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OLIVE OIL IN.

THAT STOPS THE PASTA FROM STICKING TOGETHER.

>> No.13553085

I oil each piece individually before boiling.

>> No.13553091

>>13552996
>he doesn't deep fry his pasta

>> No.13553094

>>13553085
I shove each piece into your mother's leaking asshole before boiling

>> No.13553138

>>13552996
One stick of butter per noodle. Just push it through the middle of the stick of salted butter (from end to end, not side to side)and repeat until your desired amount of pasta. Because I'm single and cooking for one, I usually avarage 75-80 sticks of butter/pasta per plate. Throw this into a dry pan warmed by hot tap water and enjoy!

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13553142

I was at a dinner party and the hostess was making spaghetti and I was talking to her in the kitchen and I asked if she was going to put oil in the boiling water and she got really offended and upset for asking. She says you're never supposed to oil noodles because it ruins the starch flavor. Is she right?

>> No.13553143

>>13552996
if i put olive oil in my ears can it stop the bullshit from entering, chef?

>> No.13553160

>>13552996
No, not walking away from the pot and actually stirring the fucking pasta is what keeps it from sticking.
>>13553142
You're both wrong.

>> No.13553165

>>13553160
uhh pal the OP posted a picture of gordon ramsay with his comment so obviously his statement is objectively correct and true

>> No.13553172

>ask someone why he puts oil in pasta water
>"because it's what you're supposed to do"
Is there a word for this? An action that people just do without even questioning why they might do it? The closest term that I can even think of is tradition.

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>>13553091
yes

>> No.13553184

>>13553172
Yes, tradition was literally the word you were looking for. Superstition, if it's less respected.

>> No.13553185

>>13553172
Literally a meme

>> No.13553189

>>13552996
>1/4 cup olive oil
>low heat as pasta cooks
>1/3 cup starchy pasta water
>drain pasta
>add mixture back in
>toss spaghetti with it till well-coated
Works well enough for my purposes, don't see what the fuss is about.

>> No.13553193

>>13553172
"Retardation" is what I usually call it.

>> No.13553194

>>13553172
memorized behavior

>> No.13553261

>>13553142
oil breaks the surface tension so its doesnt bubbles up.

>> No.13553281

>>13553261
or just not overfilling it like a retard works too

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13553305

olive oil in

that stops your legs from sticking together

>> No.13553311

>>13553305
chef NO! ...I forgot to season the bath water!

>> No.13553320

>>13552996
Honestly Gordon really doesn't seem to be that good of a cook on his episodes. He is unable to cook meat without giving a big bullseye pattern of grey meat. What he calls "colour" when searing meat is a sad paltry grey. He's actually stupid for saying you shouldn't salt the eggs or whisk them before making scrambled eggs. Also many baking videos are kind of sad and lack luster like his Madeline recipe and his chocolate mirror glaze on his cake. Don't get me started on his masterclass ad where he makes a cauliflower dish that looks like it would just taste of cauliflower it when he season his fish and chips with giant flakey salt that just falls off.

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13553336

OLIVE OIL IN

THAT HELPS YOU SEASON YOUR CUTTING BOARD

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13553359

You’re a fucking monster You don’t put fucking olive oil in it what is wrong with you

>> No.13553396

>>13552996
I swear to god has nobody heard of pre tossing the pasta with a literal scoop of the sauce. Step one drain pasta, step two put one scoop of sauce on drained pasta; toss, plate and put the desired amount of sauce on top of the plated pasta portion that was pretossed with the sauce. I have no idea why this is still debated. Nothing wrong with adding olive oil or butter to the dry pasta if your doing a pasta dish that isnt centered sauce but the herbs and pasta itself

>> No.13553414
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13553414

>I swear to god has nobody heard of pre tossing the pasta with a literal scoop of the sauce. Step one drain pasta, step two put one scoop of sauce on drained pasta; toss, plate and put the desired amount of sauce on top of the plated pasta portion that was pretossed with the sauce. I have no idea why this is still debated. Nothing wrong with adding olive oil or butter to the dry pasta if your doing a pasta dish that isnt centered sauce but the herbs and pasta itself

>> No.13553431

>>13553336
Literally who.

>> No.13553438

>>13553396
Or, you know, don't do the goofy American spaghetti dinner thing where the sauce is just dumped on top of the pasta. Finish the pasta in the sauce.

>> No.13553835

>>13553431
worlds biggest fag

>> No.13553847

>>13553414
you already have oil from cooking onions and garlic.
Do you want an oily slick running down your throat and then feeling like shit after digesting?

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13553857

>you already have oil from cooking onions and garlic.
>Do you want an oily slick running down your throat and then feeling like shit after digesting?

>> No.13555090 [DELETED] 

>>13553857
You sound mad, did someone hurt you recently?

>> No.13555112

I spoon a little bit of pasta water into my pasta bowl after it's pulled from the boiler.

>> No.13555117

>>13553142
You don't put olive oil in because then the sauce slides off the pasta when you're eating it

>> No.13555133

>>13553172
NPC.

>> No.13555139

>>13552996
Boil your pasta in milk instead of water, thank me later.

>> No.13555161

>>13553172
meme

>> No.13555220

>>13553438
>Finish the pasta in the sauce
Enjoy your watery shit pasta sauce Amerifat. A proper Ragu Bolognese is so thick it i more like a paste than a sauce. Like you can heap it on a spoon and flip the spoon 360° without anything falling off.

>> No.13555263

>oil quickly rises the water level and burns your house down

i don't get this, why would you actively decide to put oil in boiling wter?

>> No.13555987

I just use a bit of unsalted butter and stir it so the noodles dont stick together. I never knew this was a problem

>> No.13556030

>>13553320
>he salts his eggs before
lmao?

>> No.13556086

>>13555263
how can water burn down your house down?

>> No.13556489

>>13553172
unironically the word meme

>> No.13556725

>>13553160
This.

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