I had a chicken sandwich from McDonald's. It was nasty.
I made a shit ton of hamburger helper, but with 3x the meat, and a few cans of mixed vegetables. I've been eating it for days, and I can't complain. Better than frozen dinners.
Yeah they changed it from a slab of mediocre chicken breast, into 2 patties that were practically made of the same pasted together scraps that the nuggets are made from.
All fast food is overpriced garbage though. Mmm, delicious trash.
Had a chicken sandwich from Circle K and it actually had some flavor. I think that's because they don't do the 'all flavorless white meat' thing and they give you the whole-chicken experience.
Impossible meat is all plant based. No bugs and it's really good. Better tasting than regular meat. If you have a chance to try it give it a shot.
Once it becomes more available I'm switching over full time. It's hard to keep it in stock right now.
Twitter bros who make their entire personality about bacon and buying beard oil from gay lumberjacks being all like "U WON'T MAKE ME EAT THE BUGS NOOOOOO!!!"
And then scarf down, lobster, crab legs, shrimp, oysters, and clams.
I never understand the appeal of bacon. Its so unsatisfying. Like pork rinds.
Baked Royale. Worthy of the new Taco Bell Cathulian menu.
I never care for baked beans. Refried though from a can is good.
Cooked blacked beans are always great. Split pea soup is too.
I'm from west virginia, we add bacon fat to everything, and 9/10 it makes everything better.
I also experimented with using sparkling water to tenderize a steak and it worked great.
I put the streaks in a glass casserole dish, covered them in the water and left them in the fridge for two hours. You only need
1 hour but I was busy. Then I took them out, rinsed, spiced with salt, pepper and garlic then grilled it with a butter glaze.
Fucking delicious! The sparkling water made it so much more tender. I'm using that from now on. It's cheaper and easier than using pineapple.
you're so gay it wrecks cars.
I never get cereal anymore. I end up eating the whole box in a day.
Eat some and get a sugar spike, stop eating and some time passes. Grab more to get a spike again. Repeat until the whole box is gone.
Specially bad with yummy cereals with nuts and fruits.
Why are his eyes X'd out?
Is he choking to death?
Chicken Schnitzels cooked in butter and boiled vegetables… that's it I guess. Quick, bland, but with nutrients and stuff.>>3670748>McRib
You enjoy getting your soul poisoned, so I guess poisoning your body with that chinese chemical crap makes sense.
First time I ate it was when it first came out here in Ausjailia, and it caused oozing itching blotches all over my fur for 8 months. The human equivalent would be severe acne. That crap is toxic.>>3670749
His pancreas is dying - GM ingredients and sugar/fructose/syrups, plus chinese synthetic colours and flavourings.
I see signs this is a 'farewell tour' … I guess they're threatening to never bring it back again – but they probably will in a couple years. >>3670749
If I saw this as a kid I had completely forgotten about it. I know some furries brew up boners over it because 'werewolf'.
The first year they brought it back recently (about 4 or 5 years ago) I tried it and it was kinda terrible – same with the other 'monster' cereals. Either they changed the formula or it was always terrible and I never realized it as a kid.
This is kinda a random thing that I adopted eating hospital food. I kinda like mixing vanilla greek yogurt with either canned pineapple bits, or semi fork mushed blueberries or raspberries.
Its a decent snack, and its gut healthy.
That is a healthy snack, especially if you use sugar free yogurt. I usually get the Fage fat free Greek yogurt. It's got good specs and tastes pretty good too. Of course whole milk Greek yogurt tastes better, but I don't always want the extra calories. Sometimes what I'll do is mix in some olive oil. Pretty healthy because you're mixing a decent protein and probiotic source with a healthy monounsaturated fat with the additional benefits of the polyphenols from the olives. Sounds weird, but it's actually delicious.>>3685618
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I'm cheap when it comes to food, so I use Great Value vanilla honey whole milk greek yogurt. I pre-portion all my meals for the week on sundays, my little fruity yogurt thing is as close to a desert as I get. I tend to use fresh raspberries, but for things like blueberries or pineapple, I prefer thawed out frozen stuff, since the cellular breakdown due to freezing/canning makes it mix with the yogurt easier.
I lost my ability to smell, so taste is kinda limited regardless, and I don't have much of a sweet tooth, so I don't really need to count every calorie. My inbetween snacks are like nuts and broccoli/cauliflower with ranch, or occasionally those tiny cheese wheels.
I don't understand how people can drink soda, it just feels syrupy and gross to me, but I've heard a lot of people say that after they cut it out of their diets long enough. Then again I'm one to judge, I drink straight vodka like water, and thats like liquid death to most people. The lack of smell made me really sensitive to the "mouth feel" of things.
Also I hate strawberries, don't know why but those things creep me out.
Goes on hunger strike, eats water melon end's up getting stomach ache for 1 day later and release the demon down the drain.
Never eat frozen watermelon that's been in the freezer for 2 weeks.
But, if you eat too much watermelon, it can cause bloating, gas, flatulence, diarrhea, and other such stomach troubles. This is majorly due to the presence of sorbitol, which is a sugar compound, and lycopene, which gives the fruit its bright red color. Both substances promote gas problems and loose stools.
sorbitol huh? Ain't that what is in some chewing gums for teeth health.
The Road sign works. I am now thinking of thick cocks crammed into my asshole.
Smoked turkey legs. So delicious. But they take patience to eat because of all the ligaments - the antithesis of fast food. And you have to wait til you're done eating to wash the grease off your hands, so you can go back to touching things without making a mess.
Totally worth it though.>>3687266
That looks pretty damn good.
bone butter > milk butter
bone butter > milk butter
Actually iirc, I left those in the oven too long when I was reheating them. A touch on the dry side. These in pic related were much better. Protip: reheat in the microwave at low power (20% for 10-15 min worked for me), and then crisp up the skin under the broiler for about 5 min.>>3687771
Ikr, but none of the stores around here sell hyena butter. Guess I'll have to go straight to the source. >>3687924
"The sherbert icing is nice tasting…"
You're one of those people who says "sherbert" instead of sherbet, aren't you?
Sherbet flavored icing does sound good, though.
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