Favorite store bought seasonings/salt substitutes?
Pic related, amazing on every meat imaginable
I just made a Liver mush egg and cheese omelette sandwich, it's pretty good.
What the FUCK?
This shit is disgusting! I would describe it as a cross between rubbing alcohol with notes of burnt fucking leather. It would be more apt as a solvent than a consumable. I've drank straight everclear, and would gladly have that before a single shot of this shit.
As soon as we took a shot, two of the three of us started violently vomiting --one in the trash can, one in the sink. After passing it around to 3 other seasoned alcoholics, not a single one of us could stomach this bullshit. More terrible than that bottle of gin I bought that tasted like bubblegum puke.
And what's worse? All the reviews online by hipster fuckboy aficionados who are raving about this hunk of shit. For $55 a bottle? That's fucking ridiculous. I've never in my life bought a bottle over $30 that was not good, but this shit is undrinkable.
Fuck this shit, and fuck anyone who perpetuates its existence.
I really want to try this just because I love Ron white
Which is better?
Can't you just cut the American cuts smaller and then you have both?
I am assuming this is an actual question, I'm really not sure.
Yes and no, sometimes yes, but you're not thinking of it correctly. The difference is that the smaller pieces allow you to have both. You can combine the smaller French cuts to make similar large American cuts, but with American cuts we make the cuts so broad we take apart cuts that the French would otherwise have. See that massive slab of the back leg in the American cut? Since we made that cross section cut we lose out on the loin options you see in the French cut there. It's smarter but more work and therefore less economical.
Does /ck/ like mushroom picking? What are your favourite recipes using wild mushrooms?
Hey, want some of my Pizza?
Would you like a pickle or some strawberry jam on it?
I'm in my early 30's and only just found out this was a thing.
Always found Muesli hard work desu, but accidently left some for an hour then ate it and it was fucking great.
Did a google search for soaking Muesli to see if id discovered something and it turns out its been a thing all along, in fact you're kind of supposed to do it.
In the pic, some Muesli that has been soaked overnight in yogurt.
So has soaking Muesli been common knowledge this whole time?
Did anyone else catch the latest video from Andy?
Remember, its the oil that gives it flavor.
Does anyone else get bizarre, vivid dreams after eating food with a lot of MSG?
Can you tell how food will taste just by looking at it? I ate beef jerky for the first time today and it tasted pretty much exactly how I imagined it.
>go back in time to your youth
>what was your favorite food then
For me it was Lil Smokies, my greatest treat back then. I would empty out a whole pack and eat them as my dinner by myself, a true feast for young me
ITT: Best scented teas
anyone else put whipped cream on their fruit loops and cheese