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 No.232[Reply]

A thread for all things vegetable!

What's your favourite vegetable?
What are your favourite veg recipes?
Any vegetarian rolls in the house? Share the things that make veg life comfy!
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 No.622

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>>336
For a step up try rice and lao gan ma chili crisp (buy it at your local asian grocery).

>>232
Recently I've been cooking a lot of eggplant. I like the long, Japanese/Chinese ones a lot better than the globe eggplants I get in usual supermarkets. There's this spicy eggplant dish I had once in China, I'm trying to make it at home.

 No.623

Are all vegetables fine to eat raw? Most of the time I fry them because it tastes better but I wonder if I should stop. From what I've read it seems like it's worse for your health

 No.628

Whats the best way cook cabbage? Sometimes I'll pick one up but I never know what to di with it. I could just be cooking it wrong but it aleays comes out tasting too raw. Also, how are rutabagas? I see them at the store and they look cheap but I've never cooked one. From cooking online, they tend to be cooked mashed or fried. Are they like a potato then?

 No.629

>>623
in general the more you cook a vegetable the more nutrients get destroyed. During world war 2 the british government had a lot of propaganda to try and get people to stop boiling the shit out of their vegetables. Raw is not always better (raw brocoli tastes like shit for example) but most won't harm you. If you want to cook them try baking them for a short time instead of frying, or if you really need to fry, use a healthy oil like olive oil and only fry it a short time so it's still crunchy. They taste better that way anyway. Remember to season your veg so it's not flavourless.

 No.630

>>623
most vegetables are fine raw, except for stuff like potatoes that'll fuck up your digestive tract. Brassicas can apparently fuck up your thyroid if you eat them raw, but you have to literally have them at every meal.



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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.539

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I made something tasty last evening:

https://cenysor.neocities.org/鳥野菜丼.html

 No.624

>>539
I really like your site! Its always nice to stumble across underground pages like yours, seems very "old internet" styled to me.
I think I'll test out your recipe next time I go grocery shopping.

 No.625

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I usually have grilled chicken breast seasoned with garlic salt and pepper with steam vegetables for dinner. Lately I've been making miso soup though, 1 cup of water + miso paste, 1tsp of chicken stock, some canned sweet corn, sweet soy and a drop of sriracha sauce. Thinking of adding some Chinese 5 spice to it.

 No.626

Tonight's was a bowl of wheat noodles cooked in chiken stock, several slices of pork cooked in the same pan, and a boiled egg.

 No.627

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I made a whole thread about gratin, but I accidently closed my browser and now it's gone. ;_;

Anyways gratin is dope.



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 No.533[Reply]

Any of y'all make bread? I got some sourdough starter recently and I've really been enjoying keeping it alive and experimenting.
Other than bread, do you have any things you like to bake on a regular basis?
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 No.597

How realistic is it for poor student to bake every other day fresh buns? Is baking bread cheaper alternative to buying one?

 No.598

>>597
It's cheaper ingredient-wise but I don't know about the cost for the electric or gas power required to bake the bread

 No.599

>>598
he could make pita bread, it takes 10-15 min in my gas oven so energy costs could be greatly reduced

 No.620

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>>596
>bread legends
>leavening tech tree

 No.621

I made this roasted garlic focaccia a while ago. https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2017/04/easy-roasted-garlic-focaccia-no-knead-bread-recipe.html

I wish I had a better camera, my webcam pics are all terrible but it turned out really nicely. Went stale faster than I expected though. Does anyone here use a bread box or something I made this roasted garlic focaccia a while ago. https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2017/04/easy-roasted-garlic-focaccia-no-knead-bread-recipe.html

I wish I had a better camera, my webcam pics are all terrible but it turned out really nicely. Went stale faster than I expected though. Does anyone here use a bread box or something to keep bread fresh for some days?

>>597
If you don't want to use an oven or much gas, I recommend unleavened flatbreads. They're much easier to make and cook quickly.

A good one to start with might be chapati (http://www.manjulaskitchen.com/roti-chapati-flat-indian-bread/).

Just need whole wheat flour, salt, water, and some oil or butter.

I know the recipe does seem easy (and it is) but if you want to make really good ones, watch the entire video a few times and try to copy exactly what she's doing.to keep bread fresh for some days?

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 No.517[Reply]

I came across and wanted to share an old cookbook with a neato infographic on spices. What are you favorite ways to spice certain dishes?

 No.518

This is super neat. Thanks sushi. I’be personally started sprinkling a little bit of my home made bbq rub on my fried eggs in the morning. I know, it sounds weird. But trust me. The brown sugar gives it a bit of that dark sweet flavor which goes great with the runny yolk, the pepper gives it a little kick. I overdid it once and it totally overpowered the eggs but just a little sprinkle on top is great.

 No.519

There were these and other tables and graphs like that on that old 4chan images compilation. Around 4gb.
In 2012 i think it was already old so i don't know if it still exists. I had it but deleted most of it due to lack of space; now that i'm cooking i want them back, funny.

 No.618

I know nothing about spices so I never put them in unless my recipe or mom or sis tells me which ones to… All I know is I don't like ginger…



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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.600

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I had black tea with honey today, thinking of getting a russian style samovar because I drink a lot of tea

 No.603

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i made some shincha with ginger. I let it cool off and ended up freezing it with orange and clove. The chopping board had onion oil on it, so the ginger tasted pretty funky.

So i got some robusto brew coffee from mid-morning mixed it with water, ginger, and sugar. It tasted like zinger tea.

 No.615

I got a tea advent calendar this year, which has been pretty interesting. You get a sachet of leaves each day, enough to make a couple decent cups; It's been mostly herbal teas and blacks, but there have been a couple of stand-outs like a green tea that tasted of strawberries and cream.

 No.616

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I've been drinking a lot of chamomile tea lately, to help me calm down, since the black tea I usually drink makes me a bit restless sometimes. I'm not sure if it actually has this effect, of if it's just placebo, but it seems to do the trick.

 No.617

How do you guys treat your water and teapots? What keeps me away from enjoying a good tea is definitely bad quality of water and dirty vessels.



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 No.254[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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.610

>>609
>>607
I feel like fatty foods like cheese and stuff make me sleepy too, but I haven't really been paying attention tbh. Usually I just put off eating when I have work to get done immediately.

 No.611

overnight oatmeal with almond milk, frozen berries and peanut butter
i usually like eating the same thing every day

 No.612

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grilled cheese with pepperjack cheese and cinnamon honey

 No.613

I had coffee and some poorly fried eggs on toast :)

 No.614

Fried eggs are a must for me, the other thing can be milk, cereal, yogurt or orange juice



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 No.604[Reply]

The sun has finally come out! It was a nice rain the past few days.

I made some pepper sauce today sushigirls. I used bhot jolokia and trinidad scorpion. I've washed my hands about 6 times. Yet, 4 hours later, hen I touch my genitals, my eyes, or my nose, I still get a nice, soothing, burn that lasts over 5-10 minutes. ^^

anyone else a fan of hot peppers?

 No.605

>>604
>anyone else a fan of hot peppers?
Well their music wasn't bad but I wouldn't call myself a fan.

Jokes aside I love spicy stuff so yes, without a doubt.

 No.606

I really like spice but I'm not familiar with western spices. I mostly eat Chinese food. I tried a hot sauce made with the ingredients of pepper spray and it wasn't as hot as I thought it'd be. I feel like I reached the top of the mountain and it's quite lonely.



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 No.543[Reply]

How do you like your Coco? Milky? White? Dark? 100% pure and bitter?
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 No.582

I just like to refrigerate some 99% chocolate and munch it down, its crunchy at the start and once it gets in contact with your tongue it starts to melt.

 No.583

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I like bars that are a bit more thicc than usual, you don't think it'll matter that much but it's like with pasta, changes it up quite a bit even though it's the same thing. Pic related but the dark choco variant is one of my faves.

 No.584

Sweet things make me ill. I like bitter chocolate, like coffee.

 No.585

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i love all chocolate, no matter what classification

 No.586

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A nougat core coatet in marzipan and chocolate is called Baumstamm in Germany. These candy bars are usually sold during Christmas time. That means you can obtain them from September until March or all year around at some places.

Drops of chocolate mixed with crisp bread crumps are also really addictive.

>>544
But it's made of cocoa butter, although the content is low compared to darker chocolate.



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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.542

I had an idea after getting some bulk popcorn kernels. The heart (or kernel) of it is in the buttery flavor of uni, or sea urchin. Add some shredded dulse flakes since they're quite soft and serve as the salt. I have yet to try it but there was something to it…

 No.562

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Sometimes I want to gamble for a bit, so this evening I made the following:

ingredients
- slightly moldy rice I cooked on sunday
- mussels
- onions
- carrots
- ready made pasta verde
- 4 whole eggs
- oil
- soy sauce
- few glowes of garlic preserved in chili oil

Everything fried in a pan. This will be my lunch for tomorrow and I haven't even tasted it. Wish me luck.

 No.563

>>562
It was great. I will make that again (maybe without moldy rice).

 No.564

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i don't experiment with food all that much due to time and money constraints, but if i see something that looks good ill try to find a recipe online and make it.

So far my favorite thing that I have made would be nikuman! It takes some preparation and waiting though, and the recipe i followed called for quite a few ingredients to get the specific taste. I also ran into some problems with the dough to meat ratio, and found that it was off and i was often left with more meat than i wanted. this could have been due to me just being bad with portions and making the dough the right way. but the end result really paid off it was delicious! as soon as i finished off that batch i went back to make more

 No.567

Sort of, mostly with sauces but I got a few loose recipes that take well to it. I vaguely remember a couple that turned out good.

'Fast food' Sauce
>1/4 cup mayo
>1-2 tbsp ketchup
>1-3 tsp mustard
>1 tbsp Relish (Or chopped pickles, I use whatever or just the brine)
>Sprinkle of Salt, Pepper, very light sugar (Like a half pinch), smoked paprika, Worcestershire sauce, and vinegar
Mix it up good and let it set for like half an hour to overnight. Good on burgers, fried foods, sandwiches, whatever really. Optionally add finely minced onions, onion power, garlic, or garlic powder.

Bootleg Okonomiyaki
>1 Cup each of flour, dashi stock/water
>1 Egg, beaten
>Chopped green onion or chives
>Minced sushi ginger or ginger with a splash of vinegar
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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.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.

 No.565

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Finally, a thread that understands me.

Potato, beet, chicken and cold soups are the ones that I usually make. Not a big fan of pureed ones, though.

 No.566

>>435
I do instant noodles like your mom did.
Brings them to a food level.



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