I have a question /ck/ about 100% apple juice
So we occasionally buy like a dozen of boxes, and I noticed something strange. After opening it, and drinking it straight away the juice tastes pretty bad. It's just really sour and not pleasing.
But! If you leave it in the fridge for a couple of days, it gets better. By the third day it is perfect, the taste is a lot richer, fuller, sweeter.
What is the reason behind this?
Im not sure.
I heard when it comes to wine some people leave it standing after opening it to let the air oxidize it or something.
Not sure if im correct on the term that I've used to describe it but im confident on the process as being an actual thing people do.
Maybe something similar happens with the apple juice.
I want to eat healthy, what is your favorite way to prepare vegetables?
Probably the first time I didn't completely fuck up an omelette.
Protips to not fuck it up: high heat, loads of butter.
What are some food things you do that others might consider elitist?
For example, I go out of my way to get organic eggs from farmers markets, I swear they taste infinitely better.
I go straight to the farmer for my beef and chicken. Refuse to purchase stuff from the store. Partly because it's economical to buy in bulk, partly because I prefer to support local business, and partly because it's a superior product.
With so many methods of drinking coffee/ making coffee why overlook one of the easiest methods. Anyways does anyone here like or drink instant coffee?
What does /co/ have for breakfast?
Ribs smoked for 6 hours today using the 3-2-1 method. Rubbed in some KC style sweet/hot rub. 3 hours smoke on weber kettle, 2 hours wrapped in foil with a little butter and brown sugar, 1 hour back on without the foil and last 20 minutes baste in bbq sauce. more pics to come
Pic related. Awesome breakfast and great hash brown casserole
Been having health problems as of late and don't want cancer, so I'm gonna pretty much cut processed meat out of my diet. Problem is, I don't know what to put in my breakfast omelette now.
What healthy meat do you suggest in an omelette? Never really thought chicken breast combined well with eggs...
Let's talk about meat pies, as I'm going to make one tonight. I'm going with frozen pie crust, so that's not the concern. I'm planning on doing 1lb beef, 1lb pork, and an onion. I'm worried the filling will come out 'thin' though, like where it would fall out of the crust. Should I thicken it with a roux or an egg? What else can I add to my pie?
If you want to thicken up a meat pie add potatoes. Mashed or grated will do. Keep adding it to the hot meat mixture until it's still just a little bit runny and it should be fine after you take the pie out.
Join me for lunch, /ck/?
R8 my breakfast, /ck/
> inb4 What's the orange thing?
It's homemade breakfast sausage with some cheese melted over it.
I have $10 for food for the rest of the month, what items should i get that will help me not starve to death.
When's the last time you ate a grapefruit?
I just had one for the first time in probably more than a decade, and it was delicious.
We used to have them in the house all the time growing up, back when people thought they were some kind of diet food (and then dumped half a dozen spoons of sugar on top). I always see them in the grocery store, but it doesn't seem like anyone actually eats them anymore.
No need for sugar or extra toppings; they're like a cheap, bastard younger brother to the blood orange.
So who here eats canned sardines?
Only 1$, ~16 grams of protein, ~45% drv calcium, ~21% drv iron, ~9% drv fiber, and best of all only 150 calories. It's like beef jerky only 6 times less expensive and lasts 3 years before expiration date is reached.
Also has that omega 3 shit I don't understand.