[a / b / c / d / e / f / g / gif / h / hr / k / m / o / p / r / s / t / u / v / vg / vr / w / wg] [i / ic] [r9k / s4s / vip / qa] [cm / hm / lgbt / y] [3 / aco / adv / an / asp / bant / biz / cgl / ck / co / diy / fa / fit / gd / hc / his / int / jp / lit / mlp / mu / n / news / out / po / pol / qst / sci / soc / sp / tg / toy / trv / tv / vp / wsg / wsr / x] [Settings] [Search] [Home]
Board
Settings Home
/ck/ - Food & Cooking


Thread archived.
You cannot reply anymore.



File: Havregrød_på_vand.jpg (195 KB, 1200x900)
195 KB
195 KB JPG
For me, it's the humble oats plus water plus salt.
>>
Semen
>>
>>12032030
Dad food
>>
File: 1546241830696.png (196 KB, 750x779)
196 KB
196 KB PNG
>>12032030
your lack of fried egg and picante sauce is concerning.
Actually, the fact it's not a bowl of rice with nothing makes me think you're a heretic
>>
>>12032030
Honestly American breakfast is the tits. Eggs bacon sausage toast pancakes OJ coffee biscuits b gravy etc etc ...American diner breakfast food is just so good. One of the few things I think America actually does well. Culturally that is.
>>
>>12032030
Fruit strudel and a cappuccino. Sweet, light, and easy.
>>
>>12032030
Dude, i'm gonna type as sober as possible, that honestly looks fucking pathetic and digusting compared to my meal. and I'm being one hundred percent serious. Sorry we dont cook shit that was previously in cans. you're a fucking joke dude, and im dead fucking serious. gert areal family that cooks good food, drinks beer and wine and winecoolers and has a good fucking time, and has a milliondollar house on the beach, im seriously.. dont eever potst your fuking families poverty dinner on these forums ever the fukcc again bro, and by bro i mean never my bro, fucking nerd.
>>
>>12032030
Needs fruit and sugar
>>
>>12033426
Oats are the best when eaten the savoury way.
>>
>>12033426
Are Americans really incapable of eating oatmeal without covering it in some form of fructose? Do you put syrup on rice as well?
>>
>>12032030
>access to the most delicious foods in all human history
>eats this
lol
>>
>>12033709
*yawn*
>>
>>12032030
Fuck that poverty porridge
>Full fat milk
>Stick o butter
>Cane sugar, four heaped tbs
>Dollop of molasses
>Half a bar o chocolate

That's a proper oat meal
accept no substitute
>>
File: Raulia ja puuroa 002.jpg (156 KB, 1600x901)
156 KB
156 KB JPG
Granny just called and instructed me to start my day with a bowl of oatmeal. With "butter eye", no less. Based granny.

The problem, I'm not an agricultural labourer but work in office.
>>
>>12034245
Slav occupant of Baltshit?
>>
>>12032910
It’s cool, our culture, food, and country really is fucking awful except for a few redeeming qualities that just barely make it worth living here.
>>
>>12034287
I'll give you a hint: this is not oatmeal.
>>
>>12034321
grits
>>
>>12032030
coffee and toast
>>
File: yummy!.jpg (92 KB, 890x668)
92 KB
92 KB JPG
>>12034338
>grits

Clearly you haven't been anywhere near to baltics. Another hint: it may have beans in it and nowadays the most popular way of eating it is probably with buttermilk/kefir and fruits.
>>
>>12032030
>>
>>12034363
My problem with American breakfast is it just takes me forever to make when I'm tired in the morning, but the payoff is good.
>>
>>12034356
It looks like brown sugar and cum.
>>
>>12033923
>That's a proper oat meal
that's cake
>>
>>12034356
What is it? Looks tasty for some reason.
>>
>>12035430
It's the only proper way to start the day. Oatmeal is but the foundation on which a great edifice should be built. Almost literally, as good oatmeal has the consistency of hardening concrete
>>
>>12032030
>2017+2
>Not cooking your oats in milk instead of water
>>
>>12032030
Why not milk? It makes it more filling and satisfying. I also like to pour a little more milk over the top once the oatmeal has congealed a little bit, and take a bit with each spoonful. I usually just add salt too, sweet oatmeal just makes me feel sick before I get full, although last time I cooked a few mashed strawberries until the syrup thickened and put that in along with a bit of cinnamon, which was pretty good.
>>
I wish I had time to make breakfast before work.
>>
File: raisin bran.jpg (277 KB, 1500x1500)
277 KB
277 KB JPG
This plus some banana slices is all I have time to eat because I have to wake up at fucking 5 am
>>
>>12035446
Kama/talkkuna/tolokno.

I'm a kind of guy who does the same workplace luch for months in the end. At one point I would actually have kama regularly. Works well in its original purpose as an emergency ration too: if I was out of kefir I could eat it in the other popular way by pouring hot water from the tea kettle.

So there are two basic ways of eating it, either mixing into hot water or cold dairy. Most people add some sugar, but hot water people may vehemently oppose and advice to only have a pinch salt. The kama here >>12034321 with bacon and "butter eye" in was done into hot water. By the way, I had never heard of bacon before stumbling into it this night by accident. First thought: "who the fuck puts bacon on oatmeal... oh it's kama? Well that's actually genius!"
>>
>>12035991
Just prep some overnight oats the night before
>>
>>12035991
What? Oats take 2 minutes to cook in the microwave?
>>
File: 1552152865019m.jpg (83 KB, 1022x1024)
83 KB
83 KB JPG
>>He fell for the breakfast Jew
>>
>>12032030
put some blueberries, chia seeds, almonds and bananas in that shit. it looks like fucking vomit.
>>
>>12037425
I would but I'm hetero
>>
>>12032030
>2 parts whole milk
>1 part uncooked oats
That's the base, takes 10 minute in a pot and no need to stirr much on low heat due to fat content of milk.
Add some salt for taste, cinnamon, cocoa powder (unsugared), berries (frozen or not), raisins, fruits, seeds or what have you.

Don't judge putting an egg or two in it as well. For the last minute, jack up the heat, add an egg or two, stirr hard till the egg is cooked.
I guess, if you want, you can serve it with bits of cooked bacon on top and you have the equivalent of piece of bread, glass of milk with cooked egg and bacon.
>>
>>12037427
also insecure
>>
For me? Every single morning I have two or three cups of coffee, made in my cheeky new keurig. As far as food goes, it’s either applejacks, or 3 scrambled eggs in Tabasco sauce with a couple pieces of bacon or sausage links. Those sausage links have to be maple, though. Fuck original flavored breakfast sausage.
>>
>>12032030
I do a sweet oatmeal variant.
oats+water, microwave until it's ready, in the meantime I crack open 4 or 5 walnuts and break a couple squares of dark chocolate. Then I add a bit of milk to cool it down, because I like to sweeten it with a tablespoon of honey.
Cheap, fast, nutritious and delicious.
>>
>>12037508
It always gets me how americans have to specify cocoa powder to be unsweetened. As if sweetened cocoa powder is a thing.
>>
>>12037551
I'm Norwegian, I did it out of courtesy for the NA crowd and their Nesquik and equivalents which are like 90% sugar or something.
>>
>>12032239
Horrible opinion all around
>>
>>12032030
oh yeah same for me same for me... except... I add MILK and. .. . .yup a bit of sugar not a lot don't get too antsy just a tablespoon... and then... a BANANA to real spice it up oh yeah *finger kiss* and the final touch? a few bits of unsweetened baking chocolate oh yeah
>>
>>12032030
I couldnt imagine eating oatmeal with just water you fucking psycho
>>
>>12037669
it's really good.
>>
I'm about to make some ramen
>>
>>12032030
That's a little too humble, anon. How much time do you have to get ready in the morning anyway? I have about thirty minutes from when i wake to when I leave; my breakfast is a cup of plain yogurt, two poached eggs, and then I'll stuff an apple and a banana in my coat pockets to have on the way.
>>
>>12037551
>>12037606
To be honest, "cacao powder" in Europe probably means instant cacao in most places too.

At least if spoken. In recipes the real stuff is implied and doesn't need to specify "unsweetened" or anything.
>>
>>12033387
Is this pasta?
>>
File: 1551062642466.jpg (1.88 MB, 3264x2448)
1.88 MB
1.88 MB JPG
i only have it like twice a year but god damn is it my favorite breakfast food ever
>>
for me it's oatmeal, milk, half a bar of dark chocolate with almonds
>>
>>12038130
Good choice.
>>
Best breakfast right here
>>
File: Kellogg's box front.jpg (733 KB, 1200x1200)
733 KB
733 KB JPG



Delete Post: [File Only] Style:
[Disable Mobile View / Use Desktop Site]

[Enable Mobile View / Use Mobile Site]

All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.