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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.690

>>677
if u love cabbage so much why dont you marry it

 No.883

What's your favourite vegetable?
Potato has so many different forms that I gotta give it it's due. Plus whacking one in the oven for an hour is the easiest meal on the planet.

What are your favourite veg recipes?
Spinach, sweet potato and red lentil dhal is good, though it's a bit of a mission to make.

>>677
Never had cabbage in my life. A awful food upbringing has left me without the knowledge of using any leafy greens. Cabbages seem too big to do anything with without throwing most away.

 No.884

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>What's your favourite vegetable?
Parsnips is the first to come to mind.
They have a very distinct yet subtle taste, along with a soft comforting way of breaking apart when cooked in stews, which makes for a nice texture contrast to other root veggies.

>>883
Cabbage is way rougher than something like a head of lettuce, even if you've cut out a piece it lasts at least several days just left out at the counter (YMMV depending on your ambient temps).
Can also turn leftovers into sauerkraut, just add salt, some heavy handling, and time. Haven't tried myself yet but looked through a couple of instruction vids, seems simple enough.
>629
It's good to keep in mind though, even if some nutrients may be destroyed by the heat in many cases absorption is still higher or equivalent cooked because the food is easier to digest.
>623
If you want a healthier alternative there's always steaming.
Better than boiling since water soluble vitamins don't leach out into the cooking water (not relevant if soup since you eat the broth anyway), better than frying cause no created carcinogens and no need for any cooking grease.

 No.888

I tried to roast some swede (rutabaga) but it came out kinda nasty and bubbly. Anyone know how to do this without fucking it up?

>>884
Parsnips are so good. I like to cut them into discs and put black pepper on them.

 No.889

I eat a lot of frozen veggies - I read that they are still as valuable as fresh and in some specific cases even better.
I love cauliflower and brussel sprouts and brocolli and spinach, as a supplementary to my meat. Also beans, onions, cabbage but those make my stummy hurt. Maybe not the healthiest way, but my favorite way to make them is just a stir-fry.



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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.778

>>777
Lucky post! You win!

 No.794

>le mass replier arrive

Sipping on some oolong loose leaf right now, kind of fruity + nutty flavour, like apricots and almonds. Really nice stuff, I wish I saved the packaging so I knew what it was and I could rebuy, pretty sure it's from Taiwan though. I always brew grandpa style nowadays because I broke my favourite teapot. I really need to invest in a new one, I miss the ritual of it all.

>>54
Unless tea is high in tannins (these will make you nauseous and feel sickly), you might as well brew it until it's strong enough to be to your taste. Worth noting that if you brew a lot of tea for long enough, it does turn into a moderate stimulant, they used to drink it in the gulags. I used to use it during university for studying, after a glass of it you won't sleep for a minimum of two days, and surprisingly it doesn't seem to hit hard, at least for me, at all. It's quite smooth, and the only side effect I've felt were mild hallucinations after the first couple of minutes of drinking. If you have a weak heart though it'll probably be pretty dangerous.

>>69
On my list now, sounds really novel. I've never had a very smoky tea before.

>>418
If you ever decide you want a couple new members I'd love to get an invite, but I won't hold my breath. Sounds comfy though.

>>481
Kombucha is really lovely, it's a pity it's quite hard to get some around here. It's a great treat once in a while.
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 No.850

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I got loose leaf tea for the first time the other day, pretty fun. I have a black tea with clove, ginger, and orange peel, and then I got something called Genmaicha which is like green tea with little popped rice kernels in it. It's really good and smells especially amazing, very toasty.

 No.879

Currently I'm drinking a cold brew green tea from Korea whose name I've already forgotten. It is quite tasty though, I like to add a drop of maple syrup to give it a light sweetness

 No.880

In the early to late afternoons bancha tea, matcha in evenings or fruity teas i get at DM with dinner, i dont usually drink tea in the morning, thats reserved for coffee.



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 No.824[Reply]

Does my lasagna looks nice?
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 No.828

it looks super good!

 No.829

>>824
lookin good
I've never made lasagna before
Do you have any tips?

 No.830

>>825
>that image
Isn't this a flash game? I could swear I played this on /f/ at some point. Source me someone, please!

 No.832

>>830
It's Air Pressure, made in renpy, there was a flash port too, yes.

 No.857

What is the white stuff on top?



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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.822

>>821
THAT'S GROSS! I bet you're like 19 and smoke montego reds and have your coffee black.

Could you please try not to get any cooler?

 No.823

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With some vegetable powders included.
I also use a meal replacement powder in the morning as well. I've been trying to change up my diet since I found myself going to fast food joints constantly.

 No.831

I've made pressed avocado toast before but usually in the morning I'll eat some eggs and ezekiel bread. I should probably cook larger meals.

 No.836

>>254
I like bagels with cream cheese or eggs with toast or eating nothing and just having coffee.

 No.837

Bagels with cream cheese, smoked salmon, and capers is my GOAT breakfast
Or eggs benedict but that's way too high effort for me 99% of the time



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 No.134[Reply]

sup sushirolls upload your cookbook pdfs, tasty recipes, and pics of recipes you've made here!
if you think cooking is not awesome go watch shokugeki no souma
>pic check out the castiron takoyaki pan i found

i'll start

heres a torrent for the modernist cuisine book series pdfs
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heres a book on the science of cooking
https://mega.nz/#!hYRS0bIL!UwaP9XA-MykP-JkheBMniD-x8RQBJ_kJyir0PLuhIUQ

heres another book on japanese bbq/grill
https://p.fuwafuwa.moe/jjjapm.epub

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 No.813

>>812
Are you the same person who posted on Lainchan about how you're so superior to Americans because you (incorrectly) think that Americans don't eat apples?

 No.814

>>812
lol
to be fair, my friends are incredibly picky eaters. Which makes me sad, I never get to go out to cool restaurants with them.

 No.815

>>813
No, I'm not that ignorant, I know apple pie is an American thing. I just also know that offal is not really considered something you eat in the Anglosphere for some inane reason. I guess it's not fair to rag on Americans for that, they inherited the British penchant for absolute shit taste.

>>814
What do you mean by cool restaurants tho? Even if you only eat steak and stuff there's plenty of great ones, almost no matter where you are.

 No.816

>>815
>I just also know that offal is not really considered something you eat in the Anglosphere for some inane reason.
Yeah I want to cook with it some more. It's very cheap and makes cooking fun when it's something you've never had.
>What do you mean by cool restaurants tho?
Just like, any kind of foreign cuisine really. Steaks or pizza or whatever is fine, but I'd like someone to go get sushi with or something y'know

 No.817

>>815
Taste is subjective, roll.



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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.775

Rye flour is my nemesis. Every time I bake with it, my bread comes out too thick and dense, even following the recipes I find exactly.

 No.783

Initialized my first (rye flour (rour dough? (rawr dough?))) sourdough starter yesterday, seeing signs of life, just gave it its first snack. Hyped to make my first real sourdough bread when it's past the initial phase. Also wanna try mixing in a dollop of starter into pancake batter.

 No.784

>>783 returning, and I uh, underevaluated how much life there'd be in this thing. Put it in too small a jar that it filled about 2/5 the way of, just noticed it has bubbled up to the point it's past the brim slightly pudging out and pushing up the loose lid.
Lucky I spotted it before I fell asleep, and have a twice as large clean jar on hand.

 No.785

>>784 again and not intending to spam but god dang, just gave the starter a sniff while giving it its second snack and it's smelling like some kind of luxurious belgian beer, kinda like a blonde Leffe. Was considering feeding it wheat flour as well but really want to know the full extent of the direction it's already going in. Maybe I'll split it into two cultures, one exclusively rye, one 50/50 rye/wheat feeds.

 No.795

Hoping someone can answer this. I like to make flatbread and I have my own technique but I've seen a lot of people say that to cook roti/naan/ect the pan has to be super hot, dry and cook for at at least a minute on each side. Whenever I've tried cooking bread like this it ends up burning almost instantly while the rest of it is barely cooked. Usually I cook it on medium with some oil and its super tasty but I'm wondering if I'm doing anything wrong with that other method.



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 No.129[Reply]

oishii! ( ・ ・)
homemade nori/tamago furikake & salad!
What did you have for lunch sushirolls?
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 No.209

>>208
I dont think it should be spicy, really, but that probably comes from my background as an american where people typically only have it with corn chips, with salsa as well, and thats spicy.
Though I made some and just had it on a tortilla after seeing that picture.

 No.210

>>209
I don't add enough to make it really spicy, just enough so there's a hint on heat with some sweetness that you get from some chili. But that's the good thing with guac, you can make it how you like it.

 No.211

I grabbed a bag of chips, a can of corn and a can of mushrooms (still protein but cheaper than meat) from the store. Stuck them in the microwave covered in cheese and had me some kickass nachos.

 No.212

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bbq pork riblet, a sage and onion and cheese panini bread and 300ml of chocolate protein drink from the supermarket.

i had the exact same thing for morning break too.

 No.793

>>129
Just ate a few slices of pork loin accompanied by a nicely fresh salad with red onions and tomatoes. Delicious dish. It would've been even better with some rice to the side.



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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.733

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I've made yakisoba every other night this week

 No.789

>>539
Hey, that's a nice blog. You've really done a good job with the photos and the editing.

 No.790

>>692
Potatoes truly are an underrated meal, they taste good while being healthy as well. Also the best thing about them is that you can easily get stuffed.

 No.791

>>715
Which beer are you drinking?

 No.792

>>791
I wish I remembered. Probably some local wheat beer or plain old Sierra Nevada, knowing me.



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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.771

Made some Sopa de Ajo-ish inspired by chef Johns (FoodWishes) recipe video to make use of some dried out sourdough bread. Chopped up a chorizo into slivers rather than using ham since that was what I had.
Surprisingly delicious with soggy hot bread soup.

 No.772

I love soup, a lot. I made a load of dumplings today, and had some filling left over - mushrooms, onion, cabbage, carrot, and spices. So I added water, cornflower, edamame beans and peanuts to it, and ate the dumplings in it. So tasty!

 No.776

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I roasted up some squash, carrots, onions, garlic, and apples, got the immersion blender out and made butternut squash soup. For spices I used nutmeg, cinnamon, cayenne pepper, sage, salt and pepper. Came out super tasty, I'm proud of myself.

 No.781

>>17
Try making them with a roux
Heat up some oil in the pan you're gonna be cooking, put in some sifted flour and let it cook a bit. Once it's ready if you scrape the bottom with a wooden spatula, it should make a clear path and the flour/oil mix should be pinkish at the sides of it.
That's when you add water (room temperature) or stock or whatever else you are using and whisk until you develop Rhabdomyolysis or the water starts to boil. Then you put in the veggies and whatever else you want. Scrape the bottom of the pan every 3-5 minutes when it's boiling, otherwise keep mixing it with a spatula or something when it's not boiling but still cooking, or flour will fry itself to the bottom of the pan. You can also thicken the soup just by adding flour (usually leaves an aftertaste and isn't as nice) when it's boiling or even using stale bread (traditional for Ghoulash).
I'd suggest this for anyone wanting to make soup in this thread. It's basically the easiest way to make an incredibly filling soup if you're on a budget.

 No.782

>>776
Yo, add some type of heavy cream in the middle (the type that holds the shape but isn't too strong in flavour, forgot the name you should know what I mean) and fresh croutons into that.



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 No.287[Reply]

Up to this day, I've never understood why people like sweets with their coffee. Whenever I took a bite of a sweet roll and mixed it with a sip of coffee, the coffee just killed the sweet taste of the roll. But now I've found the real purpose of coffee and sweets:

Drinking coffee AFTER eating a bite of something sweet clears your palate with its bitterness and prepares it for the next bite. That way, every bite of the sweet stuff is almost like as if it was the first. While normally sweets would lose their taste after a few bites, coffee "resets" your taste buds.


What combinations do sushi rolls like?
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 No.295

Whenever I have some cooked leftover potatoes, I like to spread some butter or mayonaise on bread, then put the sliced potatoes on the bread and sprinkle with salt. Depending on the species of potato, it can be a bit bad though.

 No.296

>>295
>potato sandwich
carb overload

I toast my hamburger buns in mayo, though, I will admit. It works alright as a butter substitute. I always put mayo in my sandwiches anyway, so I might as well put it on when I toast the buns. It works well.

 No.299

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>>296
>carb overload
Tastes damn good though. You ever have a chip butty? You put chips in a breadcake and smother it in ketchup/butter, maybe even throw a fried egg on top. It's piff.

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>>287
Coffee & Dessert is a nice combo.

 No.780

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>>779
*tea and dessert



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