>putting bread on the grill
wow, japan. now i know why you eat your fish raw and think rice is delicious.
That's why they are so skinny. Pic related is a normal lunch on brazil.
1. That's not bread.
2. Outside of not having a grill available to grill your bread. Why wouldn't you grill your bread? It's on an entirely different level from toasted bread.
Many people have stated that the shit's mushroom, not bread, but not one mentioned:
The grill shown there does not have an outlet for fat/juices that will make the meat tough when drenched in it. Sometimes, especially for household yakiniku, you use the end crust of a loaf of bread to eat up the fat.
>rice is delicious.
/ck/ here, of course rice isn't going to be delicious if you're a boring person who just eats white rice.
You have to put a spin to it, use chicken stock or tomato pure.
Japan has more 3 star Michelin restaurants than any country but France.
They also have the best beef in the world.
There are not many countries that can say the beat Japan in terms of food.
Don't forget the chicken.
Oui, Japanese beef has been folded over a thousand times, and is vastly superior to any other meat on earth.
Fun fact: Every country has delicious shit that you can't find that quality of elsewhere.
>he doesn't know about Kobe beef
Kobe beef is literally seen as the #1 beef in the world, negro, with little argument. Unfortunately, it only comes from one prefecture in Japan, is extremely expensive, and they do not export to many places, or at all regularly.
Non non, Anon. It puts French chicken to blame!
Michelin is literally the opposite of pretentious shit, they only give it to restaurants that make good, traditional food.
no room for anything new or experimentation, unfortunately.
This is because those third world countries pass down those recipes through generations and use only local product. That and the people making them have been doing so since they were kids.
Same reason many old ladies in the US make amazing pies. They grow the fruit, pound out the dough themselves, and cook through 40 fucking years of experience.
That kind of food will always be better than some restaurant, where they have to rush orders for many people, have a bunch of staff that don't have those years of experience, etc.
I don't know british cuisine all that well, but I guess fish and chips or some shit? Tea most definitely. They're not an exception to the rule.
My best choice would be a medium rare london broil with little marbling. I prefer to cut and chew my meat, at least with beef.
>implying Ramsay makes anything traditional
That nigga and all them other niggas only do rich-people traditional. Which is not really traditional at all.
>Couldn't you say... Butter Chicken or something?
How the fuck should I know, I'm not british.
The only british dishes I know about are haggis, fish&chips, tea and oatmeal.
Chicken hearts are an exquisite kind of meat.
Not that guy, and not having never tried an actual 3-stars, but some of Michelin recommended normal restaurants, and was almost always disappointed. Often expensive and indeed with some mannered presentation and stuff. At least for what I've tried and in France, you'd find a lot of better, cheaper and as traditional (but not only) ones in the Routard.
If you're the guy that said opposite of pretentious, you would be opposite of correct. Rich-people food is automatically pretentious. If you can't make a delicious meal for under 10 bucks, fuck off.
This as well. Presentation shouldn't mean a god damn thing beyond making the food look edible. Extra grease on the plate? Who gives a fuck. Little swirly ketchup designs on the side? Fuck off, I'm eating food, not looking at it.
That's because the rice over there is a) glutinous and "sweet" in contrast to ours and b) they doctor it up like the guy form /ck/ said - they don't just make plain white rice - you can flavor it with mirin, vinegar and other things to enhance the natural sweetness of the rice.
No one. White rice is either a side dish, the base for the main dish, or to compliment a dish. In Japan, it's commonly shown as a side dish, anything that shows it as a main dish and it isn't from poor people in the country in the middle of winter who got unlucky with their fish catching, it's shit.
Is it over 10 bucks?
If so, then it's pretentious.
>he doesn't buy PURE tomatoes
Enjoy your slutty salad/sauces anon.
I bet you don't eat activated almonds and cultured veggies.
Salmonela is only a problem if you buy shit tier eggs past their due date or if you live in a third world shithole with no regards for hygiene.
Chicken hearts are great when you're sick with a cold.
Make a stew with a bunch of them, add carrots, potatoes, some salt then serve hot with some lime/lemon juice.
You'll be fine in no time.
Now I'm in the mood to watch the grill episode of Squid Girl again.
Traveling around east and southeast Asia, the difference in portion sizes compared to stuff I was used to back in the West was jarring to the point of it being funny.
>you know what? i think i'll have my toast well done too, haha
welldonefags need to leave
/ck/ would be proud of you anon.
Don't know, don't care, all I know is that I'm craving some mushroom cream.
That had to be a ruse.
It could be worse.
>best beef in the world.
is this frog murder serious ?
>tfw you forgot to activate your almonds
I'm going to lose muh gains.
How to activate your almonds!
Time: 12-24 hrs soaking + up to 24 hrs drying
2 cups raw almonds (not roasted or salted)
enough water to cover the almonds in a dish
sea salt or garlic salt or tamari (optional)
Soak the almonds in the water for 12 hrs
Rinse the nuts under running water, and if you want to add flavour – add a couple of tsp of your choice of flavour to the rinsed almonds, and stir to combine well.
‘Dehydrate’ the almonds on low heat (either in a dehydrator or on the lowest temperature your oven will do). This will take anywhere from 6-24 hrs, depending on the temperature you’re using. The nuts will be done when they feel (and taste) dry.
>talking about meat
>posts a picture of toast
>no one ever asks for their toast to be well-done.
if you ask for this or even think other people ask for this, you have serious social problems.
Did someone say, Ramsay?
That's the thing, the article had to be a ruse, WHO BUYS INTO THAT SHIT?
>nuts of destruction
I admit, I'm sold just by the names.
What would be our equivalent?
99 cents Ramen and noodles.
Do people actually do this?
>Large Grain Salt
>Freshly sprinkled on prior to adding to the BBQ
Its like you want a dry steak.
You don't need salt, but if you do, you must add it at room temp and allow the salt to sit on the meat for 1-2 hours, such that the salt has time to draw out moisture, then soak back into the meat.
>there are people in this thread that haven't tasted horse meat
The buns looks like fat mons, and everything inside are the beef curtains.
The original article was about what some woman who founded a juice company ate in a day. Her list was kinda ridiculous but not "homemade coconut" ridiculous. I think that guy's list is making fun of the original article.
>putting bread on the grill
I've seen this bait over a dozen times here on /a/, and it never fails to work.
Good job OP.
You haven't been on /ck/ at all, have you?
I'm vegetarian but I eat soja products that look like meat.
>mfw living on my own, I feel crushing, all consuming shame when I cook two hungry man dinner in the over because I didn't have lunch.
>just about to tuck in to the second one, not full, still hungry
>set my fork down, go lie in bed for two hours, eyes don't close once
Maybe getting a job will help, going through school on my savings definitly isn't.
crab can do pretty much everything, fag
Lrn2propane taste the meat not the heat. faggot.
I would still eat that toast over this one.
I've tried Kangaroo meat with peanut butter sauce. Shit was incredible.
>unless you have personally gone to japan and eaten it you have never had kobe beef ever. It isn't even exported
Where is the problem? You love your waifu even though she doesn't even exists. This is a lot more delusional than loving kobe beef.
That sounds exquisite.
How would you describe kangaroo?
If you asked me to describe horse, I'd say it's kind of like a chewier, tougher beef with a specific taste that's almost entirely fat-free
Nah, I'll be the one in the kitchen, she can take care of cleaning though.
If six results on the archives count as trying really hard.
>not lurking /ck/ to find the perfect ramen and noodles recipe
Jokes aside, if you ignore the vegetarian/meateater shitposts, you can find really interesting recipes there and tricks on how to cook something better than what cooking sites can tell you.
Your olive oil isn't olive oil.
You should try Crocodile meat it's pretty good too.
yep people do the something similar to grains of wheat(wheat berries)
letting the wheat soak in water and sprout makes it more nutritious
more fiber and protein
my gym used to use tortillas made out of sprouted wheat, but the texture was shit
so they switched to regular whole wheat
>Complaining about hungry man
Try eating these for a week
>Your olive oil isn't olive oil.
The best olive oil in the world comes from calabria, and they export it.
The problem is that most times said oil get mixed outside of italy, or they use a fake substitute from spain or greece.
Activated almonds aren't coompleeeete bullshit, there's at least a little bit of science behind it, stevia is also like a miracle sweetener (but I think I might be allergic to it).
>Did you also try Snake meat ?
Not that anon. But I have.
It seriously tasted like chicken. I know that "it tastes like chicken" is something of a cliche. But it tasted like chicken. I didn't realize it wasn't chicken until I was corrected after I had eaten it.
Don't know, it looks pretty legitimate to me.
B-but I'm not complaining about hungry man, I'm just saying that /ck/ has a rare humor that is well done.
Also no thanks, I'd rather die of starvation than shove those thing down my throat.
>not using canola oil instead
It's like you want to die of cardiac arrest caused by high, bad cholesterol anon
>It's like you want to die of cardiac arrest caused by high, bad cholesterol anon
>not giving your cardiovascular system a workout by working the corn oil and margerine into your diet gradually
gotta get those artery gains somehow
The most delicious meat I have tasted for me is Zebra and Ostrich.
It's a bit strong at first on the taste but if cooked well done it's really good wich I have some at the moment.
>leaving the house
>Chicken hearts are great when you're sick with a cold.
Kek. Being this superstitious. It looks sick man. Like people eating bull dicks in Spain or babies in China. It just ain't right.
>all these fucking third worlders
No WONDER /a/ has shit taste and horrible comprehension
>No octopus wieners
Nigger, that's not oishii.
>not killing your own meal
What are you doing with your life anon.
>he's never had deep fried tofu with peanut sauce
It's exactly becase it's plain. The neutrality of the taste allows for fucking anything to be used with chicken breasts to give them flavour, and they also have really pleasant texture.
You know you found a weeaboo, when they start claiming their cows are better meat than our cows for no reason other than it's japan.
Japanese cow's moo folded over a thousand times, cut through western cow with ease.
But it's not superstitious.
Chicken soup IS good when you're sick with a cold/fever.
The secret is in the vinegar and vegetables.
>knowing how to cook = third world
Well, you're kind of right, people in developing countries have to learn to be self sufficient.
Knowing how to cook beats eating out and spending 20 bucks a day for something you could have cooked yourself at a fraction of the price.
Save that dosh for chinese plastic figurines and comics.
Don't knock it till you try it.
>there are still people in brazil that won't eat avocado with bread
It basically evolved to serve that purpose
>Chicken soup IS good when you're sick with a cold/fever.
Any kind of meat soup is.
It doesn't even have to be soup, just broth is enough.
It's because meat broth is pretty much pure protein and fat dissolved in water.
I've eaten the same shit but with raw eggs as dipping for 24 dollars in a chic restaurant in Tokyo.
That restaurant was called yoshi something it was suppose the be one of the best restaurant in Japan
>Chicken noodle soup and matzo ball soup (both sometimes referred to as "Jewish penicillin") have quite the reputations for curing the worst cold or flu with just a few steaming bowls.
>But while the combination of warm broth and comforting ingredients tastes good and feels good, there's no evidence that either soup can cure you of anything, Weiss said.
>However, steam from soup can break up the phlegm that collects in your body when you're sick, he said.
Shit website I agree, but I call bullshit. Also >vinegar It doesn't sound so good now.
Go back mixing chemicals and trying to make gold out of lead. Protip: You can't.
I already tried it, and I'd say it is the most shittiest variation tofu I have ever eat. Just barely below Mapo(?) tofu.
I like it stir fried with sprout bean. Simple is the best.
>20 a day
If you try and buy stuff in bulk that stays good and is cheap like rice, tuna, beans, etc. you can do more like 8-10 or less a day.
And in the process be healthier thab most people around you without doing much.
>boiled beef with raw onions and noodle soup
The vinegar bit is a joke anon.
>mixing chemicals and trying to make gold out of lead
I will, and then you'll cry your eyes out when I'm leaded with gold.
I don't actually spend 20 bucks a day, I worded my post incorrectly, eating out costs me between 20-30 bucks for a single meal.
Whenever I cook, I only spend a fraction of that, plus there's enough leftovers that I don't have to worry about cooking for the next two days.
You don't even know m80. There was this one place I went to in Italy in this back ally. Shit was so fucking amazing.
Like, every time I eat a pizza I think back to that moment and feel depressed that nothing like that will ever bless my taste buds ever again.
Real wasabi doesn't exist in America.
It spoils far too soon to be able to be refrigerated at normal temperatures.
The actual wasabi plant in Japan is grated right in front of you and it has to be used up as soon as possible.
The green shit sold in the rest of the world is just a fake.
If you don't yakiniku, you're living your life wrong
Looks like something Tsukihi and Karen would eat
Fucking love yukke. Is it still illegal in Japan?
Fuck you anon, now I want a fucking churrasco com cerveja.
I think so.
Getting impossible to find everywhere else too.
>theres people on this very board who dont go every day to the bakery and buy fresh bread
>theres people who call that shit bagged on plastic "bread"
>theres people who dont know how to make bread either
I also eat white bread.
Depends on how you view raw cow.
Tasty as fuck though
>There are people who don't create an environment for life to develop in, and then like a god overlooking his puny subjects slowly over eons influence whatever life develops into a perfect facsimile of modern wheat for their bread
> all this time people didn't know that bread with butter was an imitation of "pan con palta"
Just read up on it, apparently it's a bitch to cultivate and most american growers aren't successful in getting a mature plant to bloom. It is grown domestically though on a very small scale and actual wasabi has a much higher prince than its nip counterparts
I'm more worried about people making up bullshit rules for a system that doesn't need them at all.
I always wanted to try raw meat but I heard raw meat doesn't have as much flavor as raw fish.
Raw salmon still tastes pretty good without any seasoning but what about raw meat?