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Sugar craving solutions? by Fernand Point - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 03:37:41 EST ID:/c0Kv1Pv No.149672 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have problems sleeping and often get late night cravings for food that consume my entire existence.

So my dumb ass got in the habit of getting those cheap (2$) "happy hour (2-5am on weekdays) shakes form steak and shake as a way to satisfy my tubby ass and silence the all consuming hunger. Well initially it was a nice treat once in a while, but I'm at a point now where it's like the clock strikes 2 and I'm ravenous, and can't get that damn dairy sugar slop off my fucking mind.

I actually managed to drive by the steak and shake today, getting some frozen (no sugar added) fruit, and it actually did the trick quite nicely.

I want to start cutting sugar out, but I still get these moments where nothing really seems to satisfy quite like sugar does. I'm nowhere near fat yet, which is why I've been letting myself go like this, but it's about time to reign in this bullshit in favor of a better lifestyle.

Do you guys have any suggestions for foods I could use to satisfy my cravings without completely bombing my system with sugar?
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Lancelot de Casteau - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 16:20:00 EST ID:tUKaYfoT No.149684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm sorry that celery hurt you, you'll get through this
Chef Wan - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 18:28:59 EST ID:lZ5xL3Np No.149686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm just saying the transition from milkshake to celery would be like transitioning from heroin to aspirin.
Marcus Samuelsson - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 01:53:44 EST ID:+cdye1tt No.149694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Kombucha has a bunch of BS pseudoscientific health benefits but it is much lower in sugar than a shake or soda. A bottle of the stuff I get is like 2 grams per serving (2 servings per bottle) A bottle of coke has 39 grams of sugar, by comparison. It's pricey though because of the health marketing, so I don't buy it often.

You could also just drop some lemon/orange slices in a pitcher of water to give it a little bit of flavor. It's not going to be nearly as sweet as a shake though. Infused water is another thing people write a bunch of BS health blogs about, but at the end of the day it's tasty and has virtually no calories. Tea with a moderate amount of sugar, or even another sweetener, would still be better for you than shakes.

Sugar snap peas are a nice sweet snack, frozen grapes are great too. A pretty filling/easy savory meal is to just toast a piece of bread and top it off with a spreadable cheese, herbs, tomato, and a little bit of oil, salt, and pepper. That's an easy lunch/midnight meal.

Homemade crepes are easy, and as long as you have some portion control there's no reason you can't make them from time to time. Eat them with fruit and creme if you prefer something sweet, eat them with eggs, herbs, and some meat/veggies if you want something savory.
Julia Child - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 04:04:43 EST ID:TAI8xFSU No.149696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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the solution for a sugar craving is sugar. don't deny the sweetness.
Georges Blanc - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 13:23:59 EST ID:14ZUQYLi No.149697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
protein and fibre help with this. but it works more like an addiction as well so you have to distract yourself

Secret thread by Michel Bras - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 22:20:50 EST ID:YF4ShnCr No.149498 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Go to your nearest Mcdonalds and buy a mcchicken and ask for a caramel packet. Report back for more.
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Eric Ripert - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 19:17:28 EST ID:2EOct5Q5 No.149687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Quetzalcoatl pls cum to my rescue and ban these cheeky kunts m8
Chef Wan - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 19:24:28 EST ID:lZ5xL3Np No.149688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If my post ends in 88 you get the ban for being a tardy.

Lurk more
Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 22:37:25 EST ID:2EOct5Q5 No.149689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The Bacon King: 1/2 lb of beef, 6 strips of bacon, 4 slices of cheese by Rick Moonen - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 23:17:57 EST ID:QFxh4zM5 No.149645 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just learned of this today. Has anyone tried it yet? I'm not sure if I hate myself enough to eat that much fast food in one sitting, but god damn do I love bacon cheeseburgers. Firsthand accounts from those that are not morbidly obese would be preferred.
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Chuck Hughes - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 11:25:32 EST ID:gW6dJK4I No.149650 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just shove it in your grease hole you sloppy bucket of dumps
Alex Guarnaschelli - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 13:13:20 EST ID:Wl1c3kZA No.149651 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Healthy weight guy here, It probably tastes like a shitty fast food hamburger. I'm sure the bacon isn't very good.
Wolfgang Puck - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 13:38:56 EST ID:ye1axxHw No.149652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Marc Veyrat - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 16:44:34 EST ID:vBMcQhlW No.149653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
like, considering it could even be called "bacon". Its much the same way chicken nuggets somehow get away with not putting quotation marks around the "chicken". oh and the "cheese", and "bread". i mean...heh...its all just total fucking garbage. its 100% illegitimate, quasi-food made of the kind of stuff which should lead to it being a fraction of the price of what it really is

and people say fast food is cheap - affordable. for what youre getting, youre overpaying.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 21:45:21 EST ID:s25hNZ2t No.149659 Report Quick Reply
Wendy's has the Baconator though I guess this one is bigger. There's not really a Burger King too close to where I live but I wouldn't mind trying the Whopperito and Cheetos Chicken Fries.

Let's put a hole in the sun by Michel Guérard - Thu, 18 Aug 2016 08:15:57 EST ID:4xWeyd1o No.148451 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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/nom/, I need the help of your best scientists.

I find I am no longer satisfied with mortal Macaroni & Cheese and wish to assemble a mac and cheese worthy of the gods, nay that the gods are not worthy of.

How do I pull this off?
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Art Smith - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 03:34:26 EST ID:9HW7iWGy No.149550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you have the means try different cheeses. Has associate who worked for a catering company, where it was just I warehouse where dozens of companies
did there thing. At times got so many varieties.
Jules Gouffé - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 17:51:15 EST ID:nOIawgdH No.149625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Make it with bacon bits in. Use a smoked cheese (bavarian or applewood) plus something else but importantly, make the cheese sauce in the pan you fried the bacon in without washing it inbetween; use the bacon fat as the base for the roux.
You also need to add jalapenos at the end for an edge, else it's too rich.
That's all I can tell you; I can't give away all my secrets here.
Wolfgang Puck - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 01:17:20 EST ID:GzSuhlcl No.149632 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can also pull a Heston, and make a lime or lemon jelly that you cube into tiny little cubes and add to it for extra richness-cutting acidity (like he did with his mash).

But when you reach that level you are getting dangerously sexual about your food, and not everyone feels comfortable with that.
Thomas Edwards - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 01:50:56 EST ID:/ucM9D/p No.149634 Ignore Report Quick Reply
As others have suggested, try different cheeses and meats. Bacon is great depending on the cut, although I'd just buy some brats and dice those up. Add some hotsauce! The dairy will make it more mild but holy shit spicy mac n cheese is the best.

Cheese is totally subjctive. I like a sharp cheddar with some type of gouda but the world is your oyster. I think next time I make some ill use that combo the sprinkle some feta on top.

To add crunchy texture, if that's your thing, it doesn't fucking matter what you use. Personally I'm not a fan of panko in this case, but really just use whatever you have on hand or is super cheap.

I like adding veggies to my mac n cheese, namely onion, garlic, and some type of green. A little bit of spinach is fucking dope, as it is pretty mild but nutritious.

Really this is a dish that can always be tweaked and improved to your liking so go balls out and enjoy it
Thomas Edwards - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 01:52:34 EST ID:/ucM9D/p No.149635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Which is to say, if someone's like "ur doin it wrong" then tell them to fuck off because it's hard to find a wrong way to make mac n cheese

Cooking with peanut butter by Curtis Stone - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 09:29:26 EST ID:glR+fb0y No.149572 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Recipes? Ideas?

NOT cookies, cakes, sweets or sandwiches.

Nutritious, wholesome, healthy meals, salads or snacks. Preferably salty, that's what I'm looking for.

Combinations with fruit also ok. Novel, I tire from combining it with bananas.

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Bernard Loiseau - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 11:07:52 EST ID:aQjrRJUd No.149582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When I wasn't as lazy and still cooked, I used to make this peanut sauce for my homemade damprangs.

It was something like:
peanut butter
rice vinegar (not the flavored sweet shit, just plain)
hot sesame oil
soy sauce
black pepper
sesame seeds

If you play around with the measurements, you might just find heaven.
Heston Blumenthal - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 16:03:06 EST ID:ERAtxn4y No.149586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
add a tablespoon to miso ramen broth. just try it.
Charles Durand - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 16:35:13 EST ID:glR+fb0y No.149589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ooh, Iove you /nom/! Great ideas! I will be trying them out for sure. I initially asked because I wanted ideas for myself, but...

My dad, who lives in another country, just messaged me this morning that he's feeling better health-wise, and will be able to come to spend the next week with me at my place as we planned, before a pinched nerve his spine started causing him pain and numbness in one of his legs and brought his trip into question. He's 61, so he's just starting to get usual, age-related heath problems, which he opened up to me on Skype he finds hard to accept, and scares him shitless. He even cried.

So while he's here, I want to indulge him as much as I can. He's the one who got me hooked up on peanuts, peanut butter, cooking in general, as well as eating well and exercising. (He was also the role model for my alcoholism and weed abuse.)

I give exactly 0 fucks if you think this is a sob story not belonging to /nom/.
I just want to insert happiness and wellbeing in the form of peanut butter through their mouths into 2 people - my dad and me.
Michel Roux Jr. - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 14:32:37 EST ID:8sq3cTK1 No.149616 Ignore Report Quick Reply

peanut utter topside oven baked, 4 crisp on rice
Caesar Cardini - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 19:37:10 EST ID:glR+fb0y No.149628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What? I don't understand.

Please detail method of preparation and cooking.

Egg Appreciation thread by Lidia Bastianich - Thu, 15 Sep 2016 14:30:30 EST ID:9kvbtqFQ No.149150 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Fresh, store bought. Fried, scrambled. Over easy, sunny side up. Hard boiled, soft boiled. It's all good.

Put 'em in a salad. Put 'em on a sandwich. Hell, put 'em on a pizza if you wish.

Pour salsa on them. Eat them with hot sauce.


It's EGGS, motherfucker. And they're delicious.
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Raymond Oliver - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 21:32:02 EST ID:/ucM9D/p No.149600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What the flying fuck is a handful of minutes? You can't measure time like that IT'S NOT LIMES ALTHOUGH I KNOW THE WORD IS CLOSE
Alexis Soyer - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 21:34:26 EST ID:gW6dJK4I No.149602 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Maybe he counts minutes on his hands
Madame Mérigot - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 16:23:41 EST ID:9kvbtqFQ No.149620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Or maybe I don't actually count how long I keep them in the pan for? I just kind of look at them and note when to flip them / take them out based on how done they are.

Clearly, "a handful of minutes" was never meant to be an accurate time measurement, you pedantic fuck. Just trying to illustrate that they don't take very long to cook.
Pierre Wynants - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 16:55:07 EST ID:W8Fzv/lV No.149622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well yeah. clearly. but mayyyybe the whole lack of specificity was the whole point? but lets not talk about that now, youre clearly in a bad place madame merigot, you seem to have left your sense of humour at whichever encounter that has left you so irritable. i suggest you retrace your steps and come to terms with it

good luck. we all hope for the best.
Thomas Edwards - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 20:26:06 EST ID:/ucM9D/p No.149629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Clearly I was joking and you should chill the fuck out, hombre. I think you'll feel better after eating some eggs

Conspiracies by Wylie Dufresne - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 14:25:49 EST ID:asNz/EKv No.149556 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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People are being poisoned,infected,numbed,crippled and balded by the shampoo,beverages and food.
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Michel Bras - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 16:28:20 EST ID:1DSbiJ9v No.149557 Ignore Report Quick Reply

This board is for food discussion

Overdoing it by Jean-Georges Vongerichten - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 01:28:26 EST ID:glR+fb0y No.149163 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Dark chocolate contains up to 70% darkness.

I should not have eaten this much.
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Rashma Beharry - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 04:14:35 EST ID:TAI8xFSU No.149476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
got a thing of cacao nibs right now. i've tried them in yogurt, and blended into drinks but the only way to get any flavor out of them is to just chew them directly and they taste like 100% pure darkness and get stuck in your teeth.
Marie Troisgros - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 06:29:25 EST ID:A9WrjYgK No.149477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nah, I get a cheaper tescos own brand. But if Lindt isn't on offer while it is nicer it's not "pay twice as much" nicer. When I treat myself I do it properly. I may buy some fancy chocolate next weekend I think.
Raymond Oliver - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 12:11:09 EST ID:9kvbtqFQ No.149479 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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François Vatel - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 14:11:33 EST ID:glR+fb0y No.149482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dark chocolate is dark, oh yeah
Rachael Ray - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 22:39:20 EST ID:wUuC0Ngw No.149485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
roast them/toast them/ cook them in oil

Froot by Chen Kenichi - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 07:25:47 EST ID:pjr6vuj9 No.149169 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are you top 5 fruits?

>1. Durian
>2. Mango
>3. Banana
>4.Coconut (not just for the flesh, but the water and the fact it has be used for oil too)
>5. Kiwi
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Michel Bras - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 18:40:41 EST ID:D+2jg9mQ No.149440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>2 top fruits are incorporated in diet like vegetables
You don't actually like fruit, don't you, Melissa?
Keith Cholewinski - Sat, 08 Oct 2016 10:58:52 EST ID:xKJ8htPC No.149472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yo nigga if im being honest id have to put tomato up there too because its such a versatile fruit
Raymond Oliver - Sat, 08 Oct 2016 22:51:12 EST ID:9kvbtqFQ No.149475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Tomatoes a good fruit. If you don't have tomato on your list you're doing it wrong.
Michael Symon - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 12:21:48 EST ID:UzI08M68 No.149480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
anyone that can eat raw tomatoes like an apple aren't to be trusted and has no taste
François Vatel - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 14:18:24 EST ID:glR+fb0y No.149483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No. No, NO, No. No, u just don't have sweet, juicy, tasty tomatoes at your disposal.

Judge your food supply before you judge other people's food preferences.

BOOZE by Michel Bras - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 15:34:49 EST ID:/D5zUt0l No.149365 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can we have a thread on booze? Not a /hooch/ thread about getting schnackered, more like, making your own alcohol. That counts as cooking, right?
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Toshiro Kandagawa - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 12:40:52 EST ID:qUtNUAD6 No.149420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It was a joke. /drank/ has a lot of threads about drinking mouthwash and vanilla extract.
Jules Gouffé - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 12:44:03 EST ID:gW6dJK4I No.149421 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I still refuse to call that board /drank/
Ettore Boiardi - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 21:12:33 EST ID:nV6A6O8Z No.149430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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And a day later you can see the fermentation at work with that nice foamy krauzen on top
Ettore Boiardi - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 21:15:42 EST ID:nV6A6O8Z No.149431 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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And here's a pic of that Belgian pale ale from earlier, which we tapped yesterday
Antonin Carême - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 22:34:44 EST ID:45bYG2yR No.149433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
looks niiiiice

grandma's cooking by Michel Bras - Wed, 21 Sep 2016 12:19:46 EST ID:2By+xq4N No.149267 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What did your grandma used to cook back in the motherland?
What traditional meals do you remember her for, if any?
Pic unrelated
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Jean-Baptiste Troisgros - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 16:36:52 EST ID:ZIxMTZ62 No.149328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
None of that matters. People know what you're referring to when you say "Yugoslavia."

If you want to play the pedantry game someone could just as easily get butthurt about people saying "America" and "Americans" when what they mean is "The United States of America" and "Citizens of the United States of America." Technically anyone from any a North or South American country is an American.
Marco Pierre White - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 18:30:18 EST ID:D+2jg9mQ No.149329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Gaaaah. Should've just wrote 'the Balkans' if I knew their lot of you were going to react this way.
Now shut up and get back to talking about food.
Michel Guérard - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 18:42:33 EST ID:WQ/CxazF No.149330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>People know what you're referring to when you say "Yugoslavia."
I don't think >>149318 did.

Anyway, this is a retarded discussion to be having but we'll go into it anyway.
>If you want to play the pedantry game someone could just as easily get butthurt about people saying "America" and "Americans" when what they mean is "The United States of America"
No, no you couldn't. Someone could not just as easily get butthurt over that since America/USA still exsits and is "America" is commonly used shorthand for citizens of the united states. Yugoslavia and the USSR no longer exist, thus describing people as from "Yugoslavia" or from the "USSR" would be incorrect. It would be like describing your grandparents cuisine to be "13 colonial" or some shit. Furthermore, Yugoslavia was an uneasy union of ex Austrio-Hungarian territory that got bundled up and squeezed out by the Russians to act as a Union state for the slavs. Slavs are ethnically, religiously, and culturally diverse. Somewhere like Macedonia barely saw freedom from Turkish/Ottoman influence for hundreds of years whereas Slovenia and Croatia had more Venitian influence as well as the Austro-Hungarians who controlled them for hundreds of years. The point I'm trying to make here (which I made >>149324 is that trying to describe cuisine as "Yugoslavic" doesn't make much sense.

I mean, the fact that these guys were butchering each other over the union should be a testiment to the fact that "Yugoslavia" was never really meant to exist, let alone be used as a term to describe cuisine. Like seriously just go with "Balkan" and avoid any mention of dead economic unions.
Toshiro Kandagawa - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 20:02:41 EST ID:D+2jg9mQ No.149331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Like seriously just go with "Balkan" and avoid any mention of dead economic unions.
Michel, I'm pretty old. I was born and raised Yugo. Avoiding it in a thread specifically about childhood is impossible. I dind't even think about it, it was a natural description. Hence the surprise and regret about the reactions. In fact, avoiding mentioning Yugoslavia at all would be avoiding half my lifetime on this planet.

You, and others, are politicizing my childhood food memories. Stop it. It's Balkans. It's Alpha Centaury. It's Middle Earth. It's whatever you want it to be now, today. But it's my story. And I get to name things in my story.
Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 17:08:18 EST ID:DyDyzJnz No.149426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Clam chowder, motherfuckers. My grandfather was a first generation immigrant, but he could make a chowder better than any yankee (swamp or otherwise).

Your health is your wealth, and the first step to a healthy lifestyle is through a healthy diet by YakuiWiggly - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 01:33:47 EST ID:iruT+ece No.149237 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Got any food nutrition hacks? I've been listening to an AM talk host at night for the last month or so and he's always harping on the benefits of dark green leafy vegetables, fish, eggs, etc...

Got any nutritious food protips?
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Seymour Karp - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 23:18:17 EST ID:IkSlsqc1 No.149395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yall niggas need science
Antonin Carême - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 05:09:37 EST ID:D+2jg9mQ No.149396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Justified informed judgement is justified.

Unjustified anger at other people's misinformed judgements is unjustified.
Antonin Carême - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 05:29:45 EST ID:D+2jg9mQ No.149397 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I need no science to do the thing every living creature since the unicellular common ancestor of us all did, and every other of its offspring millennia after millennia, leading to you, me, my dog, the tick on my dog, the grass we stepped on, and the escherichia in my bum did.
Pierre Cubat - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 22:19:45 EST ID:mFuEqNat No.149407 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Western diets often lack fiber and potassium. There aren't any ultradense sources of these two nutrients -- high concentrations of potassium are extremely bitter and cytotoxic, while eating 20 grams of fiber in a meal is obviously impractical. You need more potassium and fiber than any other micronutrients, but less than macros (carb, fat, protein). In other words, there's no "kale" for potassium.

They're generally found in fresh vegetables and fruits but tend to be lost during processing -- skins and rinds are discarded, and potassium, which is highly soluble, is lost during boiling and soaking when the liquid is discarded. Not always, of course.

But there's a case to be made for eating whole fruits and vegetables throughout the day -- thry contain things we often overlook.
Pierre Cubat - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 22:46:29 EST ID:mFuEqNat No.149409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh, and because someone will want a source:

>The 2004 guidelines of the Institute of Medicine specify an RDA of 4700 mg of potassium for adults,[21] based on intake levels that have been found to lower blood pressure, reduce salt sensitivity, and minimize the risk of kidney stones. However, most Americans consume only half that amount per day.[22] Similarly, in the European Union, particularly in Germany and Italy, insufficient potassium intake is widespread.

Google is your friend. Potassium protects against hypertension and heart disease -- on its own, it may explain many surprises of the surprising effectiveness of diets based on nutritionist voodoo -- it gets people to eat their vegetables.

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