anyone else here addicted to these?
I eat a jar a day and drink the juice
...So i just had a wendys triple burger, large fries, large fanta, chili cheese nachos and a junior bacon. it was almost midnight and i ate it in my car in the parking lot, in the dark so that nobody judges me.
r8 my dinner btw.
i also saw there a neckbeard autist wearing a pokemon t-shirt... i was like this in my head " DUDE...WTF LOL...THATS SO OLD EVEN I'M OVER IT...U FROM 4CHAN?"
then i went home.
so r8 my experience.
I rate your post Needy as fuck/10 though.
What happened wasn't an experience worth sharing, it was normal.
I see the term ham planet used rather sparingly around these parts, and it got me to thinking what if there was an entire planet made of ham? If it was far away enough from the sun could it be kept preserved and also kept in orbit and serve as a food source? Could one day humanity make an actual planet of ham for harvesting?
Also have any of you ever tried making fried ham cubes before?
Who /soylent/ here?
I think it makes an excellent instant breakfast. Personally I don't have much of an appetite in the morning so it's a nice neutral drink to have before work.
For the record I eat plenty of other foods that aren't soylent. You'd have to be pretty eccentric to eat nothing else.
Anyone got a favorite hummus recipe to share?
I just tried making my own a little bit ago and it came out great:
-4 garlic cloves
-2 cans of chickpeas
-1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt
-1/3 cup tahini
-6 tablespoons lemon juice
-1 tablespoon of white wine vinegar
-2 tablespoons of liquid from the chickpeas
-hot sauce of choice
-a shit ton of red pepper flakes
-half a tablespoon of cumin
Alton Brown's recipe:
Two 15-ounce cans chickpeas (garbanzo beans) drained, liquid reserved
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt
1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
1/3 cup tahini, stirred well
5 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil, plus extra for service
Powdered sumac and/or smoked paprika to taste, optional
With all this Ja/ck/ hype around here, let's not forget that this exists:
> With only 7 ingredients or less
start cooking any kind of pasta
put garlic and onions in pan
add minced meat when thats the right color
now add diced tomatoes and passata, maybe a bit of pesto
Hello /ck/, I'm visiting family for Christmas and we are heading to cheddars for lunch. Recommend me something to get.
If it's not too late and you like buffalo tendies you should try the buffalo chicken wrap or just buffalo tender basket appetizer. They make their ranch in house and it's the best.
I got the ribeye last time and it was surprisingly good. Broccoli cheese casserole and a caesar with one of those croissants for the sides
I have a pound of ground turkey, what should I do with it to make it not so shit?
Fire box, ignite.
The Crossainwich is so good, best BK thing next to french toast sticks do theu still have those delicious bastards?
Thought this was kinda neat
It talks about how fruits and vegetables we eat today look and taste really different from the ones we ate hundreds of years ago.
Pretty nice little read if you're bored.
>dankest thing you've eaten in the last week
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