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how many yokes are you supposed to use?
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>>13217421
>Galze
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>>13219440
See >>13218151
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>>13219440
16+ eggs for like a quarter pound of pasta? When I make a quarter pound of pasta, it lasts for a minimum of 2 meals for 2 people.
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1 yolk and 1/3 cup grated parm per serving. No whites.
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>>13217348
twice as many as half as much

Im done

does anyone actually go here?
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>>13217145
got their brisket sammich about 6 years ago. the liquid smoke smell stayed on my hands for 3 days. probably washed them 10 or 15 times...and it sucked.
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>>13217145
>I AM TRYING FIND MYSELF...
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>>13217145
This is the picture I got from 4chan, take that for what you will for that place.
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>>13217145
No, but thats mostly because the one near me employs a constantly changing crew of incompetent teenagers wrangled by the fattest black meth addict they could find to stuff into a manager's uniform and they tend to either lie about a shortage till you leave or get your order so wrong so consistently you begin to question your own intelligence.

Dem curly fries n cheese, tho.
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>>13219752
The only decent Reubens that I ever got were from a place named Reubens on about 38th and Madison in Manhattan, then also Friendly's then there's about Corbin's around where I live now, but they're cash only and that's a pain in the ass on a cold day and they have retard level hours.

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Filet fags, take your disheveled taste buds elsewhere too
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>>13219923
My tastebuds appreciate the subtle fillet flavor, you are the one praising pure lard
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I like a good flat iron steak
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>>13220010
Cope
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>>13216968

Jesus Christ, there's never too much fat. You can butcher it away or render it in cooking. I've had NY strip too lean to cook properly and can't magick fat into a steak. If there's too much fat cut it away and pre render it to use as a cooking medium.
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>>13220010
It’s tallow not lard, imbecile

I’m a Christian and here in the Philippines the corporations are pandering to the Muslims. Nescafé has Halal symbol. Almost all food products have Halal symbol even though Muslims are only 5.57% populations. How to stop the Halal symbol?
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>>13219462
You seem strongly to not support them. Which is good, if you passionately believe that supporting them is wrong, then don't. This of course will cause you to have to do a lot of things yourself. If you are willing to do it such as baking your own bread, then by all means do it.
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>>13219359
If god loved you then you wouldn't be in a shithole like the Philippines.
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>>13219359
Buy bread from somewhere else or make your own.
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>>13219359
There;s nothing wrong for a Christian to eat these kinds of products. Saint Paul talks about it.
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>>13219359
>How to stop the Halal symbol?
Try to find a brand that irrigates their veggies with blood, and bleed on the bread, if you give that much of a shit.

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I want to breed with her.
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>>>/tv/

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does a more perfect breakfast exist?
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>>13217245
Homo
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>>13217722
i live in south FL, crack was harder to fnd then coke so everybody just freebased of smoked choppers. It was the promise land
t. first world problems
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>>13216094
>>13215542
And a bowl of weed.
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>>13217280
That's only one manifestation. There's also emphysema, COPD, and asthma.
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>>13216045
Post body

What's the consensus on 'Krispy Krunchy Chicken'?
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it's underrated and good
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>>13220202
Never had it, must be flyover food.
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>>13220202
Idk but kwik trip started selling fried chicken and its actually pretty good

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Why is my bread so flat? Was my dough too hydrated?
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>>13219908
I fed it the night before and let it sit at room temp overnight
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>>13219915
There's my guess at the problem then. If you use it too soon the natural yeast doesn't have time to form.
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>>13219925
I'll try that, thanks
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>>13219901
Did you add any water the day of, or was all the water incorporated with the starter the night before? I essentially added the starter, all the water, and some of the flour from the recipe the night before. Don't add so much flour that it becomes a dough, but add as much as possible while it remains a slurry / extremely wet dough like your starter. Pic related is my starter/flour/water mixture after a night of activating on the counter.

Also don't neglect proofing, with sourdough starter you really have to judge it by appearance / instinct, not strictly time. I usually take a photo so I can compare visually.
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>>13219801
Yeah, that's what he said. An overhead shot parallel to the subject is precisely the wrong angle for showing height.

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>Visiting Europe
>Go to restaurant for dinner
>order salad for starter
>the salad is just 1 very large piece of romaine lettuce dressed in just salt and pepper
>no oil or vinegar

Is this common in Europe?
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>>13220237
Did you order the Salhad or the Salad?
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>>13220237
>in America
>order a salad
>the waitress looks confused
>returns several minutes later with a bowl of french fries
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>>13220237
>wh*te """people""" even using salt or pepper on their vegetables
nice larp.
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>>13220260
you know white people are the reason you can drown your food in spices in the first place
we industrialized spices, and now you don't have to drink camel piss to get your sodium intake

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>>13220105
Based, I can't remember the last time I've had one of those. Fuck I might have been a little kid it's been so long.
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>>13216593
For me, it's lobster tails, the Americanized big brother of your teeny little dessert
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>>13213621
What are those, marshmallows?
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>>13213771
Winner winner chicken dinner

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/ck/ humor
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>>13219620
You can get a LARGE BLACK for like 3 buckles.
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>>13219645
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>>13219645
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>>13219645
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>>13220270
No.

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Which cuisine do you think is better, Mexican or Chinese?
I'm only referring to authentic (regional cuisine from those countries) as opposed to Americanized varietied like American Chinese takeout or Tex-Mex.
Mexican is my personal favorite but they both have their advantages
>Mexican
Better use of seasonings overall
Probably tastier on average
Less off flavors
Less funky stuff
>Chinese
More variety
Seems to be healthier/make more use of vegetables
Higher highs (if that makes sense)
>Both
Wide range of great flavors
Great use of pork

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>>13219855
What does that even mean? How would Chinese food not exist in China?
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>>13219860
>>13219910
what he means is authentic food is a meme for hipsters, Tere's not really anybody in Hamburg eating authentic hamburgers because nobody wants to eat raw meat tenderized in a saddlebag of a horse but i bet there are some hipsters doing it somewhere in America
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>>13220137
That makes no sense
"Authentic" just means food made in the style of that country
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>>13210486
Americanized chinese isn't too bad and actually has some variety to it.
Americanized mexican food is bland as shit though, still a guilty pleasure of mine but you're just eating tortilla, beef, and cheese/sour cream in different combinations.
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>>13220243
its commonly used interchangeably with traditional style when referring to recipes which means how it was made back in the old days. Language evolves and so do recipes, no reason to use a 200yo recipe when we now have access to more suitable ingredients.

Post pizza, talk about pizza, shitpost about pizza.
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>>13220201
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Pizza without sauce is still good.
Pizza without cheese is okay.
Pizza with neither is not okay.
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>>13220247
>not liking bread
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>>13220201
Pizza without meat is awesome. Pizza with sauerkraut is BEST.
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>>13220201
>La Settimana Enigmistica
based

looking for a paring and bread knife
currently thinking about Messermeister Merdidian paring knife, 1.4116 steel or a Misono Molybdenum paring knife, AUS-8 steel. Cost the same, look the same, same rockwell.
No thoughts on bread knife yet, maybe a Tojiro F-687
anyone have experience with the steels and recommendations around the 50-70€ mark each?

also, post your knifes!
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any recs for a decent chefs knife for someone just starting to learn to cook ?

thanks in advance
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>>13220136
Yes, get cheap ones in different shapes until you find one that fits you. Then if you actually get serious about cooking you can buy a similar one made with better materials.
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>>13220136

Safety handles are good. Get a cheapo to start.


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