This is probably going to sound stupid.
since it is a petty fear/anxiety
but to make it short I want to start a more pesecetarian diet, but I have never bought fish on my own before.
Do you have to get it in certain sizes?
or can I just be like "I want 3 6 once pieces of salmon."?
Is there usually a way to know what they have? or do you have to ask?
I get kinda nervous about social situations especially ones I am inexperienced in. It's been one of the main things from keeping me going shopping.
any help would be appreciated
-some autistic fag
Go to the fish counter.
Look at what they have.
Tell the person behind the counter that you want X amount of Y.
They will weigh it out, wrap it up and hand it to you.
Say "Thank you." and if the person at the counter tells you to have a nice day you say "You too."
It's late at night and I'm hungry. Which do I make?
You know, I hate shit posting, and I'm sorry guys, but this is probably a shit post. Especially in /ck/... I'm gonna post a pretty good OC tomorrow so maybe this will make up for it.
How does beer get you so drunk? It's like 5% alcohol, but if I have like 7-8 I have a good buzz rolling. But, if I drink hard liqueur that's like 70 proof, even after a few shots I don't feel anything.
Is it like a volume per alcohol ratio? I think this needs some serious discussion, especially since we have so many drunks on /ck/.
I was thinking about this the other day in regards to wine. Wine is 12-15%, but I can kill a bottle by myself no problem. I won't even be tipsy. Is it the carbonation in the beer that makes you get drunk quicker? I've heard this about champagne, but I don't know. I don't buy it. Interesting to think about.
On another subject I was thinking about this; if you're not able to digest corn, how are there nutrition facts on the can. BTW I don't fuck with canned corn. It was just an observation.
What are some great recipes that use feta?
I came across about 3 pounds of it for free and have only made Greek eggplant stew.
I have stewed up
>1-1.5 pounds of ground beef or turkey
>half cup olive oil
>two chunked eggplants
>two chunked zucchini
>two chunked squash
>4 cloves of garlic
>1 whole yellow onion
>3 cup chicken broth
>half pound of feta
>tbsp red pepper flakes
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What dish is a good indication of cooking competence
A proper medium rare steak? Omelet?
Underagefag here, and even though I'm more than capable of obtaining alcohol, I'm really into DIY stuff. I figured it'd be fun to grab my gf and start a home brewery/winery. I know there are online guides, but does anyone have any particular good drinks to start with? I'm into sake, mead, or maybe a strong beer.
Anyone have any stories, for better or worse?
What's your favourite fruit, and why is it olives?
so /ck/ I'm trying to improve my packed lunches for work considering my lazy ass usually sticks to sandwiches. I tried making onigiri yesterday and it was surprisingly easy so I'm gonna start using them in my lunches. So what's your go to lunch that you make? Bonus points for rice based
My brother always makes them when he's in town with natto cores
Rice and Beans can be awesome and healthy a day after when the flavors marry
Try making yourself a bento box
Could be pretty awesome lunch
Best Wishes in Good eating OP
hey /ck/, which is better in terms of energy efficiency and general baking/cookery, a gas oven or an electric oven?
Not as common as electric ones, but they're pretty cool.
I've only ever used cheap uncalibrated ancient electric ones myself. A gas one once.
But something like OP or any convection oven will be better than a conventional. Regardless of heat source
What are great eats around Palm Beach County?
So far the only thing I have on the list are Publix Subs.
Bay Bay's Chicken & Waffles (I like the cornbread waffle with the 3 piece), El Perrado del Gordo (GET THE BURGER DUDE), Tacos al Carbon, Kabuki Sushi, Sushi Yama, Saito's, Bonefish Mac's, The Tiki on Singer Island, The Chickpea, One Kombucha, Relish, Wing Stop, Sal's Pizza, DePetro's Pizza, Hullaballoo.
I can't shit anymore without using something called miralax.
I know this is a gut bacteria problem. I eat whole foods, junk food is a very rare occasion. Any suggestions?
Traditional European Cuisine
>Beat eggs heavily to create a light, foamy batter, cook at high temperature without opening the oven to create a flaky crust, just sear the meat in the pan so that only a little bit of pink remains, grill the vegetables while retaining a little bit of the hardness, cook the pasta al dente, slightly raw enough to be hard on the teeth
Traditional British Cuisine
>THROW ALL THE SHIT IN A PAN LETS SEE WHAT HAPPEN INNIT
Higher end British cuisine before WWII mostly consisted of French-inspired dishes using the same techniques as French chefs. Commoner food was certainly a lot less prestigious, but so was commoner French food.
A traditional bit of English cookery would be spit-roasted meats that had been dry-aged, cut into thin slices and served with some type of sauce or gravy.
I would also argue that range of British baking and confection was second only to Germany up to WWI.