I already have the seasoning, but I'm looking to see if you /ck/ucks have any tips to make taco meat even better.
Also, I'm doing trailer park tacos (ground beef)
What do, /ck/?
Small cubed potatoes?
ground beef is fucking expensive as shit and its the worst taco meat. why don't you just buy some pork shoulder and braize it for 4 hours? shit's litterally 2~ dollars a lb even in very developed and high cost of living parts of america.
I won't touch pork after a couple days becuase I don't feel like getting botulism.
A pound of cooked ground beef taco meat will last me 4 days, costs $2.79 and is much safer
>inb4 poorfag because you are 100% correct
What makes you think cooked pork grows botulism? You are annihilating any bacteria, fungus or parasite present during a 4 hour braise.
Unless you don't have a fridge because you're poor...
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I still buy a box of these a few times every year. I'm 45yo.
How does /ck/ feel about MREs?
>if your boyfriend hasn't fought in a pointless war for Israel, he's not a real man
Never had one, but i've always wanted to try one, just out of curiosity
Theres this guy named Ashens on youtube that tries out different mres from different countries. Its pretty neat seeing all the different foods stuffed into those little boxes
The first one I had was in the Army back in 1988. The last one I had was in the Army in 2003.
I'm glad I haven't had one in 13 years.
How's that diet going, /ck/? What's the best way or method to eating less while feeling satisfied?
Before you shoo me away to /fit/, this is not about gains or health. In the spirit of pic related, how does one go about "enjoying" food without eating 10 servings of it every time you sit down?
Eat slowly. Drink a lot of water. Don't gulp it down, just have it on hand always and continuously drink it throughout the day. Pause between bites to drink more water. You might be surprised by how little you actually drink while eating a meal, but maybe that's just me because I realized a while back that I tended to focus on eating everything and then just took a few sips. Eating slower and staying hydrated are two of the most effective things I know.
I had to come to grips with this one when I hit middle age and becoming a fatshit happened to me slowly over several years. Breaking my patterns of enjoying food were impossible so I needed to find something other than eating myself to death or becoming a monk.
I did start exercising on a regular basis, but that was just to keep things moving along (and it sucked at first). Exercise won't help you burn off a rich diet unless you labor like fuck for hours a day.
To me counting calories was unsatisfying and drained the joy from life. So instead I identified the most calorie rich foods I likes and made them once in a while foods. This included fried foods, meat and dairy. Left with beans, olive/peanut oil, vegetables and grains (in moderation, because you can be a fatshit eating mostly grains) I figured out what the fuck I would eat on a day to day basis.
It turned out to be mostly Asian (especially south) and Mediterranean dishes that leaned vegan friendly most of the time. Then whatever I felt I was missing once or twice a week to round things out. I dropped 60lbs, got off cholesterol meds and have stayed this way for nearly five years. Did have to re-learn how to cook, but that only took half a year or so.
Filling up on well seasoned/spiced dishes loaded with vegetable fiber makes it hard to miss food loaded with meat/butter/cheese very often.
I've replaced solid breakfast with an 80 calorie miso soup, normal lunch and veg+small amount of chicken/beef Monday to Friday. Normal weekend. Losing a kilo per week without giving up alcohol.
I was recently in the UK and found a shop called Thorntons. Seems quite popular all over the UK.
They had something called Liquorice Special Toffee. Its completely and utterly amazing. Never tasted anything so good in my life.
Anyway any can find a recipe for this as i live in NZ and they have nothing like this sort of stuff here. Appreciate any help
Also whats your favourite sweet food? know of anything better than this?
Liquorice is made specifically from liquorice root which can be difficult to find. Lucky for you, you can buy this straight off their site.
ITT: top tier snacks
>peanut butter and a glass of milk
Prepare well balanced meals so you can feel full without wasting time to snack during the day. Does /b/ respect people who snack? Even the word "snack" has a negative connotation to me.
Do you guys take your stoves and ovens with you when you move out of your place? I splurged in a 3 thousand dollar stove a while ago and I have to move to a different place but I don't want to leave my awesome stove behind in this dump. I've never heard of anyone moving their stoves though.
what is it with people and claiming bacon is the best shit in the world, is it just a dull meme, bacon is fucking overrated
psst...anon. you know you're posting about bacon right now, right? knock it the hell off.
You have 10 seconds to justify why I should ever eat chicken off the bone when tenders are just as tasty and less hassle.
Protip: You literally can't
I'm a bit of a drunk and my go-to bottom shelf bourbon is Old Grand-dad (either 80 or 100 proof, whichever is available).
Starting around summer of last year, my local liquor stores (Spec's, a very large chain in Texas) began running out of it. If I drove 20 minutes extra from my usual spot, I could find it, even if it was only a fifth of the 80 proof.
Been hankering for a bottle of the 100 proof (probably the best $20 fifth you can buy), so I had my nearest Spec's put in a special order for a bottle. I've done this before and it usually takes...
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I think the old crow reserve is done. I haven't seen it in any store around my area for a year now. The 100 Ogd is pretty few and far between. I've also seen some different bottles and labels come out for OGD so they may be releasing a newer batch slowly idk. The 114 is everywhere though which is just fine for me.
My closest Spec's is in a very upscale area and the bottom shelf is largely used up by yours truly.
If the issue was them flying off the shelves, I could easily ask them to save me a bottle. The stores that say it's popular are 30 minutes or more away and I ain't camping them out.
You know what, you are probably right. The last time I saw ODG 100 was at the Spec's off 2920. It came in a completely different bottle and had...
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What's for dinner /ck/?
First time making pasta with a hand crank pasta maker. Looked at several recipes and am wondering what semolina to regular flour ratio I should do.
Picture unrelated it was the only noodle picture on my phone.
No I live in the California Bay Area. Are you wondering because of the ramen?
That's a spicy miso broth special pork from Santouka Ramen, it's a chain from Japan. I like the more al dente noodles they have. It's not traditional I suppose but I like it for some reason.
I was thinking that doing a 100% semolina batch might be easier to work with as a beginner because the substantial amount of gluten...but maybe that will make the texture weird.
What should I do with leftover kimchi juice? Been eating it for a few months now and I always feel bad for throwing out all that flavorful liquid.
based on my experiences on /fa/, /mu/, and /sp/, i know there are a bunch of Bostonians on 4chan.
i'm going to be visiting there soon so tell me what are the best places to eat in and around the city
God-Tier Hot Sauce Thread
The sauce packet from this is pretty good; it's about 800,000 SHU and has a good flavor. 'cha is also really good.