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- Mon, 09 Sep 2019 07:00:51 EST Cmqp6ycP No.4903107
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Tried one day a week without meat? it's not as bad as you think to go meatless.
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CedricBlumbletutch.vm - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 08:10:45 EST BbT0AJ3o No.4903115 Reply
Yes I have eaten vegetables before. nb
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Link Shitrider - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 08:50:39 EST zw/s72J3 No.4903135 Reply
>>4903107

Why Monday. Monday is the first day of the week, you feel shit cause you have to work again. Treat yourself to some meat. Why not Tuesday or Thursday?
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Mr. Bean - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 09:11:41 EST RKOZfxbo No.4903141 Reply
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Been trying to do this more, less meat eating is good for the planet, but I won't phase it out entirely, just hopefully eventually move onto raising/growing my own livestock/food sources and maybe hunting a bit. Eating other animals is something natural, it's part of the general cycle of life. Sustainability is what our planet needs right now, not some economic ideology fueled by the idea of infinite growth. We don't have the capabilities f that yet, maybe when we reach the stars and other planets, but I don;t think capitalism works. Fuck this thread turning political though, I just think eating a wider range of foods is good, and going meatless some meals or days is a good way to do that.
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Gray Maynard - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 05:52:30 EST 922TGvlX No.4903443 Reply
>>4903107
eating meat everyday is ridiculous if it's over 100g if you ask me. Unless you are like some legit carnivore dude, but then you have to eat so much fat that it sickens me just to consider it. Anyway over 200g of lean meat every single day and you are digging yourself a grave that will take super human will to dig yourself out of, which most likely means you will never do it and suffer the consequences for the rest of your life. Well if you are training like bruce lee and don't overdo it with the calories, I can still see a possibility to utilize it all and not get clogged up acidic and burdened by all the waste and unnecesary work needed to process all that, but how likely is that. (this is not even taking into account the sad quality of meat most people choose to consume). If you wonder what I personally do it's alternating months of completely animal free and months of intense exercise with 100g of premium salmon species caviar per day (which is a ton actually at least in my body) with occasional 50g of raw grassfed liver.
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Juggler Ebenezer - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 06:36:14 EST Rk+1onzu No.4903453 Reply
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>>4903443
I agree that most don't need that much protein. Unused protein is just wasted.
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Nicholas Gammercocke - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 08:04:54 EST xIvA5Qzu No.4903469 Reply
>>4903443
I barely eat meat except once a week when I cook up two 250g steaks.
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Beauty Wesley - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 10:35:05 EST c3C1ZBKs No.4903486 Reply
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Meatless EVERYDAY in this bitch.
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EdwardChumblewater.png - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 13:38:47 EST Sw4EF+pD No.4903554 Reply
I love the taste of meat and I live in at the edge of a food desert surrounded by a cartoonishly middle American suburban sprawl. Vegetarian options are few and far between and usually involve cooking or are just burger king. For the last few months I have been having nightmares when I eat meat. I feel sad for animals. I haven't eaten meat this week and feel fine. This feels like a mid life crisis but am just rolling with it, not going to start eating fried party hats though.
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Beauty Wesley - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 13:52:55 EST c3C1ZBKs No.4903562 Reply
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>>4903554
I used to think that I love the taste of meat too, then I realised that what I loved was the super sophisticated seasoning. It's actually pretty hard to make meat taste good. Anything can taste good with the amount of seasoning that people put on meat.

But I can absolutely relate with what you're going through, shit sucks. I live in a country where eating meat is considered to be a necessary pleasure in life, and people make some obscenely good steaks in here. It was pretty challenging in the beginning to completely cut my meat consumption. Now I know so many good vegetarian/vegan places to eat and so many amazing vegetarian recipes that I don't miss eating meat at all.
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Britani Knight - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 13:56:28 EST zCccvJSg No.4903565 Reply
>>4903562
>It's actually pretty hard to make meat taste good
Maybe if you're a shitty cook. When I'm cooking a piece of meat I pretty much just use salt and maybe pepper, and not even that much. Tastes great every time.
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Martha Buckleshaw - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:02:58 EST w3/BkVun No.4903567 Reply
>>4903562
>It's actually pretty hard to make meat taste good
What. What kind of garbage meat are you eating?
Just frying it in a good cast iron with some butter is amazing.
Had some leftover chunk of lamb roast at one point, fried it in a pan until brown and then boiled together with noodles as an amazing snack. One of the tastiest things I've eaten. No spices needed whatsoever.

I mean I can relate to the not wanting to systematically enslave entire species under super shitty conditions and then murdering them, kinda enacting what we put in movies as the most terrible thing that could happen to a species (e.g. War of the Worlds), but calling meat hard to make tasty is just ludicrous. Cast iron, butter, heat. Tasty.
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PokéManiac Augustus - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:03:34 EST aSG9OcTE No.4903569 Reply
>>4903562
>It's actually pretty hard to make meat taste good
Tell that to my Ribeye, or my grilled chicken.
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Raymundo VonRibbentropp - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:05:07 EST asL8bKG/ No.4903570 Reply
>>4903569
It's like this:
>I don't know how to use tools and don't want to learn so I watched a Tasty video and put chicken thighs in a crock pot once and thought, hey, why is this chicken even here? It could be cauliflower.
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Ebenezer Dushlore - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:06:22 EST cxpilczL No.4903571 Reply
>>4903562

this nigga doesnt even know about mallard reaction

as to OP, yes i go without meat one or two days a week.
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Beauty Wesley - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:14:22 EST c3C1ZBKs No.4903572 Reply
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>>4903565
>>4903567
>>4903569

If it's a really high quality steak then sure, I guess. But if it's a less expensive cut you gotta spend a million years taking the cartilage off the meat as well as other nasty connective tissues or whatever it's called. I don't know, maybe the cheap meat in your countries is less bad than the cheap meat in my country.
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Miles Edgeworth - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:32:49 EST c+nfNo41 No.4903576 Reply
>>4903572
>gotta spend a million years taking the cartilage off the meat as well as other nasty connective tissues or whatever it's called
Unless you're using dull, shitty knives it takes five minutes.
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Menon - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:38:22 EST 2beGeGYk No.4903582 Reply
>>4903572
>But if it's a less expensive cut you gotta spend a million years taking the cartilage off the meat as well as other nasty connective tissues or whatever it's called.
You're cutting off the flavor, then wondering why it's flavorless. Boneless, skinless chicken breast is difficult to get to taste good. Most other meat is delicious. I'm not even a big meat eater. I have meat about half of the week, and it's always the easiest to make taste good.

Those are some dank shrooms
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Beauty Wesley - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:43:30 EST c3C1ZBKs No.4903584 Reply
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>>4903576
five minutes that I could spend jacking off to teen tiddies.
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Charles Bolton - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:46:02 EST nJkrco7e No.4903585 Reply
>>4903576
yeah turns out people who can't afford fancy cuts of meat generally can't afford great knives either.
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Martha Buckleshaw - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:47:38 EST w3/BkVun No.4903586 Reply
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>>4903584
Woah there, no need to bring out the CP just cause we talking meat.
Also >>4903572
>less bad than the cheap meat in my country
What is that country?
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Miles Edgeworth - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:52:41 EST c+nfNo41 No.4903587 Reply
>>4903585
You don't need great knives, you need a knife that isn't a dull or microserrated piece of shit, which you should be using anyway because dull knives are more dangerous than sharp ones. Cheap knives can be sharpened easily and cheaply.

Also, "great" knives don't even cost that much, when you take longevity into account. You can get a fantastic blade that will last you a lifetime for around $100.
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Moleman Manyblunts - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:55:02 EST KWxeFJJF No.4903588 Reply
>>4903587
>pretending poor people can drop $100 on a knife out of the blue
Jesus Christ middle class entitlement strikes again
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Miles Edgeworth - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:58:19 EST c+nfNo41 No.4903589 Reply
>>4903588
Oh grow up you whiny bitch, I provided that as an FYI. Read the post again if your tiny brain can handle that without overheating and you'll see I specifically said

>You don't need great knives, you need a knife that isn't a dull or microserrated piece of shit

You can easily trim meat with whatever ten cent piece of 440 stainless garbage you bought at the dollar store, it just needs to be sharp
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Beauty Wesley - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:01:18 EST c3C1ZBKs No.4903592 Reply
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>>4903582
But cartilage is all rubbery and feels like you're chewing on a small tumor, at least that's how I feel about cartilage on red meat, I don't remember how it feels on white meat. Also, arteries also have a really nasty feel when you chew them.

>>4903586
19 year olds are still teens, you know.

>What is that country?

Brazil
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Eddy Gordo - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:03:52 EST hXGNM03L No.4903595 Reply
>>4903589
>Oh grow up you whiny bitch
He's supposed to grow up because he has a better grasp on the working class's ability to spend on fancy knives than you do?
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Martha Buckleshaw - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:04:15 EST w3/BkVun No.4903596 Reply
>>4903588
Well he never implied it would be out of the blue though? That's you putting words in his mouth.
One can save up, for a great cutting experience the rest of his life.
And honestly you don't even need to step up that far. Spending $25 rather than $9 will make a huge difference. As long as you spend some extra for some sharpening tools.
>>4903589
To be fair though it does read like that's the price-range you're talking about, if you read it as one segment rather than two seperate. I didn't spot your actual intended meaning before rereading with what you said now in mind.
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Miles Edgeworth - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:08:36 EST c+nfNo41 No.4903599 Reply
>>4903595
He's supposed to exercise a modicum of reading comprehension skills instead of cherry picking the least important facet of the entire post just to find something to be butthurt about. You should try it yourself sometime.
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Martha Buckleshaw - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:23:43 EST w3/BkVun No.4903609 Reply
>>4903592
>19 year olds are still teens, you know
Yeah sure but,
13 ↻ 17 ⇒ 5
18 ↻ 19 ⇒ 2
5:2 illegal to legal teens.
So when you say teens, partyvan thinks hello sir person.

What is even the legal age in Brazil?
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Moleman Manyblunts - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:23:44 EST KWxeFJJF No.4903610 Reply
>>4903599
>>4903589
>>4903596
triggered shills come out of the woodwork realizing they understand nothing of people beneath their "status" and are completely out of touch like most libertarians
>like, just work harder bro! pull yourself up by your bootstraps so you can buy more frivolous shit like me!!
"foodies" are always secretly classists
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Miles Edgeworth - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:34:13 EST c+nfNo41 No.4903616 Reply
>>4903610
>REEEEEEEE ONLY BOURGEIOS CAN AFFORD CUTTING TOOLS I CUT EVERYTHING WITH A DULL STONE
You've permanently damaged your brain with internet politics to the point where you're not capable of even having a discussion because you're too busy building an army of strawmen to even read what you're responding to. You're not even worth my time, user ignored.
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Charles Bolton - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:37:18 EST nJkrco7e No.4903619 Reply
>>4903616
A significant number of working class people can barely afford the time to cook properly or learn to cook properly, let alone buy decent knives or buy shitty knives then learn what a whetstone is and how to use one. Don't act like those cheap knife sharpening things you can get do anything more than slowly fuck up the blade. Plenty of people just buy frozen, pre-chopped stuff in a bag and put that in the oven.
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Beauty Wesley - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:39:47 EST c3C1ZBKs No.4903620 Reply
>>4903609
believe it or not, the age of consent is 14 here in Brazil. Ain't that crazy
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CarolineWibblebury.dic - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:39:47 EST 5h0NnKL6 No.4903621 Reply
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A lot of you guys seem incredibly sober today

Here's some vegetarian pasta I made a while back because I forgot to defrost any chicken so I used fried paneer for protein and a similar mouth feel
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Martha Buckleshaw - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:51:52 EST w3/BkVun No.4903627 Reply
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>>4903620
>believe it or not
15 here, actually right at that age I got sexually active too. If you don't understand what sex is/entails by that point I doubt you ever will.
A friend got started at 13 though (same aged GF), felt a bit strange hearing that. Just a vague gut feeling that it was too early. Lost years of innocence.
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Miles Edgeworth - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 15:52:44 EST c+nfNo41 No.4903628 Reply
>>4903619
>Don't act like those cheap knife sharpening things you can get do anything more than slowly fuck up the blade
Yeah, it fucks up the blade, but provides a sharp edge and costs almost nothing. You should only use it with cheap knives because you're going to have to replace the knife eventually anyway, in the mean time you have a sharp blade that can be used safely.

>A significant number of working class people can barely afford the time to cook
Pork chop and veggies in a pan. Takes 30 minutes and requires almost no thought or effort, very economical. You can save time on chopping veggies by buying the frozen stuff you already mentioned. Pork chops take about 8-12 minutes depending on thickness. Learn by doing, you'll get better as you go.

Or, if you're really poor you can do a bunch of meal prep one day a week and just eat that. Those cheap cuts of meat we were talking about earlier lend themselves very well to this sorry if thing. I did that when I was broke and was able to feed myself for $10 a week and all I had to do during the work week was reheat the food I'd made.
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Miles Edgeworth - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 16:01:08 EST c+nfNo41 No.4903630 Reply
>>4903628
Also, while I'm thinking about cheap knives: I've found three-packs of paring knives at Dollar stores that are actually really sharp out of the box. They're made with shitty 440 stainless so they don't keep an edge long, but while they're sharp they work a treat. Use it for a few weeks or months until it turns to shit and then throw it away or repurpose it. Nb
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Gabriel Gonzaga - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 16:02:27 EST jf+M45j5 No.4903631 Reply
>>4903619
>A significant number of working class people can barely afford the time to cook properly or learn to cook properly

lol what a bunch of total shit. That's how I learned best how to cook was when I was in grad school and making no money -- it forces you to make use of every single ingredient you have.

What I remember seeing, however, was other people I knew who were as "poor" as I was, and yet they ordered ubereats every single fucking night. Hmmm...
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William Clapperton - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 16:07:52 EST JAabUWi9 No.4903634 Reply
>>4903631
>student pretends he knows what being poor is
classic middle class entitlement. PROTIP: If your mommy can bail you out of trouble, you're not actually poor.
>b-b-but I can't wax lyrical about bootstraps like on the future!!
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Charles Bolton - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 16:13:43 EST nJkrco7e No.4903636 Reply
>>4903634
cba with this debate so thank you for making the points i'd like to
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Gabriel Gonzaga - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 16:15:17 EST jf+M45j5 No.4903638 Reply
>>4903634

>You: Uneducated opinion about cooking
>Everyone: dude cooking isn't even that hard even with the most basic tools
>You: FUCKING MIDDLE CLASS ENTITLEMENT

whatever yo
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CarolineWibblebury.dic - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 16:15:49 EST 5h0NnKL6 No.4903639 Reply
>>4903634
disconnecting the working classes from culinary skills is a ploy by the capitalist hellbeast we call a society to profit more off of our most basic human need

if you can't cook, and you rely on store bought pre prepared foods, you're spending 5 times as much money on it as you need
I live on an income of 1,100 a month in a place where the average rent is 900, and I cook for myself, because I can't afford not to, and you sound like an idiot

you're railing against the beast as your argument for why we need it in our lives
learn to cook motherfucker
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Gabriel Gonzaga - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 16:20:32 EST jf+M45j5 No.4903642 Reply
>>4903639

This.

Trying to call knowing to cook a luxury that's out of reach of the working class is literally the most bougie shit that Clapperton could possibly say.

And then he doubles down and calls people that know how to cook entitled for some reason. What a bougie shill.
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Miles Edgeworth - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 16:22:31 EST c+nfNo41 No.4903643 Reply
>>4903634
>CHUD pretending he knows anything about a stranger on the internet
Some people pay their own way through school. Some people take on huge amounts of debt that make them much poorer than you'll ever be. If you choose the right major, you can get paid a small pittance to go to grad school. It's sad that you're so invested in your victim-complex that you take anyone trying to improve themselves as a threat. The fact that you automatically think college education = Mommy and Daddy paying your way says more about you than anyone else.

Seems like you've also been brain damaged by too much /pol/shit. Maybe you need a break from the internet.

By the way, if you're so poor and oppressed, how do you have time to access the internet and shitpost on 420chan?
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Beauty Wesley - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 17:31:01 EST c3C1ZBKs No.4903666 Reply
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what the fuck is going on in this thread? I thought this was a thread about eating your veggies

>>4903627
I don't know how to reply to your post
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Menon - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 17:33:08 EST 2beGeGYk No.4903668 Reply
>>4903643
>Some people take on huge amounts of debt that make them much poorer than you'll ever be.
That's not how being poor works. If you don't have a support system, then $2k in the bank is a couple paychecks from making rent. Someone who just graduated med school might be $200k in debt, with $1k in the bank, but there's no way in hell they're "poorer" than a debt-free driver with $2k.
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Miles Edgeworth - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 18:00:42 EST c+nfNo41 No.4903677 Reply
>>4903668
A reasonable argument, but you're still making assumptions about the person who got an education. There's no guaranteed support system, even with a college education. The only thing you get is job prospects, and even then that doesn't always work out. Lots of college grads struggle to repay their loans and continue living poor and working at Starbucks long after they graduate. A driver with no debt may be better off than a college grad, or they may not. It's entirely situational.

This is all beside the point anyway. The original point was: get good at cooking
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Menon - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 18:19:09 EST 2beGeGYk No.4903683 Reply
>>4903677
>but you're still making assumptions about the person who got an education. There's no guaranteed support system, even with a college education
Right. That's bad.

>The original point was: get good at cooking
For sure. I cook virtually all my meals. But I can see why people get defensive about it.
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Robert Wilson - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 18:53:14 EST FKfea+Kq No.4903688 Reply
>>4903610
>"foodies" are always secretly classists
This so much. The sort of people who have the time and disposable income to turn the concept of cooking into some weird fetishistic cult.
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James Snodstone - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 20:04:47 EST KWxeFJJF No.4903714 Reply
>>4903688
Like every group that relies on consumerism to validate themselves. It's about thumbing your noses down on "welfare queens" not realizing you're perpetuating racist and classist stereotypes. Pretending all the world's poverty and all the world's psychological issues can be solved by scrimping is the forefront of this notion. People refuse to admit that they were given better opportunities and more chances than those they thumb their noses down upon so it becomes another fake-meritocracy class. People who struggle to make ends meet while working multiple jobs just need to "get good" not realizing that the very opportunity to "get good" is bundled up in classist notions in the first place.

Watch all the people reply to me with the notion that I am a bad cook because I dared to point out the truth. The concept that people skill their way to higher classes is bundled with the notion of social mobility and capitalist exploitation in the First World and always has been. Anyone who says otherwise is just butthurt.
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Triathlete Alice - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 20:46:18 EST HoFv6ful No.4903723 Reply
>>4903714
>Like every group that relies on consumerism
Yeah, most people don't own farms or land they can grow their own food on, so they have to buy it from a store. Wowee, such bourgeois

>It's about thumbing your noses down on "welfare queens"
Who is doing that? No one. In fact, this thread had nothing to do with race or class before YOU brought it up, and you're only doing that because you're so deeply committed to your victim-complex that you need to invent enemies out of thin air to justify it to yourself.

>People refuse to admit that they were given better opportunities and more chances
You don't know anything about anyone, just more mental-gymnastics to justify your victimhood.

>the very opportunity to "get good" is bundled up in classist notions
You "get good" by practice, and you practice by pulling your head out of your ass and stop making excuses for why you can't cook.

>b-b-but, I'm poor so I don't have time to cook!

If you have time to shitpost on 420chan you have time to cook. It takes 30 minutes to prepare a meal, and if you're still somehow not able to swing that over the course of a day, do bulk meal prep on your days off and reheat it over the week. Nothing about any of that requires frivolous consumer-spending and in fact will actually save you money because its actually cheaper than buying pre-packaged food. As an added bonus, it will help you reduce your dependence on the capitalist boogeyman, thus making you less of a self-righteous hypocrite.
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David Bongman - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 21:27:57 EST B7w5ydfa No.4903743 Reply
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>ITT: some dude making some weird argument that cooking for yourself is bourgeois entitlement somehow

what the literal fuck is this thread
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Carl Grimes - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 21:35:30 EST Sw4EF+pD No.4903747 Reply
>>4903714
You're kind of being racist assuming cooking is a whites only thing that other people haven't figured out. I associate a house with something always cooking in the kitchen with Latino and Asian immigrant houses? Not that there's anything wrong with that or cooking at home, but I see people living in food deserts that know how to cook do it constantly. It's people that have the American lifestyle ingrained in them that would rather get tv dinners and gas station deli. 2nd generation kids can barely cook. I grew up around a shit load of pisas and fobs and they had a steady diet of beans, rice and eggs.
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Triathlete Alice - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 21:51:31 EST HoFv6ful No.4903760 Reply
>>4903747
>I associate a house with something always cooking in the kitchen with Latino and Asian immigrant houses
Ayyo SoCal whats good
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Guillaume Fouquet de la Varenne - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 22:06:19 EST +s1jREfL No.4903765 Reply
>>4903760
Actually east Washington, it's pretty much a methed out real life version of Arlen, TX from King of the Hill but cold and gray for 4 months of the year.
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Allan Sandage - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 22:07:55 EST 5h0NnKL6 No.4903766 Reply
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>>4903714
>The concept that people skill their way to higher classes
And you're the only one talking about this, conflating the ability to cook with being high class, this is in of itself a classist and harmful philosophy

that good food is the avenue of the rich and entitled, the poor have more pressing concerns, like working, or commuting to or from work, and when they do have time to cram something into their craw hole it should be the cheapest and most time efficient form of sustenance possible so they can go back to this cycle, you're internalizing the classist exclusion and saving the actual gatekeepers the trouble of closing the door
fuck you

I'm serious, fuck you, this actually pisses me off
because I'm FUCKING POOR
I was born in the ghetto, I learned to cook as a kid off of ingredients we got from a food bank, I dropped out of highschool and have been struggling with drug addiction, mental illness and all the fun shit that comes with being a dirtbag who can only afford public housing ever since
and I FUCKING LOVE FOOD, and I fucking resent that because of where I was born and the opportunities I got that my lot in life should be the dregs that the real human beings deign to let their slaves eat off the floor


those other guys were right, foodies do have a big classist problem, and they don't need your bitchass help pulling people down from the bottom while they push from the top
good food is a human right, kitchen skills are the most fundamental physical piece of human culture

I can't stress this enough fuck you you god damn uncle tom
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Grote Reuber - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 04:29:36 EST lUo5D8gZ No.4903826 Reply
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>>4903723
>>4903628

You guys are being really generous with you can prepare a meal in 30 minutes bullshit. Maybe you can from start to finish prepare an easy meal in 30 minutes, but that doesn't include any of the clean-up or the prep before the prep. I prepare 80% of my own meals and generally need about 10 to 12 hours a week in kitchen time. Many times I'll spend the bulk of this time on Sunday (my only day off) to prepare things well enough that I only need 20 or 30 minutes to prepare a meal.

With that said, what are you doing that you don't have 90 minutes a day to prepare food and cleanup after yourself. 10 hours in travel to and from and work. 8 hours of sleep. You have 6 more hours to twiddle your fingers, use parts of that to prepare your own meals and otherwise occupy yourself in the kitchen. You don't need expensive equipment. A $20 electric griddle and a $10 knife a plastic cutting board a plastic spatula and some measuring cups are all you basically need. You'll save money and be more satisfied with what you are eating.

Otherwise, have fun eating the same shit over and over till you die due to complications from type 2 diabetes or heart failure.
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Peter Maivia - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 08:29:14 EST Q7G8h1M0 No.4903877 Reply
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I eat most of my food straight from the can.

I like stinky fish for that cheap and easy protein. Bit better than the daily horror of mass slaughter houses. It's really easy to not support that even if you're broke.
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Angus Drorrypone - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 11:17:00 EST /d5DTVLc No.4903925 Reply
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I like how vegans are always insisting they don't go on about their diet now that it's common knowledge how insufferable they are.

Smoke more meat, and chill the fuck out, faggots.
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Shiney McShine - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 11:23:14 EST vAorKAPO No.4903928 Reply
I am not vegan at all, but I do go meatless. Often, when I go meatless I make a dairy-free Mexican cuisine offering. It's dope. Then the next day I will eat a rack of ribs and an ortolan. IDGAF.
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Henrietta Levitt - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 11:59:58 EST eUS73Uho No.4903936 Reply
>>4903925
LMAO what's a million times worse is listening to you whine about it.
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James Snodstone - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:03:53 EST KWxeFJJF No.4903938 Reply
>>4903723
>>4903766
>if I spam buzzmemes at him, he won't be right!
Middle class entitlement. Lemme guess, you both "worked your way up" and now you have the right to shit on poor POCs, right?
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James Snodstone - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:03:53 EST KWxeFJJF No.4903939 Reply
>>4903723
>>4903766
>if I spam buzzmemes at him, he won't be right!
Middle class entitlement. Lemme guess, you both "worked your way up" and now you have the right to shit on poor POCs, right?
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Pokémon Trainer Henry - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:21:36 EST nJkrco7e No.4903951 Reply
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>>4903948
Complaining about vegans has been a trend for decades now.
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Violet Stoolbutter - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:23:56 EST BowkiUKZ No.4903953 Reply
Has anyone ever met a whiney vegan?

Because I have met hundreds of whiney meat-eaters that whine about vegans. But I've never met a whiney vegan.
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Angus Drorrypone - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:25:01 EST /d5DTVLc No.4903954 Reply
>>4903952
I'm sure if you post one more time you'll prove that I am the whiny one.
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Pokémon Trainer Henry - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:28:27 EST nJkrco7e No.4903956 Reply
>>4903954
If I post this then we'll both have made an equal number of posts about vegans itt. But you brought it up.
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Justin Credible - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:30:47 EST ND7/16Wn No.4903957 Reply
>>4903938
See the thing is, you're not right at all, you're just an angry dipshit looking to vent your impotent rage at internet strangers, and you'll perform Olympic level mental-gymnastics and fabricate enemies out of thin air to justify your actions to yourself.

I bet you're not even poor. You sound like a self-hating middle-class college-dropout NEET who spends all his time cruising circlejerk looking for political debates to engage in to flex how "woke" you are to everyone while your mom brings you microwaved chicken fingers. It sounds like it makes you angry when people do things for themselves because your parents crippled you by doing everything for you, and as a result you never learned to do anything yourself so now you have no skills at all and when you see people that do have skills it reminds you what a pathetic waste of space you are, which ultimately results in you being a huge faggot to strangers on the internet.

I don't think you've ever struggled for anything. I don't think you've ever done a day of real work in your life. You're a hypocrite and a moron.
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Angus Drorrypone - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:33:28 EST /d5DTVLc No.4903959 Reply
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>>4903956
Yeah, I brought up vegans... in a thread about veganism. Ahmazin'.
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Pokémon Trainer Henry - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:37:08 EST nJkrco7e No.4903960 Reply
>>4903959
You brought up whining. You have now whined 81 words and 4 posts to my 35 and 3.
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Allan Sandage - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:37:18 EST 5h0NnKL6 No.4903961 Reply
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>>4903959
it's not a thread about veganism though
it's a thread about a voluntary 1 day a week abstinence from meat
it's not even about full on vegetarianism lmao
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Peter Maivia - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:42:05 EST Q7G8h1M0 No.4903963 Reply
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This thread needs less whining and more wining.
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Kazuya Mishima - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:46:58 EST RKOZfxbo No.4903965 Reply
Everyone bitching and moaning about ANYTHING just made God's shit list.
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Pipe Huffingmoar - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 13:08:22 EST c3C1ZBKs No.4903968 Reply
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Rate my meal. Those are deep fried riceballs.
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Angus Drorrypone - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 13:20:08 EST /d5DTVLc No.4903972 Reply
>>4903970
Now that you mention it, that really does look like he's eating off his bed
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Angus Drorrypone - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 13:39:27 EST /d5DTVLc No.4903977 Reply
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>>4903974
I guess I shouldn't be surprised, kirtaner eats all his meals hunched over his coffee table. You guys don't dine correctly.
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Peter Maivia - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 14:29:54 EST Q7G8h1M0 No.4903997 Reply
>>4903977
Well, how do you eat mr. fancy pants? At the dinner table with your gay family?

You gotta eat in your cum stained bed.
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Beauty Thomas - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 14:32:47 EST m9DjGNM/ No.4903998 Reply
>>4903974
Do you want ants on your bed?
Because that's how you get ants on your bed.
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Justin Credible - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 14:39:51 EST ND7/16Wn No.4904000 Reply
>Not eating in front of the TV like a first-world slob
Lol, what is this, Africa?
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Angus Drorrypone - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 14:54:06 EST /d5DTVLc No.4904003 Reply
>>4903997
>>4904000
I eat McDonalds on the couch like any God fearing American but if it's something I put that much effort into I'm going to focus my attention on that and maybe the gays at the table
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WesleyHezzlestit.icl - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 15:00:44 EST hXGNM03L No.4904006 Reply
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>>4904003
Ackchyually, real Americans eat their McDonalds in the car on the way to their second shift at the Gun Factory.
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Peter Maivia - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 15:17:24 EST Q7G8h1M0 No.4904017 Reply
>>4904006
To be fair that is a really good way to store your hambuger containers.
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Angus Drorrypone - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 15:22:40 EST /d5DTVLc No.4904023 Reply
>>4904017
I think it's actually a big dicked powermove to fuck with anyone that asks for a ride after consideration
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Hannah Biffingnod - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 04:56:20 EST 9Rvx9IIY No.4904285 Reply
fruit & veg for me
cheese and eggs too
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Spike Mendelsohn - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 05:11:34 EST rO+GGMpN No.4904286 Reply
i onsce insert my pensa into virgina on a manday

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