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Never again

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The name of this thread is Never Again.

Post the things you will never eat again and why.

The store was out of my usual beef dish and about everything else, so I took a chance on this.

It tastes like chewing tobacco. A lot like chewing tobacco. Only even worse.

Although I didnt explicitly find HFTC in the ingredients, after gagging from the sweetness and tobacco flavor, found that it had sugar, brown sugar, corn starch, some sort of sweet vinegar and molasses.

Never. I was expecting some basic pork with a light bbq sauce.

What I got was pork soaked in tobacco spit floating in enough sugar to make a honeybee diabetic.
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>>7043726

(HFCS) I meant.
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>>7043726
Nigger you just bought pre-packaged pulled pork, what the fuck did you expect really?
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>>7043726
It's just peppered to death, that's all.
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>>7043726
>enough sugar to make a honeybee diabetic
22g per serving

>I was expecting some basic pork with a light bbq sauce
JACK DANIEL'S
old time quality

seasoned and cooked
PULLED PORK
with jack daniel's barbeque sauce
~
Made With Authentic Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey

that doesn't sound like a light bbq sauce to me
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>>7043742
>>7043776

All I know is that it was god awful. I know Southern style food is exploding with sugar, but jesus christ.
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I'll never eat hotpockets again.
I had a box in my freezer that I would grab one to eat when I didn't feel like cooking.
Box still had a year left on the best by date when I ate one to find all of the pepperoni inside had spoiled and gone green.
Checked the rest of the box to find that they all were that way.
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>>7043804
I've had it multiple times. First few times I enjoyed it because of how different it was, then it just became drab and I noted just how heavily it is covered in black pepper. Probably will not return to, but not the worst.
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>>7043830

I tried to like those but they seemed doughy to me, and the inside seemed meager, and just salt and grease.

If they seemed more like that picture, I think they would be better. I like stromboli, but I cant get into them.

Maybe I got the wrong brand or something.
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>>7043726
Chewing tobacco? I didn't notice that when I tried that shit. I just noticed the overtly saccharine syrupy 'BBQ sauce' that covered all of it. Stuff was so fucking sweet I couldn't even taste the pork. Absorutery disgustingu.
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>>7043726
Funyuns.

I've always loved them and could never control myself around them when there was an open bag.

As such, I'd restrict myself to like 2-3 bags a year.

The last bag I had over a year ago was slightly not crunchy enough; almost as if they hadn't been fried long enough or whatever.

Cannot eat them after that.
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>>7043726

>be me
>never really liked lasagna
>I was a bit of a picky eater, but i was extremely consistent and ate 90% of what was put in front of me
>but i hated lasagna
>i would literally gag as i tried to swallow it, and my dad would punish me
>some nights he would make me sit there all through the night, never letting me even go to bed til well after midnight
>refusing to let me leave until i ate my lasagna
>at some point he comes in, then forces me to eat it
>end up gagging as it hits the back of my throat
>by second bite at most, i throw it back up
>dad gets mad and says im being dramatic.
>sometimes grounded, sometimes have to clean the kitchen by myself for a week, etc. etc.
>never throws this kind of fit with other meals, just this one

my older brother had a similar issue with me being unable to eat mushrooms. just biting into them made me gag. either way, will never try lasagna again.
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>be me
>love oranges
>Eat one every day at lunch
>one day, about half way though my orange
>pull the rest apart
>theres a goddamned dead fly, split in half, and hardening at the very center
>HOW

never found out how. havent had an orange since then.
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>be me
>jelly donuts for breakfast, fuck yeah
>older brothers been a dick ever since our dad ditched us for a year
>this mornings particular form of torture was that he was going to lay down on top of me so i couldnt escape, and fart
>i kept yelling for mom, but she was busy not having her husband home, so she didn't do anything
>i keep telling my brother that im going to puke
>doesn't believe me
>puke all over his back
>running to the bathroom but puking as i go
>run out just as i get to the sink
>mom comes out
>furious
>i explain what happened
>"WHY DIDNT YOU MAKE IT TO THE BATHROOM!?"
>i woulda but my older brother was forcing me down so i couldn't
>i get to stay home from school (it was the one day in my life that I wasn't actually sick, but my mom guessed that puking was trauma enough
>older brother never got punished, just changes his shirt and goes to school (this was pretty typical, if he was mean he was 'being an older brother' but if you fought back you'd get in trouble. at best you'd both get in trouble. dad always said to just hit him back if he hits me, but then if that happens he'd ground us by forcing us to spend every waking moment together for a month)

anywho, i got to stay home and watch unsolved mysteries, brother never did the fart torture again.
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>>7044139
I've only ever liked Cream Soda, with Funyuns.
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>love boston creme donuts
>pick one up from dd almost every morning
>one day get one and the creme is SOUR
>blow in to autistic rage and crush and smear the donut all over everything

i cant forget the sour it was horrid
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>>7044148
Your dad seems like a sadistic fuck. Are you fat? I have a theory about when parents associate food and punishment it ends up fucking people's perspective up.
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>>7043726
wtf were you thinking?
pulled pork is one of the easiest dishes to make
it's like 5 mins of prep and 2-3 to finish up
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>>7044202

on the contrary, i was the skinnest kid in the bunch, i didnt pass 50 pounds until i started puberty. at the time his worst night happened i was 68 pounds. as of now I am only 115, and it wasn't from a lack of eating, as he liked to joke that there was a black hole in my stomach (and im on /ck/ for fucks sake) he also came from a rather skinny family, so im not sure what the issue was.

it was lasagna in particular. he'd get maybe annoyed about other things, but never ever tried to force mushrooms down my throat.
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>>7044202

totally just get what you meant, like this sort of event would have turned me fat. no.

the only behavior that has really stuck with me is the 'clean your plate' concept they passed on. but despite this im still only 115
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7-11 Cheeseburger Bites, or any of those rotating meat things

Some very uncomfortable minor food poisoning

Yuck yuck yuck
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>>7044218
>>7044223
Interesting, thanks for your data

Your dad must have just been really sensitive about lasagna
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>>7044254

>Your dad must have just been really sensitive about lasagna

were all adults now so i guess its my chance to try and dig into the issue and see what pissed him off so much.

in my family lasagna was some sort of prized food desu senpai so it may just be that everyone was so obsessed with it that it was impossible for me to not like it. like i was being purposely contrarian. i know my mom once cried over it cuz she took it as an insult to her cooking and she was like famous for this lasagna (canned sauce of course)
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>>7044148

my dad did the same thing to me but with apples

like how the fuck can you be mad at someone for not enjoying something that you forced them to do
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>>7044271

really? apples?

frankly im surprised my parents were more concerned about my lack of fruit, but i loved my vegetables enough to request seconds so that probably satiated them.

seriously though you gotta wonder what drives parents so crazy. i wasn't a disaster, i had no problem making myself a sandwich on these nights.
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>>7044266

Im curious, because I though lasagne was universally loved.

Is it the ingredients, or the combination.

For example, if you just nibbled at the individual constituents, like a noodle, or some cheese, or a chunk of beef in tomato sauce, would you have the same reaction?

What about other pastas like manicotti or stuffed shells? Pizza?

I'll be back tomorrow; its a slow board I think, and Im distracted. But am reading.
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_________________

My mother was a terrible cook, desu. Later on she just gave up. Most of my youth I thought I didnt like a lot of things just because of the way she made them. For example, I thought I hated liver and fish until I tried them made well, and loved them.

She was so bad, I remember the day I ate dinner at a friends and thought they must be rich or his mom was a great cook because the vegetables tasted so good. It was just a frozen blend. Thats how bad of a cook she was.

I dont know how someone manages to fuck up pre-made pancake batter and cake mix, but she did.

This is the sort of woman who would put ketchup in her mashed potatoes, A1 on her steak (no, not a playful dab, a fifth of the bottle) and sent me to school with butter on lebannon bologna sandwiches.

She had absolutely no kitchen sense whatsoever. A plate of the woman's fried chicken looked like a miniature crime scene. She cooked the only steak that I have ever seen a hungry dog turn down. At school bake sales, she was consistently asked to contribute paper plates. My father himself went through a full pepper shaker every month. In the summer, the kitchen was notable as being the only room with no files.

And yet the woman could not be any stricter about table manners. So family meals at home had two layers of torture. We were forced to conduct Emily Post levels of etiquette while being forced to eat the worst swill ever concocted in a developed nation. My father would actually smuggle fast food into the house sometimes before dinner...
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... After my brother went into boy scouts, he began asking for MREs for his birthday and Christmas but never took them camping. We would lie about the cost of school lunches just so we could buy more school cafeteria food out of the terror of coming home with an appetite.

Oh god, the memories...

I'll leave it there before I begin ranting on the laundry list of metabolic disorders I have now. Officially, my dad died of kidney failure after a host of other metabolic issues. But to my brother and me, it may as well have been negligent homicide.
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>>7043726
Jim Beam's pulled pork is aslo terrible. Had to throw half of it out.
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>>7044203
I know, right? A couple weeks ago I woke up at 9 am to cook a Boston butt low and slow and 5 minutes later it was 8pm and ready to eat.
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>>7044148
>>7044153
>>7044171


>be me

Has this been a thing long enough that it's just accepted now? God damn am I triggered
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>>7044171

>i kept yelling for mom but she was busy not having her husband home

Top fucking kek
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anything from Long John Silvers
food poisoning from two different locations is enough to keep me away for good.

and Golden Corral after I read stories about several locations purposefully serving old expired meat.
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>>7043925
Lean Pockets are actually better than Hot Pockets if you can believe it.
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>>7044867

Thanks for the heads up.
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>>7044901

Im sorry to hear that. Aside from the abuse I do to my cholesterol levels eating there, my location has always been tasty and exceptionally professional.

Our Golden Corral however is pretty bad. I was at one in the South that was great. But here in the northeast, not so much. I hear so many bad things about it now that I wonder if the whole thing is in decline.

I dont understand their business model either. Its either a buffet or it isn't. At some point it became fashionable for places to call something a buffet and then make the only plates available the size of a tea saucer, almost like its some joke.

If you are going to offer a buffet, you completely run counter to the mood that would buy it by trying to shave portions for profit and using low minded tricks to obviously screw the person who can tell the difference between a plate and a saucer.

As a result the person either has to use three such 'plates' to sample the buffet or make multiple trips.

No dignity in business at all these days.
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Not hating life cereal
It's top notch, I just don't like them because of an event.

Shortly after Hurricane Katrina I got 2 big boxes from food assistance programs which contained a total of 48 boxes of cinnamon life and some other stuff and water but the bulk of it all was cinnamon life cereal. I don't know why but they just gave me all this fucking cereal.

So for the next 2 months my diet consisted mostly of cinnamon life cereal since it was nice and saved me money, the first week I didn't have milk so I sometimes ate them with water. It wasn't bad but I made myself sick on them since I ate so much.
10 years later and even the thought of eating a bowl makes me lose my appetite.
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>>7044575
>>7044585
why did nobody say anything?
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>>7044901
hey I live about 10 minutes away from one of the infamous ones. It's the one by the eastern 386. I know the guy that exposed them. He was a great trumpet player
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>>7044892
spotted the newfag
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>>7045340

Don't give up on Life, anon.

It gets better.
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>>7044585
MRE shit stories when?
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>>7044223
>'clean your plate'
I had this times 100 since we ate with depression era grandparents constantly.
If I didn't finish the entire plate I wouldn't hear the end of it for the rest of the night. I'm definitely fat now, and I catch myself eating just because "it will go bad soon" or "I'm almost done, there's only a little left" even if I'm not hungry anymore.
Once my mom got pissed at us kids because we never wanted what she made (usually ramen noodles, or other poor people food) so she bought a giant thing of beef liver and made us eat it. Fucking disgusting, I still won't go near liver.
Another time, I asked for that chocolate donut cereal because I'm a stupid kid and my mom finally caved and got it. When breakfast time came around I said I really liked it and she got all pissy and yelled "of course you like it, it's pure sugar!" I was a sensitive kid (total pussy, kek) and was really young, so I didn't expect that and I started to cry a little but try to hide it. She must have felt bad because she said it was okay and made me finish it even though I didn't want it anymore and felt guilty. Cut to today and now I don't eat breakfast cereal, and usually not breakfast at all.
It's weird how it's the dumb little things that sticks with you. I'm conditioned to buy only the cheapest food possible and spend very little to nothing on entertainment. This isn't so bad now, but for the longest time it was PAST the point of practicality and just into stupid territory.
/blog
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>>7044148
>>7044153
>>7044171
>be me
Who else would you be?
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>>7044202
>when parents associate food and punishment it ends up fucking people's perspective up.
can confirm
My mum made it her business to make meal times as stressful as possible and force fed me some nasty shit.
I have an eating disorder now.
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Don't ever buy this shit. It's offensively sweet and tastes like window cleaner
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>>7045344

She had something of a temper.

Do you remember the Balrog from LOTR?

Imagine that, except scary.
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>>7045453

Its ok. I know all those feels.
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>>7045617

>window cleaner

Good heavens.
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>>7044892
>>7045489
>be you
>suck dick
>love it and keep doing it
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>>7043726
Never again? Just about any heat and eat convenience food product qualifies. Laziness tastes like disappointment.
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>>7045769

But there are so many ways to liven them up. The whole point of cooking is to morph one thing into another. Its not like one starts making pasta by shucking and grinding wheat.

The closer you are to the completed dish, granted, the less control you have. But sometimes, you dont need much.

I've seen people share ideas for ramen that would knock peoples socks off.
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>>7045984
>I've seen people share ideas for ramen that would knock peoples socks off.
Sure, there's plenty you can do to make garbage tasty. The Chinese and Latin Americans are masters of it. But once you get into the habit of cooking everything from scratch, and only buying ingredients all that highly processed convenience stuff starts to taste false. So does fast food. You don't notice how disgusting it is until you stop eating it for a while then try it again.

You really only have to look at the ingredients. Is there shit in there you wouldn't put in if you were cooking it yourself? If there are it's legit to ask yourself why the fuck would you eat it. And the only real answer is laziness.
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>>7046037
>taste false

What does false taste like?
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absolutely awful. Somehow this has great reviews all over the place, too. I don't mind fake cheese all that much but this was nearly inedible.
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>>7046047
>What does false taste like?
pic related
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>>7044266
Maybe they lost a big lasagna competition and they couldn't accept defeat.
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>>7046037
>And the only real answer is laziness.


Well, sometimes time and resource an issue. I dont think its fair to say someone is lazy for making a sandwich because they dont have time to whip up quiche just for lunch.

Fresh is better tasting, I think, but in truth, much of human consumption needs are not based on simply taste.

Taste and freshness are luxuries of time, resource,utilities and knowledge, but they dont compose the needs of most of our consumption. Quality and appeal aren't the same thing depending on the context.

To put it one way, form follows function, others might point to demand and market forces.

Consider the caveman who plucks a ripe fruit while on a hunt for something he presumably has to spend time on cooking later. The quality of each is relative, but the appeal is suited to the needs, time and availability.

I generally agree with what you're saying, I just think there is more to consider.
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>>7046110
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>>7046811
>To put it one way, form follows function, others might point to demand and market forces.
I suppose, but think of it like this: Just over a century ago there was little in the way of fast food, and very little prepared food available. So someone in the home (usually the wife or grandmother) played the role of dedicated cook. She bought ingredients and spent time turning them into meals. If the family had enough money to buy decent ingredients and she was the least bit talented everyone ate pretty well. There was really no other option.

Now cooking is seen by some as a luxury, because there are other options. There's fast food, heat and eat convenience food and countless snack type foods that are passed off as meals.

Like the crap in OP pic. You see that in the supermarket and think, "Shit, I can have pulled pork without going to the trouble of making it myself!" But unl.ike making it yourself, where your primary concern is taste this product was carefully created using other criteria. It has to have a decent shelf life. It has to be profitable, which means it's made from the cheapest possible ingredients. And it has to be inoffensive to mass market consumers, so it can't have any real character beyond salty and sweet.

The result is a seriously degraded version of pulled pork. All similar products suffer from the same thing, because that degradation has become the standard. And people who eat this kind of degraded food on a regular basis have gotten used to it, and lost the ability to be critical of it. So they keep buying it.

To those of us who cook and know what food is supposed to taste like this shit tastes really fucking wrong. Unfortunately we've become something of a minority. I'd still rather put in the hour plus in the kitchen every day if it means I rarely if ever have to eat degraded food.
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>>7044575
Do you write a lot? I would enjoy reading a book written by you
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it was portabellos with toppings, but pre-packaged
the mushrooms were bitter, the toppings were some weird bbq mush with cheese on top
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>>7044148
Your entire family, you included, sound autistic.
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>>7044171

>be le me

post-2010 4chan users should be shot on sight to be quite honest with you
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>>7043830
The only reason I wont eat hot pockets is because the first time I heated one up the insides looked like an ear infection my friend had some time ago.
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>>7045388
If you bake them instead of microwaving them, they're much better. It gets them crispy again.

Same goes for Little Caesar's pizza.
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>>7043726
I tried something from the same are of my store but it was supposed to be like..asian beef. I got a third of the way through before I almost vomited and had to stop. That section was right by the Lunchables so I shouldn't have trusted it to begin with.
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>>7043830
pepperoni hot pickets smell like death
hell..almost anything frozen with pepperoni smells bad,but these are a million times worse than anything else
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It just tasted like salt and I could barely eat half of it before giving up.
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>>7046200
/thread
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When I was younger my brother and I went through sugary cereals too fast so my mom used to take containers and mix them with bran flakes or Raisin Bran.

She ruined many meals for me. It's because of her "creations" that I don't eat lots of things.

One time she made fudge too runny so she added oatmeal to make it thicker. She named it Flap jacks. It resulted in something we never ate. When she came across it randomly ages later in the fridge, she tried to get us to eat it as a dessert because "waste not want not".

She is the sole reason I learnt how to cook. I'm glad she doesn't cook anymore.
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>>7048137
pockets*
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>>7047026

Well, I agree with all that. For some reason, it made me think of that god awful stuff they send to the Space Station, ISS. They swear its tasty, but the science behind it is some real Frankenstein tier engineering. The scientists seem to literally compete on how to make food nutritious, edible and last ridiculous amounts of time.

I buy convenience stuff often because I have little time, and honestly, much of it tastes fine; frozen vegetable mixes, sausages, canned soups, frozen lasagne etc. If it tastes alright, I dont see the harm.

But of course, this genre of food, as you say, is where a lot of unpleasant concoctions and marketing experiments lie.

Its not that I dont appreciate real cooking, I just have other priorities sometimes.

In truth, I think the human food needs are far more primitive than our likes. Our body will process a lot of things without a problem that aren't especially haute cuisine. We tend to eat a lot of what we dont need and dont actually metabolize a lot of what we actually consume. In the modern west, we take in a ton of protein we dont need, and truly toxic levels of sugar, fats and carbs.


A fresh made casserole may taste great, but nutritionally fares little better than some indulgence menu item at Burger King.

I'd maunder on about America's obesity problem among the poor vis-a-vis our mass food distribution methods, food deserts, a decline in domestic culture generally and market forces vs. sane diet, but that would end up being even more tl;dr

I do respect and appreciate your esteem of the alchemy of cooking though.
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>>7048251


This is one of my guilty pleasures (above). For $6-9, I get a roast beef that isn't perfect, but is nice in a jiffy. Some are better than others. I'll make it with some Green Giant Baby Vegetable Medley and some Bob Evans frozen mashed potatoes, and have the semblance of a decent meal in about 16 minutes.

I hear the BirdsEye "Voila" series of mixed vegetables are immensely popular and have a reputable health rating too.
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>>7047617

That must've really been a let down. Sometimes specialty stuff like that is actually decent if you dont mind paying a bit more. But every now end then, you find a stinker.
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>>7048130

There's no shame in trying. We just have to be realistic about the odds, I guess.

>>7048167

That ticks me off. Too much salt is about the clumsiest thing a cook can do. Although some Asian foods do seem to do that.

I hear that Chinese food in America was unpopular before the immigrant cooks learned to load it up with butter, sugar and salt for the American palate, and that American Chinese food in no way resembles the native cuisine. I'd believe it.

>>7047933

> Little Caesar's

Their ribs aren't terrible. But like any franchise outlet, it depends on the crew.
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>>7048265
>I hear that Chinese food in America was unpopular before the immigrant cooks learned to load it up with butter, sugar and salt for the American palate, and that American Chinese food in no way resembles the native cuisine. I'd believe it.

As an asian, confirmed.

If you go into a chinese restaurant and it's mostly asians there, you've found a good place.
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>>7045396
underrated post
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>>7044892
>has this been a thing long enough
gee is like ten fucking years long enough?
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>>7045453
hello me
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>>7047663
seriously what is with this thread? Why is there (presumably one poster making) so many posts condemning somethign we have done since the beginning. if be me offends you then I don't think you spend very much time on 4chan
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>>7048497
">be me" is not something we have done since the beginning, not even fucking "greentext" stories are something we've done since the beginning. Fuck off back to Reddit already.
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>>7044888
Seriously? How the fuck do you cook a roast in five minutes? And if I'm not mistaken the first guy said they were sold out of anything else he wanted. So in a strange world where roasts happen in five minutes that would logically show that they were out of roasts.
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>>7045368
I consider myself the newest and faggiest of newfags, yet I still know that
>Be me
is just the most 4chan thing since goreporn, CP, gayporn, trapporn, hentei, more goreporn and calling everyone a faggot or kek.
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>>7045396
I kek'd
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>>7046074
The great reviews come from the great smuggness they feel from buying this fake hippishit.
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>>7048251
>If it tastes alright, I dont see the harm.
There might not be any harm, depending on how you see the world. In my view there are many non-food ingredients in convenience food - coloring, preservatives, artificial flavors - that I'd simply rather not eat if I can help it. Then there's the matter or aesthetics. How much people value aesthetics varies widely. To me they're pretty freakin' important. And having my dinner be a second or third rate version of a particular dish that comes out of a plastic container and was made in some factory weeks, maybe months ago is more than I can handle. I already know how good food can be if you put a little effort into it. I can't go back.

That heat and eat stuff is just too grim for me.
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>>7048265
Little Caesars has ribs? I never knew!

I'm just glad there is a place other than Pizza Hut that has stuffed crust now.
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>>7049452
The ones near me don't have ribs...
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>>7044542
not him, but it's mostly the texture of the ricotta that gets to me
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no good
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>>7049580
coolatas are really good though
also love their grilled cheese,egg white wraps,and potato rounds or hashbrowns or whatever they call them
cant stand their donuts though
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>>7047048

Not vocationally, but I do have some experience. Thank you for the kind thoughts.
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>>7044901
>anything from Long John Silvers

Man, I wish there was still a Long John Silvers around here.

Back in the day, our family used to go there probably every other Friday and we never had any problems.
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>>7050145

We are lucky to have a well run one here, and how well something is run makes all the difference.

Sure, its not healthy and not particularly creative, but what they do, they do well, and its always a treat. I like to get a little of everything when I am there, and its always a comfy, relaxed and tasty meal.

I do have to refrain from singing "OH WHO LIVES IN A PINEAPPLE UNDER THE SEA" when I walk in though
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>>7043830
For free?
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mcdonalds
>haven't had mcdonalds in about 5 years
>go there and get a large fries and a double quarter pounder
>fries are cold and soggy, absolutely disgusting
>burger is gross, the meat is limpid and tasteless
>think i'll give them one more chance a few months later
>get mcnuggets
>they're also disgusting
easily the worst fast food chain in aus
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>pork rinds

smell like ass and don't taste much better
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Absolute fucking trash.

Almost as bad as British food.
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>>7047933
>Same goes for Little Caesar's pizza.

I'll try that, I've got a toaster oven and half a box of Little Squeezers Hot & Ready deep-dish from yesterday that I was going to toss, as microwaved ain't really good.
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>>7050145

I found this picture oddly endearing, so I looked it up. That's a patient and nurse from Rockcastle Rehab in Brodhead Kentucky on a group trip to lunch. According to the website "Rockcastle Health & Rehab residents worked hard on various fundraisers to earn enough money to take a trip to Long John Silvers."

Here's another picture of the gang enjoying lunch. Tabatha is clearly a goofball and I wish her well in her studies to become an anesthetist.

Anybody who makes fun of this is a communist.
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>>7048194
>One time she made fudge too runny so she added oatmeal to make it thicker. She named it Flap jacks. It resulted in something we never ate.

That sounds good.
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>>7048167
I think this shit is the reason I had an episode of midnight diarrhea
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>>7043726
>Post the things you will never eat again and why.

NutriSystem.

A buddy bought a bunch for weight loss and instantly hated them, so I got them for free, figuring they'd be all right for a quick lunch.

Only the lasagna was edible and from for the pic, you can see that ain't saying much and after eating the meals for a few weeks, I was shitting 5-6 times a day and felt like I had to shit all day long. Even after I stopped eating, I was still fucked up for a month after.
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>>7048167

WTF? It looks like mud with chunks of wood floating in it.
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>>7044575
>a plate of the woman's fried chicken looked like a miniature crime scene
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>>7050247
>worked hard on various fundraisers to earn enough money to take a trip to Long John Silvers."
Wow. Talk about shooting for the stars.

LJS is pretty good actually, as long as I don't go with someone that pours gallons of Neptune's Jizz (tartar sauce) or liquid farts (malt vinegar) on their fish.
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>>7050222
i had the one with chicken breast,potatoes and gravy and while it wasnt terrible,it kind of tasted like baby food
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Nothing necessarily against cherries, but I still get nauseated from cherry flavored stuff. Years of discount syrups and medicines being poured into my body during times of great sickness managed to get my body to associate the common cherry with prolonged vomiting.
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>>7043726
That looks so fucking nasty what kind of flyover nobody would ever try that shit in the first place. Only trailer trash drink JD anyway.
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>>7043830
How did they become green in a freezer?
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>bought inarizushi no moto
>it was so sweet it tasted like it had been marinated in pure syrup
>threw it all out
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>>7044575
Your misery is noted, and hysterical.
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>>7045743
> tfw my bitch of a mother died, and I had to start cooking for my father
> I'm already a much better cook than she ever was

Food is better, and so is the stress level
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what kind of man child eats these pre cooked meals?
Absolutely disgusting
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>Be me
>read this thread
ohwowahaha.jpeg
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>>7044139
But have you tried the master race version?
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>>7050980
I have no clue.
>>7050173
nope... I'd turn down a free hotpocket. There's some other brands that I would accept but never theirs again.
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>>7050247

That is pretty sweet. I wonder how far they had to travel.

Thanks for sharing that.

<3
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>>7050211

Did you go to the same location both times?

Management and crew make a difference. Here in the US, it depends on where you are. If you try fast food in the city, it employs city people and is utter shit. If you go to the burbs, management and crew tend to have some basic standards more often and at least make an effort.

Its not just the employees, but the way the franchise responds to its local demographic. Inner city ones are run like prison chow hall (and built for security). The ones in the burbs tend to be more relaxed.

Even then, management and crew make a difference. I have seen good ones in the city and poor ones in the burbs. If a company is making millions of dollars and one outlet is serving shit, its the outlet, not the franchise.
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>>7045368
>>>/out/
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>>7043726
KFC

no need to elaborate, we've all been there.
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>>7050614

Sorry to hear that. I hope you recovered well enough to get any enjoyment from life.
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>>7044139
>The last bag I had over a year ago was slightly not crunchy enough; almost as if they hadn't been fried long enough or whatever.
My guess would be that there was a small hole in the bag and they were slightly stale (which turns funyuns soggy). Funyuns seem to go stale faster than any other food.
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>>7051222
>>7044139

I am so clueless. I thought funions were those fancy appetizers. Lemme see if I can find a pic

Here it is. I thought these were called funions. Turns out they are called Blooming Onions. They look tasty.

Suppose I should try both. I like onion rings. It amazes me that there are people who dont like onions.
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Ate one of them black burgers from the king. Something to do with Halloween. Only thing spooky was the massive dump the next day. Bright chartreuse green dye was coming off the massive turd. I can only imagine what my insides looked like.
Also potato soup. Fuck that Shit.
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>>7043804
>I know southern style food is exploding with sugar
First off its "southern food" not "southern style".
Second, not all southern food has a ton of sugar. Only desserts and a few sauces.

And pre made pork in some sort of industrial sauce is not southern.
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>>7050980
Sometimes stores will leave shit out too long before putting it in the freezer which speeds up the molding process
>woman comes up to register and pays in cash but only has enough for half of what she gets
>cashiers check out 10 more people and just leave frozen food sitting there
I see it happen all the time.
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>>7051127
Their fries and macaroni are godtier though. I wont get their chicken for personal reasons,but I love the shit out of everything else on their menu.
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>>7051279
I dont like cooked onion but I really enjoy these. They're always given out for free when Im there too.
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>>7051094
Not the person you replied to but I had a similar experience. Went to several different McDonalds in different towns, even different states. Each one had terrible, cold, soggy food. If I go to other restaurants in the same towns/states, there are no issues. I'll never eat at McDonald's again.
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>>7051974
>I can only imagine what my insides looked like.
No different than when you eat a regular whopper. Its like people have never had cheap cupcakes or anything. Hell,even Sonic drinks turn your shit colors. Its just dye.
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This shit right here. It tastes like soggy paper and salted water.
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>>7052241
Those are pretty gross. However, Marie Callendars arent much more expensive and they are miles better in quality. Best frozen turkey pot pies Ive ever bought.
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>>7050247
>>7050145

>Long John Silvers
>cheeseburger poster on window
>A & W logo on glasses

What the fuck?
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>>7052249

I absolutely agree. I only buy Marie Callendar frozen meals. They actually have flavor and are a hell of a lot more filling.
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Hommels, worse than a MRE and tv dinners are just a notch below MRE in causing constipation
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>>7052254

I've honesty never seen a Long John Silvers that wasn't combined with some other fast food place.

The one by me is combined with a Taco Bell (never actually tried ljs, but tried tb last week for the gold ps4 and it was just as bad as i'd remembered).
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>>7045762
top kek
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>>7052260

I like the Stouffer's Chicken Broccoli Bake, and their regular lasagne.

I am meh at best with their other dishes. But the Chicken Broccoli Bake is very tasty.
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>>7052267

Really? The ones around here are stand alones.

The interiors have a campy 'arr laddy' sea side interior that is corny but somehow comfy. Even if tacky, its still nicely done.

I would note though that franchises build and serve menus according to the demographic of the area.

I have seen KFCs that looked like proper restaurants, complete with carpet, plants and buffet, while ones in the inner city can resemble prison cafeterias with fixed stools and designed for visual security.

Fast food places in the city seem to double as homeless shelters. After nightfall, they wont even give trays for fear of them being used as weapons between customers.
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>>7052193

Dont give me that. The ice cubes alone are sculpted from rock candy and maple syrup is considered an aperitif. The only thing that isnt made of sugar is the damn sugar which itself is bleached powdered honey and molasses is offered as soup. It may as well be the kitchen of Willy friggin Wonka. The plates themselves are nothing but baked icing. Its the only place in the world where you reach for the salt and find insulin instead.
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>>7052254
The Long John Silvers here is combined with a KFC.
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>>7044542
>Ricotta does not fit
>Spinach is from frozen and overcooked
>Sauce is canned or worse
>Commercial ground beef is horrible any way you serve it

At least you can't fuck up noodles, right?
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>>7050138
Your style struck me too
Good job
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YUM-O
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>>7052784
What's up with Maine?
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>>7052930

Lots of poverty.
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>>7051279
>Suppose I should try both. I like onion rings.

Blooming onions are the best, I'd execute every motherfucking last one of you for one right now.
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>>7052207
This, also food pallets coming in from deliveries might sit in the back for awhile before someone puts it into the freezer.
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>>7043726
>Surprised BBQ sauce is sweet
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>>7052763
>After nightfall, they wont even give trays for fear of them being used as weapons between customers.

You know, if screw a handle and arm-strap on it, and a cafeteria tray would make a pretty good zombiepocalypse shield for hand-to-hand melee combat?
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>>7043726
Got food poisoning from Taco Bell back in highschool.

Worst 3 days of my life.

Never went to Taco Bell ever again and have not ate a taco since then since it seems I developed some minor trauma from tacos.
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>>7050614
This is the same reason why I despise grape and cherry juice.
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>>7052962

Indeed. There seems to be a link between poverty, stress and eating. I am not quite certain if it has to do more with comfort seeking behavior, or if there is something in the distribution.

Poor people in urban areas have more time consuming difficulty getting access to supermarkets. They typically dont have cars to haul large quantities at lower prices, and the fastest access is to fast food outlets.

They also dont immediately recognize things as food, because when there even is any cooking skill, other things are missing, like adequate temperature controlled storage or preparation space or utilities. So they literally dont recognize raw ingredients as food because they either dont have the means, knowledge and equipment to cook them, or they dont perceive the means from habit. Supermarkets leaving the cities, I think, probably has a large factor in it, probably due to theft, since grocery is a razor thin mark up and profit.

Time is also an issue for the working class, especially if there are children.

Finally there is just plain old marketing for convenience. The term convenience here is a bit of an understatement, since the pressing need for food is matched against meager environments for preparation and storage.

Worse, once poor food selections become habits, even correcting the environment isn't instantly helpful because, again, habit makes it hard for them to recognize and like better food.

And then finally, there is basic stress related, comfort seeking behavior, the same you'd find in most any stressed creature.

I dont mean to sound dehumanizing. We are all creatures and we have the same basic natural triggers for stress and food seeking behaviors.

Solving the problem of a tasty meal now is more real than the more abstract problem of declining health until its obvious for most people. Our ability to solve a problem is relative to our perceived environment and access to tools.
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>>7053466

If I had no car, a tiny kitchen with few utensils, minimum cooled storage, and came from parents of the same problems so no cooking knowledge was transmitted between generations, I imagine that a bag full of veggies and fresh fish would seem an enigma to me too.

It reminds me of a bat I cared for for a day.

I would hold a live insect up to him, knowing he had to be starving (which is it was only a day, he had to feed).

I would hold up a big fat tasty mosquito or moth and he would not recognize it as food any more than we would recognize a burger on the floor as being anything but a mess. It had to be flying for him to recognize it as food.

The word 'recognize' is important here because recognition of food is an instinctive thing, a reflex, which is why we are cautious to ingest new things. It has to happen fairly quick or the mind just doesn't process it as something as deeply biologically intimate as food.

So a lot of what we perceive as food is because of the way it is presented. Think of food packaging. Think of all the goop we eat simply because of the way it is packaged or because someone put it on a clean plate next to a shiny fork. This all cues our brain into "its okay, you can eat it" based on pure faith, not analysis or knowledge.

If you cant cook, flour does not look like food. If you are stressed, salad is no comfort. If you have little more than a hotel kitchenette, a great deal on 10 pounds of raw chicken doesn't seem like that great of a deal. If you are poor and can walk two minutes to a pair of cooked beef patties for three dollars, or spend an hour on a bus each way to pick up only what you can carry which will spoil in heat before you get back, the cheeseburger looks better.

There is a link between poverty and obesity, but I am not sure it is any one single thing.
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>>7053329

Thats no joke. I am glad you got better.
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>>7053329
you should try some systematic desensitization because a life without tacos just isn't a life worth living
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>>7052919
tried these out of curiosity
the cheese inside wasnt all that bad,it was the texture of the...bread crumbs and dorito chunks? that made me want to puke
horrible combination of texture there and felt like i was eating gristly meat
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Once I ate a peanut butter sandwich and then got a stomach virus. I couldn't eat anything for 2 days and now I can't stand even looking at it
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Vinegar.

Can't cook with it, can't clean with it, can't have it in anything I eat, can't even stand to have the bottle open near me.

It's because my cunt of an aunt was batshit crazy. I went up to where my cousin lived when I was younger to visit, and one day the aunt cleaned the entire house from top to bottom with about 12 bottles of vinegar. I couldn't even stay inside the house for longer than 2 minutes, the stench was so overwhelming. It was as if someone had boiled a bottle of it inside a small car and let it ferment for a day or two before boiling another bottle. The most disgusting, nauseating, excruciating smell on the planet. I had to shit outside because I couldn't stand being inside for long enough. I couldn't sleep for two days because of the smell either

Never will I ever use vinegar. Ever.
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>>7044575
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Nachos. Processed liquid nacho cheese, really, since I'm still totally down for normal melted cheese. First time I had it, it was cold and some horrible off-brand I guess. The people heated it up a little in a crockpot but it was the nastiest thing I can remember putting in my mouth. It's still enough to help me vomit when I need to.
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These would become popular if they were not bland and boring. They will not.
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>>7054848
Over the summer I worked for a small place that had the poor excuse for nachos on the menu and this was the brand used in the large cans that we just dumped into the heated container. At one point we had another but generally I think you're going to be getting garbage no matter what brand it is. I tried a little myself one day on some nachos and I also wanted to vomit cause the texture and taste was so gross. I don't know how people enjoyed the stuff and many even asked for extra sauce (which basically meant they wanted tortilla chips in a canned processed cheese soup). Even the way it smelled made me cringe, the worst was cleaning the stuff though. The smell was so bad it could kill. On the bright side the corn tortilla chip rounds we used we really good chips themselves.
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Gazpacho. Fucking disgusting.

I hate soup, but the guy who thought to serve it cold should be murdered.

Literally a nightmare food and the only thing I've ever eaten that legitimately made me gag.
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>>7044575
>She cooked the only steak that I have ever seen a hungry dog turn down.

Holy shit, how is that even possible?
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>>7044575

Is this a true story? Terrifying.

[spoilies]I like a dollop of ketchup in my mashed potatoes sometimes. I would never mix it into the whole pot though wtf
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>>7050282
Just like the rest of India.
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>>7054848
The only nachos Ill eat are at sporting events,unless I make my own at home using real cheese.
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>>7054994
I tried these too. The cheese larvae specifically. They were perfectly fine at first. Tasted like a cross between popcorn hulls and Asian crackers or something. Until I saw the long black insides sticking out of one that looked like a bone(though they dont have bones so Im still not sure what it was). Couldn't eat anymore after that.
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>out for the day with sister
>we get hungry
>she says "Let's go to Cafe Latte"
>agree, thinking it's just some cafe
>wrong
>she drives me to the yuppie part of town
>place is a cafeteria-style zoo full of screaming children
>decide I want a ham sandwich
>have to stand in line 5 fucking minutes just to get to the area that makes the sandwiches
>shout order to person behind counter, can barely hear over the screaming kids and yapping hipsters
>two thin slices of ham, a slice of cheese, lettuce, mayo, all on white bread
>$9

Never again.
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>>7044901
Oh man Golden Corral, a couple great Georgia evenings were spent lounging there absolutely destroying those buttered rolls with sweet butter.
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>>7044575
>Most of my youth I thought I didnt like a lot of things just because of the way she made them.

I know that feel. I thought I didn't like pork chops, until I moved out on my own and tried cooking them to medium. My life changed forever. I love my mom, but eating her pork chops is like chewing on carpet remnants. She's stuck with the idea that pork needs to be beyond well-done in order to be safe.
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This freaking garbage in a can still gives me nightmares. Don't even think about tuna noodle casserole or cream of celery soup.
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>>7056312
>Chinese food in a can
How much do you have to hate yourself to eat this?
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>>7052784
There is legitimately healthy non-saccharine Southern food, but a huge majority of the South doesn't actually cook for themselves.

You also have a high concentration of uneducated poor people that don't bother learning nutrition. You can stumble upon some pretty good meals down here.
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Dutch salted licorice.

No, seriously, fuck this awful shit.
When I was a kid I ate a bunch of this and was sick that night. And not 'I ate too much candy' sick, more 'I drank Ganges water and now I have amoebic dysentery' sick. Projectile vomiting, galloping diarrhea, and nausea that could fell Cthulhu.

Even the smell of this crap makes me want to hurl. Turns out that it's made with ammonium chloride, not sodium chloride. Ammonium chloride is a gastric irritant... And I didn't know, being a kid.

Seriously Holland, there is not a circle of hell deep and horrific enough for whichever one of your accursed race that spawned this flavour abomination.

I feel ill just recalling the taste of it coming back up.
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>>7057131

Sounds delicious.
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>>7057131
I'd eat it.
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>>7057131
salty licorice is based
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>>7057141
It's not, it's fucking horrible.

>>7057150
You'd regret it.
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Sunny D. Never again. I'm fuzzy on the details before the trip, but for about 4 years of my life I drank Sunny D any chance I got. Go on a trip to Canada with family and some friends of my parents. On the last day, in the FUCKING TRANSPORT VAN to the airport to go home I start blowing chunks. Guess what it looked like...theres another food I don't touch anymore because of puking/flu incidents but I cant remember them..
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>>7057160
Can you expand on that?
-Tastes horrible
-Causes diarrhea and vomiting
-Smells like licorice coated in fertilizer (which is basically what it is)

Shit's gagworthy, yo.
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>>7057131

My dad traveled for work when I was growing up and always stopped off in Amsterdam (I only later realized why).

He'd always bring back little presents and shit when we were little, always stroopwafels (before they were really sold in the States), but sometimes he'd bring back salted licorice (because he knew I loved licorice), and I never like it.

The only salted licorice I've ever liked is the salted licorice fish they sell at Ikea, and a whole bunch of duty-free shit I bought in Iceland while on a drunk layover.
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>>7044234
I think I might have gotten some minor FP from some taquitos I got after a long dinner shift with no crew chow
Explosive, watery, taco scented shit and assgas of varied pitch and tone put me off of ever going back
Used to love those greasy foodtubes too
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This is by far the single most disgusting frozen pizza brand I had the misfortune of buying because I was broke and it was 2.50 or so cents. It has a ghastly odor and the taste is no better then cardboard.
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I couldn't eat Cinnamon or anything related to it between 15-17 because the first time I got shit faced drunk it was off of Fireball.

Still can't touch it.
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>>7044171
so... you'll never eat your brothers farts again?
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>>7057131

Salted licorice is awesome.

However, by the time you go 'I think I should stop eating this' you're already past the point of no return and guaranteed to get nausious.
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>>7057344
I've gone straight off whiskey in general, the last time I got shitfaced on really cheap whiskey I slept in my own vomit in a ditch and felt like death until about 4 pm the next day. Just the smell makes me nauseous.
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>>7057344
American style 'cinnamon' flavour is vile in general and tastes nothing like cinnamon. My sister once brought some cinnamon 'red hots' candies after touring the US. They were utterly hideous.

I guess the American approach to cinnamon flavour is the same as the American approach to hops in craft beer- just go overboard, crank it to 11, and let balance and subtlety go to hell.
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>>7057435

>flavour

Nobody takes you seriously after that.
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>>7049566
>lasagna
>ricotta
pick one and only one, and please be joking
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>>7057439
You do realise that the only places on earth that use US English are the US, the Dominican Republic, the Philippines and Liberia, right?

Three poverty stricken, corrupt shitholes and a failed state in Africa is not a great basis for criticising others.
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>>7044171
/ck/ related....
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>>7045617
Why would you not just buy the dried packets and add water?

Also:
>just add ground beef
>add taco shells
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It's like eating paper-maché mixed with sugar, I fucking detest creamed rice
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>>7057580

I thought it would be the same thing but requires less prep with more flavor. Never again.
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>>7057462
ayyyyyyyy
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>>7043726
>The store was out of my usual beef dish

I'm new to this board, is it common for people to buy readymeals? Isn't this place about cooking?
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>>7057344
I drank that once and threw up in my car at a stop light. Had to buy a new car, the smell stayed with it
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>>7057338
This looks like something an intern would make when forced to fill up the background of a tv show or movie with fake non-copyright-infringing boxes.
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>>7057774
"food and cooking." there are lots of threads about hitting up restaurants or buying prepared food. it's pretty all-encompassing of everything food related.
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>>7057344
>33%
what the fuck is wrong with people, I know faggots who have refused to pitch in on anything that wasn't fireball, like fuck, that shit is not only disgusting, but it's as weak as fuckin malibu
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you are an idiot for buying that in the first place, and an even bigger idiot for not checking the ingredients list when you first picked it up.

i always wondered what type of lazy uneconomic fuck buys these things.
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>>7059413
Who you talking to there mate?
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>>7059771
OP obviously (though anon probably doesn't come here very often as if he did he would realize this thread is about a week old now)
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I bought and tried some almond milk just out of curiosity. Don't really know what I expected, I didn't expect it to taste like regular milk though. First of all the smell was like a bag of potato chips. Like just normal potato chips with no special seasoning. And the taste, holy fucking shit. One of the most disgusting things ever. It really did taste like someone took a bag of chips, ground it all up, combined with water, strained it, and poured it into a container.
Never again.
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