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What does /ck/ drink?
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Ay! Screw you! Where do you think the Jews originate from? Bet you would gas 6 quadrillion Jews if you were given the chance - you antisemitic filth!
primarily molly water
You know nothing about anything you ignoramus.
in hawaii they put chillis in water and just drink that, so ive been putting tobasco into apple juice and ginger beer

What is it and why?
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It`s why I specified the ourist part. The only time I went to lockhart i went to kreuz's and they were slightly condescending when my brother asked for some bbq sauce. Which they didn't have.
Nigga grilling meat is possibly the only thing americans get right. Travel more.
Ice cubes on white bread and a warm glass of piss.
I bet he eats a Pot Noodle every now and then.
American version scared of swearing though

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Rate dinner/10
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Fried porkchops are my go-to lazy meal. Fry in a pan with onions and put some horseradish mustard on the side for dippin.
I'd be gay for a meal like that.

r u a veg
it's cheap and high in alcohol content
my nigga with a molson

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Do brits really eat this?
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do brits really fry fruit, fungi, beans, and blood as a part of a balanced breakfast?
Definitely the neck of some bird.
I don't feel comfortable feeding my dog any kind of bird bones but I guess a raw neck probably would be pretty safe.
She'd certainly devour it in seconds.
Oh man, I could fucking destroy that thing right now.
Never had a full English.
Well I've never had blood sausage anyway. Obvious I've had everything else.
>never had blood sausage
Lad, it's wonderful. People get turned off because of the name but it's so great. Rich and flavourful.
if you want to slight british food, look at pie and mash, or mushy peas. their commoner food from the industrial revolution is truly abysmal

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is this why british cuisine is utter shit?
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Sure, Sally.

Women are good at cooking if they're taught right. All the women in my family are good at cooking. Who taught you how to cook, anon? Are you some redneck from deep Alabama, or maybe London?
t. toasty roastie
Do Brits really do this? Even tiny homes in Japan have washing machines elsewhere.
That's enough of a double entendre I'd better not reply.

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Now some will say sugar vs artificial sweeteners in soda, some say regular soda is better cause diet soda causes cancer and that sweeteners are worse than sugar

Some will say this is a lie and that you are way more likely to get diabetus from sugar than you are cancer from artificial sweet, which is not even proven

Now....look at the label of a regular soda, THERE IS NO SUGAR, they dont use sugar now, they use corn syrup. So, what gives with all this, jack?
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Do you have proof people can reliably tell the difference in the first place?
I'm not sure either way personally, but everything I've seen so far is claiming there isn't a difference people can reliably notice and that if you think you can notice a difference you're just imagining it.
>The Coca-Cola Company is by now quite familiar with the Mexican Coke cult. It is true, acknowledges a Coke spokesman, Scott Williamson, that different sweeteners are used by the company’s bottling partners in different parts of the world, for reasons having to do with price and availability. But, he says, “all of our consumer research indicates that from a taste standpoint, the difference is imperceptible.”
>inb4 someone complains Coca-Cola is biased, I'm not saying they're right and am actively soliciting better evidence from the rest of you if you have any
Probably the same kind of people that can't tell the difference between Coke and Pepsi. You know, that thing that caused Coke to lose massive amounts of market share to Pepsi?
Oh man, that's why those freestyle machines taste so weird.
That's not evidence for people being able to tell the difference between HFCS and white sugar.
For one thing Coke and Pepsi don't have the same amount of calories and Pepsi has more HFCS / sugar (which is why they don't have the same amount of calories), so it's not very surprising people would pick the higher sugar content drink.
I don't know of a similar taste test ran to see if people can tell apart HFCS and white sugar when the calorie content is kept equal, which again, is why I'm asking for evidence.
>>this should sould surprize you about HFCS
if it ends in OSE IT CONTAINS SUGAR. doesnt matter what kind.
companies do it to make the food taste better.
remember if it says fat free what else have they put in it to make it taste good? the other is salt.

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I started working in amish country and I pass by the town of trail, where trail bologna originated,
It's stuff I've been eating my whole life, and is excellent with cheese and crackers.
Is this stuff in your area too, have you heard of it, do you like it?

It's mostly eaten cold but can be cooked too
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Our big semi-local brands (insofar as we didn't have them in Florida) are Country Pleasin' and King Cotton.

Both are a huge step up from similar U-sausage from Oscar-Meyar or whoever.
Lebanon bologna is very different from trail bologna. Leb is quite tart while trail is more like summer sausage.
Holy shit, just looked up the history of trail bologna and found that the town it's named for is really close to where I live. Never knew that.
I love history and especially food history.
Also, trail bologna is bomb ass food and is fucking incredible with Amish cheeses.
Good taste, OP.
I like summer sausage, so I'm sure I'd like trail bologna just fine. But I fucking love Lebanon for that tart, tangy taste.
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Same here, mane. Lebanon bologna is one of those foods that I never get tired of. Love it on a sandwich or even just by itself.

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Looking for 5 (keto) recipies that a lazy depressed person can cook? Right now, having frozen cauliflower/brussel sprouts with two eggs and miso for breakfast. And pretty much the same for dinner but two chicken thighs
>lazy depressed person
Hi me.

1. Cauliflower in cheese sauce.

heat 100ml or so of heavy cream in a saucepan, chip in some cheddar, stir over low heat until melted together. Optional: toss in a few grams of cornstarch and keep heating and stirring for a while, this thickens the sauce and won't put you over the carb limit, but you can ignore this if you want.

Meanwhile, boil some cauliflower florets for a few minutes, then drain and put in a baking dish. Pour the cheese sauce over this, put some shredded cheese on top, and throw it in the oven at 350F for 20-30 minutes until nice and brown.

While you're at it, stick a steak in the broiler and let that cook while the rest of the stuff is also cooking.

Or else, while the above is cooking, put some oil in a frying pan and throw a slab of salmon in it to cook. Flip after a few minutes so both sides get done.

Wa-la, dinner is served.

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just drink some of this garbage
I HAVE CRIPPLING DEPRESSION XDD *idubbbbbz voice* papa bless
Honestly thought it was bleach
nice, thanks. I think that a stirfry too will be pretty set.

I just made homefries from scratch for the first time, and they came out amazing!

It's so easy to do too! I can't believe I waited this long to make these on my own.

What would you suggest that I add to them? I was thinking next time I might dice up some peppers and onions and add them near the end before it's finished.

Pic related, it's the homefries I made about an hour ago.
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>You sound butthurt.

Literally the secret ingredient of /ck/.
they look horrible, like i prolly wouldn't even taste them. what did you do to them?
>fried potato with seasoning
>2/10 would not eat

lmao yeah okay fatso whatever you say.
have you never sautéed mushrooms?

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Is Foie Gras the most sadistic food, or is there something even worse?
Not even saying animals are our equals or that we shouldn't eat meat or anything like that, but what the fuck, how can people spend eight weeks pouring fat into pipes shoved down duck throats just to get a slightly better tasting end product? They're already dying so we can eat, the least we can do is not make their last weeks on Earth a living Hell.
Other bad one I've heard of is dog meat in Korea, where they traditionally beat the dog to death under the assumption the dog's elevated adrenaline will make their meat taste sweeter. That still doesn't seem as bad to me as having a pipe loading fat directly into my stomach for eight weeks though. I would without hesitation take the getting beaten to death option if I had to choose, at least that way I'd be dead in a few minutes.
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>More time as in it takes 3 months instead of 2 months for them to get to the desired weight?
Yes. I'm not the guy you were arguing with but its clear natural feeding makes them ingurgitate less food.
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Yeah yeah I saw the picture after I posted blow me
>its clear natural feeding makes them ingurgitate less food.
OK, well that's the original point, that they don't eat that much naturally, so claiming they do isn't true.
If you could honestly get them to eat as much as what they eat with force feeding but without force feeding then nobody would be force feeding in the first place.
>blow me
Present it.
lol, I miss good South Park.

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What's your favorite food to make, /ck/?
It might sound stupidly simple but, sliders. Hawaiian rolls, blackforest ham, pepperjack cheese, a light brushing of butter. Set in the oven and just let your mouth water. I personally like brown mustard on mine but that's just me.

Hey cu/ck/s can I get a hummus appreciation thread?

In recent years I've grown quite fond of this chickpea paste.

Any green text or recipes welcome
its good in a sandwich or a falafel pita bread
I make it every few days so I never run out, I eat it for breakfast on a bagel pretty much everyday

Heres how I like it
1 cup dried chickpeas, soaked overnight, cooked
~2 tablespoon tahini
~2 tablespoon olive oil
1/8 teaspoon of cumin
2 teaspoon sea salt
1 lemon juiced
1/4 cup water

food processor 5 minutes, scrape sides half way through
I have hummus on toast with breakfast sometimes. Very filling.

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We just had a Jason's Deli open up in my town six weeks ago. Any good or no? Pic unrelated.
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It's alright. Getthe soup n sandwich combo for a nice lunch/dinner.
It's the only chain I know of that makes muffalettas and they're pretty authentic, so get one (ham and salami) if you haven't had one before.
shes korean
I want her to try to make that face while im throat fucking her.
Yeah get the new yorker. Big ass corned beef sammie.

literally why
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A few times I've been asked if I want to sniff the cork. Now that's just silly!
To make sure the bottle isn't 'corked', and for no other reason.
This. It isn't to see if the wine meets your approval. It's because sometimes bottles end up corked, and corked bottles get sent back. Can't tell if a bottle is corked without smelling the wine. No restaurant will make anyone pay for a corked bottle. Hell, my wine shops will accept corked bottles as returns for full credit, because they get credit from the distributor for any corked bottles.
mine has an age cutoff for that, I think it’s 10 years. also, natural wines are final sale
I feel the sarcasm and sentiment of this post

whats a good way to make rice taste better
do you add spices? sauces? vegetables? or something else?
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If you really like the taste of fucking salt and algae, you can add some of this shit like the gooks do.
Cook it in stock.
I'm trying this. Filling out a recipe card now.
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>saute onion and garlic in butter
>add chicken broth in place of water
>add salt
You can put other shit in there to. Rice dont care.
Oh and, you know, cook the rice in there. Not sure if that needed to be said or not.

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