>put the kosher salt in the fucking bag
>yfw this shit is getting a general release in July
>ranch on pizza
I only just starting drinking seltzer. I can't believe how good this stuff is, and it doesn't make me feel slightly ill or on-edge like some diet sodas do.
What are your favorite brands and flavors? I really love Polar, especially their raspberry-lime and champagne strawberry. I had some great watermelon-cucumber from Arrowhead. I'm interested in trying coconut from whichever brand, I've seen it from La Croix but I'd want to try out a single bottle/can before committing to a whole 6 pack.
I'm only replacing my usual sodas with it, but I appreciate the warning.
Does anyone make their own flavored seltzers at home? I always wonder at how they distill the flavors from the sugars and other nutrients.
look what I made /ck/
I invented chicken falafel! its fucking amazing. I made one batch with bread crumbs and one without, they're both awesome.
is there a real food like this?
>Popeyes 4.1 miles from my house
>Chick fil a 4.9 miles from my house
>Zaxby's 6.9 miles from my house
Hey /ck/ has anyone ever eaten here? It recently opened up near my college and It looks like a decent concept.
Yes, but I've only ever had their Red Vine, basically their margherita offering. I've never disliked it, it tastes good, it's fresh. You can go all Chipotle if you want. The pizza itself is pretty small and won't really fill you up though.
Are there any good pranks involving food?
Preferably nothing lethal.
What is your favorite brand of milk /ck/? Here's mine right here.
And no soy "milk" does not count as milk, it's soy juice.
What do you think of my bagel with lox and cream cheese, /ck/?
what are you planning for your christmas dinner? I still have no idea what I'm going to do
We will have 20 here. For our main meal We are making beef ribs and briskets, shrimp, baked potatoes with all fixins, Mac/cheese, pinto beans, salad, pies, cakes, and Booze.
Plenty of appetizers, and munch type foods to grub while we are making everything too.
So I have a question and I'm not sure if anyone can answer but googling didn't yield anything.
Why does bread in Asia taste like shit? I lived in Japan for 6 months and Korean for 2 years now, and nothing even comes close to bread I had in the UK/Europe/US.
It's always more dense, the crust is never crusty but chewy, it lacks flavour, doesn't toast well, and just generally awful.
Is it the flour? Is it the water? Does living in gookville change my palate in some way? What is it?
I've tried fast food, pizza, all the way up...
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Their bread culture comes from missionaries, tempura is the same batter recipe for Jesus wafers.
Also, I like their bread, it's thick and chewy. Good for making stuffed sandwiches, not good for much else.
way to generalize, cocksucker. Vietnamese bread is baller. I'd guess that most the Japanese/Korean is probably some bagged shit from a convience store.
It's probably because they haven't mastered the techniques that western culture has since we've been gnoshing on bread for thousands of years or sumthin
Paneer. Any of my fellow co/ck/s want to share their favorite ways to use this stuff? Doesn't have to be an Indian dish.
Which one should I have?
Making both is too much of a pain in the ass.