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14352042 No.14352042 [Reply] [Original]

I've had nothing but water, green tea, and bone broth for 3 days ama



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14352035 No.14352035 [Reply] [Original]

>Makes your entire cooking "skills" worthless

>> No.14352036

>>14352035
Still need to prep beforehand
Which is most of the skill needed.

If you're trying to equate skill with setting a timer or correct temperature on an oven you're mistaken.



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14352026 No.14352026 [Reply] [Original]

What's your favorite food to eat at the fair?



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14351985 No.14351985 [Reply] [Original]

what's the krabby patty secret formula, keep in mind that the late stephen hillenberg was adamant that the burger contains no meat

>> No.14352015

>>14351985
Soy.

>> No.14352044

>>14351985
Plant plankton



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14351958 No.14351958 [Reply] [Original]

Anyone else love McDonald's Burritos? I assume they're horrible for me so I only have them now and again, but I love them

>> No.14351961

guilty pleasure

>> No.14352012

>>14351958
They're my favorite thing on the menu

>> No.14352034
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14352034

>>14351958
Breakfast wraps are a guilty pleasure regardless of where they are from

>> No.14352043

>>14351958
Get that picante sauce, kid



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14351941 No.14351941 [Reply] [Original]

What food do you prepare and eat to lose weight?

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>> No.14351966

i just reduced my meals to one a day and that really helped. first did a fat as fatass meal, then cut that to a regular one, then made that meal even less calories when i hit a weight loss plateau.

>> No.14351977

>>14351962
>>14351966
Imo going structured and scientific or eating 1 meme meal a day are unsustainable cyclical fattie behavior and won't give you a healthy relationship with food

>> No.14351994

>>14351962
P2

for more specific foods, still too lean mean like:

chicken breast
turkey breast and low fat ground turkey.
low fat ground beef.

try staying away from too many carbs, low carb diets make it easier to drop bodyfat % which is what most people mean when they want to lose weight. Healthy carbs like Sweet Potatoes, Brown Rice are relatively fine but I'd recommend staying away from pastas, white rice, and bread.

Stay away from junk food, processed treats such as donuts, cakes, cookies, don't drink soda, pretty much stay away from stuff with a high sugar content, that's one of the main causes of obesity.

Instead of carbs being your main filler use vegetables such as:

spinach
kale
broccoli
carrots
brussel sprouts
etc

steam, roast, pan fry with olive oil, makes salads and choice a low fat healthy dressing.

a very easy meal is baked chicken with a spinach salad.

take a chicken breast and rub it with olive oil then season with salt and pepper and put in a baking dish, add the juice from a lemon and freshly chopped rosemary and miced garlic on top then bake in the oven at 400 degrees until the temp reaches 160 degrees then take it out and let it rest for 10 mins.
for the salad just put a couple of hand fulls of spinach in a bowl, 1 cup of kale chopped(cut out the stem), add some onion slices , cherry tomato's and whatever low fat dressing you want I like newman's italian dressing, toss with the dressing.

if you really want you can add half a sweet potato depending on how many calories you are allowed to eat.

all in all, its less about what you eat and more about how much you eat that will determine if you lose weight or not, however what you eat will impact how your body looks, eating a lot of fast food and simple carbs will more likely be stored as fat cells in the body and will always give you a little belly even if you're skinny.

>> No.14351999

>>14351977
that is true, the only people I've met that went from fat to fit had to actually change there entire life and erase years of unhealthy habits, most people that lost weight on a diet gain it back in a few weeks once they dropped there diet because Mcchickens with a large fry and soda is just too damn good.

>> No.14352000

>>14351941
Last time I was dieting I made pizzas that were approx. 300cal from memory. For the base, I just used a wheat tortilla (this is where the calories add up usually) and topped it with olive oil, tomato paste, sliced mozzarella and fresh basil. If you can stick to it log in your stats to cronometer.com and it will tell you how much you need to eat to achieve your goals as well as give you a nutrition breakdown. It's the best website for it imo.



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14351927 No.14351927 [Reply] [Original]

Will season 2 be as good as the later end of season 1? Or will they purposely play up the silliness?



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14351881 No.14351881 [Reply] [Original]

what's the correct way to eat tomatoes?

>> No.14351887

Usually with your mouth

>> No.14351892

>>14351887
pros know how to buttmunch



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14351875 No.14351875 [Reply] [Original]

How can you screw up this badly?

>> No.14351878

>oops!
they knew, it's on purpose

>> No.14351885

>>14351878
how can you defend this level of incompetence?

>> No.14351898

again, it's on purpose, it'd only be incompetence if they were actually trying to do what you think they're trying to do, but they're not.

>> No.14351911

One of the biggest blunders in human history.

>> No.14352018

>>14351875
Did they really think we would forgive them for something this outrageous?



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14351854 No.14351854 [Reply] [Original]

I bought myself a new cooking knife today

>> No.14351865

Looks like a hoof

>> No.14351906

I kinda like it what is it and where is it manufactured?

>> No.14351924

>>14351854
I've found that I really prefer a somewhat shorter but deeper knife over a more traditional chef's knife as well.
Thats a nice one you found there.



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14351844 No.14351844 [Reply] [Original]

This board is pure comedy. Thanks frens

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>> No.14351859

i only browse /ck/ for the funnies, i dont even cook or eat

>> No.14351862

>>14351844
agreed

>> No.14351872

>>14351859
>I don't even eat
based higher being poster

>> No.14351917

>>14351844
thank you, im the one posting the funny stuff

>> No.14352031

>>14351917
no it me



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14351806 No.14351806 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original]

Black Beans Tostados Recipe. is this mexican based recipe ?



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14351790 No.14351790 [Reply] [Original]

Post your dinner and rate

leftover re-fried char siu with brocolli
pork shoulder cut into strips and marinaded 3 days in fermented red bean curd etc
roasted and glazed with honey

this was mostly the fatty pieces
fried with garlic, spring onion, chilli oil, sesame oil, shaoxiang wine soy, sugar, and toasted sesame seeds
on rice

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14351860

>>14351790
Fried rice with soy sauce, eggs, and onions.

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14351916

Leftover chili with rice and a soft poached egg. Really wish I had some green onions right now.

>> No.14351939

>>14351916
i have a big pot of green onions growing on my deck
feels real good to just go pull one up when i want it
>>14351860
>>14351916
these both look terrible but probably taste good
poached/fried egg on mincey stuff on rice is a based meal i eat that a lot but normally more asian-y mince stuff
that fried rice would be and look a lot better if you just chucked some frozen peas in near the end lil fresh bite and looks maybe a little too oily but that's a fine line you gotta toe.



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14351779 No.14351779 [Reply] [Original]

>he still doesn't eat probiotic rich foods
enjoy having a weak stomach

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>> No.14351913

>>14351779
Probiotic food and your gay yogurt do nothing. The only thing that does anything for gut bacteria are supplements.

>> No.14351914

>>14351779
fuck u cunt

>> No.14351968

Eating lots of fiber is more important to maintaining a healthy gut bacteria composition anyway.

>> No.14351982

>>14351791
Yeah they count but only if they're fermented or made with raw vinegar. If they're just pickled by putting them in a jar with white vinegar or if they've been pasteurized they're not bad for you but you won't be getting the probiotics you'd get from raw fermented food.

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14351997

>>14351779
Once in a while I get really bad migraines and I usually have diarrhea the next day. When they won't go away I start craving fermented dairy and sauerkraut so I'm guessing eating those things regularly might help. I already got some buttermilk starter which is easy to make since it ferments at room temperature and you don't have to keep it warm like you do with yogurt, but I'm trying to find a good setup to make sauerkraut and other fermented vegetables without much hassle.

Would something like this be okay? I was looking at just getting mason jars with the glass weights and an airlock but I keep seeing a lot of people saying the weights break or get stuck.



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14351761 No.14351761 [Reply] [Original]

what do i make with deer meat?

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>> No.14351845

Here everyone uses deer to make jerky and french dip sandwiches. Low and slow, heavy spices, trim the meat very well, it's lean but any fat that is on it is generally not very tasty.

>> No.14351847

Anything you'd make with beef.

A good casserole. Venison, bacon, mushrooms, carrots, celery, potatoes, onion, garlic, parsley, tomato paste, beef stock, red wine or dark beer and some fresh bread.

>> No.14351856

>>14351838
Idiot

>> No.14351876

>>14351761
You should donate the meat to a needy person and then stop killing animals like a psychopath. Grow a garden instead.

>> No.14351936

>>14351761
Stroganoff or any other fatty sauce is a good choice.
You need some rich fat in there to counter the strong richness and irony taste of the venison.

As for burger, mix 50-50 with very fatty pork or beef. Otherwise its too lean to use for pretty much anything.



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14351730 No.14351730 [Reply] [Original]

Trying to find use for it but almost every recipe calls for either beef or pork.

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>> No.14351742

>>14351730
Mixed? It's best for filling garbage bags.

>> No.14351751

Depends what the mix is. If it's 50/50 beef/pork it's perfect for bolognese. If it's anything else, just make burgers or meatballs or something.

>> No.14351752

Tesy

>> No.14351754

>>14351752
Imagine being such a retard that you actually wait for a ban to expire

>> No.14351762

finely chop or grate or mortar and pestle or whatever a bunch of aromatics like spring onion, ginger, garlic, chilli, fresh turmeric etc

saute them with your mince
then add seasonings like soy sauce, rice wine, sugar, vinegar, fish sauce. taste it and balance it
add a cornstarch slurry if you like

serve on rice with a fried egg on top



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14351662 No.14351662 [Reply] [Original]

yakisoba pan

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>> No.14351763

>>14351662
is this the sardinian maggot cheese?

>> No.14351921

>>14351662
Do Japanicans really?

>> No.14351926

>>14351760
>2.4 MB, 3008x2000
for a picture of shitty bread with noodles stuffed inside

>> No.14351948

These always seem super sloppy.
Is there at least something with a little crunch in it?

>> No.14351952

>>14351662
>>14351926
>>14351948
why is japanese cuisine so hilariously bad?
the main staple dish of nipponland is sushi which is literally just fish on rice
their curry is just watered soup
ramen is just inferior version of authentic Chinese noodles
even instant noodles is taiwanese (Chinese) and not from japan

why could the nips not make a satisfactory cuisine?



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14351620 No.14351620 [Reply] [Original]

ITT: Godly food that Americans will never experience

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>> No.14351746

>>14351620
I always thought flunch was an american thing, with how disgusting it tastes

>> No.14351766

>>14351620
>food that Americans will never experience
Why do you think there's anything that Americans will never experience? We can travel to any country we want (well, not anymore) and try anything we want to try. I've been to Flunch a couple times and it's REALLY nothing special.

>> No.14351809

>>14351746
It's French-based, anon

>> No.14351951

haha
flunch

>> No.14351976

Almost every person in America is in the top 1% wealth bracket in the world, it would literally take a minimum wage worker a month to fly anywhere in the world and live comfortably for a week or two and still splurge. You could probably somehow abuse the welfare system into paying for free vacations and food, etc. Imagine being so obsessed with the superior Americans you try to celebrate the things we have not yet learned of, touched, and defiled. It's all ours, you're just waiting for the coup de grace.



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14351595 No.14351595 [Reply] [Original]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqDaZsgR5zg

>put a plate on some hay
>fry an egg (yourself)
>add some flowers
>add a potato chip
>wala
>we're literally the best restaurant in the world
>that will be 800 euros please

>> No.14351614

>>14351595
He's a little out there but the guy likely has an insane palate and he wants people to connect with his food. That egg is probably delicious with all the components, and a lot of his guests are probably super rich fucks who don't even crack an egg that often. It's going to be a freshly cooked egg delivered exactly the way the chef wants it to be experienced.



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14351589 No.14351589 [Reply] [Original]

>walk into his kitchen
>see this
>do a 360 and walk away
should've bought a thermoworks

>> No.14351636

I cook regularly and don’t own one of these fag things at all. Shits for pussys and Melvins.

>> No.14351643

>>14351589
Analogue candy themometers are shit. SHIIIT.

>> No.14351655

>>14351589
Thermoworks is good if you need a probe thermometer that takes 5 seconds to read the temp (i.e. do you work in a fucking steak house?). That's kind of a moot point for a leave-in probe like that.

>> No.14351675

>>14351655
digital roasting thermometers just fail a lot more often, i think because the probes are left at high temperatures. they seem to do okay for smoking, but once you get above 300 degrees or so, they don't last very long.



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