Has anyone tried these Andes ice cream sandwichs out? They look good, I just saw them for the first time. I didn't buy one because I was on a beer run. I got the beer but not the ice cream sammach.
It's not "giant size" it's the size of a normal everyday ice cream sammach.
Aren't you eurofags jealous now?
Reading comprehension is clearly not your friend. I'm in the USA and just saw them for the first time. You must be a retard if you somehow got that I'm a Eurotard from what I wrote.
Get some remedial English, it'll help you in later life. Are you a nigger?
>3 hours to make fried chicken
Fucking cooking hipsters trying to shill their sous vide tools. Chef Steps is so fucking awful.
they've been shilling sous vide long before they had any equipment to actually sell.
speed clearly isn't the selling point of sous vide you might want to learn about what it's actually for before you mouth off about it.
I just don't see the point when you can make perfectly delicious fried chicken in like 20 mins without having to fuck around with some retarded tool.
Sous vide seems so pointless to me for most jobs unless it's like steak or something. It's like, hey you know that way to cook something that people have been using for years that is totally fine? Let's make it take a lot longer and make it way more complicated. Why? Well it's hip and everyone else is doing it, that's why.
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ITT: things in cooking you can't ever be bothered to do.
Pic strongly related, while deep frying something sounds fun, I'm not going to spend like a bottle of vegetable oil, where the fuck am I even going to dump it after I'm done.
Once you're done frying, keep it heated and remove all excess food that feel off during the process. Keep it heated for about 5 minutes, pour it into a mason jar, stick it in the fridge until you need it next time.
Can anyone tell me how to make lentils properly?
I've followed about 4 different directions, and a few videos, but each time I follow any of them, mine come out completely different. Some of them are perfectly cooked, others are mushy, and others are hard still. All in the same pot; and I don't know what I'm doing wrong.
It's all about the cooking time.
Lentils are hard? They're not cooked yet. Keep cooking.
Mushy? You overcooked them. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing. You could always continue cooking even longer or puree them to make a smooth soup.
It depends on the type of lentil and how you want them to turn out. Pardina and puy lentils will hold their shape better than green lentils.
Best method is to soak them for 10-30 minutes first. Then wash them off and simmer them until soft. You have to test them often to make sure you don't overcook them.
None of the directions I ever read said to soak them. Should I?
Yeah, but what I'm saying is that, in the same batch, in the same pot, some lentils will come out perfect, others not. I'd rather not over cook it until everything is just mushy.
I want nice firm and tender lentils. I have a half bag of green lentils left.
Is it a meme drink?
I love apple products (juice, cider, pies, crumbles, danish, etc etc) but I cannot eat apples as they are, for some reason when I bite into and chew them it feels like they're drying out my teeth and gums, it's a weird sensation like nails on a chalkboard, does anybody else get this feeling?
I get it with grapes as well sometimes, but no other fruits
You are allergic to apples. You don't get it with apple products because the apples are cooked and it slightly changes the proteins so that they don't fuck your face when you eat them. I used to love cherries, still do, but I somehow developed an allergy to them, it has something to do with birch tree pollen. I can eat cooked cherries but not raw ones or else my mouth starts itching like crazy. That being said, I still eat cherries, I'm a man and I refuse to be mother nature's bitch.
Are you sure? I mean, I know the whole cooked/uncooked thing is a thing but I don't think it seems like an allergic reaction, if I could compare it to something is like almost if I were to eat chalk despite it having juice
Maybe. That anon is right though about possible allergies.
Whenever I eat raw apple I get major itching and burning on my lips, tongue, gums, mouth, throat.
Suffice to say I don't eat raw apples anymore, which is sad because I loved biting into a crisp juicy apple.
I think I remember getting that weird chalk feeling, try eating more apples and see if it progresses to the burning itching feeling. Or just avoid raw apples.
I get it with other fruits too, I don't remember which ones exactly maybe apricots.
it's gonna dilute the fuck out of the flavour of the turkey and without monitoring the temp could still easily dry it out, so no.
pic related is way cooler
Anybody up for an easy food thread?
I just got pic related and it's great, but nearly single-purpose.
My other faves:
Microwave scrambled eggs with anything in them, on toast if I'm more hungry.
Canned green beans with canned cream of mushroom plus bacon bits or anything else.
Please add anything else that can be made <6 minutes except the ramen crap.
Where are some dank places to eat in Berlin?
I had this dream /ck/... I needed to capture it. It was terrifying... TERRIFYING!
I like Shock Tarts
Those aren't Sweet n Sour lollies!
This are a bitch to find these days.
What champagne are you guys going to drink on christmas?
I know they're super unhealthy but i seriously love these mexican soda's the natural sugar makes them taste so much better than the high fructose corn syrup, i was always in the camp that HFCS never altered the taste but damn these are amazing
I never liked Mountain Dew until I tried it in the Philippines back in 2007. It took me a while before I realized that they used sugar instead of HFCS in their manufacturing process.
Lay it on me, /ck/. Easy shit that even a boring ass accounting major can make. I'm talking breakfast, lunch, dinner, and tasty snacks.
Ugh. There's literally a billion resources for this.
There are hundreds of cookbooks and buzzfeed and buzzfeedesque articles that cover this.
I know this is a cooking board and for cooking discussion, but this is kind of a google type thing.
I can't even think of a comparison. Maybe asking /k/ something as ridiculously broad as "Where does the bullets go?"