What are some good vegetarian recipes?
>vegetarian not vegan so dairy, eggs, & honey is ok
You know what my reese's cups were missing? A ton more shitty food coloring along with tiny rocks that taste like ash. Fucking hell, nestle.
>Nobody's forcing you to buy those.
Y-yeah, that'd be crazy, heh...
Things that you would never let your own child eat.
I know we have threads like these quite frequently but I find them helpful.
As of this Saturday I will be 100% responsible for buying and cooking my own food. I'd greatly appreciate any tips/advice on eating healthily whilst spending as little as possible. My definition of healthy might be different to yours.
I basically plan to buy lots of
>oats (steelcut and rolled)
>dried lentils and chickpeas
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I'd suggest cottage cheese over yogurt unless you're getting greek yogurt (and even then I personally like cottage more).
Utilize freezer space well and buy in bulk. The $15 Family Pack of ground beef is cheaper than a 1lb pack based on price per pound, you can divide it up into ziploc bags in 1 lb sets.
There is nothing wrong with frozen vegetables over fresh if you want to cut down on cost; they also (obviously) store much better. However avoid buying frozen seafood; I've found the only types that don't come out shitty are Swai and Shrimp (haven't had tilapia ever so I cannot comment on that).
Throw in some whole wheat pasta and fruits (in season).
Remember you can cook in bulk and freeze also. A pork shoulder is about 8-10 lbs; slow cook it overnight in the oven and freeze it in ziplocs; do the same with a whole chicken and freeze it as well. I mix them together in 1lb sets and when I'm in the mood for something I don't have to work too hard on I let it thaw and reheat it with onions, garlic, whatever spices I need and steamed veggies.
I'd also suggest having about 3 each of chicken broth, vegetable broth (low sodium for all) and various types of canned tomatoes (crushed, chopped, puree).
In terms of a price to substance ratio, spices will be the most expensive thing you buy; over the next few months you will have a decent collection and know what you need.
Is this the most pure gastro fast food ever invented?
i unironic enjoy baconator so i agree p gastro
i get them plain (bacona nd cheese only) and then i sprinkle my own Tony Chachere's spice that i keep in the car
because i don't like sauce or lettuce or tomatos on my burgers, i think the taste + texture of the vegetables interferes with the greese burger mouthfeel
thanks for reading
wut da fug
They've taken two foods that they know neets love, and combined them into one.
The only flaw in their plan is that the neets aren't going to crawl out of their basements to go out an buy them.
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Just rearanged my meat freezer to make room. I was in the process of vacuum sealing a bunch good meat I got on sale, but the power went out,
I cleared the empty shelf to make room for 9 gallons of pasta sauce I'm cooking Friday.
How unhealthy are eggs?
you need cholesterol to build testosterone.
you wanna be high test, don't you?
Food confession threads
I didn't know how to eat a baked potato until I was the age of 23. I came from a very Asian family so I never came across it. I've heard of it before, but didn't really understand what to do with it or how to eat it. For example, I didn't know if you ate the peel and all and cut it in slices or not.
>cut it into slices
Now that's just autism, of course you could but why would it matter? You could eat pizza whole if you want. I get not knowing if the skin is edible but you are kinda silly.
Sorry for your misfortune OP.
Here, have 4 potatoes.
I've never had a Bánh mì, Pho, or anything Vietnamese before.
Has anyone ever passed some inaccurate information onto you? My father used to work in a factory before becoming a stay at home dad because my mother had a substantially better job.
This of course meant that he learned how to do most of the cooking by himself, two of the biggest bits of misinformation he told me were
>When you cook spaghetti you need to add oil, otherwise it will all stick together
This is bullshit since you can just rinse the starch off, but he's adamant that I'm full of shit.
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you're both dumb as shit, spaghetti doesn't stick together if it's oiled or not. try stirring it occasionally...
no comment on the frying part, just get the fuck off of ck.
>you need to rinse the starch off of spaghetti to stop it sticking
This is hardly ever a problem and only stops the delicious sauce from adhering.
>fried chicken tastes nice without breadcrumbs
I was told you could just use flour.
I don't remember which asshole told me these things, but I want to murder them.
Made some curry for my parents yesterday, does it look good?
Gonna dump some pics of shit I've made. Open to questions/criticism.
What's a good dish to practice/sharpen your knife skills?
Saw this in the store the other day for the first time and it may now be my favorite candy bar.
I like coconut here and there but I tried this and it was a 10/10 for me. Had the consistency of a 5th Avenue Bar which is another one of my favorite and in my opinion underrated candy bars.
If you like coconut definitely grab one if you see it. The coconut flavor isn't strong so even if you're not a huge fan of coconut you should give it a try.
Zero bar, payday, maple bun is the answer though
if i was in the mood for coconut i would just grab a twix
Dark chocolate bounty.
Way better than the cloyingly sweet normal version.