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Posting random food images

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- Mon, 22 Feb 2021 04:00:54 EST CaKwflSi No.163460
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I found some random images saved on my PC from an old phone backup. I hope you enjoy.
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Michel Troisgros - Mon, 21 Jun 2021 22:46:33 EST 7MGhtdxD No.163980 Reply
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I feel lied to. nb
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Michel Troisgros - Tue, 22 Jun 2021 18:18:47 EST 7MGhtdxD No.163986 Reply
I would have never thought to combine ice cream and cotton candy in my wildest dreams. I like my ice cream cold and my cotton candy warm.
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Hot Sauce Thread

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- Fri, 13 Oct 2017 14:13:58 EST v6aP6g8j No.153444
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Post your favorite hot sauces. Pic is 357, the hottest sauce I like to eat. It has a delicious flavor, but it's fleeting because the heat quickly overtakes the flavor and because you can't use more than a drop or two without making food too hot.
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Raymond Oliver - Sun, 14 Mar 2021 00:51:10 EST aqgmpHo1 No.163586 Reply
Cannot recommend Torchbearer's sauces enough.

Especially Garlic Reaper, best hot sauce I've ever tried.
Joël Robuchon - Sun, 14 Mar 2021 20:54:21 EST o7yB5gN8 No.163590 Reply
The light would really fuck those bottles up and discolor them even if they are just for display, the tasteful and practical thing to do is have a hot sauce cellar
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 16 Jun 2021 15:23:27 EST eZ54FOvM No.163914 Reply
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I like the Nando’s sauces. The one on the right I got for free when I ordered from Nando’s since it was a new flavor. I do prefer hot though. Wish they’d bring back Visa though.

The healthiest diet?

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- Tue, 09 Jul 2019 16:51:57 EST R0kKIuO0 No.159221
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People are different and have different dietary needs, obviously. But there are some things that most people would benefit from. Furthermore, certain foods have benefits over others, IE. you can get protein from both Nuts and meat, but meat has nutrients not present in significant quantities in nuts.

One such diet that has proven results is the Okinawan diet practiced on the island of Japan with the longest living people. Now I'm a 25 y/o 6'1 180 lb white American male who does light exercise and my only food allergy is something in beer, although I don't know what.

Would I still benefit from such a diet? What would my Ideal diet be?
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Bobby Chinn - Mon, 31 May 2021 11:52:52 EST XyxC6twV No.163794 Reply
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I work in a restaurant right now, so I dabble in carbs, but when I am home I eat keto. Steaks = boners = happy.
Rokusaburo Michiba - Sun, 13 Jun 2021 12:51:46 EST W5aVk5wg No.163860 Reply
so many deleted posts in this thread.

anyway i'm bored and posting so i'll just say that the healthiest diet is the one you stay on. you don't see professional dietitians out here never drinking alcohol even though they all know it's bad for them.
eating mindfully and not idly, take a break when you eat, don't eat out of the bag while playing games, have a drink (not ultra-sweet) when you need a snack, can be as important advice as choosing foods
usually i eat a "planned" breakfast/lunch and a larger, more hedonistic dinner, but still always with plenty of vegetables. this has worked well for years. sometimes (but rarely) dinner is chicken and coleslaw from popeye's. nobody's perfect.
some advice says to move towards four or five meals a day. this is fine if it fits your schedule, but the fourth meal is not supposed to be a bag of chips, it's supposed to be a small actual meal with nutrients and stuff that you sit down for. "more smaller meals" is not a license to mindless snacking.

oh, and pay attention to potassium, the most underrated nutrient. your blood vessels will thank you.

bachelor chow

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- Fri, 30 Oct 2020 16:01:41 EST 0rbCJ3TU No.162966
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I was eating canned chili and rice as my in home meal for awhile but its wicked constipation. I've now been eating chicken protein powder with ramen and veggies twice a day. With my covid physical levels it's hit the marks just been experimenting with new herbs and spices for flavor. Anyone else have a rec to flavor a soup?
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Art Smith - Thu, 10 Jun 2021 10:23:25 EST W5aVk5wg No.163844 Reply
Green plantains are underrated in soup. Cheap enough to replace noodles, some vegetable micronutrients, tastes great if it's boiled to softness and it should help with your constipation. You've got to cut it up of course, but it's easy enough to cut the flesh in your hands with a butter knife (once you've peeled it), so no excuses. Oh, and the plantain starch will thicken the broth, which is pretty great IMHO.

Green plantains in soup should be simmered for around 45 minutes to an hour. It's worth it. You can also set the plantains to boil while you get everything else ready. One green plantain usually = one serving assuming there are some other ingredients.

A common version for me uses a plantain and one of those little cans of tomato sauce, chicken and whatever vegetables lying around, frozen green beans work well for maximum laziness.
Vincent la Chapelle - Sat, 12 Jun 2021 13:01:01 EST 0rbCJ3TU No.163849 Reply
I'd rather eat potatoes for starch
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Rokusaburo Michiba - Sun, 13 Jun 2021 12:33:49 EST W5aVk5wg No.163859 Reply
it won't match the creamy-chewiness of a boiled plantain, but potato soup is a classic of course

Cheap Za

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- Tue, 11 May 2021 09:37:51 EST CaKwflSi No.163765
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Best frozen pizza coming through.
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Cat Cora - Mon, 07 Jun 2021 21:36:06 EST jHMr3BaP No.163834 Reply
its Wild Mike's. how are jagweeds supposed to know who Wild Mike is if his face aint on the box?
Paula Deen - Tue, 08 Jun 2021 00:15:27 EST 0rbCJ3TU No.163836 Reply
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you made me second guess myself that I had seen a commercial before
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advice on how to make food filling?

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- Tue, 12 Jan 2021 16:54:11 EST IO0kiQMZ No.163293
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i'm a recovering bulimiac and it feels like food just doesnt ever get me full. i end up eating bags of cereal by the fistful or whatever even when i eat three balanced, large meals.
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Tyler Florence - Sun, 23 May 2021 14:27:56 EST hYZHC4ag No.163780 Reply
complex carbs are your friend. they keep you full for longer and energy releases slowly. eat more lentils, beans, chickpeas...
Elizabeth Falkner - Sun, 23 May 2021 17:57:26 EST RabrPznD No.163781 Reply

And drink a metric fuck ton of water. 3+ liters a day is standard, so drink 4. That's a lot of water, but it's 100% recommended, google it if you don't believe me. Many recovering bulimics struggle with water intake. My ex was one, she used to drink 1 cup of water a day, basically a tenth of what you were meant to drink. Looking back, it seems fucking nuts now, but I was young and dumb.

I too was pretty bad about it, I'd get about 1L in a day. When I upped to 4, I was pissing like a fire hydrant, but my skin was fucking fantastic after about two weeks and most importantly (for you) that I was extremely full. Basically chug 1L after every meal, that's how I do it.

Weird ingredients

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- Mon, 19 Apr 2021 12:44:14 EST 076wVc2O No.163705
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Sup /nom/

I'm starting this thread as I realize I have a penchant for collecting odd ingredients around the house to use in my cooking. I have quite a collection, so I'll be posting them here from time to time in between my jacking off sessions.

Perhaps you guys have some weird ingredients too, share em! What do you use it in? Inspire me when I'm not jacking off!

What makes a weird ingredient? Well a sauce, spice, herb, pickle, maybe even a cut of meat that's very niche or localized. Take note, it might be very common where you are from!

>Pomegranate Molasses
I picked this up in a halal shop. It's used in middle-eastern cooking, but it's very versatile. You can combine it with sumac (another niche ingredient) and rub it over chicken. It's naturally sweet and sour, if a recipe that's not middle-east you can add it in for an unusual depth of flavor.

Me though, I primarily combine with some balsamic vinegar, olive oil and some toasted flaked almonds for a dope ass salad dressing.
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Adolphe Gérard - Sat, 15 May 2021 09:53:27 EST mkdNHlIe No.163771 Reply
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I got some za'atar as per your recommendation. It IS good. It's like a smokey, zesty, nutty flavor, which Im guessing is the cumin, sumac and sesame in that order.

I'm guessing it's a bit like masala in that no recipe is exactly the same.

Here's it sprinkled on some homemade hummus with coriander and some malted flatbreads.
Chaz Fable - Sat, 15 May 2021 12:37:34 EST kg/3nfyZ No.163772 Reply
That looks good as fuck my man, glad you enjoyed the za'atar


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- Mon, 05 Apr 2021 16:41:02 EST t0hehsbx No.163631
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Hey I'm on a bit of a health craze atm and if I combine some of the healthiest (supposedly) foods and have a bit spoonful every morning such as coconut oil (possibly infused with cbd?) olive oil, cinnamon, ginger and honey all mixed together or maybe seperate will I become super health or is that basically dumb as fuck

Pic unrelated
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Elijah Joy - Tue, 20 Apr 2021 21:19:30 EST dNAc4Yzf No.163713 Reply
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>there isnt a pill. Health = lifestyle
Great post and needed reminder on this site
Macrodosing anything is generally a bad thing and has network effects across the rest of the metabolis, not only because we are evolutionarially programmed to expect certain nutrients together, but also because certain nutrients molecularly block binding of others. It's a pile of linear algebra and pulse chase experiments to just figure out what actually goes on with macro-nutritional usage of food, not to mention micronutrient organics of superfoods.
Food cultures exist because they work for the lifestyle of a people living in a particular place, which is rooted in ecology, work, and society. Our society invented a new way to eat, work, and live: it spiked cancer and heart attack rates.
>get whole vegetables and prepare and cut them yourself
This is the best health pro-tip of the entire post: fresh foods of known quality.

Coffee thread

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- Sun, 28 Apr 2019 14:42:23 EST RuTHJ2oF No.158235
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Didn't find a proper coffee-related thread, so here goes.

>Favourite type of coffee?
>Favourite brand?
>How many cups/bags of beans a day?
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Jamie Oliver - Thu, 25 Mar 2021 01:13:09 EST WDJDu5X1 No.163616 Reply
Alfred Prunier - Thu, 25 Mar 2021 03:01:36 EST ms9CjUzw No.163619 Reply
I have this coffee superfood stuff. It is basically normal ground coffee with mushrooms in it.

I don't make pots of coffee. Sometimes I need to stay up so I just mix a quarter or half teaspoon of raw ground coffee into some water or nut milk and drink that down. But I really only do that if there's some kind of emergency popping up at night that I can't sleep through, like a rocket attack, or a lawsuit or something.


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- Thu, 14 Mar 2019 01:25:36 EST AGj/jN9f No.157772
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just a food-porn thread, post food-porn in it.
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- Wed, 03 Feb 2021 22:01:14 EST 4UQ0AmyF No.163368
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Do any of you make your own wine/beer/etc.? I've gotten into it lately and it's passive, but fun. An even bigger commitment than baking, but all the more satisfying when it works out!

I haven't really been following recipies, instead preferring to get whatever fresh or frozen fruit is on sale and working around that. My favourite so far has been a pear/ginger/pineapple mix, and I've had the least luck taste-wise using dark berries with honey (it ended up bitter like red wine, which I'm sure tastes ok objectively, but I just don't like red wine.)

I've run into a couple problems though. I've been using normal bread yeast instead of beer/champagne yeast, so while it still works out to some very refreshing and tasty products that are probably healthier than macrobrew beer/wine, the alcohol content seems low. (For that matter, how did anyone ever proof their shit before the invention/proliferation of hydrometers? Is there some ghetto way to do it at home with a couple of clear flasks?) On my first couple attempts I went easy on the sugar, but after some reading just went wild on the sugar and it seemed to help, but only to a point.

I was wondering if maybe it would be a good idea to attempt to culture some yeast in a container just absolutely drowning it in sugar in the hopes that it produces alcohol and instead of killing itself off, some natural selection happens and over the months I'll get it to champagne yeast quality and be a sustainable culture ready for brewing, like using a sourdough starter.

(Not posting this on /hooch/ because it's about production rather than consumption.)
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Aida Mollenkamp - Wed, 03 Mar 2021 07:03:58 EST umEnc7tV No.163549 Reply
Not sure what the bottle rant was about, but a carboy is not a beer bottle, it is not meant to be sealed and pressurized. If you use an airlock, or since you've got some weird antagonism to the idea of a two dollar piece of plastic, just put a piece of aluminum foil over the top, it will be fine.

Also, liquor bottles are not meant to be pressurized either, but it seems like you've already learned that the hard way.

Calm down friend.
Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin - Wed, 03 Mar 2021 10:57:52 EST qognL05T No.163550 Reply
Mi'kmaq has wares, if you has booze that wont explode.
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François Massialot - Thu, 04 Mar 2021 21:19:25 EST SmAeXItN No.163561 Reply
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>implything the abbos dont just import american-acquired red army surpus and Eagle Brand south afrikan lab spirits to re-sell tax-free before huffing dollar store Listerine

I did say that I thought it had stopped fermenting and would be champagne-like at best, and that the hope was that the cheap plastic top would pop before the glass bottle. I had had previous good luck using wine bottles the same way but I guess the aggressive styling and thinner walls on typical spirit bottles introduces a lot more failure points. I really did just expect the cheap foil cap to fail first. on my lame-ass bucket I do have a gland and some tubing I use as a ghetto airlock.

living in craft beer cuntry, though, dont do it, not even twice

Irritable bowel food

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- Sat, 20 Feb 2021 20:42:58 EST HKbvytA8 No.163457
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I think I might have Crohn's disease : (

This is a thread for people with Irritable Bowels to talk about what they eat.

Pic related is an oatmeal recipe I've been working on. I make sure to use organic oats to avoid the concentrated pesticides in non-organic oats. I throw a whole yellow banana in the pot with oats water and a pinch of salt. Eventually the banana gets mashed up just by the action of stirring the oats occasionally to prevent sticking. I toped it with some spirulina.

I was having a flare up in my guts but they feel a little better now. The oats could probably be softer though. I am thinking of converting this to an overnight recipe for maximum softness but then I would be missing the nice cooked banana flavor. It is probably best to just cook it for longer with more water.

I also like to do miso vegetable soups. I prefer 1.5 teaspoons miso to 1 cup water. First I chop up my mirepoix and veg and season everything on the cutting board. Then I saute my mirepoix and other veg with a little oil in the pot I plan to use for the soup.
Then I add water until the vegetables are covered and stir in the aplropriate proportion of miso. Once the water boils I put a lid on and reduce the heat to tiny flame. I am considering adding fish to this recipe but that would probably increase the cooking time quite a bit huh?
Alexandre Étienne Choron - Thu, 25 Feb 2021 15:51:24 EST mScgvdZa No.163510 Reply
Sorry to hear dude. I got no advice but my roommate has crohns. Ill ask him and get back to you here.
Masahiko Kobe - Thu, 25 Feb 2021 18:06:15 EST qognL05T No.163511 Reply
My Dad has Crohn's, sorry to hear that OP. Not sure there is any general advice to give other than see a nutritionist, that helped him a lot. He had to cut some common stuff like dairy but also a bunch of very specific foods that set his system off. It was really tough for awhile but he's totally fine now, just has to closely watch what he eats.

Fuck I hope I don't end up developing it, I eat like trash.
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Favorite Fast Foods

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- Fri, 22 Feb 2019 23:18:15 EST IZOIEPvB No.157640
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We all know that fast foods aren't healthy, but neither are the numerous drugs some of us enjoy. Life is a bitch, and then you die, so what fast foods are your favorite? As someone who has experimented with veganism, I like to phrase it as, "If you were to try and go vegan, which fast foods would you struggle to give up the most?" Trying to go vegan for a year or so gave me plenty of time to think about it, and it offered me a lot of insight into what meaty foods are actually my favorites (and they weren't all what I had originally thought they were!). A few of my finest offerings:

>Steak and Cheese Sub: 12", lettuce, hots, onions, mushroom, peppers, black olives, mayonnaise
>Shitty Hangover Breakfast*: Eggs or omelet, sausage or bacon or corn beef hash, homefries or hashbrowns, buttered toast (peanut butter optional), baked beans, maybe some pancakes, psyche waffles bitch
>Italian Sub: This one varies from person to person, but I like salami, mortadella, bacon, cabot alpine cheddar, lettuce, tomato, red onions, raw peppers, black olives, jalapeños, sprouts, avocado, and mayonnaise.
>Sushi: Tuna, Salmon, Eel, Oshinko, Kanpyo, Gobo, all the other veggies they use, deep-fried variants- everything except sea urchin

Tonight I'm having the Steak and Cheese Sub/Grinder/Hoagie/Po' Boy/Fuck You
*(Sausage) Biscuits and Gravy may be included also.
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Mr_Shawmeen - Thu, 11 Feb 2021 11:30:27 EST +cI1UvZo No.163432 Reply
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Also this half of a bottom round roast I butchered the steaks out of and rendered the fat from the scraps for browning the meat and cooking my Brussels which I steamed over water and a quarter cup of gastrique. Now this is a seared steak baby>>163426

Most delicious food

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- Fri, 16 Aug 2019 00:20:06 EST QIAEsoBa No.159511
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If you could eat the most delicious possible food/dish etc, something that really stands out use your imagination, what would it be? to have the best Possible munChie experienfe you can just keep eating. For me maybe creamy curried vegetable soup, or a super creamy lasagna. Or homemade hamburger with bunch of dressing shit. For drinks apPle juice of course not the concentrated shit..
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Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin - Mon, 08 Feb 2021 10:59:34 EST bVxcZk4s No.163404 Reply
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I can't think of anything in the world more delicious and satisfying than Texas style barbecue
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Alton Brown - Mon, 08 Feb 2021 22:27:03 EST 4UQ0AmyF No.163413 Reply
>to have the best Possible munChie experienfe you can just keep eating
it's not the most delicious thing but i have a soft spot for some nice oily rice. I fucking love rice. sautee some cooked rice in literally any oil, add just a bit of spices, and it's my favourite drunk food. I love it so much.

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