>try miso soup since all anime characters seem to love it
>it tastes awful like mushy cabbage and vinegar
What other lies has anime told, /a/?
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I love miso soup. And anything fried in panko (nip breadcrumbs) is divine. You could fry a cock in panko and I'd eat it.
H-has anyone tried rum raisin ice cream?
>What other lies has anime told, /a/?
That girls at high school age can still be pure. Every one has had a cock by age 16 at latest.
This is true. Cum is about a teaspoonful of fluid. The vagina is already soaked in fluid. Can't feel that little bit of cum.
>This is true. Cum is about a teaspoonful of fluid. The vagina is already soaked in fluid. Can't feel that little bit of cum.
Fucking 3DPD, can't do anything right. I bet they don't even get mindbroken or enjoy a nice stinky cock.
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That praying to Itadakimasu looked cool
My family thought I was becoming a cultist so my mother put me in therapy
Too bad he turned full weaboo. Flags was such a sexy design.
Our superior culture has led us to develop superior food.
I live on the seaside, and I've still never seen anywhere have Rum Raisin.
I was going to buy some for YrYr2's finale, but couldn't find any.
From the UK site.
>beer does not taste good
You've never been to Ireland or Germany before then.
>not loving miso soup
I'm going to come to your house and feed you Miso soup every fucking day until you like it
, you slut.
>Western food is always American food
How about you amerifags try a Wiener Schnitzel for change?
I don't know what kind of miso soup you've had but it shouldn't be sour at all. Probably some Chinese knock-off or something. The flavor is hard to describe sine there's really nothing to compare it with but it should be more savory with a hint of sweetness.
Chicken Friend Steak, you mean?
Came here just for this.
All other rants are just baka gaijins not knowing the taste of true, refined culture. Enjoy chugging down grease and eating your industrial waste in a bun.
I just finished tonkatsu for the first time as writing this post. The pork was tasty but the sauce, which I thought was supposed to be sweet, was actually quite sour like it was made with mustard. Cabbage was chopped, not shredded, but had this nice mustard sauce with it.
Either the portion was small or I'm just a fatass and I just ordered a pork ginger, so we"ll see how that goes.
The Japanese live longest on average because they eat good food like miso soup and takoyaki, my first purchase for my new house will be a rice cooker and then some ingredients for dashi, miso, soba, somen, a bento, pickled plums and wieners. Thankfully there is some decent fish around here so I can live the Japanese life to the fullest. I suggest you do the same if you want to live long.
Chicken milanesa, you mean?
That shit is everywhere
Fuck you, Miso Soup is great.
It's calf, you uncultured swine.
Chinese food is pretty good.
Gook food is hit and miss.
Japanese food is usually at least alright.
"American" food, if you can even call it that is a collection of some of Europe's worst dishes.
>How do people even come up with this shit?
Because of where it was originally adapted from Schnitzel
>Especially when it's clearly not chicken.
It's fried like chicken. It's Chicken Fried Steak, not Steak Fried Chicken, duh.
>Because of where it was originally adapted from Schnitzel
How is that related to "country friend"?
>It's fried like chicken
Why would you name frying things like that "chicken fried"?
>How is that related to "country friend"?
It's what city slickers called this fancy new dish that was made "out in the country" in places like rural Texas and Oklahoma.
>Why would you name frying things like that "chicken fried"?
It is a cut of beef, that is fried like a chicken breast or leg. It makes perfect sense.
Are you deliberately pretend to be retarded?
Why would you name that specific method of frying things after fried chicken?
This sounds like something a shitty family restaurant would put on their menu.
>This sounds like something a shitty family restaurant would put on their menu.
That's basically what it is. And the name stuck.
Again, what's your problem? Its not like this is a debatable thing, this is just facts. Facts can't be retarded, anon. Are you just trolling?
I think you're the retarded one, you're arguing with an anon about the name of a certain food. It's not like he fucking named it you dense fuck.
>This sounds like something a shitty family restaurant would put on their menu.
This is pretty much correct, it is supposed to give a feeling of home style cooking.
Sure and after it bothered me so much I actually looked it up.
It's clearly not the same dish.
Pay attention to the shape and how apparently you're supposed to serve it with some white shit poured all over it.
>it is supposed to give a feeling of home style cooking
The United States of Freedom and No Culture still manage to amaze me every day, even after years.
>so i stood up and told that teachin' lady the only 3 letters I need to know are U, S, and A
I never said they were the same, but you can fuck right off with your elitist garbage. Chicken fried steak is fucking delicious and if you ever find yourself somewhere in the US or especially the south you should definitely find some. Also, that white shit is cream gravy, which is also fucking delicious. Also, the home style stuff is part of our culture. So fuck off.
>The United States of Freedom and No Culture still manage to amaze me every day, even after years.
Completely agreed. Their food "culture" mainly consists of deep frying random shit and drowning in Coca-Cola. The rest is poor imitations of foreign food.
>I never said they were the same
Refer to >>122993962.
>Chicken fried steak is fucking delicious and if you ever find yourself somewhere in the US or especially the south you should definitely find some
Thanks, but it looks like you're supposed to use a subpar cut of meat for that sorta thing.
And you probably don't use actual veal either.
>the home style stuff is part of our culture
Do you even realize how insanely idiotic and childish this sorta thing is?
It's also kinda terrifying once you realize the impact this most likely has had on how and what people do cook at home, if they do so at all.
Because it's a very regressive and boring way of thinking.
What's so childish about it is this how you want everything to be the way it always used to be, even back when you were a kid and the world was still alright.
You want to eat your mother's food even when you're on the other side of the continent.
Admitting defeat? What defeat is there to admit?
I disagree. Almost all food cultures have some relation to comfort food, or food that's easy to prepare. Also, its not like all of our food is like that. That's just one aspect.
I know it's already be beaten to the ground, but how in the hell does Miso taste like vinegar.
I can understand your point but wouldn't that be true for all "cultural" foods as well then? Anything that immigrants bring to new locations would fall to the same way of thinking.
But definitely not to this apparent extent.
Not on such a large and massively commercialized scale.
Think about how "home cooked" is apparently a very good marketing term.
Just because America pioneered modern processed food and popularized adoption and "domestication" of foreign dishes doesn't mean the rest of the world doesn't do the exact same thing.
Haagen-Dazs is actually made by completely different companies in the US, UK and Japan (Nestle, General Mills, and Suntory), so they don't sell the same flavours everywhere.
"home cooked" plays on everyone though, when you have a spaghetti sauce that wants to portray itself as authentic it tries to make itself out to be from Italy and it markets towards being from its main audiences home country. It isn't just America that does this kind of thing. You also have restaurants that use the same marketing scheme, like Irish pubs that have green shit every where, this sort of marketing is global now.
Watching anime made me expect adult life to be an exciting, sexy adventure.
The biggest cheat imaginable.
You all must eat like children if miso soup is adventurous for you. Do you guys also eat buttered noodles for entire meals?
The more you know.
I'm surprised that Kitkat is the same globally bar the US, with how willing the Japanese branch is to try some really fucking strange flavours.
Fuck nip's food glorious turkish food coming through.
It's America, that whatever we're taking about is more shamelessly and aggressively marketed and promoted here goes without saying. That's just how it goes. We honestly just tune it out most of the time which in turn makes the marketers go to greater extremes to get us to notice it. Home cooking is like anything else in that respect.
I'm not sure what kind of Miso soup you had because that shit is not supposed to taste like vinegar at all... I don't think you ate miso soup.
Mushy cabbage and vinegar sounds more like kimchi stew to me.
This masterpiece always gives me a boner.
I don't think what you had was miso soup.
>make miso soup
>pour miso on rice
>crack egg into it and let the heat from both of them cook it
oishii as FUCK.
as this guy said>>123000867
I am living in such a shithole country only thing I can brag about is the food. But food is REALLY REALLY ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. One and only redeming quality of Turkey is the food. I sometimes think that I could be blessed being able to eat these delicious foods. Then I remember other things.