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what's the best soda and why is it mexican coka-cola?
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>>7840500
I'm trained by coke on how to fully service them

Reread that and it seemed like it needed a bit of reiterating
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Cane soda cola's exist in USA though, the only reason to drink CocaCola at that point is brand name
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>>7840500
>Go drink all the sodas you can
Is this the american version of a fun night out
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>>7840505
No dude. Fuck.
Sunlight allergies are almost fully cured by the coca aromatics.
This is an EXTREMELY important medicinal drink.
I will not do the research for you, illiterate.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XzLhHlcR_ro

There is literally NOTHING wrong with a plant extract that can tamp this disease.
Fuck you.
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>>7835369
you realize that sugar syrup is still a syrup, right? "syrupy" isn't a description that differentiates corn syrup from cane sugar + water.

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TFW bought 2 bunk ecstasy and didn't roll. Now downing four Loko to stop feeling sad

What are you cunts drinking, and why? Recommend me drinks or be sad with me.

Is there any mix better than whiskey and Coke?
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Bump somebody else has to be drunk

Give me your best fresh soup recipes, /ck/.
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>>7837081
Tomato barley soup.

Soak 1/2 cup barley in water while preparing the vegetables. Chop an onion (and a couple carrots if you want), cook in a little oil til softened. Add a couple cloves of minced garlic.

Add 4 cups broth, barley, a few chopped tomatoes or a can of diced tomatoes, and a bay leaf. Bring to boil, then simmer for 30 - 40 minutes. Season with salt and pepper.
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>>7837219
beans :^)
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>>7837081
You know what you're doing.

Stop it.
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>>7838814
It's a little unknown province on the west coast of a country called "The United States of America."

But seriously, try the soup.
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>>7837250
>>7839223
These sound really good

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>>7840570
He just wants to make sure you're ready
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>>7840570
MMMMM
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>>7834927
psssh... nothin personnel... Aunt Myrna...
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>>7840071
Tries to say something patronizing in an attempt to be funny
>Steak
>Says souffle in the file you fucktard
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>>7834742
Reminds me of the fungus from Pikmin 2.

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What do you think of nitro coffee? Do you think it will take off? Starbucks is going to start selling it since they are getting in the specialty game to compete with the local shops.
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If Starbucks is going to start doing it then it's already a thing. Unless it's a food item, because Starbucks has such a monopoly that they can take the same approach to food as an airline.

>tfw quickly type something out, re-read it, and realize for the first time how true it is
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It's the first time I hear about this (yurop). So it's basically old, cold coffee?

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/ecg/- what's /ck/ pulling tonight?
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>>7838766
Halo Bariti was good but their Costa Rica La Minita is god's diarrhea juice.
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>>7812107
Protip: If you're using a french press, never grind the beans down to a fine espresso-like blend. It'll clog the hell out of the strainer, and when you manage to press the whole thing down, you'll get LOTS of grit/sludge in every cup you pour.
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>>7812018
>>7836828
Fuck Bustello. That shit's for cons.
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>>7839428
It's good with sweetened condensed milk and on ice. It's also cheap as fuck and wakes you the fuck up. But yeah by itself it's pretty offensive.
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>>7839422
Yea I know, used to do that a few years back when I used a French press for the first time.

Now that I've started again with a new grinder, I started out with very coarse grind (too bug the first time), but now I get it to pic related. Works quite well like this imo

Also, I'm looking for an espresso machine

I'm starting to have doubts about the gaggia classic, and looking and some isomac ones. Could any anon with an espresso machine tell me about what they're using and what they think of their machine?

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What's your go to dish that you prepare when you really want to wow your friends (or anime pillows I guess)

I'm making dinner my jewish gal friend and I'm looking for some classic ck inspo
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>>7840596
Steak and asparagus sounds so dope. Is there a specific cut? I normally just grab whatever when I'm cooking for myself, but I'm sure there's a specific cut that people recommend for steak dinners
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>>7840606
dude this chick made me try matzo ball soup (I'm an american born and raised in saudi so I'm a bit anti jew and jew food) and that shit was so good I've been eating it every chance I get. Any other jewish cuisine I should start munching on?
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>>7840643

>unsure is trolling

I was being completely serious, and am not OP, but I give that same advice probably once a week to people asking broad questions here.

I'm 100% ethnically Jewish, but grew up in a place without the religious or cultural aspects, other than going to Jewish delis when on vacation, so pretty much the one thing that's stuck with me since I was little was that you want to marry a girl who can make a good matzo ball soup. That was ingrained in my mind before I became aware of the fact that celebrating both Hanukkah and Christmas wasn't normal.
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>>7840559
my homemade pasta sauce is an objective 10/10, thats what i go with
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>>7840656
I usually go for new your strip. that's my usual go to.
>>7840672
ah, okey doke.
>>7840652
cheese cake as a desert. I'd go with what theme you want to create; or what you want the star of the show to be (either the appetizer, the entree, or the desert. have the other aspects supplement or build up to that specific dish)

Why do some alcoholic drinks cause seemingly worse hangovers than others?
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>>7840548
Sugar
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>>7840574
>this meme of "don't give me any tequila bro it fucks me up every time" is false.
Hardly. Different spirits utilize different cuts from the distillation process. It's what gives each spirit its unique flavor, and often contributes to hangovers.
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Ciders.

I make my own with 5 gallons of Sam's Club apple juice, a packet of US-05 yeast and assorted spices, juice concentrates, other add-ins. Cheap stuff, apx. $30 for 50 bottles' worth of cider and not super sweet, easy drinking and stealthy that I invariably drink a goddamned gallon before I realize what I've done.

Coupled with a whiskey or two and I'm in for a terrible day after
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>>7840595
>muh wive's tales and myths are more reliable than science
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>>7840618
Nope. Ethanol causes hangovers, that's it

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I finally decided go to dentist and removed my wisdom teeth. Maybe it's not /ck related but however. Pain after surgery is very hard and how long ? What kind of food should I eat first days after removing? Only liquid? Post some tips and tell me about your experience. Start with upper so maybe it's a bit easy.
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>>7838666
I had all 4 out at once. The pain wasn't that bad, I just took ibuprofen and saved the hydrocodone to get high on later. The first 2 days I had soup and fruit smoothies. After that I ate normal food but I had holes in my lower jaw that I had to clean out with an oral syringe after every time I ate for a month or two.
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>>7838666
Had my wisdom teeth removed two weeks ago, and they were fully erupted. I didn't eat and drink the day of surgery, then the second and third day I ate things like: Apple sauce, pudding, mashed potatoes, and mac and cheese. Also, some pain will happen the days rolling because your teeth are shifting, but if you're not rolling on the floor then it isn't dry socket. Just take it easy till the follow-up visit.
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>>7838666
I got all 4 wisdom teeth taken out and only took ibuprofen. I was waiting for the pain to hit but it never came. I only drank soup broth for about a week and lost like 10 pounds so that was cool.
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I had an infected molar and cold rice pudding was pretty much my staple until it was removed.
I didn't experience any pain after it was removed though.
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>>7838666
When I had them taken out all I had was mashed potatoes and meal replacement shakes. I guess you could take a vitamin or something too if you are worried about not getting enough nutrients. The pain was terrible at first but then I got some pain meds and was fine until it all healed up. Didn't get dry socket but I hear it's a bitch.

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It's Winter here and it's cold as fuck.

Time to stay in, turn the heater up and indulge in some comfort food.

What are your usual go-to comfort foods?

Chicken Parmigiana, Lamb shanks and mash, Chocolate Brownies, Cheesy Potato Skins with Guacamole, Sticky Date Pudding and Cheeseburgers my winter staples.
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>>7839676
I was two of those posts, not memeing, just a fan of dijon on a cordon. You seem to have gotten the coarse ground, which wouldn't have been my recommendation, but should be ok! How was it?
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>>7837980
It's snowing in Victoria and NSW, pretty chilly
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>>7837975
Bacon... That's pretty fucking rich m8
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Steak and Guinness pie
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>>7823807
just prison island funposters m80

Can we just appreciate americanized chinese food and how delicious it is?
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>>7830450
>The Search for General Tso
Sounds like an interesting movie

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7z0hmBIR8BE
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Mama lu's>>din tai fung
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Ausfag here, we have pretty much the same choices in non-traditional chinese food here. There's a place near me in a shopping centre food court that has a buffet and it's so shit but at the same time so good. One day I will show you guys what their food is like. The battered and fried honey chicken is seriously about 80% batter with a little nugget of chicken in the middle but somehow it's worth eating.
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>>7832762
>>7840470

In China being a chain is actually a good sign. If food comes from a chain (barring international chains like KFC or McDonalds) that means that the original restaurant was very popular (aka good) and was able to make enough money to expand. It's still a third world country over there so they haven't been as commercialized as we have in the West (yet).
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>>7840670
I have a fondness for Chinese buffets too. That honey chicken sounds great, I love pretty much any variation on deep fried chicken dishes (sesame chicken, General Tso's, orange chicken, etc)

Where were you when Pepsi BTFO of Coke?

http://adage.com/article/cmo-strategy/crystal-pepsi-coming-stores-nationwide/304750/
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>>7840668
Probably drinking a Coke somewhere
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I'm excited but I just want to have one to hold on to when it fucking tanks and then in another 20 years when kids who've never tasted it want one, they can buy it from me for $300 off of ebay. Like I did with ectocoolers, and am doing again.

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What's your favorite beer? Why?

I'll start with mine, Rogue Dead Guy Ale

>smooth
>will put hair on your chest
>6.5% ABV
>doesn't have horrible hoppy taste like IPA'S do
>Not terribly expensive
>Not hard to find either.
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anyone else from san diego? The breweries around here are fucking amazing
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I can't wait for winter so I can buy it again. Rich and made with locally made premium chocolate and 8.7% without bitterness like IPAs
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>>7840629

I was born in San Diego and lived there until I was 3.

Since then I've lived in pretty much every corner of the US and have come to the conclusion that, while some regions have a stronger brewing culture than others, there is amazing beer being made pretty much everywhere in the country.
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>>7814868
just had a bottle of that stuff, based on seeing your post
I would give it a 6.5/10, it was alright but nothing spectacular, too sweet for my taste and completely lacking in hops to balance that sweetness out.
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Innis & Gunn is a good one, matured in bourbon casks. If you like whisky, this is a good complimentary beer to your whisky.

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Just finished another batch of my ciabatta. Pretty rustic looking, and also pretty flat so I can fit it in the toaster when sliced horizontally.

I always let my sponge/biga/bug/starter sit for 2 days, and the main batch was mixed this morning, and has been rising and knocked back and rising again for the last 8 hours or so.

Bread anons, get in here, post bread, etc.

Also the margarine in my pic isn't mine... but the Turkish coffee is!
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>>7839550
>shit appearance = shit taste
Average /ck/ poster.
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>>7839616

Never implied that, I said it looks like shit.

Stay insecure.
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>>7838003
Looks tasty. If it wasn't so unhealthy, I would eat nothing but fresh bread and butter for many meals.

Just a tip though, when you post bread you've made you should cut a slice to show the crumb.
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brad makes you fat
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>>7839656
Here you go, the crust is veeeerry crusty.

Not as many bubbles as ciabatta should have, probably because I dont let it prove in the loaves, but if it was any higher I wouldn't be able to fit it in the toaster though so suits me pretty well.

>Everyone dissing my bread
>no one posting their own
Do any of you guys even bake?

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>muh cayenne

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljPwpFA0Fd4
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>>7840402
JUST
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how dare you, chef john is a national treasure.although he hasn't been as funny recently.
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>>7840402
Honestly I find myself using cayenne pepper in a lot of things myself

shit's good


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