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18214411 No.18214411 [Reply] [Original]

luv Loco Moco
simple as



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18214355 No.18214355 [Reply] [Original]

Post them

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>> No.18214395

>>18214355
anything made by white people
including british/french cuisine

>> No.18214396

>>18214391
Same, it all just tastes like ammonia to me

>> No.18214397

Fruit cake without alcohol (or flour) is bad.
youtube.com/watch?v=-EPfvOmG8zc
But the traditional style is real good

>> No.18214399

>>18214358
>t. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oodsEoRxcY

>> No.18214401

FUCK GARLIC MASHED POTATOES



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18214292 No.18214292 [Reply] [Original]

Whenever I watch a pasta video made by an Italian, they say to generously salt the pasta water, until it's sea-salty, since it was supposedly so that the pasta can be seasoned enough to the point where dumping the pasta water wouldn't wipe every salt off.
I cooked pasta for my family with that in mind. The finished product was salty as hell. Both my mother and my sister couldn't even finish their respective portions. The excess salt didn't come off at all. fucking pastaniggers

>> No.18214297

lmao we got another one boys

>> No.18214298

Kek. The incompetence of this board is outstanding.

>> No.18214302

>>18214292
Is this true? One time I forgot to salt my pasta and was surprised to find it tasted the same. I haven't salted it since and it still tastes the same as when I salted it.

>> No.18214304

>>18214297
>>18214298
fuck ogg
good thing it was a cheap brand I bought at the grocery store



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18214282 No.18214282 [Reply] [Original]

sliced white bread, ketchup and a slice of american cheese toasted counts as pizza.

>> No.18214285

no it doesn't

>> No.18214288

>>18214282
that's a nice vegetable, anon.

>> No.18214359

>>18214282
I feel like if the right bread, the right cheese and pizza sauce, it could.

>> No.18214379

>>18214282
I mean think Texas toast with butter. a generous spoonful of pizza sauce. Then two slices of provolone. All melty and cooked to perfection.

>> No.18214385

>>18214282
Yeah, it's Wonder Bread pizza. Like French bread pizza, but with Wonder Bread instead.



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18214274 No.18214274 [Reply] [Original]

Hey friends,

I recently bought a fermentation crock off Amazon that was on sale for $15 bucks. I decided to go ahead and make some sauerkraut since I'm pretty new to fermenting in general.
It's a water seal jar and it's white, inside the lip where the seal is unglazed. I went onto Amazon to make sure it was water seal/see if there any instructions. I came across a lot of comments saying the unglazed part of the lip will breed bacteria.
Personally I think well ceramic wasn't always glazed and we must have used it back then. It does have a little yellow discoloration on the lip that I cleaned with a cleaned paper towel. It's been sitting out for about 2 maybe 3 days now, tasted it, check on it often smells/tastes good.

Any advice/tips? Should I throw the crock out after this? Any fermentation for beginner tips are also appreciate and or fun recipes... Want to start fermenting with miso paste soon

>> No.18214393

>>18214274
>Should I throw the crock out after this?
Absolutely. Always use a fresh crock when starting a new fermentation project. You can start a traditional midden in your garden with the old ones. The potsherds are ideal for toads and beneficial insects.



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18214203 No.18214203 [Reply] [Original]

whats the secret to a good chicken stir-fry that doesn't use deep-fried (or any sort of deepfry imitation) chicken?
is it even doable?

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18214309

>>18214300
yes, you're being pedantic
and you're also wrong
stir fry is literally things stirred and fried together
now andwer the question you autist

>> No.18214323

>>18214203
marinade the chicken with whatever flavors you want + baking soda and then lightly coat it all with starch before you fry it

>> No.18214324

>>18214323
dang it anon I said no deepfry imitations

>> No.18214333

>>18214324
how is that a deepfry imitation, do you want to fucking boil the chicken or how else do you plan to cook it

>> No.18214361

>>18214309
i've never had a stir-fry with deep fried meat.
ever.
it's literally a style of cooking, yes, but it's a dish.
even though g-tso is stir-fried it's still called g-tso.
just don't use deep fried meat, anon.
stop being so cantankerous.



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18214176 No.18214176 [Reply] [Original]

Just had to toss out all my kabobs because I turned off the grill and forgot about them, and when I returned a cloud of flies had infested the vessel. Be careful with your food out there.

>> No.18214224

>>18214176
Kabob?

>> No.18214227

>>18214176
Kabob?

>> No.18214230

>>18214176
You wasted an animal's life and several day's worth of food because some little bugs touched your factory meat. Americans are the worst.

>> No.18214259

>>18214176
Not only did you waste kebabs, but you made kitty scared.



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18214161 No.18214161 [Reply] [Original]

Chili’s is god tier

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>> No.18214179

>>18214161
I agree, however they got rid of the onion pedals and fried pickles here. A little less good but I still love em.

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18214195

>>18214161
The unnatural preparation in which Chili makes its nachos concerns me and makes me suspicious of the whole operation.

>> No.18214211

>>18214161
not bad for fast food standards aka sl0p

>> No.18214238

>>18214195
This is how most Tex Mex places prepare them. Not in a pile like bar nachos

>> No.18214239

>>18214161
imagine paying for half a meal.



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18214140 No.18214140 [Reply] [Original]

What’s your favorite food to order at a bar? For me, it’s loaded fries

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>> No.18214267

>>18214246
>he doesn't know how babies are made

>> No.18214296

hot wings and a pitcher of draft is my go to. your mouth is burning and that cold beer really hits the spot

>> No.18214311

>>18214267
That process doesn't involve you, tranny

>> No.18214336

When you hear "margarita pizza" do you think it's just a plain pizza or do you expect tomatoes on top? The menu at work explicitly says there's cherry tomatoes on top but like 1/10 people will order a margarita pizza and pick off all the tomatoes.

>> No.18214337

>>18214336
what’s even the point of ordering it then? just order a cheese pizza



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18214137 No.18214137 [Reply] [Original]

What are your favorite microplastic recipes?

>> No.18214139

>>18214137
I want to cook for my wife someday but I'm not good enough yet

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18214155

A staple of American cuisine

>> No.18214158

>>18214137
it really elevates a glass of tap water



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18214064 No.18214064 [Reply] [Original]

why does japan get so many different special flavour variants of popular foods and drinks?

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>> No.18214290

>>18214064
Vending machines. More retail realestate means that products need to stand out more to compete. Compare this to the US where you will see a single mini fridge by the checkout that only has like 5 rows, the top 3 being reserved for the top sellers while the bottom 2 are reserved for overstock shit they're trying to get rid of or sports drinks.

>> No.18214339

>>18214064
because they dont drink it as usual thing, they drink it for memes which is why they need as much weird taste as possible.
And because they arent that mass produced the prices are higher too.

>> No.18214403

>>18214064
post capitalist society allows for "food artists" to have a larger freedom of expression, resulting in strange and unique combinations

>> No.18214404

>>18214064
Japanese have abandoned tradition and live in a perpetual pursuit of new novelties.

>> No.18214421

>>18214064
Because they are based and enjoy novelty.

>>18214249
Autists are the opposite. They only like to consume the same things over and over.



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18214030 No.18214030 [Reply] [Original]

Tavern style is the best style of pizza

Deep Dish is essentially a casserole
New York is like frozen pizza put into a pizza oven
Detroit style is a shittier version of chicago style
Florida style is for bottom feeders.
Neapolitan is essentially an heirloom pizza, a different type of dish completely and is more gourmet.

>> No.18214059

>>18214030
if it aint imos i dont want it



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18214002 No.18214002 [Reply] [Original]

>PASTA WATER!

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>> No.18214188

That picture will never not make me laugh.

>> No.18214189

>>18214182
Arent you worried the leftover oil will create a fatberg and cost the city trillions?

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18214218

>>18214002
>WATER PASTA

>> No.18214308

People who always remind others to use their pasta water are the same kind that feels the need to remind everyone about how farfalle cooks every time someone even mentions the type of pasta and are weirdly passionate about it. We get it, you know a lot, move on

>> No.18214413

>>18214189
>Pasta water
>Oil



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18213986 No.18213986 [Reply] [Original]

>be broke
>go to groccery store to buy store brand bread for PBJ
>the $1 bread is now $2.40

WAKE ME UP

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>> No.18214327

>>18214319
Not really. People 40 and under these days are just all faggots who have never experienced occasional hardship. This is nothing. You're just dealing with the realization that life isn't a gravy train all the time.

>> No.18214356

>>18214327
Go take your alzheimers meds and shut the fuck up you old ass bitch

>> No.18214363

>>18214327
Houses are getting more expensive and average wages are not reflecting proportionally.
People are working more hours on average than people did in the 80s while having more expenses while companies are getting higher and higher record annual profits.

Wheat, for the first time in our lives, has caused starvations in several countries leading to global economic paradigm shifts that are only getting worse.

You're ignorant and assume young people can't research history. If you don't think there's a problem, you're not paying attention.

>> No.18214367

>>18214363
The lack of wheat*
you know what I meant

>> No.18214398

>>18214272
I like my routine of going 3 times a week. I work 3rd shift so i just swing my at 6am when i get off.



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18213985 No.18213985 [Reply] [Original]

Look what I saw. I've had the pressure cooker for a few years and it works great. Should I upgrade?

>> No.18214122

>>18213985
NEVER buy electronics or kitchen appliances at Aldi or Lidl.

>> No.18214128

>>18214122
I've been using a electric pressure cooker from Aldi several times a week for almost 4 years. KYS immediately.



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18213972 No.18213972 [Reply] [Original]

Best part about making Meatballs?

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>> No.18214001

>>18213972
that isnt meat. that is sl0p

>> No.18214063

>>18213972
Heyyyyy, that's a good lookin meatball!

>> No.18214135

>>18214063
not that a nigger would know!

>> No.18214244

>>18213972
is that leftists, welfare cases, politicians, bankers, and op can't make them.

>> No.18214374

eating a few fresh ones right out of the oven



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18213953 No.18213953 [Reply] [Original]

what's your favorite vodka for drinking neat?

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>> No.18214133

fruit loop flavor, OJ, mixed with condensed milk….wait, I don’t actually drink this… I give it to
college teens for fun
/OP is an idiot

>> No.18214160

Reyka is best
Svedka is best cheapest
russian probably have some ok stuff too

>> No.18214235

>>18213953
belvedere too expensive.
finladia reasonably priced and good.
smirnoff makes me sick.
stolichnaya my favourite

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18214250

>>18213953
Picrel
If you find it of course

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18214376

>>18213953
This is my go to. Only $21 for a handle.



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18213929 No.18213929 [Reply] [Original]

the VIRGIN 'omelette rice' or whatever
vs. the CHAD Fried2*(Rice + Egg)

>> No.18214281

>>18213929
have sex

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18214301

>>18214281
>have sex
Back to twitter with you

>> No.18214316

>>18214301
>implying cats
They've been nothing but helpful, except when you push shit onto them. It's those fucking squirrels I don't trust. Hiding food, staring at anyone who leaves the home, barking at people who gets too close to their tree. They're only good for pan-frying.

>> No.18214320

>>18213929
very true, op, very true indeed!

>> No.18214321

>>18213929
What is it with southeast asians and massively burning their sunnyside-up eggs?



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18213927 No.18213927 [Reply] [Original]

For me it's lasagna

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18213935

More like LasagNAH, amirite!?

>> No.18213971

>>18213927
looks nice and greasy. i'd eat it

>> No.18214005

>>18213935
Destroyed



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18213907 No.18213907 [Reply] [Original]

All borger should be smash borgers (no exceptions)

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>> No.18213997

>>18213974
ho

>> No.18214126

no le epic meme burger for me, thanks

>> No.18214162

>>18213907
>can i haz?
>can i haz?
>do not want if no smashed
The demands never end with you lot, do they?

>> No.18214410

>>18213907
yeah smash burgers are great but due to their small size you need 4-6 to make a good meal

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