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>>20422586
I think they rather not get aids or anything else
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>>20422459
>>20427655
the duality of incel
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>>20430779
first time on 4chan kid?
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>>20430828
>Islamanon
You couldn't slam your way out of a wet paper bag!

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The pre-midnight snack. Cheesy garlic bread with butter, cheddar, parmesan, and herbs. Keep it or need it?
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>>20430436
It was pretty good. If you want some ideas to play around with, I heated the water up to tea temperatures and steeped herbs into it to get that herby flavor into the water before letting it cool down and then adding the yeast to it. I also dissolved honey into it while it was hot instead of using regular sugar since I think it makes the dough get browner. Once you dump it into the flour, the dough will have all the little herbs mixed into it. Honestly, I can't say that it makes a big difference compared to just using clean water, but I like the idea of it
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>>20430402
Snack bros we eatin good, this is the kind of thing where I keep going back for a couple more and end up finishing all of it.
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>>20430402
>The pre-midnight snack
How fat are you?
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>>20430402
No nachos in this thread? You fags are nothing but wankers!
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>>20430816
'bout tree fiddy
I have enough folds to fit some twinkies and devil dogs.

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I always see people on this site shit on IPA, what is wrong with it? Why am I a soyboy for drinking it?
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>>20429275
i've seen your kind before. clinging to anything trying to plant the trooning seed on impressionable persons
fucking demon hope you die screaming
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>>20427723
I don't like the taste of hops. I'd be fine to live and let live, except the hop-crazed retardation of IPAs is leaking out and polluting the kinds of beers that I do enjoy.
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>>20427763
Millenial here, this guy is right. Also IPAs test like shit.
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>>20429545
Don't call me shirley
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>>20427723
Pedo art

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how does anyone even pay for doordash, ubereats, ect? On any of these websites im paying more in fees and tips than the meal itself. no fucking way people are this rich or this uncaring about it.
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>>20419245
I always wait for the discounts I have gotten up to 60% multiple times and I'll often get 40% ones + buy 1 get 1 for free that some restaurants offer. I can even do cheaper grocery shopping like this and it gets delivered to my house and I do not buy stuff I don't need as you would when physically grocery shopping and I can look up recipes online and think of what I'm going to make. for me Uber Eats = usually cheaper than physically going to the restaurant and I don't own a car since I'm European and even if I did I would have to wait in line and deal with traffic. The only downside which made me stop using it as much is shitty delivery drivers. Like I'll see some North African doing a wheelie on their shitty bike with a uber eats box on the back and I'm like oh shit this is why my pizza looks all messed up. these people loathe their customers. Honestly if they added a thing where you could cancel specific drivers within say a minute or so of them taking the order it would improve the service and I would use it much more. And yes I am a poorfag on NEET bucks so the whole discount thing is amazing for me and has saved me tons of money. But there have been orders I had to toss because of incompetent brown delivery drivers. Things like them leaving the order at my doorstep but not ringing the bell and finding it the next day. I also had one big black guy who would always take my grocery orders and I often found the croissants and danishes would be missing so I knew he ate them.
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>>20419256
imagine being such an inconsiderate faggot that you waste 9k a year while people starve
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>>20430731
He's spending it quickly in a way that creates jobs. What benefit does spending it "wisely" provide to poor people?
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>>20425686
> I do think that amassing wealth just to get the highest score possible is a legitimate game to play if you really have fun doing it.
It's defensible if you have kids (and not gay ones, ones that will themselves have kids), then there actually is a lot worth paying for like college tuition, health insurance, cash and cars so they don't have to suck dick or serve french fries in order to live like human beings before the age of 30, random fuckups, etc. and your estate will support people you care about after your death. But if you're in the boomer-tier hedonistic mindset of "money is for having more trips to hawaii" then it is totally fucking stupid to save, the whole point is just to be lazy and experience pleasure so you may as well do it now, before you get a heart attack or they cancel society again due to a psy-op.
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>>20426697
I'd screw over whoever had more money, it's very simple.

It's taco bell. My expectations are limited. It's comfort slop. It is not fine cuisine. It is drunk food that I eat sober. Anyone can make a tortilla chip. Walmart can make tortilla chips. But apparently Taco bell fucking cannot. WHY THE FUCK ARE YOUR TACO CHIPS BITTER, TACO BELL? HOW THE FUCK DO YOU DO IT? HOW DO YOU MAKE THE WORST FUCKING CHIPS ON THE FACE OF THE GODDAMN EARTH? SO HELP ME GOD THERE IS NOTHING THAT CAN WIPE AWAY THIS DISGRACE. IT'S THE EASIEST GODDAMN THING TO MAKE ON YOUR GODDAMN MENU AND IT'S UTTER TRASH EVERY TIME.
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>>20430788
Is the guacamole sauce any good? They want to charge .20 each for those and I was like "nah"
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>>20430790
It's better than the old verde but it requires refrigeration and yeah upcharge. I wouldn't get it again personally
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I'm about to pull the trigger and invest in the $8 chicken cantina burrito. What am I in for? How mas will my life become? Is it as good as the Cantina Steak burrito?
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>>20430549
>Their A.i drive through menu even collects your data
Dude what
You think a restaurant shouldn't use available objective metrics to determine which menu items are popular and instead should use a divining rod to ask the heavens what to make?

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anybody has tried to make Wojak pastries?

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the most boring fucking mushroom in existence. how is it so popular
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Q: Why did the girl mushroom go on a date with the boy mushroom?

A: He seemed like a really fungi
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>>20430781
plump spongy mushrooms like the common white button are great because of how versatile they are.

they're unoffensive raw, they're good steamed, they're good sauteed for short, medium, or long periods of time; and their flavour and texture changes significantly each step of the way. they're amazing shallow or deep fried as well.

slice some of those up and sautee in oil or butter until they *almost* lose all their water, and then rehydrate them with a quick spill of light soy sauce and you have yourself an amazing snack.

or just wash them fresh and dip in ranch, also delishes
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taste isnt super strong so they act as a flavour spronge

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Why do people use these?
Is it just a cultural cope?
I feel like as a species we kind of nailed it with the spork so why all of this pageantry?

>inb4 it forces you to slow down

Yeah, so does a disability.
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>>20428299
>mashed potatoes/peas
You eat that with a fork? Either way, believe it or not, spoons also exist in Chinese/Asian cuisine. Pic related.

>sauerkraut
You could absolutely eat this with chopsticks. In fact pickled vegetables are a big staple in Northern Chinese cuisine; it's most commonly eaten as a part of Liang Cai, roughly meaning "cold food". And you probably already know how popular pickled vegetables are in Korea in dishes like kimchi.

>vol-au-vent, pie slice, cake,...
This I'll hand to you, but I'd point out that if you really wanted, you can use your chopsticks as a makeshift knife for softer foods like pastries and desserts by squeezing down on them, like you would a fork for cake. It's impractical though, and it'd be harder to do than with the comparatively sharper edge of a metal fork. But it would be possible. Obviously that's not gonna worn with hard or tough food like a steak, but then again you can't use just a fork to eat that either, you'd need a knife. The difference is Asian cuisine cuts up the meat before it's served, so a knife isn't needed as a table utensil

>non sticky rice
This is a fundamental misunderstanding of how chopsticks and rice work in Asian cuisine/table manners. You'd never pick up clumps of rice with your chopsticks, that's just not how it works for any Asian cuisine. You're given rice in a saucer that you can hold with your left hand, and hold the cup up to your mouth and shovel rice into it with your right hand using the chopsticks. You left hand is always holding the rice cup. Does the cup itself count as another utensil? You be the judge.

>do you want me to go on weaboo-kun? you will never be japanese btw
Thank God, because fuck japs. Btw believe it or not, there are types of people who use this dogshit website who aren't japs or weebs. This might blow your mind, but other Asians do exist, I know, shocker.
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I dont know
Its fruatrating trying to eat like wet rice
But one time I went to a honky viet restaurant with my grandparents and orderes pho and they gave me a fork to eat it with and i did not enjoy the experience
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>>20430721
>You eat that with a fork? Either way, believe it or not, spoons also exist in Chinese/Asian cuisine. Pic related.
you don't? peas perhaps could be a bit more convenient with a spoon but a fork works fine too, mashed potatoes are absolutely no issue whatsoever

>You could absolutely eat this with chopsticks
"possible" yes most likely but wouldn't this be a big pain in the ass when you can only grab tiny pieces one by one instead of using your fork as a spoon? i usually eat it with mashed potatoes and sausages as well.

>The difference is Asian cuisine cuts up the meat before it's served, so a knife isn't needed as a table utensi
can you explain this >>20430704 then. how do you deal with the big slices of meat in ramen?

anyway the point is that the knife and fork is way more versatile, there is simply no denying this
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>>20430759
It might be that you don't quite get how chopsticks work, which is totally understandable because you didn't grow up using them, and I can totally respect that, hopefully I can help explain. Pic related is a Chinese analogous to sauerkraut; it's also picked vegetables. To eat this, you wouldn't pick up each strand one by one. You'd squeeze your chopsticks together and grab them in a clump. Imagine your chopsticks as your thumb and index finger instead. Would you grab just a single strand of sauerkraut with your two fingers? You could, but that take forever, so instead you'd pinch a clump. I'm assuming the issue is that you think chopsticks don't have the dexterity and control as your thumb and index since you always imagined them as hard to control thin sticks of wood that don't make sense; "how could I possibly pick up a clump on pickled vegetables with two sticks, it's impossible, I could do it with my fingers but not two sticks". But if you grew up using them, you'd be able to use them as an extension of your fingers. Chopsticks aren't as wide as human fingers, but a skilled user could easily pick up almost anything your fingers can.

As to your point about the ramen, I've only had Japanese pork ramen a few times in my life, but each time I had it I picked up the entire slice of pork with chopsticks, took a bite, then set it back down on the noodles and alternated between the noodles and the meat. The meat was soft enough where it'd easily tear off in your mouth. Again, imagine eating a dish like that with 2 fingers. You'd pinch the meat, chomp down on it, then rip downwards, getting a perfect bite of the meat. Then you'd pinch a few strands of noodles and place them into your mouth. Same concept, but using chopsticks instead of fingers. If the pork was too tough to warrant that, I'd unironically get a refund.
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it's [ckspoiler]fun[/ckspoiler]

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How do i cook food for this mammal
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>>20418745
cats cannot spread toxoplasmosis without raw meat intake.
that said, my mother switched to raw meat diet and do raw chicken until she found raw rabbit at a pet store. the cats would even chew up and eat the bones (which is fine for poultry as long as they are uncooked)
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I walk my cat on a leash in my yard and up and down my street. How toxobrained am I?
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>>20430260
toxxmaxxed
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>>20430238
That kinda doesnt matter if you let it outside (which you should)
>>20430260
Toxoplasmosis doesnt affect the brain directly if you didnt get like a organ transplant or sonething
>>20430265
Fake
>>20430366
Fake

Just tried some Camembert for the first time and it was amazing. What was the last good cheese you had?
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Fromage d'affinois campignier, if you try it make sure it's room temp
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>>20430139
>Just tried some Camembert for the first time
Raw milk cheese should not be given to babys until they're 5yo.
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>>20430139
I had a spruce cambium washed rind that I put a piece of ramp on with cracker. Absolutely delicious.
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why is it that cheese always tastes better when it's sliced super thin?

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For me, it's the humble Butterbrot
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>>20430298
Please stop posting stupid foreign shit on my American weeb basket weaving message site. Nobody cares what you dumb fucks eat unless we decide to make it better. Your culture and food is all retarded and gross. Don't you people have your own dot whatever websites to shit up?
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I don't eat food where the name is the recipe.
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>>20430298
this is just half of a pre-grilled american sandwich
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>american sandwich
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>>20430298
As-salaam wa-alaykum my brother in Islam. Please refrain from eating the swine, it is forbidden in Islam.

Is this too much cheese for a baked potato?
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>>20429324
Need some broccoli in there if you're gonna have that much cheese.
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Get a load of this guy >>20430440 he's got a load of problems and blaming them on taters, he needs some McLovin.
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>>20429324
its about right
now put some pic related on top and make a salad for the side
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>>20430557
This guy knows what’s up
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>>20429354
>'eesy 'ato
You need to reassess your situation quite drastically.

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I live in Portland, Oregon. Where should I eat?
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>>20428644
I did grand jury in Portland in ~2009, and felony flats is a real thing. Seriously. I was in grand jury #1, which is violent crimes (2 and 3 are drugs and white collar/financial crimes), and literally 90% of every case I heard was right past 82nd.
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>>20429368
>punches above its weight
Well yeah. I don't consider LA or NYC a single city. It doesn't count if you have to drive/ride the subway 2 hours to get to something.

I don't have a real ranking, but I'd say the top three are the Bay Area, Brooklyn/Queens, and Portland. You're crazy if you think any of the last 4 on your list can compare.
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>>20430391
Seriously? Houston fucking slays Portland. Have you ever even been there? And Chicago? You're fucking retarded. The main problem with Portland is that other than the ethnic food on the outskirts of the city (82nd and beyond, Gresham, Beaverton, Hillsboro) which can be great, the restaurants there often suffer from the wild inconsistency that characterizes a small city with an inbred food scene. No one goes there to excel---city full of annoying dilettantes. Goes for their much vaunted (by morons) beer scene as well.
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>>20430219
I thought the boundary prevented Portland from expanding, not developers from developing. Where I live, everything is historic so it's sufficient to develop in the city proper without a BUNCH of red tape and bullshit and the historical commission only meets every so often so you have to wait literally years if you want to build within city limits. Rather, the vast majority of new development occurs just outside the city line.
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>>20430787
>sufficient
DIFFICULT, rather

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Post foods youve never seen another human being consume
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>>20429105
Literally nobody said any of that
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>>20430675
I think that those belong in the granny candies thread
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>>20430677
They are granny candies but I've also never seen anybody eat one.

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my fast food tier list
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>>20424217
only ranked fast food I have a lot of experience with
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>>20425079
>OP bj's five guys fuzzy dickies & mod jacks D in n out
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>>20424217
i'd delete this
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Only ranked places that I've been to in the past 15 years (except for Little Ceasar's which gave me the worst food poisoning of my life and it left me unable to digest milk for almost a decade). Also had no idea that yoshinoya existed in the states until now. Had it in Japan once and it was really bad.
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>>20429586
>Fuddruckers
my fucking man! I loved that place


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