So, the first page is actually the twenty-seventh, and it's a "chili" recipe. I guess the person who put it together was too high, or maybe they wanted to smash our idea of what a cookbook has to look like like. Either way, we're off to a good start.
If these vertical photos turn out to be crap, I can retake them.
The Index is page fifty-two, and it's right in the middle of the book. Request some recipes for me to post while I post the rest of the introduction.
And the back cover.
Refer to >>7293767 if you have a request.
The Pissed Off Penguins are actually just a series of comics. Somebody had the not-so-bright idea of including all of the little illustrations and comics in the Index.
>implying no one has ubiquitous access to this complete nonsense.
This might turn out well. I think nutritional yeast is supposed to taste similar to parmesan.
Yeah. I had raclette at my vegan friends' place on new year's eve, and they made tons of yeast-based cheese replacement. It was actually pretty good, like a thick cheese sauce that actually melted and browned.
Everybody knows what national socialism is. Now sit down and examine the doctrines of both Nazism and communism (as implemented, not the ideal), and try to spot any significant differences.
Can we have a look at the mushroom and hazelnut roast?
Nettle tea is decent, though I don't like the smell.
Make this for your next activist camp. I didn't like it, though, too sweet.
>Why would you want to be associated with a book thats essentially terrorism
I'd bet that a lot of anarchists approve of the original Anarchist's Cookbook, so naming a cookbook after it is a playful reference.
>why would you make vegan chilli
Autism aside, "chili" made with only vegan ingredients and chili seasonings tastes fine. I guess you could call it something else, but what?
i dont have anything against vegan dishes, but chilli is supposed to have specific ingredients. I think vegan chilli is just a type of stew i guess. Chilli works as a name i suppose
thats a good name, and im glad someone understands what i mean. I doubt it will catch on though, so the best thing to do is just roll with it and complain slightly from time to time on cooking forums
are you actually a retard?
its fermented soy beans...
"Miso (みそ or 味噌?) is a traditional Japanese seasoning produced by fermenting soybeans with salt and the fungus Aspergillus oryzae, known in Japanese as kōji "
I'm disappointed, DESU. I was expecting to see some of the following:
>high level dumpster diving skills
>making good use of commonly discarded items
>store pillaging strategies
>basic nutrition theory, siege survival tips
>hunting and prepping of small urban animals
>tearing up pavement and establishing a garden
>produce processing and preservation techniques
Basically, a survivalist cookbook with more of an emphasis on a decaying urban environment rather than somewhere out in the sticks.
But all I got was a reference to dumpster diving, a bunch of vegan recipes and plenty of clipart of cities burning down.
Honestly, I was thinking of doing something like that. Jack claims he's the everyman cook, but his dishes are often expensive, impractical, and are poorly cooked and represented by him. I wanted to do some real low budget cooking/dumpster diving/home gardening stuff with an element of survivalism.