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HALP! I was planning on making sausage biscuits and gravy for lunch today. I just realized I don't have any flour to make roux.

Would substituting bread crumbs or corn muffin mix work? Or should I just cook the sausage as patties and eat them w/ biscuits and no gravy?
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>>7112951

use corn starch...
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>>7112954
I like to think if had that he would have mentioned it.
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>>7112956
>>7112954
apparently cornstarch is super rare in Britain at least.

OP mighta forgot that its used as a thickener though.

Your better off going without the gravy or finding some flour because gravy is king.
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>>7112960

>Biscuit
>Calling a scone a biscuit.

You're aware they call cookies biscuits in Britain right?

I've never once heard an English person say they've eaten this food... it's a Southern State yank thing.
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>>7112954
Yeah, no corn starch. Amerifart, so nothing is open today.
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>>7112956

Most people forget they have this in the pantry... I always do. That's why I have half a dozen boxes of it.
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>>7112969

>nothing is open in a Country that's not America celebrating an American holiday
>American self hatred THIS profound

I go to work on Boxing Day, do you?
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>>7112960
Cornstarch in britain is called Cornflour, for reasons I have to admit are pretty dumb.

It's not rare, you can buy it anywhere - we're just not that used to cooking with it.
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>>7112966
wasn't thinking of semantics I was just coming up with scenarios why OP wouldn't have corn starch and Europe was the first thing that came to mind.

>>7112969
Go to a gas station. At least 1 is bound to have some flour.
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>>7112977

It's called corn flour, because that's what it is.
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>>7112976

BTFO
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>>7112979
Yea, gas stations or walmart.
Theres still a few retail places in america that don't give a fuck about employees having time with thier familes.
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>>7112993

Or people that aren't Christians...like Indians, Chinese, Japanese, Natives certainly aren't celebrating this day....
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Yeah, guess I'm making sausage and biscuit sandwiches instead.

ps. Why do 90% of /ck/ threads turn into USA vs Europe shitposting? Its tiring.
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>>7113004
Thanskgiving has literally nothing to do with Christianity.

I could make the argument that neither does Christmas but thats grasping at straws.
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>>7113004
Thanksgiving is a secular holiday. I'm an atheist and I celebrate it.
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>>7113004
>Thanksgiving
>Christian holiday

>mfw
>mfw no face
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>>7113005
It's been getting worse. And it will never get better. After eight years here, I think I'm almost done coming back. It's exhausting.
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>>7113005
I wasn't trying to make a shitpost, was just pointing out I recall a Britain friend of mine saying that there's no cornstarch in Britain.
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>>7113010

>Pilgrims left Europe because of Religious persecution
>Nothing to do with Christianity.

>>7113011

Are you Vegan too? Do tell me more.

>>7113012

See my first response
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>>7112951
how are you able to make biscuits without flour?
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>>7112951
Bread crumbs could work.

You'd have to unbake and unknead it first though.
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>>7113127
I used frozen biscuits. I don't bake.
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>>7113010
>>7113012
>>7113011

Thanksgiving is absolutely a Christian holiday. It can be celebrated as a secular holiday but it's at its core a Christian holiday.

>Americans commonly trace the Thanksgiving holiday to a 1621 celebration at the Plymouth Plantation, where the settlers held a harvest feast after a successful growing season. Autumn or early winter feasts continued sporadically in later years, first as an impromptu religious observance, and later as a civil tradition.

> President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national day of "Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens", to be celebrated on the last Thursday in November.
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