Hey /ck/, any tips/recipes for tomato soup?
All the recipes I find online say to use canned tomatoes, but I hate how much salt is in that shit.
Does this stuff taste as good as it looks?
It looks like little burritos wrapped in cabbage instead of corn/flour.
Why can't I make anything that tastes really good? The flavor never enters the food, it merely sits atop it as if it were added after being prepared. No matter the method, whether it be baked, braised, barbecued, poached, or slow cooked for 8 hours, it is never satisfying.
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Anyone here smoke brisket? I'm using an electric smoker with hickory chips, planning on doing 225 uncovered until it gets to about 160 internal then wrapping it in foil until 205 or so
>brine, marinade or neither
>inject? If so with what
>what should I put in the rub
How hard is it to smoke a brisket in one of these? I've always wanted to try.
How many times a week do you eat sandwiches?
When are we going to get frozen/dehydrated food that doesn't suck? I'd gladly never cook again.
Here's some current problems as I see them. Feel free to add to this:
>high amounts of salt and fat to improve flavor rendering them in many opinions as unhealthy
>foods don't crisp
>crisp foods don't stay crisp (for example, microwaved french fries)
>crisping trays aren't quite there yet, let's be honest
>takes too much space in freezer (we need dehydrated pizzas that expand instead of a 12" or larger pizza taking up space)
>wasteful trays and cardboard
>raw foods like fruits (apples) and vegetables (lettuce) are AFAIK currently impossible (that is to say, they are disgusting)
>ingredients cook at different rates (think of how each ingredient in a frozen burger would cook)
Whoever solves this shit for mankind is reaaal fucking cool in my book. He's going to make Elon Musk look like the inventor of the Segway by comparison.
Everybody who talks about or mentions that scene always fails to notice the most horrible thing about alternate future food: if the pizza is that small before going into a rehydrator, then that means that pizza is like 90% water.
So I like well done steak
Why does that upset everyone? I don't understand why folks get upset about how other people prefer their food.
It doesn't upset me at all. It's just the insufferable sperglords that feel compelled to dictate to everyone else how they should prepare and enjoy their own food.
Continue to eat whatever you like and ignore what anyone else thinks.
>Have friend who could get me free fast food
>Have been eating almost nothing but fast food for the last month
>Haven't gained a pound somehow
How fucked am I /ck/?
Fast food doesn't make you gain weight, calories make you gain weight. There's no magic shit that fast food pulls out of its containers that makes it worse for you than anything you could make yourself
What's the difference between olive oil and extra virgin olive oil?
If a recipe calls for olive oil, can I substitute extra virgin olive oil?
What do rich people eat?
Hey /ck/. I'm going to homeless soon and I won't be staying in one spot. So what are some foods I can buy to take around with me? Preferably cheap since I won't be having much money.
Canned meat, trail mix, nigger toes, cheap cereal bars, peanut butter crackers,etc. Pretty much anything you'd consider suitable for a lunch box.
Oh, and find a local homeless shelter you idiot.
>that one recipe you tried because you wanted to make something different for once, but either by your error or the recipe's it turned out horrible
Tell me about it, /ck/. It always makes me feel like such a piece of shit.
In case anyone has difficulty choosing on what bread to buy
Which chocolate syrup /ck/?