>making leaf tea
>use two tablespoons of tea, 1.5 cups of water
>the resulting amount of tea is only enough to fill up less than 3/4th of a cup
Is this normal? Am i supposed to use a lot more water than this?
so how much water should i be using for two tablespoons?
it was on sale for cheap at the supermarket so i figured i would give it a go. i know where to get better tea, but they usually require you to buy at least 1kg of it to get it at a decent price. b uying just 250g of it costs a ridiculous amount.
who do they think they're kidding?
You can only post one.
For me it was like a year ago when i was still a fat virgin neet, i was hungry and i bought 2 double cheeseburgers with extra cheese and hot sauce from 5 guys and i had so much pleasure in my mouth i almost passed out i was moaning silently in the corner with every single bite. Even though it wasn't my first time, more like the 20th time that i spent tax payers bux on 5 guys, but this one time i will never forget. But now i dont eat that anymore coz i got tired of it and it's expensive since i work now.
Honestly my hamplanet friend, you like that kind of thing you should try stimulant-enhanced LISS combined with extended fasting (using BCAAs to minimize catabolism). I do it every time I am on a cut, even something as simple as a VPN Neapolitan pizza can be quite satisfying at the end.
Anyway yohimbine or an ECA stack (not both!) can do wonders.
Join me on a birthday journey where I make some golumpki and gnocchi. I'm pretty fucking drunk right so I don't know how this is going to go, but I have pictures fucking galore that I took for you guys. The recipes may come tomorrow when I sober up, but for tonight, just enjoy the slide show with a little commentary.
First, let's start with the golumpki, which is a polish stuffed cabbage.
Took two cabbage from my local market and began to blanch them so I could use it to wrap my filling. Here's cabbage #1.
So I cored the stem (eat the core if you guys ever do this, its very sweet tasting and probably the best part of a cabbage) and put it in a pot to blanch the leafs which make them more pliable and easier to work with.
Here's the leafs opening up as the blanching process comes to an end. Once completely blanched, we remove the cabbage from the pot and let cool so we can handle it. You'll know the blanch is complete when the cabbage starts to "blossom" and spread out a little bit.
Here's the cabbage removed from the blanch water and cooling so I can handle it. Fucker was hot, burned at least two of my fingers getting it in the bowl, but I was pretty drunk at the point so it's okay I guess.
I'm drinking some Bay Bridge cab sau with two McDoubles.
How's your Saturday night going, /ck/?
Anyone else have friends that completely embarrass you whenever you go out to a restaurant? I have one friend that always gets super autistic about drinks, and every time we go out to eat, he won't get anything but water. I think he might be a little autistic, because he doesn't drink alcohol either.
Nothing wrong with just getting water brother.
I have a friend who makes a big deal about his food not being perfect no matter what every single time we go out. He will invent problems without fail. Although now that I mention it the one time that my food was garbage he didn't say a word.
Im so tired of eating salty or sweet foods.
Im on an island where your choices are chinese food, burgers, pizza and the occasional fish.
What can I do to improve my diet?
what eat now /ck/?
start caribean island drinks
I don't think all of it tastes the same, but they certainly need more variety. All of it is too sterile, if that makes any sense. Thoughts?
I can't believe I am about to say it but you need to try stuff from microcheeseries, of which there are many that win international awards. The huge cheese processors of euro cunts dont make good cheese either.
spend more, get more
There is an incredible variety of cheese made in Wisconsin, probably more than in any other region of only 5 million people in the world
There are a lot of old european styles that are not made anywhere in america besides Wisconsin
What do you think of this pizza, /ck/?
Willing to answer (serious) questions about the industry in an attempt to get more interested in working in the restaurant business. I am a sous chef here, AMA
I made a food
Very important cook area with meme pans
Red cabbage is important for phytonutrients
and I had it
Old spinach too is very important and good 4 U
Would you eat a steak without potatoes?
Gluten is often used in imitation meats (such as this mock "duck") to provide supplemental protein and variety in vegetarian diets.
> walk into kitchen just now
> see this
> what do