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 No.400[Reply]

I see there's a lunch thread and a breakfast thread, but what about your evening meals?
what do you eat? how late is too late?
and let' see what /kitchen/ can whip

pic related is what i made tonight

top
>thin-cut pork
>fried in sesame oil
>salt + 'steak spice mix'

bottom
>boil small amount of water to make 1 cup of couscous
>don't wanna have just that - add frozen peas
>go further and add 3 stalks of asparagus
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 No.401

on tonights menu was:
>baked chicken breast
>roast potatoes, pumpkin, and carrots
>a simple salad of lettuce, beetroot, and feta

no photo because the food is long gone

 No.506

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How come the dinner thread is so unpopular?

I like to eat warm food in the evening. Soup with some bread is great and doesn't stress my digestive system at bedtime.

>how late is too late?

Having a meal past nine is usually not a good idea, while dining before six o'clock makes me hunt for snacks later in the evening. When I had late shift, I used to eat out, because preparing food takes another hour, leaving me with dinner past 10.

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 No.254[Reply]

What do you guys eat for breakfast?

i usually eat fried eggs, coffee with milk and sometimes i buy something to eat at uni
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 No.499

>>254
either oatmeal, grits, sometimes I cook something different like bratwurst. I also really like plain greek yogurt

 No.500

>>499
I bought oats ages ago with the intent of having porridge for breakfast, but never got around to it due to my sleep schedule. When I wake up, it is already time to think about dinner…

 No.501

>>500
I did it. Added cinnamon and honey for flavour.

 No.504

kippers and eggs are one of my personal favourites, but I don't have it very regularly. I usually make scrambled eggs on toast with my secret ingredients
>2 eggs
>salt and pepper
>butter
>dash of hot sauce
>dash of worcestershire sauce
>a lot of cheddar cheese

>crumpets instead of regular toast

>butter and vegimite/ marmite

All that cheese probably isn't the healthiest but it tastes very good.

 No.505

>>477
vegan yogurt is based because they usually put in a whole bunch of random vitamins and minerals to make it worth your while uwu



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 No.1[Reply]

Obligatory sushi thread time.
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 No.494

>>490
>which beer did you have?
either kirin ichiban or sapporo, I forget since I've gotten sushi quite a few times lately
>If it was the first time you had it
I've had sushi so much I've lost count
>did you like it?
of course!

 No.495

>>494
>sapporo
good taste uwu

 No.496

>>492
rice cookers are as low as $10. expensive ones are expensive, the target off brand one is cheap. Both make white rice nearly perfectly.

 No.502

Sushi in Japan is great.
Will probably get some more soon, although I don't want to spend too much money on food.

 No.503

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The only sushi bar near me just got a Sushi Proficiency Certificate from Hirotoshi Ogawa. I won't be able to check if it means anything because I am mad broke.
If you are willing to pay € for my dinner, find me on Gaia Online.



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 No.2[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Lets have a tea thread! What are you guys drinking, whats you're favorite kind of tea?
Here is a nice cup of green tea.
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 No.481

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Recently ran in to this stuff while doing some diet shopping. I hadn't heard of it prior, but bought some since I was on an experimentation kick anyway.

Later found out it was tea based. I usually don't drink tea, but this stuff is changing me mind.

 No.482

>>481
Weird. Do the patterns on the bottle start to move around when you drink it?

 No.483

>>482
Nope, they do look quite nice up front, especially since the bottle are glass.
Only big thing I noticed when I started drinking it is that I've been feeling more energetic than before, which is good since I have a night job.

 No.484

I've been really into mint tea all summer, and I've stocked up on comfy warm chai for the coming winter.

Multiple people have recommended genmaicha, so I'm going downtown tomorrow to get a good pack.

 No.485

>>481
The green one is my favorite. Just don't spill any of it on your pants. I dunno what it is about algae but it's hard to get out.



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 No.454[Reply]

I made noodles :)
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 No.456

>>455
When I first started living alone it took me a while to figure this shit out. It's remarkably easy (and rewarding) to spruce up an okay dinner into a tasty dinner with just a teensie bit of creativity. Don't ever undervalue the effect of good food on your overall wellbeing

 No.457

>>456
yeah, im makin shin ramyun tomorrow and plan to add fried minced meat, green onion and egg

 No.458

Good job sushi! I really think that for people out on there own, picking up a couple of spices can improve quality of life imensely. Especially of your on a budget. Eating the exact same thing every day is fine if it's your favorite, but if it's just the cheapest thing You could put together it gets boring really quick. Here are some of my favorites:

-Salt (though ramen really doesn't need any more sodium, it's good for other stuff)
-black pepper
-crushed red pepper or chili flakes/powder
-onion powder
-garlic powder
-basil
-cinnamon and nutmeg (not so sure about on ramen, though I've never tried)

Spice is a really great way to get a lot of flavor out of a bland dish. And eating boring food is really bad for your sanity, especially frequently.

 No.459

>>458
>Spice is a really great way to get a lot of flavor out of a bland dish. And eating boring food is really bad for your sanity, especially frequently.

Guess that explains why the spice trade was such a huge thing which built empires historically. I never really understood why something so useless was so valuable but I suppose it makes sense.

 No.460

>>455
>>458

Thanks sushis



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 No.451[Reply]

Just got some MSG, what should I put on it? Also, is it really that dangerous?

 No.452

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It's just glorified salt. Use a pinch of it in savory dishes like stir fry to make them more savory. It's not good for those with high blood pressure (hypertension), but neither is normal salt. People that think MSG is toxic forget the basis of toxicology itself is that _anything_ at the right dose to the right person is poison. Young kids can get an allergic reaction from it (hives; swelling lips), but that can be fixed with crushed diphenhydramine in a carbonated beverage. The CO2 causes quicker absorption of the antihistamine in the stomach alleviating symptoms faster.

[protip] Carbonation can get you drunker faster harder stronger with this same technique. Use such advice with caution, 007.[/protip]

 No.453

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>what should I put it on?
Hearty food benefits the most from it. I add MSG to fried rice, noodle soup and vegetable based hot meals, basically anything of asian cuisine.

>is it that bad?

Every pure chemical is able to damage the body, take sodium chloride or sodium bicarbonate for comparison. However I once asked a chemist about that and he told me it is slightly more toxic than purified water.

MSG is in some natural sources too, like meat or seaweed, hence their savoriness.



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 No.17[Reply]

Anyone else into soup? Recipe's, thoughts, or techniques?
I've been making lots of sweet potato soups recently. It's pretty cheap, and super tasty. Cutting up the veggies takes a while, but I can make enough at a time to last me a couple days in the fridge. My recipe varies, but usually includes about 2 tbsp olive oil, a couple cups water, a teaspoon salt, and 3 or 4 sweet potatos.
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 No.365

I've always wanted to try avgolemono properly. My mother made it for me a few times when I was younger but every time she did it would make me sick. And since then I've been told that the way she made it isn't the correct way, but I've been too scared to retry it. Any good recipes?

On another note, sweet potato soup seems really nice right now as it's rainy and cold now, I might make some today !!

 No.369

Sushis, I have good words to share. Baby goose soup is the greatest food to exist without exception. Uncomparably tasty.

Also some recipe.
It might not be well known in this modern society but if you butcher an animal and put almost all of it in a pot to stew for an hour or so then it will be significantly more delicious than the most choice ingredients that you might think to use.
This might be easier with small animals so maybe find a local chicken farmer and buy a whole chicken to give it a test.
Add some salt, a dash of pepper, and maybe some filler like rice or noddles and you have a real hearty soup.

 No.370

>>363
I haven't had meatballs in a while, i think i'll have to make some soon. Never had that zucchini dish though, sounds good!
>>365
I haven't looked at my recipe or made it in a while but the key to it is to add the broth to the eggs mix pretty slowly to get it up to temperature, she may have heated it up too fast, the goal is a more emulsified situation.

 No.371

>>369
There is no other way to cook soup, tbh. Using just some part, like breasts only, makes your soup too bland.
I love my soup with bellpepper, laurel leaf and a dash of dill and I recommend it every sushiroll out there.

 No.435

My mom used to crack an egg on my bowl of soup just as soon as she served it, so the very high temperature would cook the egg and I would have wonderful strands of deliciousness in my vegetable soup.

I also like oatmeal, the instant kind. It works well if you want your soup to be more filling but don't want to add noodles or rice.



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 No.340[Reply]

lads, I just had sushi for the first time and it was disgusting

A-am I still allowed here?
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>>355
I love how this thread turned into a chopsticks masterclass.
u guise r qt

 No.357

I still suck at chopsticks, but it was a bit easier this time. I think my main issue is I was having a rice dish so everything (bar the larger pieces of chicken) was pretty small and hard to pick up. I'll keep working on it though, and maybe invest in some non-lacquered sticks so they don't slip and slide everywhere.

 No.410

speaking of chopsticks, any clue where to find good ones?

 No.413

I think raw fish is disgusting. You should try cucumber, avocado, tofu or egg. Also don't get it from the supermarket, get it fresh from a sushi restaurant. The prepackaged stuff from supermarkets has been sitting around for ages and that's now how it's supposed to be eaten.

 No.433

I personally find raw fish absolutely delicious, but the vegetarian varieties of sushi are also great. Loving the crunchyness of cucumber mixed with the rice.

Don't sweat it with the hashi. You'll get there. Meanwhile you can also eat with your hands, which is what I do sometimes. If you bought take away and are sitting at home by yourself, you can do that.



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 No.382[Reply]

Do you like experimenting with food?
What are your best creations?
What were your worst creations?
Ever got something totally unexpected?
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 No.407

>>406
I've kinda been putting it off. Figured if I didn't notice any symptoms I might as well be fine. But lately I've been suspecting that the symptoms make the symptoms unnoticeable to myself. So maybe I'll check myself in to the doctor soon. It would explain some things.

Thanks for the support sushiroll.

 No.408

>>407
Essentially it has felt like I was trembling under the pressure of something pushing down on me that's been growing in strength, my body falters and my shape contorts. I have no real knowledge of what I actually look like. But I have gained some relief in taking only cold showers, and to stop using shower soap. I simply rinse off in cold water, and it feels refreshing as I don't know what. Gets the blood pumping good, and shakes all the fears off your back. You can stand proud, after proving your will stronger than the temperature of the water.

Before I stopped using body wash I was very frail, I was sick at least once every other month, feeling just sapped of all my thunder, snot would drip continuesly for months, once had a cough that held so long I would start coughing blood in my phlegm. I suffered from horrible suffering tremors in my legs, RLS it is called and should never be looked down upon.
I was suffering every night and I just didn't have the energy to go anywhere, I didn't have the energy to give away to anything but the bare essentials.
In a position without choice but to wake up at 05 every morning and make porridge for myself and travel to school. On the funky smelling curious buses, that always dangled across the road so cozily.

I only ever had the energy to deal with one person at a time. If it's not personal enough to need the saying of it alone, it needs not be said.

This didn't leave me with a very good grip on handling groups of friends.

Shit, this was all before the lead though. The lead just left me feeling heavy. That's why I thought of heavy metals, and hence the lead I accidently ate.

Also guys, I believe that there could be quite an amount of schizoids on this site, it's a real thing and it can be used very efficiently.
(It's not the same thing as schizophrenia, look it up. Schizoids are a kind of people too. I am one)
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 No.428

Today I felt extremely lazy and bought a packet of peanuts (salted) and marshmallows for supper. I found that you can push a peanut or two into each marshmallow and make a salty, sweet snack that's better than either of them on their own. Probably not very original, but I enjoyed it.

 No.429

I'm impressed at how relatable this thread is.
>>382
>Do you like experimenting with food?
I love it, not that good at it yet, though.
>What are your best creations?
Something close to a ratatouille; leek, onions, carrots and 2 other things i don't recall right now with pepper, olive oil and a bit of curry (which i bought to see if i liked but didn't so i just pour small amounts everywhere so i don't waste it) in a frying pan half-filled with water.
>What were your worst creations?
None comes to mind but sometimes i mistakenly skips steps when cooking and have to work around it, the results are almost never good.
>Ever got something totally unexpected?
Not really as most of what i've done was for the first time.
>>389
>I usually cook without a recipe, trying to utilize the things I find in my kitchen as well as possible.
That is one of the most fun parts in the end, scratching your head thinking how to make the little you have work.
>>394
>Essentially scrambled eggs but with a bit of flour.
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 No.430

>>382
>What were your worst creations?
I have too many to count. My style of cooking is throwing any scraps I have into a pot.
Recently I tried to spice up my instant ramen. I had baby spinach, cherry tomatoes, peanuts, salami and milk.
I really like peanuts in ramen and baby spinach or tomatoes by themselves in instant ramen are quite good, but together with milk it makes disgusting dirt-wash water.
I also put a bit of milk into the kettle with water, because I thought that so little wouldn't be as bad as brewing milk in a kettle. It shot out all over my laptop.



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 No.23[Reply]

Can we talk about dishes that don't require a lot of effort to cook?
Do you have some tips to make a relatively simple dish taste great, or maybe enhance something that doesn't even need to cooked?
For example, for the most delicious cheese toast ever, try to spread a layer thin or thick, don't be afraid to experiment!
of mayo on a slice of bread should be a really soft type of bread, white farmhouse is perfect. Avoid thin slices then cook on a frying pan with the mayo facing down. While the breads cooks, put the cheese on it so it can melt. Fry until the mayo side is of a golden color. Do the same for the other slice of bread.

I dunno if anyone else knew about this, most people just build the sandwich and pop it in the oven.
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 No.399

>>79
one of the problems with instant ramen is, that the noodles are often deepfried to speed up the production (and thus contain alot of unhealthy fat)

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>>23
I tried some basic cooking this month, here are some recipes :

>Croque-Monsieur

Put a slice of ham on a slice of bread, and spread the sauce of your choice on it. Then add a slice of cheese (or grinned cheese) on top, and then another slice of bread. Put it in a pan on low heat and flip it once in a while, until the cheese melt and the bread toast.

>Cucumber toasts

Spread thick cream on top of a slice of cereal bread, and sprinkle some herbs on top (I use chive). Then just top it up with cucumber slices and it's done!

>Tuna salad

Mix canned tuna, mayo and avocado, make sure that the avocados are soft enough to get mashed.

>Poutine

Cut potatoes in small bits and put them in the pan until they are cooked, then add grinned cheese and BBQ sauce. If you have an oven you can do the same with fries.

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 No.411

Cheese Omelette:

- 4 eggs (use a big pan, non-stick or seasoned pan)
- splash of milk
- cheese (grated or cut)
- salt and pepper

Heat pan with butter or oil on low heat.
Mix eggs, milk, salt and pepper in bowl.
Once pan is hot, pour in the mixture.
Wait until you can put a spatula under the egg mixture without it breaking (about 5 minutes)
Fold 1/3 of the omelette toward the center.
Put cheese on top of folded bit and in the center (it will become the glue that holds it together)
Wait a bit for the cheese to melt.
Fold the other end of the omelette on top of the cheese.
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 No.412

Tuna & Rice
It's a super easy dish that I quite like.

Ingredients:
rice
tuna
mayonnaise
peas -> optional
tomatoes -> optional

You should cook the rice and then mix it with the tuna and the mayo until everything is even mixed. You can add peas to the mix if you like them and even carve some tomatoes and put the rice inside it (my grandma used to do that) and it's good as well.



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