.25, with taxes bringing it to maybe $9.50 or so. We'll be using some basic spices later on, but all in all the grand total for the masterpiece-to-be should be less than $10.
Switch to a bigger pot because you realized that shit was going to boil over like a motherfucker.
Aight /ck/, I got a challenge for you.
For a school project, a friend has to make an entree, cost to create less than 2 dollars, starring endive.
I didn't even know what that shit was (uncultered swine, etc).
What in gods name do I do with this shit?
Help me /ck/ you're my only hope!
Nigga you can't even buy the endive for two dollars, what planet are you from?
Anyway endive and blue cheese is a classic combo. Start there and figure out what foods cost at least negative seven dollars to cover the 3 leaves of endive and fragments of blue cheese
I drink diet soda ever since I went on a diet many years ago. I've gotten used to the taste and prefer it over regular sodas now.
Diet coke is my go to, diet Dr Pepper if they have it, doesn't matter.
Is this necessary for cooking burgers?
Picked up a box of this today while I was traveling out of state for work
I remember having the Dr. Oetker Supreme Dark Mousse once a long time ago and remember it being really good
I dont know if the non-supreme version is any different, but I was wondering if anyone has any tips to make an instant mousse mix even better
I was thinking about adding in french ganche instead of just the powder chocolate
Dr. Oetker Dark Chocolate Truffle Supreme Mousse Mix, 3.1 oz (Pack of 12)
Ingredients: Sugar, Cocoa (Processed With Alkali), Palm Kernel Oil, Corn And Wheat Syrup Solids, Dextrose, Modified Corn Starch, Gelatin, Palm Oil, Sodium Caseinate (Milk), Caramel Color, Carrageenan, Salt, Tocopherols, Dipotassium Phosphate, Mono And Diglycerides, Lactylic Ester of Fatty Acids, Acetylated Tartaric Acid Esters of Mono And Diglycerides, Red 40, Sulfur Dioxide (A Preservative).
Ingredients: Sugar, Cocoa, Oil, Dextrose, Corn Starch, Gelatin, Milk, Caramel Color, Carrageenan, Salt, (Cream of Tartar)?
Use a tiny bit of Dextrose / Honey / HFCS (inhibits cristallisation of sugar)
On the other hand:
3/4 cup chilled heavy cream, divided
4 large egg yolks
1/4 cup espresso or strong coffee, room temperature
3 tablespoons sugar, divided
1/8 teaspoon kosher salt
6 ounces semisweet chocolate (60-72% cacao), chopped
2 large egg whites
Ingredients: heavy cream, egg yolk, egg white, espresso, sugar, salt, semisweet chocolate
I'd say screw instant mixes. (All that stuff just to avoid using cream, egg and "eal chocolate ).
(With chocolate the choice is between baking chocolate made with cocoa butter as fat and other types. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Types_of_chocolate )
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