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I want to up my cholesterol intake, /ck/, but I don't want to eat nothing but pickled eggs.

I've noticed some strange things working outside in the sun in terms of how I feel and how my body behaves, and I notice I've been craving butter. I've tried eating things with a lower concentration of butter, and things with a higher concentration of butter, and noticed the higher concentration items have a far superior satiety. The food in question is Aldis "butter" shortbread which is made with milk vs all butter shortbread from CO OP. The higher quality product requires around 1/5th the amount to satiate. I have a sneaking suspicion that it may be cholesterol that I am craving, but I want to eliminate the possibility of it simply being fat that's satiating me. At a glance eggs seem like my best option for this, but I cannot stomach cold eggs, they're foul to me.

Naturally I will be paying close attention to how my body behaves, watching for any chest pain, seeing how my eating patterns change. It is my hope I will be able to use this information to improve my diet long term.
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>>17873407
i agree anon, but i want to find out for sure.

>>17873394
now that is interesting, anon. how do you prefer your cod liver?
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>>17873009
Duck eggs have more than chicken. The ultimate source of cholesterol is brains. It has an absolute shitload.
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>>17873783
holy shit youre not kidding
not fucking around with brains though, i know the odds are low but prion disease is a hell of a way to die
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>>17873666
thinly spread it on a slice of dark rye or sourdough toast and sprinkle some flake salt and black pepper on top, sliced red onions, pickled peppers, cucumbers, onions or lemon juice are also good
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>>17873916
not a bad idea at all. anon. not bad.

>i tried so hard and got so far
>but in the end it doesn’t even matter
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>>17873910
Country girls make do B)

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Join us, Anon
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>>17873420
>3 trays
>5 burgers
???
how to divide it up?
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>>17873869
well actually it's 4 trays and one of the burgers will be swapped with pizza
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>>17873420
>*eats all the salad
bye
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>>17873420
why is it all yellow tinged?
are you cheating, anon? are you a fucking faker?
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>>17873463
Imagine being this upset over a meal

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Do you read the backs of bottles or other food packaging while you eat?

When I go to Chipotle, I always read the backs of the Tabasco bottles and it's just so damn satisfying while I'm stuffing my face. Curious how those particular bottles are never in grocery stores, though.

The recipe was:
1 cup brown sugar
5 cups 50% oat flour
2 1/2 - 3 teaspoons of baking powder
2 eggs
125g butter
Some cream

The cream and the butter taste fine. I thought it might be the baking powder, but I have made a small amount of pancakes with that much and they weren’t BITTER. I baked them on aluminum foil as I always do. Yes, they have semi-sweet chocolate chips but the cookie itself by itself tastes like shit. What was it?
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you added sugar
but did you add spice and everything nice?
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>>17871562
Huh, I actually came in this thread to ask something similar.
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>>17861254
your cookies look like shit mate

>>17861269
you sound like a woman
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>>17861254
>What was it?
No salt
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>>17873116
I did add salt, I just forgot to mention it. That wouldn't have made a difference though.
>>17873086
>your cookies look like shit mate
I agree.
>you sound like a woman
I make them often to eat as a snack, that's why I'm concerned about the sugar content.

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>/ck/ advocates flank steak as one of the tastiest cuts
>get intrigued
>cook it
>it's chewy and rubbery and not particularly tasty
What did I do wrong? I still have half a steak.
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>>17867000
I always make enchiladas with leftover flank.
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>>17869064
Wholesome pic.
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>>17865425
The mistake was eating beef. Pick a meat with taste, like pork, seafood, or poultry.
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>>17865425
Marinate it, cook it very quickly over high heat, always cut against the grain. I agree that it's overrated though.
/ourguy/ JP did a video about skirt steak and it'll work for flank just as good.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPsRVwNvorM
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>>17865425
Did you marinate it? Did you cut it against the grain? Flank makes good carne asada.

All his recipes are great. Even if you don’t like them you can alternatively throw something similar and change it up a bit.
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>>17871425
He's literally who I think of every time I hear the phrase "never trust a skinny chef"
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>>17873561
yeah same, would love to go to a cookout of his
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>>17873540
guys from Mississippi
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>>17873540
I was under the assumption that he moved to florida, yeah I remember his older videos with his flat backyard.
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>>17871425
is that Boogie?

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THATS MONEY DOOOD
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>>17873615
I agree that looks good
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>>17873615
uh... excuse me but that looks like food

Let's check our grinders edition. This thread is for all coffee related discussion and inquiries.

Pastebin (WIP)
https://pastebin.com/2WCB8DyH

Previous thread
>>17831761

It would be cool if we used this thread to check how constant and quality our grinders are. Pick related is an early test for my cheap one for cold brew after being sifted for fines. Its better to have more particles though.
https://coffeeadastra.com/2019/04/07/an-app-to-measure-your-coffee-grind-size-distribution-2/
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>>17872280
this
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>>17869545
used hotter water. Tastes better but doesn't really seem interesting. Oh well now I know just to buy directly from a local roaster
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Shit thread doesn't even deserve the coof
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>>17873626
*brap*
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dark roast + donut or gtfo

Visiting Greece for the first time. What are some dishes I have to try?
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>>17873720
man ass with mayonnaise
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Go to their McDonald's and report if it's any different
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Souvlaki
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>>17873729
It's more Greecey.
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Souvlaki Pita

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It's 'za night, post them
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>>17872731
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>>17873423
>>17873427
Well I've eaten a pizza now so hopefully it's ok. What would be the issues not being food grade at this heat do you think?
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>>17873762
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>>17873763
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>>17865768
Bottom right is calling my name. Nice work anon, well deserved (you)

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Got gifted a box of walnuts.

Wat do
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They freeze well
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>>17873787
I think he means based. But yeah I was gonna say make banana bread and brownies. You can experiment with toasting them before adding then to the batter.
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>>17873776
Stick them up your anus
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Crack'em, clean'em, blanch the meat, remove the skins and make that Georgian walnut sauce I forgot the name of.
Or make that Mexican walnut sauce I forgot the name of.
Or make walnut sweets and fudge.
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>>17873776
cherkez chicken

This package of ground beef was in my freezer for months. I didn’t realize it was there until yesterday and I put it down in the fridge.

I’ve heard that meat is good in the freezer in definitely. With this be good or is it spoiled? It’s been out in the fridge for one day
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>>17873462
... is your freezer set at fuckin -40?
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>>17872400
>>17872657
>>17872717
in Romania
1kg/ 2.2lbs,
pork: 18lei/ 3,6EUR/ 5CAD
beef: 31lei/ 6,3EUR/ 8,5CAD
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>>17868577
As long as you store it properly to avoid freezer burn I tend to keep stuff in there for a max of 1 year.
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>>17868580
>this nigga thinks meat is actually bright red naturally
The only reason the meat you get is bright red is because it's packaged with carbon monoxide.
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>>17868577
Sniff it and see. It should be fine.

Obligatory "unless your power went out for an extended period and you didn't notice it".

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>ooOoooOooooo diet is sooooOooOoooo complex i dont even know what id eat if I TRIED to lose weight
here's a pyramid for you, I know jormies love that. notice omega6 and table sugar and msg aren't present, meaning do not eat
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>>17873775
is this a joke? even his after picture is fat
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test
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>>17873814
Being "healthy" is for woman and faggots. I'm going to hack my darts, drink my coffee with cream and sugar and eat all the red meat I want because I work for a living
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>>17873775
>He put on a few more kilograms in subsequent years, but never became obese again.
https://archive.is/kQFSb
>>17873821
Are you autistic?
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>>17873814
>this is a lot of rationalization to justify eating sugar.
You're the only one here obsessed with sugar, dude. All I've had to eat today is a couple beers and a liverwurst sandwich. I'll have a few more beers over the day then probably have pork chops for dinner. This whole time I've specifically been saying that people shouldn't do more of the same shit that got them fat but some binge eating fad diet retard is going to stay fat even if he eats whole foods.

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As some of you might know 80% of olive oils on the market are scam. They are made using old, rotten, bad olives, they are over processed and most importantly they are mixed with other very bad oils like soy oil and other bad vegetable oils. Sometimes what you buy is 80% vegetable oil and 20% of over processed rotten olive oil. These oils end up being as bad as vegetable oils with all these points taken under consideration. Vegetable oils are one of the worst things you can cook with. Olive oil = good cholesterol, Vegetable oil = bad cholesterol. All of these elements increase inflammation of the gut, IBS, various digestion problems, cancer, bad cholesterol, stubborn fat, gyno and many other problems. This is well documented through many articles and studies online but not public knowledge.

Now which oils are you guys cooking with and do you personally know a good quality olive oil that you would recommend to everyone? If you have gyno, chances are you consume vegetable oil or scam olive oil regularly.
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>>17863901
>he doesn't have a greek gf who buys from a family friend olive farmer
sad!
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>>17872491
>psychosomatic = doesn't exist
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>>17872895
There is no physical disease that causes IBS. it happens when you think a food is going to give you gastrointestinal discomfort so it does. The brain and gut are connected with a lot of neurons and your digestion is influenced by your expectations about what you've eaten. I suspect for many people it originates when they eat a certain food at the same time they happen to be sick, constipated, or anxious for another reason, and then the brain permanently associates that food with gastrointestinal discomfort. It can be cured with hypnosis or meditation combined with exposure therapy.

For some proof of this you can check out the studies on coffee: as you know, caffeine makes you have to shit, and makes the shit more watery, whereas decaf has no such effect. If you put test subjects in a room with a bathroom and give them decaf but tell them it's regular coffee, they'll take more shits and more watery shits compared to a control group that knows they're drinking decaf. When the brain expects to have a watery shit it can literally just do it on command. And same for constipation, cramps, or whatever. This is essentially the mystery disease IBS.
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>>17863901
>he doesn't harvest his own olives and take them to the local olive mill to be pressed into oil
ngmi
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>>17863901
I mostly cook with organic grass-fed tallow that I render myself. I get the suet from a local farm run by a friendly old couple who I know I can trust. It's the healthiest thing you can cook with and it's super cheap since most people are dumb and think beef fat is bad for you. I also use local grass fed butter sometimes, especially for sauteing.

I used to cook with olive oil (and still do occasionally, especially when I do fish, since tallow mixed with fish is disgusting). However I came to the same conclusion you did, which is that unless you know exactly where and how your olive oil is produced you're taking a big gamble and it's just not worth it.




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