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Why is thai red curry so fucking disgusting?
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>>18861409
May ploy pastes are really pretty good. >>18861430
Go get some dick, broseph. You get grumpy when you're cum starved.
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>>18853762
Because you're autistic
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>>18863794
>West Indies
Where it was introduced by the Anglo
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>>18863794
>and most importantly – UK
Jesus christ, you can't be serious.
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>>18863370
>>18863391
You need to fry the paste a little. Thais do it in a little coconut cream instead of cooking oil. Season with fish sauce and an equal amount of sugar.

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Thoughts on the Dilberito?
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Needs to come back in collaboration with Nathen Mazri as his next big food label, maybe it can be the successor to Scooby Eats whenever it goes the way of poor old Garfield.
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was dilbert a big deal back in the day? I remember reading it, but it was always the most boring of the newspaper comics.
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>>18865202
It was pretty popular. It even had a short lived TV show.
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"[t]he mineral fortification was hard to disguise, and because of the veggie and legume content, three bites of the Dilberito made you fart so hard your intestines formed a tail."
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>>18865227
>three bites of the Dilberito made you fart so hard your intestines formed a tail."
That sounds awesome

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Has anyone on /ck/ started their own food business?

I don't mean working as a dishpig in a restaurant, I mean selling your own bread at a farmers market, opening a shop or food truck, etc
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I opened a food truck. I serve tea and toast. You can have Raspberry/Strawberry/Plum/Apricot jam, honey, peanut butter, Marmite or a combination of the 2. All toast is buttered with real butter. I serve Earl Grey, English Breakfast and regular Ceylon.
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i have a dream of opening a wood fired pizza truck but the financials seem crazy hard to turn a livable wage unless you work years or have some kind of explosive viral growth that carries your brand
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>>18864564
same. I’m thinking about getting one of those small towable trailers and just doing farmers markets next year if possible
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>>18863444
How profitable is it?

Do you enjoy it?
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>>18862755
How was it?

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The eternal debate...
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>>18864586
woman moment
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>>18862623
Burrito is better food.
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Burrito, obviously. But stop putting lettuce in them, the shit just wilts and is nasty as fuck.
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>>18862623
Kebab is way better for you, burrito is made for ogres
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>>18864950
kebab is made for ogres too, mutt. at least with burritos they don't limit stuff due to muh religion so beaners win

Anyone here make their own protein bars?
Looking to save a little buying them I got some protein powder, isopure unflavored, I'm thinking something with some or all of these: Peanut butter/pb powder, peanuts, chocolate chips, oatmeal
cooked or uncooked is fine
Open to other suggestions
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>>18863346
I've used this recipe to make breakfast bars with leftover oats I had
https://youtu.be/BeIPRyUv1Lk
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>>18863626
Forgot pic
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Nah but I made protein quiches for a while.
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>>18864328
>quiches
hm that sounds interesting. recipe?
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>>18864386
Mostly winged it but I guess

>Milk 100ml
>Egg 1x-2x
>Quark (20%) 250g
>Protein 80g
>Konjak 8g (or some starch idk, but this is important because otherwise it's hard to swallow)

Season how you want, same goes for the ingredients, I usually used roasted ham, cheese cubes and onion. The konjak dampens flavors so you have to overseason a bit.

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Why hasn't food been solved yet?

Why is there a new fad diet every 6 months?
I know the real reason is Big Food and Big Pharma promote diets and supplements that make them the most margins, but aside from that, why hasn't food been solved? 21 centuries not enough to figure that out?
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>>18864369
this.
Why do you think people have been fasting for thousands of years?
It's not a matter of diet, it's a matter of input and output. If you are inputting more than you are outputting, you will have a net gain that builds up leading to fatness.
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>>18864417
Lmao the shill is very mad. He thinks he's the only one who knows how industry operates.

As I said, healthy food has been in vogue since the mid to late 2000s. Every new superfood that gets shilled is to make Big Food money on the margins, and food safety standards means they'd need to refresh their machinery every 10 years anyway.

Perhaps it is you who doesn't know what they're talking about.
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>>18864252
>>18864274
wrong. cope harder.
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>>18864185
Food has been solved. If you need to follow some kind of diet the problem isn't with food; it's with you (you're a little bitch).
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>>18865058
this

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I am getting bored of the usual chicken broth and such. Was wondering if putting a big chuck of uncooked chorizo in the pot while it steams the rice would be a good idea? Will the heat of the rice unironically cook the chorizo or will it be left half raw still and kill me?
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>>18863876
Get a wide pan.
Saute an assortment of vegetables.
Add some protein, chicken, pork, whatever, eggs won't work here.
Add some spices you want.
Brown the protein on each side.
Add rice, don't rinse it if you want the final sauce to be more creamy, stir constantly for 30 seconds to 1 minute.
Add a cooking liquid that isn't too thick, a combination of stock, wine, tomato puree, water or any other liquid could work, depending on what you like, milk probably won't work but you do you, add the recommended amount in the rice package.
Cover the pan and lower the heat.
It should take depending on how high or low you go around 20 minutes, just check after 15 minutes or so.
It goes without saying but salt to taste.
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>>18863876
use 50% mild red herrera salsa and 50% water to cook the rice with some additional chopped onion to make great spanish rice. or at least my dad called it spanish rice, might not be accurate

also, make risotto. I made mushroom and truffle risotto, seared a tri tip, then chopped up the tri tip and added it in at the end with the truffle oil. its fucking delicious
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>>18865148
>herrera salsa
What is that? According to google it doesn't exist.
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>>18863876
Add fermented tofu or laoganma to rice
Black vinegar is baller as well
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>>18865157
shit, i meant Herdez lol. Ive tried the recipe with all different kinds of salsa, good salsas, different heat levels or herdez, etc, and every time its been shit unless its mild red Herdez

Bloody Bitch Bastard Motherfucker
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WTF is this bitch’s problem?
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FUCK YOU SON OF BASTARD BENCHOD BITCH BLOOOOOOODY
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>>18864733
i love how perplexed the woman looks
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>>18864749
That guy at the start looks so distressed. He reminds me of the Vietnamese dude who was made to dance in Platoon before the did the whole village, man.
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I hate this guy.

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>>18864754
k groomer
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>>18864159
This or soft boiled. Like fucking gentlemen.
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>>18864155
Over Easy, because Im a little bitch.
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>>18865060
same lmao
but it's good
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Raw
With shell
Straight from the carton

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I'm going to live alone for the first time in my life. I decided to not buy a fridge and live entirely on food that doesn't need it. What are some essential, nutritious, delicious and cheap ingredients I can store? Willing to learn how to dehydrate food too.
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I've been living and eating pretty healthy without refrigeration, an oven, or a normal stove for about 6 years. dont listen to these morons. i just own a gas water heater. its not any more expensive if you actually think logically about what you buy, and buy in bulk. you just have to learn to not be a pussy little picky eater


protein source: bulk tuna cans (the mercury thing is a meme, dont even reply about that shit), canned chicken, whey, some from nuts, eggs (they dont need to be refrigerated)

main carbs: 100s of options here obviously

main fats: pb, nuts, again theres 100s of options here
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my breakfast: coffee, banana, bread with pb, eggs, tortilla, stuff like that

lunch: sandwich with tuna/eggs/mayo/mustard/all sorts of shit, or a ramen packet with tuna/egg, seaweed

dinner: instant potatoes, canned chicken, cucumber, apple, knorr pasta sides, maybe a sardines/oyster/clams can if i found them cheap
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>>18863917
grow your own sprouts or microgreens, its really fairly easy and very vitamin and nutrient dense. Sprouts are super easy, no soil required, all you need is a jar and a lid with air holes. Alfalfa sprouts, broccoli sprouts, pea shoots, buckwheat, fenugreek, clover, mustard, lentils, mung beans
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>>18864526
>the mercury thing is a meme
I don't think that's the case, judging from your post.
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>>18864526
>so neurotic he'd rather pay $4.40/lb for chicken than buy a cheap freezer, freeze meat and use the defroster on a microwave
>wants to call other people picky eaters
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>>18863917
You are going to give in to your autism and live a miserable life of fast food and fast food. Buy a fridge.

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We have a lot of Asian markets here in Houston, but my favorite is probably Hung Dong.
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thang be de
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>>18864610
we don't have any asian markets here in Bald Knob, AK
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>>18864846
Really? No Hung Dong in Bald Knob?
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>>18864866
we do have a Hard R Cafe though
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What's it like living in Houston? Do you have a train or buses? What's the Houstonian dream?

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Why isn't mac and cheese simple anymore?
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>>18862708
>toast and butter
People eat buttered toast because it's the quickest warm dish a person can make.
There's also a reason that people would rather pick a flavored bagel instead.
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>>18862466
Here's an easy recipe for you, pal.
>bring a pot of water to boil
>add as many macademia nuts as you want
>boil to desired consistency
>drain water, reserve macademia nuts
>add cheese
>mix
done, enjoy
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>>18862466
Some people just can't help themselves
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>>18862560
It's hard to imagine but there was a time when pasta was the exciting "ethnic food" of the day
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>>18862696
to each their own. i like it because you get a nice strong flavour all the while eating a much lighter version.

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>medium low
is this medium of the low, or low of the medium? either way my stove doesn't have this; it just numbers from 1 to 6. if my oven is able to tell me the temperature I'm heating it up to, then why can't my stove?
>cook until done
wow thanks, """recipe""".
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>a pinch of salt
>season to taste
>a hint of X
>cook until brown
>cook until done
I don't know what any of these mean, I need units
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>>18863362
>medium is 5-6
what’s wrong with you
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>>18863295
>>18863452
>>18863810
It just occurred to me. Why the fuck don't we just use the numbers. We definite the words with numbers anyway. Tf invent a system that literally just uses 1-10 in the first place... Cooking really activates caveman brain lust for archaic things
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>>18863475

Cooking is a sensory artform. You have to smell, taste, listen, look, and feel your way through it. You can know all the food science and chemical processes that are occurring but if you don't lean on your senses during the process you won't be able to cook properly. I know those with autism have a hard time interpreting sensory input but then again they should probably stay away from an artform that requires interpreting sensory cues from all five senses at once and stick to video games.
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>>18863295
>is this medium of the low, or low of the medium? either way my stove doesn't have this; it just numbers from 1 to 6. if my oven is able to tell me the temperature I'm heating it up to, then why can't my stove?
>turn stove to middle (medium) heat
>turn it a little lower than that
wa la

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Make it now
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>>18864842
>all that fat and oil
okay but im not following whatever the fuck you did
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That looks like a big sIop of shit
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>>18864842
>tomato
>cast iron
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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>>18864848
Looks good af to me.

>>18864842
My beef stew always has either tomato juice or hand crushed tomato, often both.
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>>18864975
Goyim aren't allowed to have iron in their diet. It makes them too uppity and energetic

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Sometimes I go in an Asian restaurant and they give me a soup that has noodles and a lot of foreign vegetables and something with a swirl on it shaped like a star.

This soup has an egg. I realized recently that I like this egg a lot. It is soft and somehow it's color got changed to brown.

I want to learn how to make this egg so I can make a lot of asian soup eggs and just eat the eggs.

How is this egg formed?
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>>18864029
lolwat
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>>18864055
>That looks nice.
It was made with love!

>>18864064
She livestreamed the process too, it was terrific.
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>>18863934
true, still better than weissman.
>>18864055
was probably slight differences in the marinade or leaving them longer, or maybe the actual egg, I think you can get yellower eggs from corn fed chickens.
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>>18863889
how many people give you free food? kinda based ngl
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>>18864108
The darker yolks are caused by higher omega 3 which usually results from pastured eggs. Conversely paler have lower omega 3 in the chicken diet.


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