Outside of salad, what kinda food can I use apple cider vinegar with? What recipes do you have that use it?
If you drink it, it cures cancer and opens up your chakras and shit.
srsly tho I use it for greens, like kale, collards, and Brussels sprouts. It gives them a nice hint of tanginess.
What's the best brand of horsey sauce to buy, /ck/?
>inb4 make your own
>tfw just ate 4 dogs
What's your favorite condiments to put on a dog, /ck/?
Can anyone help me with this or point me to a guide? Apparently you cant just let them sit in the Vodka like you would do with Boiled sweets. Or can you?
So I've been trying to bake bread but things are not working out for me. I have tried two no-knead bread recipes, the one from Lahey and the artisan bread in 5 minutes one.
The dough rises great and comes out with a great crust. There are a lot of air pockets in the crumb so thats all good.
However the crumb itself is like rubber and has little to no taste. I have tried many things like cooking it way longer, lower/higher temperature, longer/shorter with the lid on the pot. It always comes out the same.
What am I missing here, maybe I"m using bad...
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add a pan full of boiling water to the oven at the beginning
I put the bread in a pot to contain the steam like a Dutch oven thing. I thought that was like the equivalent of putting water in the oven?
Also the picture you posted does not have my problem in it. Adding more salt to the bread is not helping at all in this case. Rubbery crumb isn't in there either, what am I looking at then? Too dense or poor texture? I have varied with salt, amount of water, amount of yeast, fermentation time and oven temperature already.
As far as I can tell those are pretty much the most important variables and it comes out exactly the same every single time.
I figure the whole no knead bread thing is a lie or this flour is not suitable.
What are some affordable easy recipes for NEETs to make at home?
Post pictures of food that taste disgusitng
Sup /ck/. I have a friend that doesn't believe me that being vegan is healthy. He doesn't understand where my iron comes from. I have looked everywhere but I cannot find a comparison picture for like the amount of iron vs veg. Help a bro out?
I liked the last thread better because we stopped having stupid made up stories about "my friend who believes blahblah"
Just post a picture of a dislikable person and say "vegans" and let the shitposting flow
It was much more honest and refreshing
I'm having trouble with my steamed buns. They don't seem to be steaming correctly. If I put them in the steamer for too long then the dough goes soft and molten and gets really sticky and they get stuck to the parchment that they're sat on.
If I put them in for less time than this so that they're still fairly solid then they don't cook properly and they end up raw.
Either way, they don't seem to be steaming properly and don't end up tasting like the dough has finished cooking or steaming or whatever.
250g plain white flour
1.25 tspn baking powder (5g)
1tspn instant yeast
1tbspn brown sugar
A pinch of salt
130ml milk (warmed)
1 tbspn vegetable oil
I'm using mincemeat as the filling and combining it with flour so it doesn't make the bottom of the bun too soggy.
Mix the ingredients into a ball of dough, knead it for at least 10 minutes and then until I got bored, leave in the bowl covered with clingfilm and moist towel to let it rise.
Bash the air out, roll it out and make it into little balls, leave for another 15 miutes.
Roll the balls out, add filling, make into a bun and steam for 10-15 minutes.
I thought that could be an issue. I started with boiled water and then just left it on the lowest setting. Should I be using cold water and just allowing it to come up to a steam on a low setting?
Sounds like the exact opposite to me. As in, to get it cooked all the way through, you're having to leave it in so long the outside overcooks. Slowing it down would just exacerbate the problem.
Starting with boiling water is good. Everything I've read says to steam on a high heat, and I always crank the flame nearly to max.
What type of fish would you recommend for first trying and how would you prepare it?
I've never had it cooked before but I eat sushi with salmon/tuna and pretty often
Tonight, we dine like kings. King cu/ck/'s that is.
Step 1: Assemble your ingredients. Use only the highest quality, just like the king himself would use.
Step 3: Lemon jello, in the pan. You can use lime, but we really feel like the lime flavor would clash with the flavor profile that is getting built here.
salt in desserts is a meme
Did you go a bit crazy when you first left home?
We had a new roommate move in two weeks ago and she's pretty cool I'd say, but so far she has finished four family sized boxes of fruit loops and I reckon 10 large bags of baking chocolate chips which she apparently just likes to munch on at all times.
No one else in the house is sure if we should say something because bitch's gonna double her weight in under a year at this rate.
Are they eating your food? If so tell them to stop. If not what the fuck do you care what they do?
If you are worried about their mental health talk to them about it. Otherwise quit being a judgment cu/ck/
>fill half of glass with ice
>cut thin slice of lemon and jam it somewhere inbetween the ice
>pour coca cola over ice and lemon until glass is full
there you go, have yourself a glass of coke with significantly improved taste and thank me later
Who /soylent/ here?
Just got my first shipment of 2.0 after mold scare so far so good. Any recipes you guys have tried? Can you make pancakes with it?