What is your favorite style of pizza?
Mine is the Detroit Style. it is better than New York style, Chicago style, and regular round style Imo.
Just ate a whole box of these and now we wait.
I once had a brisk walk level poo from just one. God bless you poor bastard.
Chips that are either impossible to find or discontinued.
hey guys, i have this girlfriend who's a vegetarian and i like to cook for her, except all my specialities are meat, with meat juice and a side of meat. I've actually specialized in using vegetables because they complement the meat and make it seem like theres more meat.
except now i feel like making food for her, she's ok with me eating meat when she's also there but it doesn't feel good. also she's making me realize maybe i should go for some quality rather than quantity.
anyways I really miss something in my food when there's no meat and even beans and lentils and such don't really satisfy me.
falafel is the only thing that i would really suffice but apart from needing a deep fryer (which I have but she doesn't) it's nice to have some other ideas.
BTW, I'd like to minimize soy(I'd like to keep my dick) and I can't stand cheese.
TLDR: plant-based food that isn't rabbit-food.
It sounds to me like you have a pathological dependency on meat and need to diversify your diet.
Your comment about soy doesn't even make sense. You are aware that meat and dairy has natural estrogen in it at comparable to higher levels than soy? Soy doesn't even have estrogen, mind you, just estrogen-analogs which don't even affect male hormonal levels unless consumed at ridiculous doses. What are you going to tell me next, that you avoid bananas because you don't want cancer, since the potassium in bananas are radioactive?
If you are deadset...
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>Something smells good
>Roommate is cooking bacon and eggs and pancakes, fuck yeah
>Actually decide to have cereal because trying to get fit
>Roommate asks me if we have any metal cans
>Says he needs metal cans to store the leftover grease and use it in other food
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saving it in a metal can is pretty nasty, thats open and exposed to the elements, disgusting. but saving grease to cook with later isn't unheard of, usually if i do i put it in a glass jar in the fridge, it would go rancid on the counter.
does /ck/ use cast iron cookware in their kitchen?
It's kinda chilly today.
What do you like to eat to warm you up?
Objectively taste can be the sensations of a food, like salty, sweet, sour etc. I've seen people make the case that food abominations like ranch dressing and nacho cheese on pizza are objectively "good" because they contain large amounts of fat, salt and sugar, and that's what makes something taste good.
This ignores the other definition of taste, popularized by Voltaire during the Enlightenment which involves discriminating between the good and the bad. It is a value judgment. Something is bad because it's made from bad ingredients, regardless of whether the balance of fat, salt and sugar could be pleasing. Which is why Taco Bell can never be good.
I side with Voltaire, because even though garbage can be made palatable I'd rather not eat it if I can help it.
What do you think?
>Something is bad because it's made from bad ingredients, regardless of whether the balance of fat, salt and sugar could be pleasing
Sure. But you're discussing two totally separate things: A value judgement of the food, and how it tastes. Why collude them? They are not mutually exclusive.
Can you buy fast food (mc donalds/burger king) on ebt/food stamos?
Jack in the Box takes it around here.
Took a fellow manager to a meeting, we stopped at Jack in the crack for breakfast. He sees the EBT accepted here sign.
We order, he says "I got this one". Reaches for his wallet. He forgot it. I had to pay.
Broke ass niggas are everywhere.
So we all agree that anchovies are one of the best pizza toppings, but when do you add them?
I've never actually tried anchovy pizza but I don't mind anchovies. Wouldn't having whole anchovies on a pizza be overwhelmingly salty though? It seems like chopping them up and spreading it out would be better.
Every morning I eat two scrambled eggs with salsa between toast and some kind of fruit, usually grapes or an orange. Im looking for new things to eat with the eggs from different parts of the world. Any suggestions? I used to add green and red peppers with onions to them too.
Holy shit this is the best thing I have ever seen.
People aren't as interested in our disgusting food as they used to be. What do? We can't fuck with the food any more because we've already got it to the point where it's about as fucked up as possible. How about goofy packaging? Maybe that'll distract the customer from realizing that the same $20 could get them four equally shitty pizzas from Little Caesar's.
Is drinking a bottle of wine a day too much?
I don't think so, plenty of people do. It really isn't that much over the course of an evening and probably won't do you much damage in the long run.
Seems to be a very good volume of alcohol too - enough to get a slight buzz and relax but not enough to make you properly drunk and give you a hangover.
Look at that isn't it beautiful?
This man never stops pissing me the fuck off. It's like he intentionally acts like a stupid fucking stereotypical cu/ck/ american to get views and it's fucking working. The only thing that tells me that this guy is for real is the fact that his youngest son is as fucking stupid as he is and his wife is a retarded hamplanet aswell.
Christ i love to hate King Ja/ck/.
after eating way too little during way too long periods of time (dat neet life), I've finally started earning money and working out.
what foods do you always like having around the house, beyond the basics? what do you like having around, stuff that is easy for you to just grab and enjoy?
my pantry only has basics now, and stuff like bacon, eggs, bearnaise sauce, kimchi, brie cheese, bread...
I'm picturing things like different kinds of sodas and beers, chips, good meats, different kinds of cheese, and various vegetables, fruits, and nuts.
what's your favorites?
I always find that my pantry benefits immensely from the presence of a Knorr Stock Pot. Whether it's entertaining for a dinner party or just fixing a quick dinner after a full day's work, I know I can always rely on the rich flavour of a Knorr Stock Pot to liven up even my shittest recipes.