So I got a little too wasted last night, crashed hard and just woke up about an hour ago. Made me this breakfast, was delish.
Eggs and toast, heaven on earth I swear.
Lets discuss fast food dollar menu items. Best value, most filling, tastiest, most nutrition, worst items. Who has the best value menu? Who has the worst? Is there even a point in eating fast food if you aren't getting quick garbage from the dollar menu?
For me, Taco Bell and McDonalds have the most solid dollar menu. I don't care for McDonalds food much but if I'm in a hurry their dollar stuff is convenient, consistent, and lots to choose from. My favorite dollar items are Taco Bells cheesy bean and rice burrito (perfect) and the value chicken sandwich...
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The cheesy b&r burrito is alright, definitely filling for a dollar. I'm partial to the soft chicken tacos at del taco.
Also, the crispy chicken sandwich at Wendy's just recently went from .99 up to 1.19. Lame.
Who's your favorite food personality /ck/? Who has the best show?
what's in your freezer
What do you think human would taste like, hypothetically speaking?
human tastes like pork.
which is why it's sometimes called "long pork"
B-bring this back...
Do you guys also take pics of your food?
Ever eatena meal so tasty that you had to vomit immediately just to taste it again?
Post foods you can make with rice and beans
how to cook these for low cal and tastes good?
presume that I can't even make toast
Melt butter and oil with 1 teaspoon of salt. Chop into halves and toss in pan to lightly cover. Use pan or lay flat in a tray and top them off with pepper. Put in 375 degree oven for 35-40 minutes. Take out and throw some shaved dark chocolate flakes on top.
Does your diet affect your mental health?
Has your depression and/or anxiety changed when you changed your diet?
When I cut alcohol and refined sugar for a couple of months I was much happier and more productive.
Yet I eventually turned back to occasional sugary snacks and excessive levels of alcohol. Go figure. The Matrix was right when it indicated that [some] humans can't deal with perfection. Short term pleasure is just so much more tempting than long term satisfaction.
Where the fuck do I buy Poppy Seeds? how do I ask for them without looking weird?
I obviously want to make them into tea and get shitfaced.
How do you guys deal with fucking up cooking something, emotionally?
No matter what I do, I've lately been fucking up everything I try to cook. Probably mostly because I'm unstable and unable to focus but yeah. It hits pretty hard when I spend hours making something that winds up right in the trash, it's a personal failure and massive waste of time, money, food, energy, etc.
Do you guys ever feel like that too and if so how do you combat it?
This is kind of a weird topic, I know, sorry
Throwing the lot into the bin after barely tasting it is good enough for me. If there are other people around I don't let them taste it. The whole thing basically amounts to a hissy fit, but it consoles me by letting me imagine I have standards.
Sounds like some lame after school PSA, but treat it as a learning experience. Try to figure out what you did wrong, and what you'll do differently next time.
Can't say I've ever really felt emotionally devastated or anything. A lot of times when I'm trying to make something new I pretty much go in expecting it's gonna suck the first time. I'm at a point now where I've got enough basic skill that the result is usually edible, but this certainly wasn't always the case, and either way whether the next time I make it is better or...
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>The whole thing basically amounts to a hissy fit,
Pretty much this. It's never trash worthy, but sometimes it's "I'm not serving this to anyone," not in the sense that it's bad, but moreso lackluster.
Usually try to learn from it, then go drink beer.
I wish to eat cheap, healthy, and incredibly easy. Is this possible? It does not have to be tasty or original. I do not mind eating the same thing every day, as long as it gets me all the vitamins and nutrients required for health.
Pic unrelated. I want to be all those things, except don't care about fake.
Rice and beans are cheap and there's a lot of different ways you can prepare them or work them into a meal. Chicken thighs/legs are usually pretty cheap, as are whole chickens.
Don't bother buying just breasts unless you get them on sale for a decent price. Even then, try to get bone-in split breasts since they're cheaper than boneless/skinless and the bone helps them stay moist when cooking.
Definitely try to get whole chickens and roast them, then save the carcass and use it to make stock. Save some of the leftover chicken as well and use that, the stock and some vegetables to make soup.
Get whatever vegetables look good and are on sale and get some bags of cheap frozen vegetables as well.
Also if you eat bread regularly, start baking your own, it's much better quality and cheaper than buying the shitty preservative filled loaves at the supermarket.
I have 30$ to eat until next Friday and I have an allergy to wheat so ramen noodles aren't an option.
What the fuck do I do? Automatic bill payments fucked me.