>the average vegan
I see the term ham planet used rather sparingly around these parts, and it got me to thinking what if there was an entire planet made of ham? If it was far away enough from the sun could it be kept preserved and also kept in orbit and serve as a food source? Could one day humanity make an actual planet of ham for harvesting?
Also have any of you ever tried making fried ham cubes before?
>friend from Florida visiting me for the week
>order a pizza
>pizza delivered, get ready to eat
>"hey man where's your ranch?"
>"uh, I don't have any ranch"
>"haha, where is it though?"
>"no I really don't have any"
>"why would you order a pizza when you've run...
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>Stop going to McDonalds because they tried to raise prices to be closer to higher end competitors(Sonics, Wendys, etc)
>They realize no one wants to spend real money at Mcdonalds and this won't change
>2 for $2 menu
I got 3 mcdoubles, 2 small fries, and mozzarella sticks for 6 bucks.
This is why people go to Mcdonalds and I'm glad they realized their niche.
Sticks are decent for their price too.
Who /soylent/ here?
I think it makes an excellent instant breakfast. Personally I don't have much of an appetite in the morning so it's a nice neutral drink to have before work.
For the record I eat plenty of other foods that aren't soylent. You'd have to be pretty eccentric to eat nothing else.
Does anyone know what these are?
The packaging is in Japanese and i cant identity the weird flavor.
Hey /ck/ its my first time here
Let me get to it
I want to start learning how to cook for my new years resolution.
What are some easy things to cook for a starting person?
allrecipes.com should be a great place to start.
Glad to have you here, anon.
We all usually start with fried eggs cut into quarters and seasoned to perfection.
Someone should have the proper directions, I'll let them inform you.
Why don't you start with what kind of foods you like and what sort of budget you've got.
This way you can get better recommendations for recipes.
For websites I like either:
Is this a meme drink or is it actually good?
it's pretty much spoiled/"skunked" 100% of the time and that's why people add lemon or lime to it, to cover up that taste. beer in clear glass is more likely to spoil, since light spoils beer.
>Get to the succulent tail
>It's full of green shit
What are some foods to get at a dollar store? Obviously not meat and produce. I'm thinking things like dry foods and stuff to save time and money. Are things there like rice, beans, cereal, flour, sugar, spices etc truly awful?
alright /ck/ lets make a fucking steak
Is anyone of you a happy can-opener like me?
I found that although I know wtf is inside a can,i can still feel satisfaction over opening a can.
Pic is not canned sorry
Anyone got a favorite hummus recipe to share?
I just tried making my own a little bit ago and it came out great:
-4 garlic cloves
-2 cans of chickpeas
-1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt
-1/3 cup tahini
-6 tablespoons lemon juice
-1 tablespoon of white wine vinegar
-2 tablespoons of liquid from the chickpeas
-hot sauce of choice
-a shit ton of red pepper flakes
-half a tablespoon of cumin
Alton Brown's recipe:
Two 15-ounce cans chickpeas (garbanzo beans) drained, liquid reserved
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt
1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
1/3 cup tahini, stirred well
5 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil, plus extra for service
Powdered sumac and/or smoked paprika to taste, optional
ITT Foods your country is proud of.
Why is sliced turkey the most popular type of cold cut sandwich meat? I once worked for a deli and half of the sandwiches we sold were oven roasted turkey. I don't dislike them but to be quite honest, are they really that good?