No, you are absolutely supposed to mix it. Rice fresh out of the steamer is extremely hot. Throw an egg and some soy sauce and just mix it up and eat it. Of course, I wouldn't do it myself, the eggs get are probably shit. But with high quality fresh eggs I imagine the danger is minimal.
Well if you innoculate the Hens, and keep them in a clean eviroment...
(Do not wash Eggs.
Salmonella are on the outside of the egg, if the hen is infected.
Salmonella are also on the inside of the egg, but are kept at bay if the egg is really fresh. (<10d).
(You are supposed to crack the Egg over steaming hot rice to let it cook a little.)
>mfw over-easy egg pm soba noodles
>mfw raw egg over shrimp pilaf
>Why do the japs put eggs on everything? That can't be healthy.
Eggs haven't been on the bad food list for a while, anon. Ever since we realised that cholesterol in eggs doesn't harm you much.
It just sounded so stupid to me. It's like hearing someone saying "I was gonna buy a toaster today but I delayed it. Does the bread come out crunchy or soft?"
This guy has it right: >>116627614
For a while (sometimes still is depending on how lazy I am) making it was my go to breakfast because of how quick I can make it. But then again you also need to have really quality fresh eggs to keep the danger shit levels low. Tasted good at the very least every time I made it.
I'm not entirely sure. Murica's FDA has a bit of a revolving door problem with the people it regulates and we've had a couple big salmonella outbreaks the last few years. Then again Mexico might be worse and our press just loves panicking people.
This is how you eat it nerds
It's on Wikipedia so it must be right
Try butter rice if you can't ever deal with raw eggs and salmonella.
Warm rice + butter + soy sauce
It's widely known for a super simple meal in both Japan, Korea.
Nigga, the reason people don't use salt for rice in japan or other asian countries is because they use soy sauce afterwards.
I don't, so I need it for rice, otherwise it's bland as fuck.
Also, if corrosion ain't a problem afaik.
Well, given that I am apparently more at risk of getting salmonella poisoning from eating peanut butter, peppers, lettuce, or spinach than I am from eggs, that does make me wonder about our priorities on food safety.
I do realize that this may be in part due to eggs regularly being cooked/scrutinized more thoroughly than other foods that can be contaminated with things that cause food-born illness, due to a pre-existing awareness/fear. People are certainly more scared of uncooked eggs than they are of salads.
Guys, how am I meant to eat big bits of tofu?
I had agedashi tofu when I went out to eat last night and I had no idea how to eat it. Going out tofu with chopsticks just makes it disintegrate into tiny chunks. Am I meant to eat the entire thing in one go with the spoon/ladel thing?
How much am I meant to chew it? I've only ever had tofu in fried rice and other similar dishes.
Saber is cutest when she's eating
And I don't understand how because their meal portions are fucking ENORMOUS.
Shit is ridiculous. When I did homestay there I'd be fucking full after just eating my side dishes and miso soup. I'm like 6'1" and 76kg.
Would you trust this faggot to prepare your eggs, /a/?
If you're used to eat that much since you're a kid, it's "normal" for you.
The thing i like with all type of Asian cuisine : No matter how much you eat , it's like the dishes "never end", you just can't finish them.
Why are piggus so pleb?
Butter is cancer.
Oil > Butter
Buttter a shit.
It's funny considering I always hear foreigners talking about how small their meals are. I just assume they're land whales because I've been challenged past my limits to finish eating more often than not.
When I'm over there I sometimes go to all you can eat places with groups and one of the rules is that you have to pay extra for the things you leave on the table. It's a fucking challenge when everyone has a strategy to make the most out of the 90 minutes and keeps ordering more and more and before you know it you're all full and have to make it work.
>he can't into continental breakfast
Butter and Jam is life.
Oh boy, here we go.
>2 sticks butter
>2 ounces cream cheese
>Salt and pepper
>1 cup all-purpose flour
>1 egg, beaten
>1 cup seasoned bread crumbs
>Peanut oil, for frying
>Cream the butter, cream cheese, salt and pepper together with an electric mixer until smooth. Using a very small ice cream scoop, or melon baller, form 1-inch balls of butter mixture and arrange them on a parchment or waxed paper lined sheet pan. Freeze until solid. Coat the frozen balls in flour, egg, and then bread crumbs and freeze again until solid.
>When ready to fry, preheat oil in a deep-fryer to 350 degrees F.
>Fry balls for 10 to 15 seconds until just light golden. Drain on paper towels before serving.
>take a risk of dying everytime you eat
No thank you. I rather enjoy living.
All the fat in the meal?
I've never been to America, so I have no idea about portioning there. I'm Australian, which might be comparable.
The shit my American friends tell me about amazes me though. The sheer amount of oil and carbs in every meal sounds great.
>you have to pay extra for the things you leave on the table
Jesus Christ how horrifying.
Is there actually any energy in miso soup at all?
>not eating raw eggs
Can you even call that living?
Just ask some of your friends/coworkers what is considered the most polite/accepted way to eat it is. I'm sure they'd be happy to explain it to you
best case scenario: your Christmas cake senpai will offer to show you, and will lovingly feed you, bringing the food to your mouth with her chopsticks for you to take and eat
>All the fat in the meal?
I would assume that is what he is referring to. The majority of our American meals have the bulk of the me as meat. In Japan there would be meat or fish but the bulk of the meal is vegetables, rice, and thin soup broth.
>ordered beef and broccoli from a new chinese place
>they ask me if i want eggs on my rice
>hey yeah i like scrambled eggs so why not
>it was raw
>had to refry rice so i could eat it without gagging
WHY DO ASIANS EAT RAW SHIT
>never had cottage cheese and cream cheese crackers
I feel bad for you, son.
>tfw on good term with a Chinese restaurant owner
She's an old lady that lives 5 minute away from my apartment by foot.
She gives me free stuff every time and invited me for last year's eve
If it's small then I eat it whole. If it's quite a big slice then I cut it in half with a chopstick. I usually stab the center first, then work from that point to the bottom part, and then the top half, otherwise the tofu would be running around, messy to cut and leave chunks.
ITT: murricans think because their shit-tier eggs have salmonella that glorious japanese eggs should have salmonella as well.
Posting Superior American Cuisine.
I skipped forward to where she added an entire stick of butter to the pot and promptly closed that shit.
Fucking Sketti, EVERY FUCKING TIME
If you don't want to eat the whole thing at once then maybe next time you should try picking up the tofu with chopsticks, hold the spoon in your other hand and place it underneath the tofu (so if it falls you won't make a mess/get embarrassed) and bite it in half first.
Tofu a best.