best cheese, prove me wrong
protip: you cant
Japanese scientist makes beefs of shit
Worst cooking videos on youtube. I'll start with one that's easy to top:
Smoled californians r8
any autists here with an extremely limited palette?
i'm a grown adult yet i cant even swallow most culinary vegetables. peas, corn, and carrots are what i can usually stomach and bell peppers are about as far as i'll go. things like broccoli, cauliflower, and mustard are totally off the menu.
most meats and simple-tasting foods like potatoes are totally fine. i also like sweets, but desserts with fruits (like pies and parfaits) are just too sweet and i cant eat them.
what do you usually eat? my diet consists mostly of chicken breast, ramen, string cheese and apples.
Rate my morning za
what's tucked in the back of your freezer?
What the fuck how is cooking so fucking hard
I follow the instructions exactly
How do my mustard seeds get burned every single time? Curry leaves, also burned
The vegetable never gets cooked properly, it just doesnnt cook no matter how long i leave it on the heat, I've tried high heat, I've tried low heat, the only thing that happens is the spices slowly get burned while the vegetable (potatoes today) just gets coated with spices but never gets fucking cooked
What the fuck
indian cooking aint easy mane.
Are you using a thin pot not a dutch oven? That will transfer heat too quickly and burn stuff.
Also sounds like you should add some cocounut milk, tin tomatoes or stock to your curry whatever before stuff burns, so you can leave it on low heat until your veges are cooked.
This is just the beginning. Even when cooking "easy" american/italian/mexican/whatever recipes I still manage to fuck up, taking at least 3x longer than I should be taking even though i'm constantly doing things
>If you keep cutting vegetables you'll eventually become good,s
I've watched countless youtube videos on how to cut onions or mince garlic and every time, even if I go super slowly it just ends up separating and making a giant mess and it takes forever to cut the direction
I get home and start to rip at the tender chicken. The second piece I get to has this rodent hidden in my food. Popeyes let me down!
What would you do?!
how long will cooked chicken last in the refrigerator and be safe for eating if i reheat it in the oven at 350F?
How do you reheat spaghetti?
I put it in a colander over hot water and steam heat it with a nice dollop of olive oil to help unstick it.
Also, things that are good to put on spaghetti. Related: although I doubt I'd ever put an egg on it.
I hate leftover pasta - but if I must eat it I will. I find it gets too mushy if I try to reheat it.
What I do to avoid this is make lots of sauce that I can reheat whenever, and use a measuring scale to measure out exactly how much pasta I want so I avoid leftovers. Then I just make new pasta when I want.
Good things on spaghetti: Amatriciana sauce. It is God's sauce. Works even better with bucatini.
ITT tell us about myths or overall concepts that you've heard about in cooking that annoy you.
I'll start, I fucking hate it when people think the cores of any fruit will kill you
>b-but anon it's chewier and has seeds!
why not just spit them out?
>but I don't wanna!
this is on par with actual retards who won't let different colored foods touch
Undercooked pork in particular, extremely exaggerated risk. But generally, undercooked stuff (eggs, fish...).
Weird that beef is more acceptable to undercook of any animal product when prions are sort of a bigger deal than most transmitted viruses/bacterium
>wat rice cooker is gud?
need some recs lads.
I'm intrigued by the idea of just cooking up some rice, sprinkling some stuff on it, and maybe have some sauteed vegis with it, and having a full, healthy meal in a few minutes under a few bucks.
Seems like Furikake could fit the bill?
And According to google, I have a japanese grocery in town, so I probably could try it.
The wikipedia article is a bit short, so anything /ck/ would advice me on? Do you really just put it on rice, as is? Anything else I would need to watch out for?
That's not much of a meal, but yeah furikake is pretty good.
Kind of overpriced for what it is though. Just buy some seaweed, sesame seed, salt, sugar, bonito flakes, and throw it all in a blender.
How long do you usually boil steaks for?
I usually do it for 5-10 minutes, then drain them and finish them in a pan to sear the outside.
Which bread is best for chi/ck/en teriyaki
sandwich at Subway? I tried the flatbread
(my usual fave) but it wasn't optimal.
>eating anything else but the italian herbs and cheese
it's only a five-minute walk, and on
Mondays the chickie-yaki is $3.50
and the girl who works there is cute
Can anyone reccommend some delicious vegan food like pic related?
uhh yeah, i'll make a list
>leaves (i prefer tree stars)
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I want to sous vide a steak. Does anyone have any cheap DIY sous vide setups for inspiration?
i have the anova sous vide thing. its like $100.
Who else /eats the exact same thing every day/ here? And if you do what is it. For me:
>Smoothie made with yoghurt, frozen berries, bananas, chia seeds, spinach and another random fruit which can be like grapefruit, apple or oranges, it doesn't really matter
>Fucking massive stir fry of random vegetables, but some staples will be broccoli, peppers, bok choy, eggplant, zucchini, carrots, etc. I only season the vegetables with some soy sauce, pepper and grated ginger
>Meat component in a different pan can be pork, chicken, shrimp, beef, whatever and I season it really heavily with garlic, green onion, oyster sauce or some other kinda sauce, salt, pepper, chilis and ginger (this is seasoned super heavy cause it's going on plain white rice and I don't super season the vegetables)
>Serve on a shitload of a rice
That usually takes me two meals to eat, but I do the bulk of it around 3pm
>Some prunes, dried fruit and not very many nuts. Probably some bananas or oranges if it's a good time for oranges.
I don't think so. I never have anything for breakfast that's not a smoothie, I never have anything for lunch/dinner that's not a stir fry and I never have any other meals aside from snacking on fruit/nuts in the evening.
I think most people mix it up a bit more than that, even if my ingredients are slightly modular.
Has anyone attempted making everything he eats from scratch? And I don't mean rice and beans but keeping a normal diet
>have cup of coffee
>dont feel more awake just get super shakey and anxious
>have half cup
>does absolutely nothing
What the hell am I doing wrong
What are your food habits?
Mine is mixing ranch with ketchup
Going to Starbucks, what should i get?
Whole coffee beans. Grind and brew at home.
I've decided to quit the carbonated jew and start drinking more water and juice.
Can you recommend me some fruits?
Drinking fruit juice is in general a bad idea because most of the time you're getting just as much sugar as in the sugary soft drinks. Even if you squeeze your own it's only bandaging the problem. Unless you like drinking pulp.
Maybe try adding a tablespoon of red wine to your 6 or 8 ounce glasses of water. It will taste similar to fruit juice and by the time you've had 6 or so glasses of water in a day you'll have added up to the weekly wine intake suggested for possible health benefits.
Should I buy baking steel instead of a pizza stone?
Neither will improve your shitty Screamin' Sicilian meme pizzas.
if you cook a lot of pizzas, they are nice, but they are heavy - they are slow to heat up and you should test the strength of your racks. i have a steel in my oven and it causes the rack it is on to sag quite a bit.
the best way i've found to use a steel is to just set the oven on broil to get the thing as hot as possible.
we all agree papa johns is the best chain pizza right?
When's the last time you went to a quality Indian buffet?
It came out surprisingly bland. I've never actually made jam before, so I'm not really sure where I screwed up.
1 cup Doritos (Nacho Cheese flavor)
1/2 packet liquid pectin (Bell brand, if that matters)
2 tsp sugar
1/4 cup water
As you can probably tell, I was mostly winging it.
Here's what it looked like before I added the water.
Food scientist here, did you wash the Doritos before making jam? My lab does a lot of engineered additive cross reactivity testing and we've found that some of the emulsifiers and preservatives added to the chip (what give it the orange color) can react with components of pectin to essentially "lock away" the flavor. If you don't wash your Doritos before making jam, you're throwing away all the tasty goodness of your nacho cheese spread.
What makes you people think we're Subway?