I use 1 part whole rye, one part whole wheat, 1 part white wheat, salt, sourdough starter, and some sunflower seeds. Smells and tastes great.
Preheating the oven now.
The starter and whole flours have been resting for a night. Then I put some starter on the side and mixed in the rest, formed a loaf, and let it proof another 2 hours. The pizza stone should be just about hot now. I always run the oven on max which reads 250°C/480°F. 30 minutes should do it but I go by crust.
What so you do to keep your oven humid?
Usually I put a sheet pan in the bottom of the oven as it preheats and then pour a cup or two of water onto it when I put the loaf in. Is there a better way?
I just use an oven tray with boiling water, 2 cups won't do.
Reminder that the human body has not evolved to eat carbs and all of you self proclaimed "chefs" are fucking stupid and have no actual idea of food.
>tfw will never experience the joy of a such a deal
do you guys think mcdonalds kinda knows that the kind of people who will order this shit are the kind of people who will eat the entire thing in one sitting?
like i used to work at walmart for a few months and i noticed that a lot of people buying birthday cakes late at night with no decorations were fat as fuck so i suspected they were going to eat it all themselves.
No story with this one: KFC Original Recipe thigh and drumstick, chips, potato and gravy, and coleslaw.
What are your favorite toppings/condiments on a hotdog /ck/?
I really like coney dogs and NY system hot wieners, and my all time stand by has always been mustard, sauerkraut, relish, and onions.
That said, I unironically, 100% honestly love Chicago hot dogs with all the trimmings. I know they seem stupidly over loaded, but it's a really great combination of flavors and textures that really elevates the simple hot dog.
Cheapest meals thread?
Post some cheap, nice tasting recipes, especially if they're your own creation!
I like to make instant chicken noodles and then at the end melt loads of cheese into them, delicous and sticky as FUCK
So its my birthday soon, any suggestions on what and where to eat?
Is someone flying you anywhere you want to go in the world and giving you an unlimited food budget, or are you going to say where you're from so that someone might be able to give you helpful suggestions?
How do you non-Canadians live without real pure maple syrup?
Without it breakfast just isn't worth eating, maple syrup goes with everything.
And even fucking milk.
How do you cope?
You shouldn't have a whole bunch of sugar for breakfast.
(You shouldn't have it at all, really.)
>europeans actually put food waste in the trash so it can fester and stink rather than just flushing it down the sink
>non europeans don't know what a compost bin is so they act smug even after their sinks clog and terrible smells start coming from their kitchens due to rotting food gumming up a mediocre waste disposal process
Post your best recipes for Macaroni and cheese
It's noodles and bechamel sauce do you really need a recipe? You can add all sorts of stuff to it and it's fine. I like sweating some onions and bacon before mixing the noodles and sauce but that's not groundbreaking
Food handicap thread? Post foods you can't eat for fucking stupid reasons.
>mfw for some fucked up reason I can't eat most forms of egg or foods with lots of egg in them without feeling like throwing up or having my throat itch like crazy
>mfw I can only eat hard boiled egg
>mfw I've never eaten a good omelet or poached egg and the thought of dippy eggs makes me sick
And it's all probably because my grandma gave me egg at 2 months old.
>Exposure, plain and simple. Scientists tell us that aversions fade away when we eat moderate doses of the hated foods at moderate intervals, especially if the food is complex and new to us. (Don't try this with allergies, but don't cheat either: few of us have genuine food allergies.) Exposure works by overcoming our innate neophobia, the omnivore's fear of new foods that balances the biological urge to explore for them. Did you know that babies who are breast-fed will later have less trouble with novel foods than those who are given formula?...
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Going on a picnic date with a classmate in two days, what should I make? Going to the museum with him first, currently winter as well.
Use Maggie Würze
What is the appeal of "cultured" cottage cheese?