This shit leaves an after taste like babushka's perfume, why the fuck people are eating this.
I also am not a fan. I used it in recipes that called for it all the time until fairly recently. But to me the taste is just so overpowering and unpleasant that now I leave it out entirely.
Could be using too much like that one anon said but I always used the amount called for in recipes so idk.
No, it's literally a .webm clip from some /b/esque waifu kawaii shit whereupon you should just eat a 9 mil to the frontal lobe (I prefer that because you should fail at failing, then eat all your meals through spoons).
I just saved it as a reaction image, the fact that you know where it's from speaks more poorly of you than it does me, and being an autistic fucking sperg retard because you got triggered by the sight gook chicks is even more amazingly spastic. Enjoy your spectrum disorder mamma's special little boy.
Nice conjecture, guess you're confirming my assumptions while still being exposed.
When you've been around the electronic block as long as I have, you can attest to things without subscribing to them. Either way, don't respond to me.
You might be using too much. Or you just might not like it. That's ok. You can like or dislike whatever you want. Other people can, too. You're going to have to learn to deal with that.
Sorry, mutant. Not everyone can be as defective as you.
See this shit? Fuck this shit, I hate it. It literally smells just like shit and decimates my digestive tract, even in the minute amounts used in Ramen. Curry Leaf, or 'sweet neem leaves.' I love the taste of curry though. I'm going to try to find a way to mask the smell when I start making it instead of buying it from the store.
"Curry" is an English term for a saucy dish containing lots of spices. The botanical term is quite separate. Most curries don't contain actual curry leaf, but you're a total pleb for not liking it.