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2ecb7e81 No.3605805[Last 50 Posts]

All you fuckers eat. You can't deny it. What kinda food you eat? Do you have a favorite?

I tend to eat a lot of protein. I like eggs, chicken, turkey, avocados, salmon, eel, uni, fish roe, cheese, yogurt, kefir, poultry liver pate, peanut butter, almond butter, cashew butter. I avoid fattier meats. I don't like bacon or fatty cuts of beef. I pretty much don't eat pork unless it's a pork chop, which is lean. I'll get acid reflux otherwise. I noticed raw meat and eggs have a settling effect on my stomach. I don't think it has to do with seasoning either. I tried steak tartar for the first time the end of last year. It had a raw egg on top, and it was heavily seasoned with garlic. Garlic usually messes with me, but I guess because the steak was raw, it offset it somehow? That's probably bullshit. Anyway, steak tartar is really good. Actually, it's probably the egg that neutralized the garlic. Hmm…

I eat a lot of fruit too. Every type of fruit. Not a big fan of citrus, again acid reflux. There's a lot of stuff I avoid because of that shit: anything with tomatoes, anything spicy or smoked, coffee, alcohol. And I loved coffee. I used to drink it black. I used to drink two shots of straight espresso at a time. Espresso tastes so good. Now nothing I drink has caffeine in it. Mostly water. Herbal tea sometimes. Sometimes a ginger beer.

I eat oatmeal for breakfast most mornings. I mix olive oil into it and make a divot in the center and scoop in some peanut butter. The heat from the oatmeal makes it a little molten lake of peanut butter. I use the Santa Cruz no stir creamy. I splurge on good olive oil. The bottle I'm using now is from Coratina olives pressed last year.

There's a place nearby that serves a delicious Eggs Benedict. They serve several kinds actually; they're a breakfast joint. Super busy place. I get the one with crab cakes in place of the Canadian bacon. But I almost never eat out.

For dinner tonight, I made a goat cheese omelette and sauteed spinach. I usually slice an avocado on top, but they were all still hard.

4680352d No.3605809

There's a place nearby that serves…

HHAHAHAHHA. COVID

4680352d No.3605810

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>>3605809
but imo, anyone that wants 3 good things too cook with "Cooks Illustrated 100 Recipes" and "Cooks Illustrated 100 techniques"

and this knife set has done me well https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N92AVLA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o09_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

4680352d No.3605817

File: 1614311591770.jpg (3.62 MB, 4128x3096, 20210225_224628.jpg)

>>3605810
If you will ever trust me one one thing, trust this.

4680352d No.3605818

>>3605817
these things make bell rings next to 10 dollar shit shelf crap.

4680352d No.3605819

I've had one Shun, and several Mercers, but these are comparable to them in every way shape and form.

I'm kinda a food guy, even went to culinary college. Imagine that, or deny it. Most people don't know that the "Culinary Institute of x - I was cincinnati, way over payed for Mercer knives.

4680352d No.3605821

>>3605819
they're barely 5^o off balance, thats about it, but is that worth an extra 300 dollars a pair?

b0a3542c No.3605822

File: 1614312625711.png (29.87 KB, 500x250, Oekaki.png)


2ecb7e81 No.3605823

>>3605809
I mean, it's not like anyone forced them to shut down. I know, because I risked it and went there recently. It was busy, but all the waiters were wearing masks, and I sat at the bar where the only other dude was more than 6' away. It was just the tables that were full.

I guess I'll start making my own Eggs Benedict. I'm sure most of the English muffins would go to waste if I bought a pack.

>>3605810
Why should I buy those when I could get ceramic knives like these that will never need sharpening for a fraction of the price.

https://www.amazon.com/Farberware-5243363-Ceramic-Knife-piece/dp/B07QGKZQ9Z/

4680352d No.3605826

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>>3605824
https://www.amazon.com/Farberware-5243363-Ceramic-Knife-piece/dp/B07QGKZQ9Z/>>3605823


I will cut you so deep I don't even need to drop the knife.

b0a3542c No.3605829

File: 1614313180881.png (25.81 KB, 500x250, Oekaki.png)

>>3605824
I will post a version of mine when it is finish :I
*Uses her tail as a spatula*

4680352d No.3605831

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>>3605823
well I'll put it like this. Self awarement as a guy who can simply "gently" push a knife into a meat and cut it, rather than saw it, its basically a measure of respect for the food.

Do you want people, other than yourself to enjoy it, or do you want to be the frozen food type.

4680352d No.3605838

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>>3605831
If you can't cut the stigma I have of "dropping a knife through a peice of paper" youre basically doing it wrong. I could show you so many ways to slice things. The "Secret Onion Slice" and so many things not even related to meat.

4680352d No.3605840

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-rXRqFFpZY&feature=emb_logo

That trick is practically magic to moms. Seriously, you want to win over a mom, do the secret onion trick.

4680352d No.3605841

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>>3605840
Do I need to do a basic cooking with "Steam" Show for this thing or what, cause I will, I have nothing better to do than 12 amazon extension cameras and pure boredom, I'll cook you all how to cook with love.

I'm that bored.

2ecb7e81 No.3605842

>>3605822
Out of those options, I would probably get the figo. But maybe not. The thing is goat cheese doesn't really hold together well, not on its own. I suspect whatever "signature blend" they're using is in the figo too and they just ran out of room on the board or maybe letters. I'd ask.

>>3605841
Do it up. Whatever.

What did the deleted post say?

4680352d No.3605844

>>3605842
likely something I corrected a spelling on?

fb97c4b3 No.3605915

File: 1614338131793.jpg (168.34 KB, 333x703, usda-organic-non-gmo-proje….jpg)

Foods food but I try to go organic where I can.

b7c129a7 No.3605920

I mostly like carbs and meats. I find barbecue grilling hamburgers easy and tasty.
To try not to get kidney stones again, I don't eat meat more than once a day, now. So whenever I have a meal without meat, I make sure all the grains are whole grains. So I end up with more beans and brown rice, whole grain bread peanut butter sandwiches, etc, than I used to have.
>caffeine
Yeah, I'm also glad I quit caffeine.
>good olive oil
Nice.
>peanut butter AND olive oil
Whaaaat, what a weird combo. I like both peanut butter and olive oil, but that's such an odd flavor to imagine. And no-stir peanut butter means you're using bad peanut butter. The only good peanut butters have one (1) ingredient: peanuts, and nothing else.

b0a3542c No.3605922

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>>3605829
I didn't came our right, I dont wanna bother posting it cause it looks ugly and soggy and a bit burnt, a sad reality. It fakin looks gross! :( Slices of fresh bread buttered that is grilled, velveeta cheese on diced turkey grilled Scrambled eggs. That's it.

fb97c4b3 No.3605926

I can make fried chicken.

cf849b91 No.3605940

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Why does everyone think that if an American is either:
a) Fatass motherfucker who eats crap out of a microwave
b) A fucking soyboy cuckold who drinks his soyshit and eats only organic food.
c) An asshole who spends all his money on takeout.

11b01571 No.3605953

File: 1614367779371.jpg (4.8 MB, 4160x3120, 0726201258.jpg)

Pic related is how my omelettes typically turn out. Nothing too fancy.

>>3605920
>And no-stir peanut butter means you're using bad peanut butter.
Nah, fuck that. I think I used to get Crazy Richard's peanut butter back in the day. Stirring peanut butter is a pain in the ass. And then it's all runny.

Santa Cruz has 3 ingredients: peanuts, just enough palm oil to keep it homogenized and make it spreadable, and a little salt. All organic. Idk if the palm oil is sustainably sourced. It doesn't say so, so I'm probably contributing to deforestation.

But it's a texture thing; peanut butter needs to be spreadable and not runny diarrhea. For me. And I don't want sugar in my peanut butter. And I don't want hydrogenated fat in any of my food.

>>3605940
I used to be a fatass. My whole family was fat. It's how I was raised. My mom worked, and she didn't feel like cooking. So we ate a lot of fast food and junk. I mentioned in another thread that I've lost over half my body mass.

The worker bee culture of America is probably partly responsible for this. Few people take the time to enjoy their food free of distraction. Food is just work fuel. Just grab some shit from McDonald's or Taco Bell and eat it in the car driving back to work. Or wait till you get somewhere and eat while watching TV or youtube videos or something.

The thing is, the slower you eat your food and the less distracted you are by bullshit, the more satiating your meal becomes. You're less hungry, so you eat less and lose weight.

Eating while driving is the worst.

b7c129a7 No.3605956

>>3605953
Hmm, fine. Taste is subjective, for sure.
I myself prefer sugar over salt. A lot of foods with salt added to them make me feel like I have something saltier than seawater in my mouth. (salted peanut butter included) It makes certain packaged foods hard to find, and much easier to do homemade. It's amazing how much salt is put into wheat tortillas, for example.

3dc056b6 No.3605964

>>3605940
Because

a) every white male American you meet retains baby fat on their cheeks as adults. It's like they never knew what hunger means.

b) The exception to point a is faggots, who are prone to soy shit

c) All americans spend way too much on takeout, and have a culture of "eating out" for the point of showing how much money you have. In America, if you cook for yourself, you're poor.

3dc056b6 No.3605965

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>>3605940
And it's not a myth. All you have to do is look at the people around you.

European people tend to have more chiseled faces because at some point in their lives they stopped eating baby food. Americans retain rounded faces because everything you eat contains sugar or high-fructose corn syrup and even the very poor people will get enough calories that they could survive an arctic expedition on their daily diets.

Just the regular bread you can buy from a convenience store in the US would qualify as pastry in other countries. Subway got around the taxes in Ireland on the point that the bread they serve is not classified as bread due to the high sugar content.

542194b0 No.3605966

>>3605965
>Subway got around the taxes in Ireland on the point that the bread they serve is not classified as bread due to the high sugar content.
lmao, you've got your story entirely switched around

3dc056b6 No.3605967

>>3605966
Not for the major point I was making:

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/oct/01/irish-court-rules-subway-bread-is-not-bread
>Judge finds that sugar content of US chain’s sandwiches exceeds stipulated limit and they should thus be classified as confectionery

542194b0 No.3605968

>>3605967
>they should thus be classified as confectionery
which means they would be subject to a tax on non-staple foods, not exempt from it like you suggested

3dc056b6 No.3605969

>>3605968
I don't give a shit. Congratulations on complaining about the part of the post that has no bearing on the argument.

3dc056b6 No.3605971

And it's not like they exceeded the limit by a small margin. Normal bread in Ireland basically has no added sugar, so the limit is set at 2%. Subway's sandwiches clock in at 10% added sugar. Now, if you know anything about baking, you can't substitute sugar for flour and maintain the same consistency, so the sugar is essentially added calories simply for the point of making the bread taste like sweets, so people would buy Subway sandwiches instead of proper food.

542194b0 No.3605975

>>3605969
>Congratulations on complaining about the part of the post that has no bearing on the argument.
You just called it "the major part".

3dc056b6 No.3605978

>>3605975
Are you stupid or having difficulties reading?

b0a3542c No.3606193

File: 1614548847324-0.jpg (1.42 MB, 3712x2088, cheesesandvichI.jpg)

File: 1614548847324-1.jpg (1.38 MB, 3712x2088, cheesesandvichII.jpg)

It turned out alright…

1b82db20 No.3606288

File: 1614582076242.jpg (2.96 MB, 4032x3024, 20210226_111113.jpg)

Here's my oatmeal.

I was actually thinking about buying the Crazy Richard's peanut butter at the store last time I went, but decided against it. It's been a while since I tried it. I'll get it next time. For the purpose of making oatmeal, I think it would be inferior. The slight saltiness of the Santa Cruz works with the unsalted oatmeal and the olive oil. But you really can't go wrong with peanuts as the only ingredient, even if the consistency is off.

>>3606193
So that's got egg, turkey, and cheese in it? Do you make that often?

Speaking of bread, I don't really eat it anymore. My favorite when I did was the sprouted wheat. I tried it because it's healthier, but it would still be my favorite because of its consistency. Smooth and denser than regular wheat bread (at least the kind I got). I don't like it when wheat kernels are mixed in.

Anyway, post more food.

1b82db20 No.3606289

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Maybe I'll make some bread soon. I've make white bread several times in the past. I think I'll make some sprouted wheat bread.

1b82db20 No.3606290

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>>3606289
*made

Also I misspelled steak tartare in the OP.

9707eadc No.3606301

>>3606290 gross

e9e60f5c No.3606303

>>3606301
Not a fan of cilantro? It tastes like soap to some people.

4680352d No.3606322

>>3606303
I don't mind cilantro, I just hate it when people randomly put it on top of things that don't have cilarntro in them.

The whole point of a decoration like that is to exemplify an ingredient. If you used lemon zest in the recipe, then a little curl of lemon peel is acceptable as a decor. Otherwise, its stupid.

The whole idea is that by visually accentuating an ingredient, it makes the brain search for the flavor when eating the dish, thus enhancing that particular flavor. Just randomly taking a dish and adding a leaf onto it does not make it fancy.

4680352d No.3606323

>>3606290
actually looking again, I think that dish does have cilantro in it.

9707eadc No.3606324

>>3606303 I like cilantro

e6542059 No.3606358

>>3606324
Anyone who isn't a genetic abomination likes cilantro. Those who have the bad taste gene are all worthless people who are a parasite on the whole of humanity.

It's just like how all the weak little bitches who have but allergies are all worthless trash that not only contribute nothing but are also detrimental parasites to everything they are associated with.

542194b0 No.3606369

>>3606303
but that's parsley

b2b37048 No.3606685

>>3606358
That's pretty harsh bro. 😬

4680352d No.3606720

>>3606358
I lost a good bit of my sense of smell working at an old paint factory, and thus also lost a lot of my sense of taste, like having a constant cold without sneezing.

The good thing is that now I have a full appreciation for another aspect of cooking. Texture.

As long as I crank out something that has exquisite mouth-feel and aesthetic value, people tend to love it. As long as thats spot on, people praise the hell out of my food. Especially pastries and seafood. Really, flavor is just a minor aspect of food.

I can make a caper marsala swordfish steak that wouldn't give gorden ramsey an aneurysm.

4680352d No.3606725

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>>3606720
I'm also a master of all things cheesey. Big and small.

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4680352d No.3606750

>>3606748
its probably delicious. It looks delicious.

f7e0bf33 No.3606781

File: 1614700281000-0.jpg (279.56 KB, 1000x715, 29940_sil-comparison-cilan….jpg)

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>>3606369
It's definitely cilantro aka coriander. Parsley is slightly darker green and veinier. Also, the shape of the leaves is different. But the dead giveaway that it's cilantro and not parsley is the fact the stems are being utilized in the dish. They wouldn't use the stems if it were parsley, because they're bitter.

>>3606725
>>3606748
That looks like an umami explosion.

I like my fish tacos with plenty of cilantro.

b0a3542c No.3606788

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>>3606781
looks good -_-

4680352d No.3606814

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>>3606781
I've never had a fish taco, is it shaped like a fish?

89777628 No.3606815

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b0a3542c No.3607102

File: 1614840649663.jpg (1.13 MB, 1000x1280, 71618.jpg)

have you tried angel cake?

6ae0fa04 No.3607116

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>>3606814
I tried a fish taco when I was in California once. Sorry .. it was disgusting and into the trash it went.

20fe9d2e No.3607118

>>3607116
Isn't "fish" homosexual slang for "woman", and isn't "taco" slang for "vulva"?

4680352d No.3607121

>>3607118
you're looking way to into things. Sometimes a fish taco, is just a taco made out of fish.

037e1520 No.3607123

File: 1614854691708.jpg (197.74 KB, 1920x1279, FISH TACO.jpg)

>>3607121
I am sure you're right.

4680352d No.3607141

>>3607123
why is it so hairy? gross.

6ae0fa04 No.3607156

File: 1614871960233.jpg (127.14 KB, 749x499, hairy_prospect_vulva_lead-….jpg)

>>3607141
Hairy vulvas are so scary they scare the devil

e93d2902 No.3607769

File: 1615142413611-0.jpg (108.67 KB, 1200x1800, Crepe-Cake-Recipe-3.jpg)

File: 1615142413611-1.jpg (274.07 KB, 1980x1320, white-chocolate-and-coconu….jpg)

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>>3607102
Yes. It tastes like sugar and vanilla with the consistency of a dense foam. It's alright. Not my favorite cake.

My favorite cake is probably some sort of crepe cake. They're a pain in the ass to make because of all those layers.

>>3607123
Delicious. Finally, some good fucking food.

4680352d No.3607780

File: 1615160131851.jpg (41.46 KB, 512x384, yybtytyere.jpg)

Ocat hsif.

4680352d No.3607782

File: 1615160812547.jpg (47.11 KB, 683x1024, German-Chocolate-Cake-3-1.jpg)

>>3607769
angel food is nice but imo german chocolate is the best cake.

02d74f7f No.3607817

File: 1615178709948-0.png (1.1 MB, 824x1006, 63577875d81b20304adfcdf15c….png)

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>>3607782
German chocolate cake is pretty good.

Ever had chocolate ganache cake? It's super chocolatey. It's like it was made by someone who couldn't decide whether they wanted a cake or a chocolate bar.

I was at a party where a dark chocolate ganache cake was served, and everyone else was getting ice cream. I was like, how? The cake on its own is already so rich and sweet and dense. I'm not a big fan of ice cream. I just don't like cold food.

Which of the these cakes do you like better? If you had to pick, would you go for the slice with more consistent layers, cut to geometric perfection from a smooth cylinder? Or do you choose the fluffy cake with more character? They're both chocolate ganache cakes.

379a041e No.3607819

File: 1615179293375.jpg (143.33 KB, 850x850, glitter trap boy_cake.jpg)

>>3607817

"Holy shit, TWO cakes!"

02d74f7f No.3607821

File: 1615179894835.png (10.93 KB, 377x414, O-Comic-Two-Cakes.png)

>>3607819
And then there's the "why not both?" approach.

02d74f7f No.3607822

File: 1615180262368.jpeg (124.25 KB, 1280x705, lex-luthor-40-cakes-11319….jpeg)

>>3607821
And then there's the "why not 40 cakes" approach.

1428b00d No.3608227

File: 1615468273147.png (1.07 MB, 1295x837, garlicbreadz.png)


41dda45f No.3609980

File: 1616971315911.jpg (4.05 MB, 4032x3024, 20210328_150825.jpg)

It was rainy here today, so I made this quiche. This is the best damn quiche I've ever had. I followed this recipe:

https://www.lowcarbmaven.com/mushroom-quiche/

de71599a No.3613304

File: 1619882066773.jpg (114.7 KB, 760x468, 151223-watermelon-oreos-fl….jpg)

Tastey!

4680352d No.3613313

>>3609980
I haven't had quiche in forever, i'll have to try out the recipe.

Dog barking at printer in 3.. 2..

4680352d No.3613314

File: 1619891159183.jpg (266.08 KB, 2100x1500, 636a25c6ff72c6e90aee3acb5b….jpg)

I had these really good snicker doodles, from the liquor store. This is WV, the liquor store is also a butcher, and a bakery. Just accept it.

They went great with a cup of coffee I made from whole bean Black Rifle coffee.

The Girl at the register even threw one in for free. I gave one and a cup to my dad, and even he said it was good, and his sweet tooth rarely ever agrees with my less-than-sweet tooth.

67e0d718 No.3613332

File: 1619905590522.gif (689.76 KB, 350x207, but_I_remember.gif)

I gave up carbs for my health. I've been in ketosis for over 4 weeks now. I still like looking at pictures of sweets. I have a vivid imagination and a good memory. From looking at an image and knowing the ingredients, I can pretty accurately guess what something tastes like. Like >>3608227 for instance. It's going to taste fatty, garlicky, bready, salty, sweet, creamy, and oniony. My imagination can't be far off. I've probably had the exact same thing or certainly something similar from a pizza chain. It's good stuff, at least as far as tasting good.

But what I really crave is some chocolate for some reason. I keep looking at those cakes and reminiscing on how good the cake I had like that was. When done right, you should taste the chocolate first, not sugar. Since I'm craving a cake more similar to the nonfluffy ganache cake, the ganache should be dense. It should have a strong, bright flavor that melts with the temperature of your mouth to deeper, slightly bitter flavors. A common technique is to add espresso or espresso powder to the ganache to complement both the brightness and bitterness of the chocolate and further offset the sweetness.

My sense of taste has altered. I'm more sensitive to the subtle sweetness in foods with little or even no natural sugar. Natural peanut butter for instance tastes the same as jif does to a normal person. Cashew butter is even sweeter like syrup. Red bell peppers are jolly ranchers. Keto is a Hell of a drug.

I can eat small amounts of dark chocolate and still maintain ketosis. So I might do that at some point. Actually, I can make ganache without the sugar, so maybe I'll do that. Just found some recipes:

https://thesugarfreediva.com/how-to-make-sugar-free-ganache/

https://spinachtiger.com/how-to-make-keto-chocolate-ganache-that-stays-glossy/

https://www.ditchthecarbs.com/easy-chocolate-ganache/

Looks like 7-8 ounces of pure chocolate to 0.5 cup of heavy cream. And maybe some butter/salt. None seem to call for espresso. I guess without the sugar to offset it, it would make it too bitter.

I still remember the taste of good cake! Pic related.

a0dc7dee No.3613334

File: 1619906865602.jpg (771.04 KB, 835x883, 2z71xl4.jpg)

>>3613332
Keto is fucking cancer.

Can't stand diet-based weight loss programs. It's not healthier. As long as you're not eating fast food and have a good intake of meats, fruits and vegetables you're good to go, there's no need to change anything, just fucking eat less.

>>But what I really crave is some chocolate for some reason.

I ate an entire chocolate tablet today and I'll eat as damn much as I please.

But I did do 4 hrs of workout, pretty much as long as it took to get up to date with all my podcasts, so I earned it.

67e0d718 No.3613335

File: 1619907379517-0.jpg (3.52 MB, 4032x3024, 20210411_194948.jpg)

File: 1619907379517-1.jpg (3.43 MB, 4032x3024, 20210417_155954.jpg)

Oh, and I went back and tried Crazy Richards peanut butter. It's more bitter than other natural peanut butters. I tried Smucker's natural peanut butter, and I really like it. It required stirring, but it wasn't runny. It wasn't bitter either; must use a different cultivar of peanut. Or maybe longer roasting time. Or both. Also Smucker's adds a little salt, which helps. They know what they're doing. It wasn't organic, but it seems they make an organic version. Don't think I've ever seen it in stores though.

Anyway, here's some random food I made.

67e0d718 No.3613336

File: 1619907478511-0.jpg (4.32 MB, 4032x3024, 20210424_185841.jpg)

File: 1619907478511-1.jpg (2.85 MB, 4032x3024, 20210424_185901.jpg)

Baked brie.

67e0d718 No.3613337

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beef heart

715d0950 No.3613429

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>>3613334
>I ate an entire chocolate tablet today and I'll eat as damn much as I please.
Okay. What kind of chocolate was it? We call them chocolate bars in the states. Our chocolate (at least Hershey's) tastes like vomit to Europeans. Here's why for those curious:

https://youtu.be/jTpHLR60XSs

Tl;dw It's because of butyric acid - a compound found in vomit and Parmesan cheese.

The thing is I normally don't crave chocolate, so I don't have any laying around. I've resolved to go to the store and buy a fine bar of baking chocolate or two. Maybe get some more heavy cream… I have artificial sweetener. Erythritol. I might use it, but then again maybe not. If I do, it will be sparingly, because I don't like overly sweet things.

715d0950 No.3613430

>>3613429
*lying around

4680352d No.3613435

>>3613332
speaking of not doing anything and sweets, anyone got some good baklava recipes?

4680352d No.3613482

>>3613435
I haven't had baklava since my early 20's when I discovered hookah dens. There was this one guy who converted an old burnt out church into a lounge. The building up top wasnt anything special, but the basement was huge and full of pews and tables and had a really metal feel to it.

His wife made the most legit savory baklava.

Never tried making it myself though, would be interested in a good recipe.

b6d751dd No.3613737

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f9e513cc No.3613746

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>>3613435
Good ol' Chef John:

https://youtu.be/bFtDkG74l9w

https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2017/07/baklava-so-good-its-nuts.html

Basics with Babbish:

https://youtu.be/OkzpwHodaAs

https://basicswithbabish.co/basicsepisodes/baklava

This looks pretty good too. Simple enough too.

https://www.thespruceeats.com/pistachio-baklava-recipe-2355441

This is probably the fanciest one:

https://youtu.be/Ck3nNDQMa_o

I typically look at several recipes and mix and match the parts I like.

f9e513cc No.3613751

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>>3613429
Here's what I made with the ganache. They're basically lazy truffles. I put chopped pecans in the bottom of the paper cups and just scooped some ganache on top. I got the Girardelli and ended up using a 2:1 chocolate to cream ratio (2 chocolate bars to 1/2 cup of cream). And I threw in 2 tablespoons of erythritol.

I got someone to taste one, and they said they couldn't even taste the sweetener. I could. Ofc I sorta messed up a batch of ganache before getting it right the second time and ended up just eating the failed batch all at once (it was a smaller batch using only half a bar). It had no sweetener added. Turns out if I eat half a bar of cacao at once, my stomach hurts, I feel manic, and my heart starts racing. But I never consume chocolate or caffeine, so that's probably why. Anyway, the dose makes the poison, so I'll be more mindful of how much chocolate I eat at once.

e68a53f7 No.3613772

>>3613751
So a tiny hair got on one of those, and I didn't notice till after I posted the pic. Gross. My ocd compelled me to find it and pick it off. It was still stuck to the top, but just barely. These are for personal consumption anyway. I'm sure the one I gave away didn't have any hair on it or in it.

They may not look like much, but they smell amazing - very pungent chocolate aroma. And they taste pretty good imo.

4680352d No.3613774

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>>3613772
>giving away hair cupcakes

e68a53f7 No.3613779

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>>3613774
Whatever. It was a close relative. I've pulled hair out of my food at restaurants and just kept eating. But I draw the line at pubes or fingernails, real or otherwise. We all eat spiders in our sleep anyway.

Speaking of which, any insectivores here?

4680352d No.3613789

>>3613779
Nothing says familial love, like having your close relatives ingest your dna.

>we all eat spiders anyway

Thats a myth, sure we all eat an acceptable level of "foreign entities" sucked up into processing plants and harvesters, but spiders are repelled by Co2, humidity, and high temperatures. Its not likely that people eat many live spiders… I have eaten a fried scorpion once though, which is like eating a tarantula and a wasp at the same time. I like to think that I adsorbed its powers in the process.

4680352d No.3613790

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>>3613789
although that might just be the spider NWO's anti-information. Maybe all those spiders are still inside you… and planning a violent break out in the near future.

8f9874b8 No.3613791

>>3613789
>Thats a myth
Good catch. Someone I know irl repeated that recently, and I just accepted it. It seems plausible. I've had baby spiders descend on me from the ceiling enough times, so that's what I thought they were talking about: unfortunate spiders descending into snoring mouths.

c589e43f No.3613803

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>>3613793
I've been walking around the house, and I notice something out of the corner of my eye only to discover it's a baby spider hanging from my glasses. Almost certainly walked into it dangling from the ceiling. If I had been slightly to the left or right and yawning or talking or singing, bitch would have gone straight into my mouth.

It seems more implausible that someone could go their whole life without eating an insect or arachnid either dead or alive. Especially when you consider FDA guidelines like these:

https://www.fda.gov/food/ingredients-additives-gras-packaging-guidance-documents-regulatory-information/food-defect-levels-handbook
>Chocolate and Chocolate Liquor
>Average is 60 or more insect fragments per 100 grams when 6 100-gram subsamples are examined
>OR
>Any 1 subsample contains 90 or more insect fragments
>Average is 1 or more rodent hairs per 100 grams in 6 100-gram subsamples examined
>OR
>Any 1 subsample contains 3 or more rodent hairs
>Cocoa Beans
>Average of 10 mg or more mammalian excreta per pound
So you've probably eaten some insect parts and rodent hair mixed in your food. It's not a big deal.

c589e43f No.3613805

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If anthros were real, hair in food would probably be much more common.

1100cb99 No.3613807

>>3613793

I have had spiders decent directly into my face and mouth area several times. It was the same spider a few days apart. The last time I caught it and booted it out the window. Problems solved.

I guess some spiders just have a Vore fetish also.

Myth BUSTED !

c366a5f1 No.3613811

>>3613805
Did you know that humans have more hair than a gorilla - ours is just shorter and thinner.

a1890e1b No.3613870

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There's Natto.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKJuJu9j9Ls

Gummy, slimy, sticky, smells like a foot odor mixed with ripe cheese. Mixed with raw eggs is like saliva mixed with snot… Really disgusting!


BUT I STILL LOVE IT! I often eat up to 4 servings at a time without rice! I often mixing with wasabi and fish sauce also (the fish sauce enhances the taste of Natto). I think this is the best medicine for hangover too!

b966e49c No.3613881

>>3613870

Holy fuck another Nattonut!

Natto really is like someone vomited shit onto rice, especially if the egg is included, but it actually tastes insanely fucking good.
Still a gross texture tho.

It's also got some enzymes that are very good for heart disease and high blood pressure.

As for safety, the bacteria that ferment the soybeans and the raw egg are both actually safe- Japanese keep their chickens very differently from us, using antibiotics sparingly and culling aggressively. As a result salmonella has been nearly eliminated in commonly sold eggs and raw chicken, unlike the UK and US where that shit's downright tainted from exceptionally poor antibiotic practices, improper immunizations, and refusal to cull or quarantine properly.

It's just like how the Jews are told by 'God' not to eat pork, etc. - Foods that commonly carried disease and parasite because early judeo-christians were still too ignorant of the world to know why, but not too dumb not to notice the trends.

Pork is full of more disease than rats. Eating that raw/undercooked is a bad idea.

a1890e1b No.3613884

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>>3613881
I live in Europe (Balkans not UK) and I buy eggs from a reliable source always. When it comes to raw eggs, I only eat it fresh. However, before breaking, I shake it first. The inside of the egg "wobbles" then it means that the egg is stale, not fresh. I wash it separately and wipe it with an alcoholic hand sanitizer. When I mix it into food, I always break it into a separate glass or container and smell it first. So far - I knock on wood - no problem has happened. Yet I ate Tartar steaks made myself many times and I had no problem with that either.

Speaking of Natto, there’s my other favorite for a hangover, the prairie oyster. It can’t really be considered a food, but I’ve only liked raw eggs because of the Natto and Tatar steaks (and for some reason the slimy, gummy food - like Sichuan hot sour soup or bird’s nest soup).

Next to the salt, pepper, tabasco and worchester sauce and I always put in a little spicy ketchup, a really spicy chili sauce (made from Naga Jolokia, Carolina Reaper and/or Habanero) and some oyster sauce. After consuming it feels as if someone has hit the back of the neck with a baseball bat.

But it helps with the hangover! :)

c366a5f1 No.3613885

>>3613884
> Yet I ate Tartar steaks made myself many times and I had no problem with that either.

The most common parasite you'll get from tartar steaks is Toxoplasma gondii, which normally gives no symptoms in humans, at best you feel like a mild flu, and up to half the world's population has it. It's particularly common in France, where about 80% of the people have had it at some point in their lives.

It has the effect of changing your brain chemistry though, increasing your probability of taking risks and getting into accidents, and the presence of the parasite is linked with increases of mental illness. Coincidentally, some of the anti-psychotic drugs used to treat schizophrenia also inhibit the parasite reproduction.

a1890e1b No.3613887

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>>3613885
> The most common parasite you'll get from tartar steaks is Toxoplasma gondii, which normally gives no symptoms in humans, at best you feel like a mild flu, and up to half the world's population has it. It's particularly common in France, where about 80% of the people have had it at some point in their lives.

It is possible then that I became infected with this parasite and so far I have had no problem. (In fact, I also read of cases where someone was infected with the COVID virus, yet survived the infected period asymptomatically.)

So what? Isn’t it much more dangerous the lot of artificially produced factory "food" with a lot of additives? Nowadays, everything is toxic. The air but even the tap water. The poison is there in everything. In genetically modified plants. In meat products, grains and basically all foods, but even in the air.

I mentioned that I live in the Balkans. Well, I'm Polish. However, I have friends from Hungary. There is a kind of drink in Hungary, called "Pálinka". It is a very strong and aromatic distillate that is usually made from fruits. I often drink this drink. (No, I’m not an alcoholic, just sometimes a single shot after dinner - has a beneficial effect on digestion and enhances the mood .) And I have nothing wrong. I feel good, I move a lot, I eat a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits, I live in a good environment, among ordinary people. I have a happy and balanced life. I ask, do I need more than that? (The question is poetic.)

And - the much important - I like the good and "unusual" foods (like Natto). :)

99f6f814 No.3613894

>>3613887
>So what?

Well, if you LIKE having a brain parasite that makes you act French, then I guess no problems.

99f6f814 No.3613897

>>3613887
Also, if you're a woman with Toxoplasmosis during pregnancy, you have a 72% chance of giving birth to a boy, who in turn has about 32% chance of having congenital hearing loss and mental difficulties.

a1890e1b No.3613900

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>>3613897
As I said:
> I feel good, I move a lot, I eat a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits, I live in a good environment, among ordinary people. I have a happy and balanced life.

And I have not had any major illnesses in the last 20 years.

Question. Do you live in the US? If so, I don't want to exchange lives with you under any circumstances.

Because I live a happy life now without any illness.

The US has the most toxic and unhealthy foods in the world. Yet that’s where Mc Donald’s, KFC or Pizza Hut comes from.

These fast food are pice of shit! I rather eats worms or insects (more healthy with full protein) like these garbage foods.

99f6f814 No.3613902

>>3613900
Look, you're trying to prove too much. The problem here is simply that you're stupid for eating raw meat because it's liable to give you diseases. We're not trying to establish the superiority of US culture over Poland, although the prevalence of Toxoplasmosis in the US is 11% while Poland is somewhere around 35%.

The sanitation standards and cultures across continental Europe are generally… let's not say poor, but "relaxed".

99f6f814 No.3613903

>>3613902
>>3613900
>Global distribution of Toxoplasma gondii immunoglobulins M seroprevalence in pregnant women.
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-69078-9/figures/1

Oh, I retract that statement. I assumed you would be about on par with Germany, but you're actually just as as France.

a1890e1b No.3613905

>>3613902
>you're stupid for eating raw meat because it's liable to give you diseases

>the prevalence of Toxoplasmosis in the US is 11% while Poland is somewhere around 35%.


>Oh, I retract that statement. I assumed you would be about on par with Germany, but you're actually just as as France.


Do you want to insult me now?

Do you look down on me because I come from a "dirty, filthy, uncultured, Slavic, Balkan" environment?

Then let me say something. My culture is more than 1,000 years old - unlike American culture. In addition, the culture of the Hungarians (who are our ancient friends) is even older.

I have not offended you and your people and I do not want to be personal - as you did.

What you say about Tatar steaks is an original nonsense.

many people in the world eat this - myself included - yet I have not heard of any mental illness that this food would have caused.

However, I read a lot more about the carcinogenic effects of American fast food and other ready-to-eat additives.

99f6f814 No.3613906

>>3613905
>Do you want to insult me now?

Yes.

>Do you look down on me because I come from a "dirty, filthy, uncultured, Slavic, Balkan" environment?


Not really, but that's the lever that I'm using to put you down.

>Then let me say something. My culture is more than 1,000 years old - unlike American culture.


That's why you keep acting like you're still in the middle ages.

>I have not offended you


You are too proud.

>What you say about Tatar steaks is an original nonsense.


No it isn't. Eating raw meat is one of the main reasons people get infected with these parasites. You want to know the other? Eating vegetables and other foods tainted with cat shit.

>many people in the world eat this


Yes, and just like you, they get parasites. France is a prime example.

>yet I have not heard of any mental illness that this food would have caused.


Aside from the birth defects it causes, people with schizophrenia are 2.7 times more likely to also have Toxoplasmosis than healthy subjects.

>However, I read a lot more about the carcinogenic effects of American fast food and other ready-to-eat additives.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/And_you_are_lynching_Negroes
Soviet culture at its finest. When shown error, deflects the blame.

99f6f814 No.3613908

>>3613905
Also, why do you assume I'm American?

Prejudice? You want to look down on me, so you project your dislikes on me?

99f6f814 No.3613909

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxoplasmosis#Signs_and_symptoms

>In most immunocompetent people, the infection enters a latent phase, during which only bradyzoites (in tissue cysts) are present;[20] these tissue cysts and even lesions can occur in the retinas, alveolar lining of the lungs (where an acute infection may mimic a Pneumocystis jirovecii infection), heart, skeletal muscle, and the central nervous system (CNS), including the brain.[21] Cysts form in the CNS (brain tissue) upon infection with T. gondii and persist for the lifetime of the host.


>Transmission

>Ingestion of raw or partly cooked meat, especially pork, lamb, or venison containing Toxoplasma cysts: Infection prevalence in countries where undercooked meat is traditionally eaten has been related to this transmission method. Tissue cysts may also be ingested during hand-to-mouth contact after handling undercooked meat, or from using knives, utensils, or cutting boards contaminated by raw meat.[43]
>Ingestion of unwashed fruit or vegetables that have been in contact with contaminated soil containing infected cat feces.

Every time you get re-infected with Toxoplasmosis, you get more brain cysts. Enjoy.

a1890e1b No.3613910

>>3613906
I have nothing to do with the French. What do you know about the Polish people or any other people in the world at all?

Anyway, I don't want to argue with you. With your negative manifestations, you are only qualifying yourself.

>You are too proud.


Yes, because as a sensible person, I do not insult other nations and I do not criticise somebody on personal grounds. (As you did.)

99f6f814 No.3613911

>>3613910
>What do you know about the Polish people or any other people in the world at all?

What does that have to do with you eating raw meat and infecting yourself with parasites, and being proud that you do so?

Calling yourself a sensible person…

a1890e1b No.3613914

>>3613911

> I have not had any major illnesses in the last 20 years.


> I feel good, I move a lot, I eat a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits, I live in a good environment, among ordinary people. I have a happy and balanced life.


So, what are we talking about?

>What does that have to do with you eating raw meat and infecting yourself with parasites, and being proud that you do so?


My dear friend, if I can get the tenderloin once a year, it's a holiday for me. Or maybe you think that the “dirty, primitive Polish-Balkans animal" lives only on raw meat all year round?

99f6f814 No.3613915

>>3613914
>if I can get the tenderloin once a year

Oh, so now it's tenderloin instead of steak tartar? Do the chains in your bicycle cross in a figure 8 so you can get to work?

a1890e1b No.3613916

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>>3613915
> Oh, so now it's tenderloin instead of steak tartar?

You seem to have nothing to do with gastronomy. Tenderloin is the noblest part of cattle. It comes from the muscles of the animal that are not subjected to any force (these muscles are right next to the spine). Therefore, this muscle remains soft and supple. This is why it becomes suitable for making a dish called Tartare steak. And what you said about parasites is nonsense bullshit. I have never heard or read about this thing myself, it was not in the main news and it was not mentioned by any of my friends.

99f6f814 No.3613917

>>3613914

>So, what are we talking about?


This:

>So what? Isn’t it much more dangerous the lot of artificially produced factory "food" with a lot of additives?


No. A parasite is worse for you than most any of the "additives" that are actually tested to be safe for human consumption. For starters, they don't leave you with lesions and cysts in the brain.

> I ate Tartar steaks made myself many times and I had no problem with that either.


Just because you don't think you have a problem doesn't mean this is actually the case. When asbestos was invented, people used to put it in their mouths and swallow to show how safe it was.

You come brassing about food safety while living in one of the world's worst infected countries, and you don't even know that you are! It is true the prideful are fools.

99f6f814 No.3613918

>>3613916
>And what you said about parasites is nonsense bullshit. I have never heard or read about this thing myself, it was not in the main news and it was not mentioned by any of my friends.

Oh ignorance is bliss.

99f6f814 No.3613920

>>3613916
>Tenderloin is the noblest part of cattle.

If you knight it and call it a sir, does that remove the parasites?

Also, tenderloin is cooked at least up to 54C throughout which kills or reduces the parasites to a minimum. 71C (medium-well) is guaranteed to be safe. Steak tartar is not cooked.

a1890e1b No.3613921

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>>3613918
>>3613919
I don't want to argue with you. You believe and think what you want. If you’re just because you just want to troll, I don’t care.

I told you what I wanted, from now on you troll the way you want.

99f6f814 No.3613922

>>3613921
The fact that I'm trolling doesn't absolve you from being an idiot. In fact, the best way to troll is to reveal the truth.

99f6f814 No.3613923

>>3613921
>from now on you troll the way you want.

You want real trolling?

I started easy enough, giving you legitimate information about parasites you get from eating raw meat, and instead of going "Oh, thanks for the info", you basically went "My glorious Polish heritage makes me immune to parasites and your American hamburgers are worse!".

You know what is the internationally acknowledged heritage of Polish culture? Going up to Hitler's tanks with horse cavalry…

52b6157f No.3613933

>>3613923
Bourdain was going to Poland one fine day.
He wikipedia'd the place and to his dismay.
The pols were people he thought were hi class.
When he saw the pols he knew, you shall not pass.
He tied up a noose and took one last look in the mirror.
If you go to Poland make sure you aren't a closet Nazi Neener Neener.

a1890e1b No.3613934

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>>3613922
>>3613923

You are really funny! I just love it!

But I still love the century eggs also!

https://www.cookist.com/what-is-a-century-egg/

f7e0bf33 No.3613945

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https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16419752/
>None of the cats fed chicken or beef samples shed oocysts. Overall, the prevalence of viable T. gondii in retail meat was very low.
This doesn't really seem to be an issue in the US. I already avoid cats because of toxoplasmosis. But life's too short to eat overcooked meat all the time.

>>3613870
Apparently the fermentation process removes some of the carbs from the soy beans, so this is something that can be eaten in moderation on keto. It actually has less carbs than natural peanut butter. I'll give it a try if I come across it.

>>3613934
This is something I've been meaning to try. Century eggs and balut.

9bb0d2b7 No.3614010

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>>3613945
I don't know, the Balut is too bizarre for me. Cooked alive duck embryo?

Or not even cooking alive is too bizarre. After all, lobster is usually cooked alive. (I’ve never cooked lobster before, but I’m sure if it did, I would do everything I could to make the animal suffer as less as possible - I would stun it in the freezer or pierce its nerve center with a thin knife.)

Just the knowledge that I am eating a cooked alive embryo of a living thing is a little bizarre for me.

Anyway alive food:

Ikuzukuri: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDi-dlgukA0

Yin Yang fish: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E--Tm5oAImA

Frog sashimi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTuXoW7NcSg

Whose opinion is on this topic?
(I think a sick and psychopathic trait in some people is that they kill animals for pleasure and cause them suffering for enjoy. I don't think such beings can be called human at all.)

eddb067f No.3614012

>>3614010
Why do you care about creatures that have the intellectual capacity of an earthworm? Even if they feel something, there's nobody actually there to "suffer". It's like putting a screwdriver through your TV: the computer program goes "error error!!" but there's nobody to experience it.

eddb067f No.3614013

>>3614010
If you think about it, sentience is an evolutionary disadvantage. If a dung beetle starts thinking "why am I here? What's the point of laying these eggs in this pile of shit?", they waste time and die.

Most animals live their lives as robots, repeating the same pattern over and over, because they're adapted to an ecological niche that rewards repetition over generations. If the animal starts to think, if they develop a mind to question their very existence, they fail to fit in that niche and get eliminated. This is why most living creatures are nothing but robots: any deviation from the pattern results in failure. Only those animals which are generalists, opportunists, that transcend simple ecological niches, can develop intelligence and a mind that can reasonably have ethics, morality, and suffering.

068cf084 No.3614014

>>3614010
I like to prevent the needless suffering when I can… But does the fact that the duck embryo is alive really matter? I think the crucial question is whether it suffers. I figured it wouldn't have the brain function to suffer at that stage of development. But I haven't researched it, until now. According to this:

https://kb.rspca.org.au/knowledge-base/is-the-practice-of-boiling-pre-hatched-duck-embryos-in-their-shell-humane/
>There is well-documented evidence of neurological immaturity until day 13-14 and that the chick remains in unconscious sleep-like states until day 19.
>This is an area that is yet to be further researched. Until that time, it would be prudent to give the pre-hatched chick the benefit of the doubt and definitely not subject it to boiling from day 18 onwards, as if the chick is conscious during that period, there is potential for it to feel pain and suffer.

The duck eggs for balut are boiled anywhere from 14-21 days. So if I try it, I'll make sure it was only incubated for 14 days.

I will never eat a living fish like you showed. I like to watch hyenas eat their prey alive sometimes. But as a human, I know better.

Here is the proper way to dispatch a fish:

https://youtu.be/TS4AM9mPX-8

eddb067f No.3614015

>>3614014
A chicken can live and exhibit "chicken-like behavior" without 90% of its higher brain, as exemplified by the famous case of the headless chicken.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_the_Headless_Chicken

Turns out, most of the "features" of a chicken are nothing but reflexes. Their higher brain functions consist mostly of avoiding predators and establishing a pecking order in the coop.

9bb0d2b7 No.3614018

>>3614013
>Most animals live their lives as robots, repeating the same pattern over and over, because they're adapted to an ecological niche that rewards repetition over generations. If the animal starts to think, if they develop a mind to question their very existence, they fail to fit in that niche and get eliminated.

The animal is therefore an animal. Only this single basic quality distinguishes the human being from animals.

If a person may find himself in a situation where he has to fight for his life and therefore have to kill, then he does so for the sake of survival, not out of cruelty and joy.

However, the above examples are nothing more than pure cruelty and sadism.

When a man kills an animal in order for him to stay alive, he does not for pleasure. Animals do not hunt for pleasure either, but because the strict laws of nature dictate this. There is nothing wrong with that, that's what life is about.

However, man makes much more sense thanks to Neocortex than other living things. Man is capable of empathy. Therefore, he is also aware of when he causes suffering to other living things. (The non-sentient are incapable of doing this because they are only fighting for their own survival driven by their instincts .)

And if a person consciously causes suffering to another living being, and even finds joy in it, then it is difficult to call it a human being from there (even a being of inferiority to animals, for it is pure conscious evil that is not typical of the animal kingdom).

eddb067f No.3614095

>>3614018
> the above examples are nothing more than pure cruelty and sadism.

It is morally neutral just the same as it's morally neutral to pick apart your TV. You may complain about the waste of a perfectly good TV but you don't call the person a sadist because they want to see what happens when they poke a screwdriver in the electronics.

>Animals do not hunt for pleasure either


Except many do, like cats for example. They play and torture their catch before committing to kill it, and kill birds and other small critters with no intention of eating them.

eddb067f No.3614097

>>3614018
> if a person consciously causes suffering to another living being

Again, suffering assumes a mind. No mind, no suffering. The person who sees suffering in all animals is projecting and anthropomorphizing them - in other words, they are being irrational and the evil is only in the observer's mind.

eddb067f No.3614098

Technically, suffering requires:
1) being alive
2) having a mind (sentience)
3) being self-aware (consciousness)

A dead animal obviously doesn't suffer any more. An animal that is sentient can have feelings and emotions, but this is not yet sufficient because there is no self-reference. The sensation of pain or love exists but it happens to nobody - that's why this is still a biological robot. Only a conscious being can have subjective awareness of experiences.

This is easily proven. Drink yourself senseless. As you stumble around blind drunk, you feel terribly ill and vomit, the next day you have no recollection of these events. The persistent memory that these things happen to YOU is what causes YOU to suffer it. When there is no "you", no suffering can take place.

817c902c No.3615317

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86352278 No.3615318

File: 1621691978496.jpg (389.05 KB, 1920x1358, 3532227_Echa4797_water_2.jpg)

>>3605805
> What kinda food you eat? Do you have a favorite?
Pizza from Shakey's pizza parlor!

7fba1657 No.3615320

File: 1621692820093.png (396.01 KB, 1000x875, FOXY_FOX_PIZZA.png)

>>3615318

What? Shakey's? Plebian!
You haven't lived until you've tried pizza from Foxy Fox Pizza.

It's a real place by the way, see here:

https://www.foxyfoxpizza.com/

7fba1657 No.3615322

>>3615320
Her pawpads smell like fresh pizza dough (from walking around the floor in that place I guess).

When you visit in person, wear a badge or T-shirt or something that indicates you might be a furry.
When they see it, they will ask you if you are a Furry.
Then they will ask you if you want to see their "Special Menu."
Say YES.

b0a5b0f0 No.3615338

File: 1621714734654.jpg (3.6 MB, 4032x3024, 20210522_160528.jpg)

>>3615320
>>3615322
They have garlic knots on their regular menu. Guess what kinda knots they have on their "Special Menu".

If you guys are ever passing through and want to dine at the Foxy Fox, let ol' tms know and maybe I'll buy you a beer or something stronger.

add8c849 No.3615341

>>3613522
If they prepare and sell food there at that place, how is she allowed to walk around barefoot, wouldn't that be a health code violation?
Or maybe most people aren't worried about catching foxy feet germs.
And there's probably a sizable proportion of the clientele that would stop dropping in if they made her wear shoes or otherwise covered them up!!

817c902c No.3615398

File: 1621810247482-0.jpg (582.05 KB, 1200x1600, ddpo1lm-fddec168-ab48-48e5….jpg)

File: 1621810247482-1.jpg (100.42 KB, 670x902, front_en.4.full.jpg)

sea salt ice cream with gummy bears…

bbe5be8f No.3615463

File: 1621886284817.jpg (275.79 KB, 1900x1266, delish-191908-dirt-pudding….jpg)

>>3615398
I've put gummy bears in ice cream before. They get firmer and chewier. But my favorite desert with gummies in it has to be dirt pudding (pic related).

4680352d No.3615465

>>3615463
i haven't had dirt pudding in forever, but not a huge fan of gummybears, but yeah good stuff.

It's close cousin the oreo milkshake, especially Dairy Queen's, is probably my favorite desert… and I'm lactose intolerant, so if I'm willing to deal with that after party, you know its high on my list.

93df5c09 No.3615467

Nothing speaks more American than taking what is already a confectionery or a dessert, and using it as an ingredient to make a dessert.

Normal people making dessert: "add eggs, flour, sugar, milk…"

Americans: "combine a bag of M&Ms, Oreos, Snickers bars…"

4680352d No.3615468

>>3615467
the insulin industry isn't going to fund itself.

bbe5be8f No.3615470

File: 1621887937323-0.jpg (3.01 MB, 4032x3024, 20210506_150929.jpg)

File: 1621887937323-1.jpg (3.45 MB, 4032x3024, 20210524_141554.jpg)

I'm still following the keto diet, so I'm not eating any of this sugary stuff. First pic is the truffle with the hair removed, just to prove I'm not feeding people hair. Second pic was today's breakfast: chia pudding. Chia pudding is a suitable enough replacement for my morning oatmeal, especially during these warmer months. There is no suitable replacement for fruit though, and that's what I miss the most. I have a freezer packed with durian from before I started this diet. What the fuck am I going to do with it? I can't give it away, because no one I know will eat it.

>>3615463
*dessert

93df5c09 No.3615473

File: 1621888100110.jpg (61.47 KB, 557x640, s-l640.jpg)

>>3615468
It wasn't a criticism on the sugar content, but the inherent laziness, lack of imagination, and disconnection.

Another example of the same principle: do you know what these are? Hint, the obvious answer is not the correct one. They are pieces of aluminum manufactured specially in the shape of a can pull tab, sold to people who want to make the sort of macaroni and straw arts that are normally done by re-purposing household junk.

If you want to be even more unconsciously self-ironic, I once saw in an arts & crafts store, a little brass buckle that read "home made". It wasn't.

bbe5be8f No.3615479

File: 1621889080457.jpg (3.9 MB, 4032x3024, 20210524_163017.jpg)

>>3615470
I have 4 of these packages. One is seedless. No idea what to do with them. Probably end up throwing 'em out. What a waste.

Only fruit I can eat is small amounts of berries. Actually, technically fruits like avocados, olives, zucchini, and cucumber I can pretty much eat as much as I want.

b1045d8b No.3615504

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>>3615470
Oh and another thing. You don't have to make your own chocolate on keto. I just did for "fun".

I've tried pic related, and it's very good. It's got the sweetness you expect from chocolate, not like what I made. Low net carbs (7g per bar) makes it okay in moderation on keto. The ingredients check out too.

Next time I'll make a more liquidy ganache. Probably use a 1:2 chocolate to cream ratio = the inverse of what I did to make those truffles. I also "broke" the ganache in my last batch but was able to recover it somewhat. That's why it looks slightly grainy. It became unhomogenized.

987d28c5 No.3615580

File: 1622059846559-0.jpg (2.99 MB, 4032x3024, 20210525_191605.jpg)

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Ate out yesterday for the first time since starting keto. So the first time in over 8 weeks… But hardly eating out was typical of me before starting this diet. Anyway, pics related. The first is what they brought me first: tuna tartare. I broke the yolk on the quail egg and started eating before thinking to snap a pic, so sorry about that. It really was the most aesthetically pleasing of the dishes. The next is baked muscles. Both the muscles and the tartare had ponzu sauce, which wasn't mentioned in the description. I ate it anyway, because it was too good to turn away. Plus I don't want to be "that guy" with weird dietary restrictions who inconveniences everyone else. I freaked out a little, but it was internally, so the waitress wasn't the wiser. In reality, there wasn't enough sauce to throw me out of ketosis, which is what I figured. If I order these dishes again, I'll just request no ponzu sauce.

987d28c5 No.3615581

File: 1622059873936-0.jpg (3.08 MB, 4032x3024, 20210525_193019.jpg)

>>3615580
I saved the sashimi for last. I requested no eel sauce on the eel, which seems like blasphemy, but they complied. There was some sweetness from the marinade… which was eels sauce. But they didn't add extra, which they typically do. The yellowish-orange stuff is sea urchin roe (uni). I love this stuff, but most sushi places don't have it.

Everything was delicious.

81bde279 No.3615665

File: 1622151304405.jpg (207.43 KB, 792x1224, The_Riddler.jpg)

I've posted several healthy foods options itt, but you know what's really healthy to eat? You can eat as much of this as you want and not gain an ounce. But if you eat too much of it, you die. It's all I ate yesterday and all I've eaten today and all I intend on eating tomorrow.

201bce31 No.3615675

>>3615665
Oxygen?

81bde279 No.3615683

>>3615675
Nothing. Nothing but the tears of Heaven and the salt of the Earth for three days.

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151ee6f5 No.3615825

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Well, after over three and a half days of fasting, I'm eating again. Pic related is what I ate this morning: an egg and a mug of bone broth. Breakfast of champions. It's important to break extended fasts with a small meal like this.

>>3615714
Some animals eat da poo poo. The tms is not one of those animals.

e6a07e9e No.3617141

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e6a07e9e No.3617163

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Jello-Kiwi-Fox

4680352d No.3617260

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>>3617163
why did I fap to this?

e6a07e9e No.3617264

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9972718e No.3617815

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e5207231 No.3617822

File: 1624158800592.jpg (40.43 KB, 450x450, skinny pop popcorn.jpg)

>>3617141
Most of this is just too salty. I prefer this one

c3ea8afe No.3617825

File: 1624166162353.jpg (3.23 MB, 4032x3024, 20210601_212713.jpg)

So I got around to trying natto on >>3613870 and >>3613881 suggestion. It's not at all what I expected. First of all, it doesn't smell bad. It has a faint soy sauce aroma. I was expecting it to smell like washed-rind cheese. And like washed-rind cheese, I expected it to be savory. But it's actually bitter - kinda like a mix between the types of bitter in coffee and beer. It has a roasty-maltiness to it.

I wasn't a fan when I first tried it. The second time I tried it, I added salt and mustard, and that turned it from barely edible to something that's actually pretty damn good. The mustard is a must. It brings out the hidden savory notes in the natto. The bitterness of the natto and the zing of the mustard somehow mellow each other out in a pleasant synthesis. I like the texture. It reminds me of marshmallow fluff. Bitter marshmallow fluff with beans in it that needs some salt and mustard mixed in to make it good. I've used both yellow and Dijon mustard, and they both do the trick. I think I prefer the Dijon mustard. Maybe I'll do a side-by-side comparison next time.

>>3617815
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heart_Attack_Grill>Natto

https://www.heartattackgrill.com

What do you guys think about this restaurant that advertises that their food makes people fat and also kills them?

c3ea8afe No.3617826


c3ea8afe No.3617827

File: 1624168021598.jpg (4.19 MB, 4032x3024, 20210616_190934.jpg)

This is something I make that's truly delicious. Baked salmon topped with artichoke spread and capers. I always rub the salmon with some olive oil before baking. Sometimes I use fresh dill.

9972718e No.3617829

File: 1624170478138.jpg (226.73 KB, 490x488, somesoupdinner.jpg)

Baked Tilapia with Pumpkin Soup.

I have some mandarin orange green tea that I really like. I had the crazy idea to put the teabags in the pouch with the fish while it baked. Turned out terrific. The fish is also seasoned with ginger, mustard, curry, and pepper.

The soup is four parts pumpkin, two parts chicken stock, one part cream, and a few big chunks of goat cheese. Seasoned with ginger, nutmeg, and cinnamon. It's pretty good. Nice and creamy and mild. I think next time I might use a sharper cheese, though.

f7e0bf33 No.3617932

File: 1624264069232.jpg (2.86 MB, 4032x3024, 20210520_150657.jpg)

>>3617829
That looks good and sounds pretty healthy.

I'm a big fan of cheese, especially goat and sheep cheese. Pic related is some Humboldt Fog - American soft-ripend goat cheese. It's excellent.

f7e0bf33 No.3617933

File: 1624265405774.jpg (2.58 MB, 4032x3024, 20210530_210042.jpg)

And here's some Gorgonzola Dolce. This is a very mild blue cheese. Super creamy and delicious. It's not as sharp tasting as usual blue cheese, because it has a different strain of mold. Penicillium glaucum is used in the production of Gorgonzola Dolce, whereas Penicillium roqueforti is used in most blue cheese. This gives it a milder/more mushroomy taste than typical blue cheese, which can be too strong for some people. If you've tried blue cheese before and it was too harsh for you, I recommend trying a milder version like Gorgonzola Dolce.

I eat all kinds of cheese.

9972718e No.3617942

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4680352d No.3617959

>>3617942
never really got the whole restaurant tipping thing, 99/100 if I go to a restaurant, the server brings out the food and gives you a drink, if you're lucky you might get asked for a refill on a drink you don't need. They rarely smile or seem positive at all. almost never remember who ordered what. Its just not worth a tip. I don't think I've ever really felt like the server deserved a tip other than a few times down south at some small diners and breakfast places, those ladies will NEVER let you run out of coffee and a smile.

My barber on the other hand, I always tip. They talk to you, tend to remember what your goings on are with an almost inhuman accuracy, and you're kinda stuck with their work for a few weeks.

ceeeb704 No.3617965

>>3617959

Subhuman lulzchud furries are bad tippers, news at 11.

4680352d No.3617967

>>3617965
just saying if you work in the service industry mainly for tips, and you don't give even mildly good service you don't deserve a tip. I tip just fine if I'm even marginally satisfied with the service work that is literally their job description. But it rarely ever happens.

fe8ce59e No.3617968

File: 1624318654450.jpg (208.26 KB, 750x563, 56845877dd089545558b4876.jpg)

>>3617942
>>3617959
>>3617965
It's one thing not to tip. That's a whole dumb argument in and of itself. But it's another thing entirely to troll waiters with fake money to push your religious nonsense. Fuck those clowns.

That story is total bullshit btw. $2.65/hour is way below minimum wage. And the dummy claims to be saving up to buy a video game? What a load.

Those fake Christian tips are real though.

4680352d No.3617971

>>3617968
wait staff can be paid way less than minimum wage as base pay that the employer must pay them. The thing people tend to forget is that if tip income plus hourly income is less than what minimum wage will pay, then the employer is required to pay the minimum wage.

Its a convoluted system but just because waiters only make less than minimum wage, they can exceed it with tips, but they can't go below it.

4680352d No.3617974

>>3617971
Its even worse for delivery drivers. A base gratuity fee thats basically a forced tip got directly to the server. If a pizza or whatever company sets a "delivery charge" and the driver has to drive his own car, it goes directly to the company, but the driver will rarely get a tip. So they're using their own car with wear and tear, their own insurance, and will rarely get tipped cause the customer is already paying an 8 dollar delivery charge.

0f794b39 No.3617977

>>3617968
Deception is Satan's business, those christians haven't thought through this ; it probably has the opposite effect.

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1a7ac73e No.3617990

Not throwing your tips or spare change on the ground after any exchange. Pleb.

387ab1f3 No.3618050

>>3618026
The point is it's disingenuous to say you only make $2.65/hr and can't save up enough money for a $5 video game (probably cost more when that image was made but still) when your employer by law has to make up the difference. That $2.13/hr base pay just makes it harder to make over minimum wage, because the employee would have to make over $5.12/hr in tips. But at the end of the day, they're still making at least $7.25/hr.
>a 'tipped employee' is one that typically makes $30 or more in tips daily
It's actually $30 in tips per month.

387ab1f3 No.3618066

File: 1624395458109-0.jpg (92.52 KB, 800x392, keto-diet-guide.jpg)

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So I've been trying to be more health conscious, in case you haven't noticed. But I don't see how you couldn't; I bring up the fact that I'm on the ketogenic diet about as much as a vegan brings up the fact that he's vegan. Probably too much, but I've kept it mostly confined to this thread.

Anyway, here's what I think I've learned about nutrition. First off, the food guide pyramid we were all indoctrinated with as kids is a bunch of glowy deep-state bullshit. It's all part of a scheme to make us stupid, grain-dependent cattle - constantly grazing to sate our hunger. The fact that olive oil is grouped with refined sugar at the top of the pyramid should be your first hint that something's amiss. Healthy fats like olive oil - a staple of Mediterranean diets - is now known to be a key component of heart health and longevity. Whole grain means less than you probably think it does. The glycemic index of whole wheat and white bread is negligible (74 vs 75), and both have a significantly higher index than pure cane sugar (65)! Same story for rice. Guess what? You don't need to ANY grains to be healthy!

387ab1f3 No.3618067

>>3618066
In fact, I believe it's healthier to cut grains out of our diets altogether. That's what I did, and I've never felt better. I have energy. I have mental clarity. I typically eat once a day and I don't get hungry. Sometimes I'll skip eating for a day, or three. It's not a big deal! I'll admit going three days is a bit trying, and I feel weak towards the end. But skipping just a day is completely painless. Why? Because I believe I'm what's known as fat-adapted at this point: my body essentially recognizes fat as its default energy source.

That means that when I stop eating, my body smoothly transitions to burning body fat. This smooth transition makes all the difference. It keeps me from getting hangry or having headaches. The reason I do longer term fasts periodically is to trigger what's known as autophagy. Autophagy is a metabolic mode that allows your cells to recycle damaged components. This helps protect against a host of illnesses including cancer.

I've also learned that salt and saturated fat are not only fine but essential. These things no more cause heart disease than eating eggs raises your cholesterol - which was another lie from the illuminati. I actually had to up my salt intake when I started this diet, because I was getting leg cramps from not getting enough. With salt, it's pretty simple: salt to taste. Your body will tell you how much salt it needs. The keto diet is diuretic, meaning it makes you piss more. So my electrolyte intake is higher than what's required for a typical American.

Also, fruit isn't necessarily bad. Because it contains fructose and fiber, it doesn't spike your blood sugar as much as grains or refined carbs. But it's still probably unhealthy to be eating it all the time. Think about it. Were our recent ancestors (as in after we left the jungles of Africa) eating fruit all the time? Hell no. Fruit is seasonal. And the kind of fruit they were eating isn't the kind of fruit we eat now. The fruit we eat now has been cultivated for thousands of years to be bigger, with more sugar and less seeds. Bananas have been transformed from small fruits full of hard seeds to giant sugar sticks. Not that what's natural is always best, but it serves as a pretty good guide.

Just some food for thought.

9972718e No.3618137

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58a7f92e No.3618193

>>3618137

Silly cute bunny

297df875 No.3618381

File: 1624721039498.jpg (28.47 KB, 320x634, poison.jpg)

>>3617825
Wow! Another Natto fan! Welcome Bro! ;)

The Natto is a really fantastic superfood. Natto is super nutritious. It contains good levels of many nutrients, vitamins and mineral matters that are important for optimal health.

Soy is raw toxic, but it can’t be eaten even when cooked for hours. In China, it was discovered 2,300 years ago that if soy is subjected to a thorough fermentation process, the end product can be consumed. This is how they invented the making of yellow soybean paste (jiàng - 黄酱), which corresponds to Japanese miso. The result of similar experiments was tofu. Contrary to Western beliefs, soy is not such a popular food in the East. According to surveys in South Asian countries in the late 1970s, the population accounted for only 1.5% of the calories consumed.

Of course, companies lied to people in USA and Europe when they said how fantastic soy is. This was only said because it was cheaper to replace meat with soy. And diseases caused by soy consumption make a profit for pharmaceutical companies.

Americans feed their children with soy-based formula. However, foods made from factory-processed soybeans are extremely unhealthy and poisonous. And if a person is fed such foods as a child, he will be much more prone to various diseases into adulthood.
In contrast, Natto is a magical panacea! Fermentation produces amazing changes in soy. It has an amazing number of positive properties, one of the healthiest foods. I live in the Balkans, I have only known Natto for 10 years, but I just can’t do without it (I have a Natto maker machine also)! I love it, and once I will have an own child, I’m going to put natto in the food from infancy (of course crunched form: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mbf0J753zk) because I want my child will be healthy.

655c0548 No.3618384

>>3618067
> I have energy. I have mental clarity. I typically eat once a day and I don't get hungry. Sometimes I'll skip eating for a day, or three.

That sounds more like mania than anything induced by a diet.

>illuminati


Yep. Undiagnosed mental illnesses - good luck with the depression, disassociation or psychosis that inevitably follows… but oh, that's gonna be the tricks of illuminati and not because you're ill.

39df4df6 No.3618391

File: 1624736050538.webm (7.28 MB, 1280x720, Gay Frogs (But dog anchor….webm)

>>3618384
Get a load of this reptilian. Next you'll tell us to brush our teeth with fluoride and get vaccinated. Stay away from our frogs!

39df4df6 No.3618394

File: 1624738981970.jpg (4.49 MB, 4032x3024, 20210624_173418.jpg)

Anyway, I went foraging for blackberries the other day. I didn't even keep track of how many I was eating. I figure blackberries are low enough in carbs already, so the ones growing wild are probably even lower. I went into bear mode and just kept eating until I felt I'd eaten enough.

39df4df6 No.3618395

>>3618191
Those 'rona balls look pretty good tbh.

684830e8 No.3618963

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e39c791d No.3618980

>>3618381


And here comes the psuedointellectuals and their testosterone pills made from goat piss.

e39c791d No.3618983

>>3617825

I think you, like most people, are terrible at picking out socio-political protests.

It's a big art show that isn't even open most of the time. The staff dress as nurses as you have to sign a faux legal document saying you won't sue if their food kills you. (This is faux because you cannot, in fact, sign away your safety contractually. Furthermore, you cannot willingly and knowingly harm someone intentionally even with permission. Generally speaking. Law is bullshit, it gets bent, broken, and ignored even when it's written legibly.)

As for the food? It's just upper-scale fast food, like Whataburger, with over-the-top portion sizes.
The bypass burgers are just double/triple/quad burgers with 4 slices of cheese to the 1 or 2 normal at WB. They aren't actually higher calorie than a WhatTheFuck (a custom Whataburger menu item that is just a quad with 3x extra cheese (thus 5 slices), mayo, whatasauce, and thousand island. You'll be up around 640 calories!)

Their fries are fried in lard. They're identical calorically to Sonic's, Dairy Queen, etc.

The guy who started it was a heart doctor who got so sick of doing bypasses on fat people he decided to do a protest art thing. Except people actually liked it and the entire point was missed outright.

You're just paying for a social protest and art exhibit. Go to McDonald's if you really want to ruin your health.

Or just drink a fuckload of mountain dew and pizza. You'll be fat in no time!
Also dairy, pork, and chocolate: The unholy trinity of calories.

2f0e713c No.3618988

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I went for what was supposed to be a quick hike today before Dan's cartoon stream, but I got distracted by these chanterelle mushrooms growing fucking everywhere. They looked so good, I had to stop and pick some. I plan on sauteing them for breakfast tomorrow.

>>3618983
I mean I get it. Like, at least they're honest about the health consequences of eating like this regularly. Even if they don't supply it regularly as you say.

e39c791d No.3619020

>>3618988


Amen. I don't protect people from themselves.
If you wanna smoke a carton a day, down a pint, and then really rot your liver with high-fructose corn syrup soaked rape fried starch enriched potatos from McDonald's? Go ahead.

It's your body, one of the few things that are truly meant to belong to you and make choices for.

8e6c8348 No.3621157

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>>3618988
On today's episode of cooking with tms, we saute chanterelles in butter. This is pretty basic. But it's important to remember, don't wash your mushrooms. Mushrooms are like sponges and will soak up the water and take longer to cook. Instead, use a brush with soft bristles to remove any particulates. I used an old toothbrush and then tore them into smaller pieces. I didn't even add the butter to begin with, so the water naturally present in the mushrooms would cook out. Then once they'd cooked down some, I added the butter. You want the mushrooms to soak up the butter to enrich their flavor. I used Kerrygold butter and sprinkled on some salt once plated. The result was indescribably delicious with a woodsy perfume that lingers on the palate in the best possible way.

This was weeks ago. I need to go mushroom hunting again.

57bbc49a No.3621159

>>3621157
Ahhh my favorite pastime hunting for mushrooms used to go camping and would always pick some wild puffball mushrooms and no not the magic species

dd62c209 No.3621162

>>3618980
Why do you bother coming here?

8e6c8348 No.3621163

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I tried blood sausage for the first time the other day. It's good. Didn't really taste like blood, and I sorta wanted it to. Whoever was in charge of blending the spices knew what they were doing. Tastewise, this appeals to normies, if normies would give it a try.

99120f14 No.3621189

>>3621157
My neighbor shot his foot on a hunt.

b37c0c35 No.3621191

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These are sold cheap is dog food probably, but I've loved then since childhood.

c2b9f889 No.3621213

>>3621191
Are you some sort of chinaman?

1c545cf1 No.3621365

>>3621191
Chicken feet are a good source of collagen. Good for the skin and joints! How do you cook them?

940ed19e No.3621369

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>>3621365
Dim Sum style I guess.

There's plenty of recipes online, just remember that you only need to dunk them in water for an hour. That pretentious overnight simmering is just to make peasant food look elegant.

3989f29a No.3621498

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two buns with a slab of meat nothing much else!

e6274484 No.3621504

>>3621369
no one eats that because its literally flesh and no meat and also you have to debone but by the time you have you realize its literally something that stepped in chicken shit for the entire lifetime of its horrible cooped up life. the fuck is wrong with you just eat the spice rack without any real substance.

8e5d6141 No.3621518

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>>3621504
That's pretty much the same story with pork rinds and people eat the fuck out of those.
>rolls around in filth
>mostly collagen or "flesh" as you call it
Flesh and meat are synonymous, but whatever, I knew what you meant. You gottem on the bones though. Picking bones out of food is annoying. The sardines I eat have bones in them, but they're soft enough where I just eat them. Good source of calcium.

e6274484 No.3621637

>>3621518
there are alot of pigs eating pigs.

7e88e046 No.3621688

>>3621637


Pigs eat their own dead often, and infant pigs fight, often to the death, over nipples.

Pigs are greedy, crude, highly intelligent, violent, competative scavengers.
No wonder they eat shit and humans like them so much.

3989f29a No.3621690

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>>3621688
You know what, I love you.
Something the Qu would love.
>>3621473
>>3621475
>>3620846

3989f29a No.3621691

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I haven't tried cinnamon flavored pork rinds It almost tasted like cinnamon churros bacon flavored.

3989f29a No.3621692

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The Colonials who got genetically modified by the Qu look like pork rinds.

3fdd2637 No.3630896

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de71599a No.3630917

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Doe soy make your immune system weak?

93f4e413 No.3630939

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>>3630917
https://www.hpj.com/opinion/hormones-again/article_19ae144c-ad20-11ea-bbcc-238217d789fe.html

Let's take estrogen, for example, because I believe this to be the one hormone that gets everyone all stirred up.

In the top 20 list of foods that contain estrogen, including phytoestrogens, all 20 are plant based; flaxseed and soy top the list. If you really look at the grass-based beef systems, the amount of hormones going into the diet of those cattle is off the chart compared to a conventional feedlot steer that is administered a hormone pellet. The data suggests that grass fed beef is actually higher in estrogen than grain fed, although not significantly higher. So while you may not be implanting with a hormone, your diet includes feed with higher estrogen concentrations. So you may be shooting yourself in the foot and pushing people toward alternative meat sources instead of boosting your own marketing plan.

9aad200e No.3630962

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>>3630917
Soy is also chocked full of lectins, which isn't too dissimilar to other legumes. However in soy, it is nearly impossible to destroy them via the usual methods of cooking and soaking them. The only adequate way to get rid of soy lectins is by fermenting it.

Now, what lectins do, is they block the digestion of the food. They block the absorption of the protein as well as many of the other nutrients. So while soy makes the food product label look super nutritious, it also blocks the absorption of like half of those nutrients.

dc373c1c No.3631110

>>3630917
No plant based food is "high in protein". Soybeans are around 20% protein, while a whole chicken is about 60% protein.

The problem with vegetarian diets in general is that the average person needs a minimum of 10% protein intake to remain healthy. Growing children, people who exercise, and pregnant women need more. Getting 10% out of a foodstuff that contains only 20% protein means you need to eat half your calories in soybeans.

If you want an optimal diet with one third of the calories from fats and oils, one third from carbohydrates, and one third from protein, you simply can't because you'd have to eat 150% your daily calorie need in soybeans. This is one of the reasons people get obese: to compensate for low-protein foods that contain only carbs and fat, people automatically eat more.

dc373c1c No.3631111

In fact, if you feed soybeans to chicken, you get more protein out than eating the soybeans yourself.

You need 1.6 pounds of soy to grow 1 lbs of chicken, so you start with about 1/3 pounds of protein in the form of soy, and you end up with slightly less than 2/3rds of a pound of protein in the chicken. Feeding the soy to animals essentially doubles the proteins and makes them easier to digest to boot.

The carbs and fats that are lost in the process are not essential. They're mostly useful for energy, and we get too much energy as it is and become fat eating stuff that's nothing but wheat flour and butter.

93f4e413 No.3631114

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1f092178 No.3631116

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>>3631114
I prefer civet coffee

05b725e5 No.3631146

>>3631110
>while a whole chicken is about 60% protein.
Sorry, but no. It's 28.9%.
https://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/poultry-products/652/2

>the average person needs a minimum of 10% protein intake

10% of what?
>Getting 10% out of a foodstuff that contains only 20% protein means you need to eat half your calories in soybeans.
I'm pretty sure you failed math.

>>3631111
>You need 1.6 pounds of soy to grow 1 lbs of chicken
Problem is that chickens aren't entirely meat. 62% by this link
https://www.poultrytimes.com/poultry_today/article_7b9f3af2-187a-11e7-b6ab-231e0236046c.html

>Feeding the soy to animals essentially doubles the proteins

Here are the 'actual numbers from people who do it for a living.
A 6 lb chicken will get you (6x0.62x0.29) 1.08 lbs of protein from the meat with (10x0.22) 2.2 lbs of protein inputs.
https://www.purinamills.com/chicken-feed/education/detail/broiler-chicken-math-tips-for-raising-meat-birds-to-market-weight
A 49% efficiency, not bad, but certainly not the over unity voodoo you think it is.

hth

aca73c6d No.3631288

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I love this time of year. I've been spending a lot of my free time outside. Do you know what pic related is? It's a wild persimmon! Persimmons are one of my favorite fruits. Almost certainly not keto judging by their sweetness, but whatever. One or two a day probably isn't enough to knock me out of ketosis. Besides, they're only in season once a year.

Anyway, animals seem to love them too. Wild animal shit I see out hiking often has many of the flat seeds characteristic of wild persimmons. I spit the seeds out when eating these persimmons.

>>3621688
>Pigs are…highly intelligent
Maybe pigs are too intelligent to eat. If I ever give up pork completely, this will likely be the reason why. Not because of some dumb cleanliness argument. Kinda tangential, but there was this Jewish neighbor boy who came by while my cousin and I were fishing. He was asking what we were fishing for and just generally shooting the shit, when the topic came up of whether or not there were catfish in the pond we were fishing. He seemed grossed out and referred to catfish as n-word fish. It wasn't until now that I looked it up: apparently catfish are unkosher. I sorta suspected at the time. Haven't had catfish in a long time. I think all restaurants I've seen it served fry it. Some people say it has a muddy taste, but it really doesn't. It's moist and dense with a mild flavor similar to tilapia or flounder. It's also very nutrient dense with very high levels of B12 and selenium.

Anyway, here's a video I came across discussing the pork taboo.

https://youtu.be/Sew4rctKghY

>>3630917
I hear a lot of negatives regarding soy, especially from the keto community. But the research shows it's actually pretty neutral. However, fermented soy is widely regarded as healthy. This is because the fermentation process breaks down the antinutrients that inhibit absorption. Natto in particular is very rich in vitamin k2, probiotics, and nattokinase, which has blood thinning properties. I think you'd need to consume a ridiculous amount of soy to experience hormonal issues. Probably okay to eat in moderation, but animal protein has higher bioavailability along with nutrients not found in plant sources.

de71599a No.3631341

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1f092178 No.3631345

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>>3631341
>You will never have a cute yinglet servant/maid who is also secretly your boyfriend/husband

Why even life?

0bcfa749 No.3631581

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I'm hungry but not that kind of hungry… FOR TMS's Sammich! :9

8b483124 No.3631606

>>3631288
I've only ever fished in the ohio river, and catfish is the only thing you can catch… well maybe carp.

Jewish customs just weird me out.

149ea0b1 No.3631611

>>3631606
Anything that's a bottom-feeder, that eats garbage or shit or other detritus is unkosher.

76af397b No.3631613

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>>3631606
>>3631611
All religions dietary laws are retarded because religion is retarded

382dd6c9 No.3631626

>>3631613
Only rule of my cult is no veganism period its grounds from group dismissal. Also I am the grandmaster of said cult. The scholarly protectors of the immortal ways. Title is a work in progress.

4a0fe644 No.3631627

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>>3631581
Verily, I say unto you, whoso eateth my ass burgers, and cureth my social affliction, hath everlasting life, for he is truly the shepherd of the weak.

4a0fe644 No.3631629

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Anyway, how many of you stocked up on discount post-Halloween candy?

I've fallen so far down the keto rabbit hole, I view any sugar or milk mixed into chocolate as adulterants. I need my chocolate pure and uncut, just as God intended. Pic related is different varieties of pure chocolate I bought all at once to do side-by-side comparisons. Technically, the Lindt bar should disqualify, because it's not pure cacao (note the spelling difference). Instead, it uses Dutch processed cocoa. Dutch processing makes the cocoa less acidic, but it also destroys much of the antioxidants (what makes chocolate healthy). As a rule of thumb, it's healthier to consume minimally processed foods. But I gave it a try anyway.

Here's my analysis. The Lindt chocolate was pretty good. It lacked the sharpness of the other chocolates as was expected. In addition to its mellowness, it also had a bit of a mint flavor. But overall, it lacked a lot of the depth of flavor of the others, so it's my least favorite.

It think Ghirardelli is my third favorite. I think it was the hardest of the bars - a nice snap to it. Probably the most acidic tasting too. But not in a bad way; it's the kind of vibrant flavor you get from straight espresso sort of. Nice chocolaty flavor. I know that's not a very helpful description. But I think Ghirardelli was the first brand of dark chocolate I ever tried, so I just associate that flavor with chocolate. And this is just chocolate without the sugar.

As for my favorite, it's a toss up between the Guittard and the Simple Truth Organic. Simple Truth has a natural sweetness to it that was very surprising at first. So much so that I had to double check to make sure there was no sugar added. Very easy to eat. I recommend this to anyone who wants the gentlest introduction to pure chocolate. Guittard on the other hand has a nice fudginess to it as well as overall depth of flavor working for it. Full bodied but not too acidic. Just excellent quality chocolate.

I like how pure chocolate can have such varied taste profiles. There were none of these that I disliked - they're all pretty good. I didn't include Baker's brand in this side-by-side, but I've had it before. I think of these it tastes most similar to Ghirardelli. Maybe I'll get more varieties of chocolate in the future and do a more comprehensive breakdown.

c6d9b1a8 No.3631631

>>tms

Nobody does any of that, this is just more of your stupid retarded shit spewing.

8b483124 No.3631638

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>>3631629
i prefer at least 80% dark chocolate. Sugary stuff gives me a headache, but I make an exception for those snickers ice cream bars.

Plus absolutely nowhere gives discounts on dark chocolate after haloween.

4a0fe644 No.3631642

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>>3631631
O ye of little faith. Not nobody, just not normies. I have video evidence that at least one other person eats baking chocolate regularly: food blogger Matt from Keto Connect.

https://youtu.be/4QSG6NpwQ30?t=441
https://youtu.be/6kXXt4pOmf8?t=898

8b483124 No.3631649

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>>3631642
I haven't eaten baking chocolate in forever, but as a kid my mom could only pull off baking 2 things, pepperoni rolls (which are still fucking awesome), and chocolate chip cookies (which were ok). She always had those semi-sweet chocolate chips in the cupboard and me and my dad pretty much constantly snacked on them.

I used to be a big fan of coco-wheats too, it looks and feels like something you'd dredge out of a sewer, but for some reason I've always liked them. They have kind of the same flavor profile as semi-sweet chocolate if you don't add sugar, and I dont.

22d6bcc3 No.3631690

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What do you guys think about grass-fed/grass-finished vs grain-fed beef? Someone already mentioned there being a difference >>3630939. But the difference is noticeable in both looks and flavor. The Bearded Butchers (see following video) make the analogy of olive oil is to butter as grass-fed is to grain-fed as far as flavor. What do you think? Have any of you done a side-by-side comparison? Which is your preference? I guess the opposite of grass-fed/grass-finished beef is Wagyu beef, which is very expensive and prized for its high marbling. I've never tried Wagyu steak, but I usually want leaner cuts of meat. Is it worth the price?

https://youtu.be/yomerhQkpSc

>>3631629
>acidic
Probably not the best descriptor. I meant bitter. Sour is the flavor associated with acidity. There shouldn't be much of a sour flavor in chocolate or at all.

Also I remembered something about Baker's Chocolate: iirc it's kinda gritty. Just slightly, but the other brands not at all.

>>3631649
I've never tried that. I don't think I've ever seen it in stores either; or if I have, I never took notice. So it's basically cream of wheat with cocoa added. I used to enjoy cream of wheat in the colder months. Never thought to add cocoa. Chocolate probably would have made a nice addition to oatmeal when I ate that too. Oh well.

dd80909d No.3631726

>>3631690
>What do you guys think about grass-fed
Corn (Zea mays) is a grass.

0bcfa749 No.3631730

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0bcfa749 No.3631733

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all the running from lions and eating African wild grass gives it a sweet tint!

6520dff5 No.3631839

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>>3631726
That is correct. Corn is a cereal grain (like wheat, rice, oats, barley, rye), and all cereal grains are grasses. I doubt there would be much difference in the meat if cows being fed corn were just fed the leafy part or if the corn was the wild variety like in the last image of >>3618066. Cows are also fed soy, which is also a grain but not a grass. Soy is a legume. Corn on the cob is technically a fruit, like tomatoes, even though most people consider both as vegetables.

I didn't come up with these labels, and I'm no expert on this; so I don't know which specific types of grass make the best feed for cattle. Probably no one knows or there is no "best feed". Clover isn't a grass. It's a legume too, and I see nothing wrong with cows grazing it. Cows eating clover and alfalfa probably get lumped in with "grass-fed" even though technically it's untrue.

Hell, why worry about feeding them grain when they're feeding the cows goddamn candy? That's right, candy. They're using defective/expired candy as cattle fodder now. Cheap carbs that would otherwise go to waste. Is this a good idea?

>>3631730
Ngl, the zebra steak pictured in that article looks delicious.

47227c15 No.3631848

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eat the spore pudding

c6d9b1a8 No.3631851

>>Ngl, the zebra steak pictured in that article looks delicious.

IT'S HORSEMEAT.

Just buy horsemeat, it probably tastes the same and is a hell of a lot cheaper.
When you grill it, it even has stripes!

e88c012f No.3631853

>>3631851
It probably tastes more like donkey meat

8b483124 No.3631868

>>3631853
donkey meat tastes like ass

e88c012f No.3631869

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>>3631868
I love eating ass!

03ccd9ae No.3631880

Just eat wagu.

0a043a39 No.3631883

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>>3631840
Interesting. So moldy clover can make cows sick. It's the mold that converts the naturally present coumarin into dicoumarol, an anticoagulant. Fun fact: it was the discovery of dicoumarol from dead cows that led to the development of the anticoagulant drug warfarin.

>Dicoumarol was isolated by Karl Link's laboratory at University of Wisconsin, six years after a farmer had brought a dead cow and a milk can full of uncoagulated blood to an agricultural extension station of the university. The cow had died of internal bleeding after eating moldy sweet clover; an outbreak of such deaths had begun in the 1920s during The Great Depression as farmers could not afford to waste hay that had gone bad. Link's work led to the development of the rat poison warfarin and then to the anticoagulants still in clinical use today.


I've heard of coumarin before. There's significant concentrations of this chemical in cassia cinnamon, the most common form of cinnamon. It's present in Ceylon cinnamon too, but at much lower concentrations. Coumarin is moderately toxic to the liver and kidneys in humans. This is why Ceylon cinnamon is deemed healthier. Ceylon cinnamon also has superior flavor.

>>3631851
Yeah, the online vendors I found were asking around $200/lb for zebra steak. What a ripoff. Horse meat isn't sold in the US. And as someone who's ridden horses, I probably couldn't eat horse meat. Unless I knew the horse was a dick and trampled a child to death or something.

e88c012f No.3631884

>>3631883
All horses are stupid asshole animals that deserve death. At least meat and glue are the only good things horses can do for people.

eb87429d No.3631885

>>3631884
You can ease up, MLP is already dead

Besides, white chocolate masterrace

eb87429d No.3631887

[social isolation is magic]

9aad200e No.3631888

>>3631883
Cassia has 20x the levels as ceylon, but saigon has 20x the levels of cassia, and saigon is decent quality.

If only things were on a linear scale of cinnamon quality being inversely proportional to its toxicity.

dd80909d No.3631978

>>3631839
>why worry about feeding them grain when they're feeding the cows goddamn candy?
huh?
I could see giving it to hogs, they'll eat just about anything, but cattle? that seems like a bad idea.

dfc5664a No.3631987

>>3631690

Just to be clear, when I say grain-fed, I'm talking about corn.

Also, grass-fed to me means that the animal has spent its life outdoors in a pasture.

Meat from grass-fed animals has a gamier, umami taste.

Meat from grain-fed animals tends to lean on a sweeter side, so it's more palatable to the masses.

IMHO, grass-fed meat just needs a bit of salt and nothing else, maybe a dash of pepper.

Corn-fed meat OTHO is more versatile and can be used and misused as you please.

dfc5664a No.3631988

>>3631978

Because of the corn syrup present in the candy. Corn and corn syrup gives the meat a sweet taste. It's actually cheaper than the actual grain since the candy companies just want to get rid of the faulty/expired sweets.

f4b1a16f No.3631991

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>>3631885
>white chocolate masterrace
They really should come up with another name for white chocolate so as not to be confused with real chocolate. Maybe "sweetened candle wax". Just kidding. White chocolate is alright. It's good in white chocolate macadamia nut cookies and zero bars. I even liked those cookies and cream bars as a kid. But my tastes have changed since then. Now it's

dark chocolate > ruby chocolate > milk chocolate > white chocolate

>>3631978
>I could see giving it to hogs
Even then I'd say it's at least questionable. That's something I'd want to know before buying meat. But I guess if someone enjoys the final product, more power to them.

I guess what I'm getting at is what we feed livestock does make a difference in the meat. Not all pigs are fed slop. The most prized ham in the world is jamón ibérico de bellota. These pigs free-range oak forests along the border of Spain and Portugal, feeding on grass, herbs, acorns, chestnuts, and roots. Then around slaughtering time, they're fed only acorns. The higher quality of life/diet is reflected in the higher quality of the meat. Supposedly. I've never tried it.

>>3631987
I'd rather eat meat with flavor. If I wanted something fatty and bland, I'd eat a pat of butter.

>>3631988
It makes sense. The candy would otherwise go to waste in a landfill. I guess if the cows have no major issues eating refined sugar, it's better than wasting it. Though you'd think it could be better used for making ethanol for biofuel or something. Surely it's healthier to eat beef that's eaten candy than to eat the candy itself. Still, I'd want to know, and such meat should be sold at a discount.

dfc5664a No.3632071

>>3631991

Don't be fooled by the advertising of the Jamón Ibérico. The pigs roam the Dehesas -that's what the forest biome is called- but the ranchers ARE feeding them grains; the more strict farms feed them only split peas because that's the only legal type of "grain" available if they want the pigs to be certified by the EU as legit.

But we all know when the bureaucrats are not looking, the animals are being fed regular pig feed.

0bcfa749 No.3632072

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What would TMS the food inspector ferret do if this rat shows up in every restaurant that shuts them down?

7fa9d396 No.3632089

>>3632071


Same shit in the US. Worked for a pork processing plants once and they were selling 'premium' ultra-priced pork to Japan. Grown, slaughtered in America, and sold for $20/lb. It's supposed to be all-organic and free range and wonderful.
Nope. Inbred sardine-packed shitsows being fed corn pellets. Never been outside a pen in their lives.

USDA approves them everyday onsite. No fucks given.

0bcfa749 No.3632090

File: 1636471039307.png (2.05 MB, 2417x853, Helga_pinup_Grapes_eating_….png)

>>3632089
Organic grapes taste funny for some reason. I wonder why?

52b6157f No.3632091

>>3632090
if youre a dog they are pretty lethal lol

e88c012f No.3632100

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>>3632090
>>3632091
But Aesop's Fables told me foxes love grapes!

https://youtube.com/watch?v=knZNjZ9jHJ8

0bcfa749 No.3632117

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e88c012f No.3632119

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>>3632117
Blueberries are best berries

8e79aae4 No.3632126

File: 1636500097761.jpg (439.18 KB, 602x748, The-Fox-The-Grapes[1].jpg)

>>3632091
No, I actually looked this up. It's not the grapes in and of themselves, it's the chemicals that grapes usually get sprayed with. Feeding a dog properly washed grapes is ok, it's not chocolate or something.

And by the way, if something isn't good for a dog, then it's also not good for a fox.

>>3632100
I've seen foxes that have eaten grapes, peaches, seeds and all, corn, they will pretty much eat anything.

Also some foxes are actually good at climbing. Even trees. Like Felix from SaveAFox Rescue, who lives permanently in a treehouse:
https://youtu.be/VeZGmF-nN5M?t=152

0bcfa749 No.3632131

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>>3632126

What if foxes are smart enough to use objects to reach fruits?

8e79aae4 No.3632137

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>>3632131
Countryside foxes are about as smart as the smarter dog breeds. But studies show urban foxes got less intelligent, because their survival doesn't depend on being a skilled hunter anymore, they just find food.

Also foxes have the disadvantage of having 4 legs. And unlike birds, their snouts are not a precision tool.

They could probably do more if they had better bodies. Same problem as dolphins, they may be smart, but their bodies don't do them much good.

e88c012f No.3632138

>>3632137
Dolphins are fucking stupid and I'm sick of dolphin fetishists saying otherwise.

They have big brains but size alone doesn't mean shit. Corvids are smart as fuck and otters are far more intelligent than dolphins.

0bcfa749 No.3632142

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>>3632137
What if they learn to co-op with other species like humans to feed them, just like wolves for thousands of years ago?

0bcfa749 No.3632144

File: 1636506598044.jpg (142.15 KB, 1200x800, 5e77aeed2cd9e.image.jpg)

>>3632142
Replace the Pidgeon rat, with a corvid.

0bcfa749 No.3632145

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Hmm, it is possible for some animals to use buttons as a calculator to activate some places, open doors having machines to pamper them and feed them.

8e79aae4 No.3632147

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>>3632142
Well you can get a pet fox in most countries or if your state allows it and teach it to do stuff.

In the US you may need a special permit, of course if you live in the middle of nowhere you can just ignore the law. Though there has been one pet fox (Vader The Fox) in an urban area ending up euthanized against the owner's will because of legal bullshit so be careful.

Foxes need an enclosure, preferably outside, sturdy fences with reinforced bases (they can dig under them), they need stuff to mess around with. Either let them dig in your garden or let them mess with a hay bale. They don't go well along with carpets and furniture in general and you can't get them to not piss on things. They can sometimes get along with cats and dogs, depends.

A GPS collar is a good idea. And yes, you can take them for walks.

Pet foxes can be trained, they can do do tricks (look at SaveAFox, Mikayla's foxes do all kinds of tricks).

Don't go for those super expensive "domesticated" Russian foxes, they're not much different than a regular fox. While I absolutely hate fur farmers, they are probably a good place to adopt a fox from, especially if its fur is unusable for some reason.

Or you can get them from SaveAFox as long as you have a vet in your area that can handle foxes and it's fully legal.

If you get a fox, you're stuck with it for a decade or so. You can't just drop it off at some shelter, they won't have them or they'll kill them. You need to keep that in mind.

It's legal where I live, and I even saw one for sale locally, like only a couple hundred bucks, but I didn't like the color and it's a bit of a big investment in terms of all the other stuff.

fd738ce8 No.3632148

>>3632144
I think that's already the world today "cough-covid-Cough"

0bcfa749 No.3632177

>>3632142
dem skyrats

0bcfa749 No.3632178

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693fcf69 No.3635745


693fcf69 No.3635746

File: 1638598283651.jpg (114.15 KB, 900x585, lunch-1-900x585.jpg)

>>3635745
Taste more flavor able than the school's cafeteria food

3b9a44da No.3637132

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Thirsty :)

3b9a44da No.3637290

File: 1639362421995.jpg (303.88 KB, 1080x1350, dRRo5oM.jpg)

https://imgur.com/gallery/E7Y1Jqe
Smokin’ Gun
Beef Patty, Double Cheese (Red Leicester & Swiss), Bacon, Bourbon BBQ Sauce, Smokey Gravy Mayo & Crispy Onions. From Filthy Buns In London, UK

52bc8d28 No.3640846

File: 1641513493703.jpg (3.27 MB, 4032x3024, 20211231_123041.jpg)

Here's a keto dark chocolate cheesecake I made. I cut a more photogenic slice this morning but was too lazy to take a pic.

>>3632072
She would deftly rectify the situation as only an experienced mustelid can. I'll let your imagination fill in the details.

>>3632100
>image
But those are plums, not grapes.

>>3632117
Those are some large blueberries. Did you know the small wild ones have the most antioxidants? I've only ever found them frozen though.

>>3632119
I'd say blueberries and raspberries are tied for first place. I really like raspberries. Ever tried kiwi berries? They look like tiny kiwifruits. Taste similar too, but sweeter.

>>3635746
Prison food. Gross.

52bc8d28 No.3640849

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>>3637132
Speaking of drinks, here's something funny. There's this tea I like that's good for sore throats. Pic related. They rebranded it to make it more pc I guess.

52bc8d28 No.3640851

File: 1641518257015.jpg (319.6 KB, 1200x705, BS_3D_lg_1200x1200.jpg)

I've been drinking a lot of this lately. It's really good.

52bc8d28 No.3640852

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I think my omelette making skills are improving.

52bc8d28 No.3640855

File: 1641519027101-0.jpg (3.27 MB, 4032x3024, 20211217_131055.jpg)

This may not look that good, but it was fucking delicious. Soft scrambled eggs mixed with shiitake mushrooms sauteed in garlic with a side of epoisse.

52bc8d28 No.3640856

File: 1641519392431-0.jpg (3.59 MB, 4032x3024, 20211110_111521.jpg)

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Baked chicken breast with poultry seasoning and fresh made guacamole. I make this regularly. If I have cilantro, I'll mix a bunch into the guacamole and add a squeeze of lime.

52bc8d28 No.3640859

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>>3640855
*Époisses

07777e92 No.3640861

>>3640856
Aren't lime and cilantro pretty much a necessity for guacamole? It just wouldn't be the same without it.

52bc8d28 No.3640865

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>>3640861
Probably. It's much better that way for sure. But sometimes I don't have all the ingredients, so sue me. My lazy way is to just mash an avocado up in a ramekin with a fork and mix in a little avocado oil mayo. Fresh chopped onions and jalapenos are also welcomed additions. Not a fan of tomatoes in guacamole.

8c07c6cf No.3640880

File: 1641547863689-0.jpg (85.42 KB, 760x580, 17212-creamy-corn-clam-cho….jpg)

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have some chowder during winter season… ugh…

8c07c6cf No.3642231

File: 1642149536659.png (1.05 MB, 576x768, 506.png)

Taste a bit off, but it hit the spot.

1b59c404 No.3642246

File: 1642170732192.gif (6.48 MB, 600x322, 60millidollaman.gif)

>>3605805
What happens after you eat?

1b59c404 No.3642247

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e0dc899e No.3642274

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>>3642231

Denver?! What have they done to you?
Ahwell. Better than a Netflix adaptation.

1b59c404 No.3642302

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>>3642283
>4 hours of workout

bd57fbdd No.3642340

>>3642271

Watched it recently. An absolutely horrible shitshow.

A few easter-eggs to other movies : Pulp Fiction & other. Some funny slapstick moments and most dialogue makes no sense.

c6acb9bd No.3642746

File: 1642695500236.png (2.86 MB, 2000x1000, pineapple-raw_with_watercr….png)

If you ever eat Pineapple or garlic watercress alone on an empty stomach before lunch and dinner when you go to sleep and woke up in the morning you suddenly feel pain as you stand up, it would fuck your intestines its a painful experience. The moral to the story NEVER eat pineapple on an empty stomach. Some doctors advise against eating pineapples if you have acid reflux. This is because pineapples are highly acidic.

52bc8d28 No.3642763

File: 1642713308714.jpg (4.06 MB, 4032x3024, 20220117_135100.jpg)

I made some legit guacamole on Monday. Pic related. I used avocado ofc, diced red onion, diced jalapeno, chopped cilantro, fresh squeezed lime juice, garlic powder, fresh ground black pepper, and salt. I scooped some on top of a burger, and it was scrumptious.

>>3642746
Idk about watercress. But pineapple contains the enzyme bromelain, which is a meat tenderizer. I suspect this is the culprit of your abdominal pain. Similar meat tenderizing enzymes are found in papaya (papain) and unripe figs (ficain).

52bc8d28 No.3642764

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f1e5bb93 No.3647318

File: 1645012864833.jpeg (197.16 KB, 1440x1440, xiVQSwT.jpeg)

Devine Bovine Burger

Flattop Seared Beef Patty, Brie & Parmesan Cheese, Horseradish Aioli, Red Wine Jus, Herb-roasted Mushrooms, Kosher Dills, Shredded Lettuce, Chives

From The Wren In New York, NY

Previous Day 262: https://imgur.com/gallery/ugM4VpG

MESSAGE ME BURGER PICS OR YOUR FAVORITE BURGER SPOTS!

Map of all burger spots that are available on yelp! Big thanks to @OhBoyDoIHaveNews4U for this.
Link to his post and map https://imgur.com/gallery/vcObDuD

d96f24a8 No.3647331

>>3642746

Not just acidic, but bromeliads like the pineapple contain bromine compounds that act as enzymes to break down lignin, literally dissolving meat.

Hence why it's used to sweeten and tenderize pork. Eating raw pineapple on an empty stomach literally eats the lining of your stomach, which is already happening if you have acid reflux (the area around and above the esophogeal sphincter is what you feel hurting most times), this can be extra bad and risks an acute ulcer.
If you already have chronic ulcers, you probably won't eat pineapples twice.

f1e5bb93 No.3647381

File: 1645050113644.jpg (1.87 MB, 2262x2116, 80dollarcowteakrequest.jpg)

Browsing through furaffinity finds a drawing of a cow that cost 80 dollars as a steak on a plate at a restaurant. I lost my sanity!

52bc8d28 No.3647641

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>>3647331
>lignin
You're thinking of collagen. Lignin is what gives wood its rigidity.

Anyway yeah, protease enzymes in pineapple and some other fruits are the reason jell-o won't set up if you add them in. Unless you use something like canned pineapple for instance, because the heat from canning denatures the enzyme. In my previous post, I neglected to list actinidain, which is a protease in fresh kiwifruit and mango.>>3647331

067eadfa No.3647643

>>3647641
Guava is tasty though.

52bc8d28 No.3647654

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>>3647643
Agreed. It's also relatively low net-carb for a fruit and very high in vitamin C. The large, white-flesh variety were my favorite before I started a low-carb diet. The small, lemon guavas were a close second. I bought both when I went to the farmers market, so it was really a tie. I'd eat the lemon guavas and wait for the large, green-skin guavas to fully ripen, because the lemon guavas ripened fast. But the pink-flesh varieties I tried lacked flavor, so I usually didn't get those.

Anyway, the tastiness of guava is beside the point. The point is, if you try to make jell-o with fresh guava, the jell-o won't solidify.

52bc8d28 No.3647655

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>>3647318
That burger looks amazing, and the description sounds pretty epic.

067eadfa No.3647659

>>3647654
But who the fuck wants jello lol. That's old people snacks or for kids.

b67ae4e2 No.3647880

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b67ae4e2 No.3647881

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>>3647381
This beef is raw!

b67ae4e2 No.3647882

File: 1645316818411.jpg (86.02 KB, 850x888, Ychan - r - foods please -….jpg)

the chart of bleh!

673bd6d7 No.3648537

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1613351a No.3648557

>>3648537
Also otherwise known as butterfly chicken because the chicken is more splayed out than your average sold one.

673bd6d7 No.3648560

File: 1645624248885-0.jpg (75.29 KB, 480x640, a8jOAB3_700b.jpg)

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The chicken is raw!

cf664159 No.3649655

File: 1646402641932-0.jpg (539.34 KB, 640x960, 8262512757_5bbe128dc3_o.jpg)

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some cooked bugs taste like shrimp and potatoes.

52bc8d28 No.3649761

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>>3647659
Not entirely. There's jello shots, which is jello with liquor in it. Very popular with college students, especially during Spring Break.

52bc8d28 No.3649763

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>>3648537
Spatchcocking works. Not just for chickens either. Comes in handy when cooking Thanksgiving turkeys too.

>>3648560
>featherless biped

>>3649655
Nothing wrong with eating bugs. Shrimp, lobster, crab, escargot - all bugs basically. That looks pretty good btw.

Though I lack much personal experience with this, bugs apparently have a wide range of flavor profiles.

https://www.eatcrickster.com/blog/ultimate-tasting-guide

52bc8d28 No.3649764

File: 1646455392204-0.png (785.84 KB, 864x1070, 1645142178.nicnak044_6_wm.png)

How do you take your coffee?

60bb3e95 No.3649774

>>3648560
BEHOLD!!

f79cbf1b No.3649788

File: 1646476120572.png (676.18 KB, 1370x594, favoritefoods.png)


085aa196 No.3649864

File: 1646558336646.jpg (53.15 KB, 600x247, ordering fast food.jpg)

>>3605805
> What kinda food you eat?
Lots of fast food from a drive through.
> Do you have a favorite?
In-N-Out cheeseburger and fries!

cf664159 No.3650383

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cf664159 No.3650467

File: 1647161572954-0.jpg (143.91 KB, 1200x1200, bacon-jerky.jpg)

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6ca89dd0 No.3650468

>>3650467
Jerky is great specially if you need a nice meaty snack on the go.

60bb3e95 No.3651327

>>3650468
given up on the McD's dumpster spot?

ac84cb4f No.3651653

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cd45758e No.3653547

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5eb726cd No.3654245

File: 1650287093660.jpg (34.33 KB, 600x315, rabbit-stew.jpg)

is rabbit stew for Easter a good idea?

5eb726cd No.3654283

File: 1650324987677.png (688.04 KB, 848x1200, 2848292.png)

Green Eggs and Ham

5eb726cd No.3654284

File: 1650325563771.png (868.44 KB, 848x1200, eastergrubs.png)


61f48504 No.3654298

File: 1650330515754-0.jpg (61.13 KB, 600x800, produce.jpg)

File: 1650330515754-1.jpeg (271.13 KB, 1400x932, realbooru690671.jpeg)

So what kind of vegetables do you like? I can't get enough cauliflower. I steam cauliflower every time I make brown rice. Asparagus is another favorite, topped with mayonnaise.

e05f0c9f No.3654342

File: 1650403496065.jpg (98.67 KB, 1170x1114, FKr0mwjXEAghr-B.jpg)

there's a disturbing lack of dessert items in this thread.

let's start with some S-tier

52bc8d28 No.3654441

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>>3651653
That's me when I get ahold of a rotisserie chicken.

>>3653547
If that bread were any denser, it would collapse to form a white dwarf.

>>3654245
It fits the theme I suppose. I had lamb for Easter this year. Eggs are an eggcellent choice too, as always.

>>3654298
Asparagus is top tier produce. Some people have an enzyme that causes them to have smelly pee after they eat asparagus; others don't. Some have a gene that allows them to perceive the smelly compounds (metabolites of aspargusic acid) in asparagus pee; others don't. I can both produce smelly asparagus pee and smell it. Smells funky in a good way.

Pics are asparagus,

roasted poblano peppers with umami seasoning (I use this seasoning on damn near everything.)

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sauteed spinach, tomatoes, mushrooms, with garlic and curry powder

pretty much the same except broccoli instead of spinach and no mushrooms

I make curries like this often. Protip: the curcumin in turmeric is better absorbed if mixed with black pepper. The curry powder I use has both turmeric and black pepper in it already, but I add a little extra turmeric. I also grind some black pepper on to finish the dish.

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Here's some pics from the process of me making baba ganoush.

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And here's the final product. I used roasted eggplant, tahini, fresh squeezed lemon juice, pressed garlic, salt, za'atar, ground cumin, smoked paprica, fresh parsley, finished with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil (koroneiki).

263bb8ce No.3654445

Made this the other day
A browned butter honey glazed ham
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dldh5TsL7M4

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0cd59c7a No.3655922

>>3655918
This is actually total b.s. that whole list is made by and for vegans not for actual health if it was made for health it would have meats on the list to promote a proper healthy lifestyle which guess what was made up of mostly meat and lots of protein. The other foods actually came much later when meat was hard to come by due to mass migrations or just overhunting we as a species were not designed to ingest anything other than meats but we damned well try to push all these other fake foods instead of what really matters. Remember the world has been lying to you about politics n shit whats to say that this also isnt one of those lies that veggies are supposed to be good for you but with the antinutrients present good luck actually getting any of the bitamins and minerals you need hence the underweight vegans out there veggies block the absorption of nutrients in the body through anti nutrients basically making all veggies filler and born ing more at least bread may contain some nutrients same with other foods not meat related. Also salt is very good for you go nuts on that same with oils made from animal fats is very good for you when used to cook foods. Vegans are just another form of hippie that can't stand to see any life extinguished because muh moral b.s..

52bc8d28 No.3655936

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Happy Cinco De Mayo! You have a favorite Mexican dish? What about a favorite hot sauce? All the sauces I posted are great. Especially Gringo Bandito and De La Viuda Green Pepper. Gringo has a bit of a smoky flavor and is a bit milder. It's a good daily driver. De La Viuda is great on chicken, though a bit on the watery side. Tapatio brings the heat. Use it if you want to feel the burn. Cholula is probably the mildest of the ones I posted. But it's packed with flavor. The Red Clay is like a spicier, less flavorful version of De La Viuda.

I've tried a few others that I might review in the future.

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>>3655936
Oh, and the Fresno chile sauce is great on eggs. It's made with paprika.

These are some more of my faves. The Fat Cat is mild just like it says but with a nice depth of flavor. Nando's has a great chunky consistency, and it's pretty spicy. It's great on chicken too. The habanero sauce is hands-down the hottest of all the sauces I've posted. Good in moderation. Habaneros actually have a bright fruity flavor if you can get past the heat.

e49d04d3 No.3655945

>>3655936
I typically go with Tapatio for "Mexican" hot sauce because I'm poor and don't have much of a sense of taste

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>>3655945

I highly recommend Valentina hot sauce. Its cheaper than Tapatio. Less than $2 a bottle.

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72f9e224 No.3659336

>>3659327
not going to lie, I love black seedless grapes, and if those taste like normal black grapes, I bet they're amazing… ;/ or full of seeds and gross.

e67311b2 No.3659352

>>3659327
Bunches of penises

f456d02d No.3659368

>>3659352

Totally asking for a friend….How many do you think the average Furry can fit up his bum-bum ?

1b084db0 No.3659386

>>3659368

Furry ass wine. Coming to a convention center near you.

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How it's made?

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>>3659368
the human colon is on average 6ft long, so find out how long those things are and divide.

It also depends on the height of the individual and whether they know how to do a deep enema. Personally, I've been able to take a full xl bad dragon horse dildo no prob.

So I'd estimate, about a few.

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Carnivore eats grapes with a whole bowl of fruit *pukes* at the toilet.

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