What is everyone's opinion on eating insects?
Recently I've taken a class and one subject was food sustainability. Pretty much we learned that the US eats too much meat from domesticated animals. Insects was just an alternative discussed, but it got me thinking about cooking with insects.
How would you incorporate insects into your meals and which kind? I realize this type of food is common in other countries less developed countries, but I'm curious about what people could come up with from here.
My opinion on eating insects is that it's done out of necessity. So if you aren't from a backward primitive culture of brown people, you should be eating meat, vegetables, fruit, etc. It's essentially your duty as a white person. I mean, our ancestors didn't domesticate animals for nothing you know.
What is it that most countries have against Vegemite?
There's always some dumb Vegemite bashing contest, especially with garbage sites like Buzzfeed, where somehow a spoonful of Vegemite is supposed to taste bad and be hard to swallow and all agreeing that it tastes bad.
But like, Vegemite is probably the best breakfast spread there is that isn't just literally sugar that happens to taste like a fruit or maybe nutella...
how do i into good meatballs? any tips?
Do you like fishsticks?
Oh boy it's christmas time!
Do you suck the shell before you eat the pistachio?
I'm looking for a cool cooking gadget to get a relative since they said they want cooking supplies, any ideas of what I can get that's $50 or less?
Useless without more information.
Are they a coffee snob? A nice french press or a burr grinder for their beans.
You also need to consider pooling with someone else for, say, a sous vide cooker, if they like really rare meat.
who /minutesteak/ here?
They messed up my drive through order again. Happens every single time ugggggh
"U-uh u--uh can I get.... the um.. the cheeseburger please?"
"What was that, sir?"
"-mumbles- um actually. C-can I get the mc double..?"
"So that'll be one cheese burger. Is that all?"
"Please pull forward to pay"
Have any of you cu/ck/s tried this thing out? The recipes it generates are hilarious.
What's the secret to soft chocolate chip cookies? People in house say they aren't done when I take them out early but are fine when cool. Their way is to let them stay in longer but they are hard later. What's the right way?
Hey /ck/, should I give up on being a vegetarian? I keep getting called a fag or getting sarcastic responses but I've lost 6 pounds in the last week and a half.
Chicken liver. Your thoughts?
Time for the age old question
Jim beam bourbon or Jack Daniels whisky?
Bonus points for favorite mixed drink with either
Recently was introduced to Kipper (specifically pic related), and I fucking love it! What are some other fish-in-a-tin worth trying?
anything from king oscar
I especially love the Moroccan style spicy sardines pic related, GOAT tier sardines
I personally like sardines and smoked salmon. Not a fish but I also enjoy smoked oysters and clams.
I find the flavor of anchovies are way to strong to eat alone from the tin.
Watch out for Swedish stuff like surstromming. It's a shart in a can.