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All you fuckers eat. You can't deny it. What kinda food you eat? Do you have a favorite?243 posts and 176 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
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.
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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.
>>3631839>why worry about feeding them grain when they're feeding the cows goddamn candy?
I could see giving it to hogs, they'll eat just about anything, but cattle? that seems like a bad idea.
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.
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.
>>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.
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.
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.
if youre a dog they are pretty lethal lol
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
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.
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.
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.
I think that's already the world today "cough-covid-Cough"
Beef Patty, Double Cheese (Red Leicester & Swiss), Bacon, Bourbon BBQ Sauce, Smokey Gravy Mayo & Crispy Onions. From Filthy Buns In London, UK
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.
Aren't lime and cilantro pretty much a necessity for guacamole? It just wouldn't be the same without it.
Denver?! What have they done to you?
Ahwell. Better than a Netflix adaptation.
>>3613334>4 hours of workout
you must not work at all
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.
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).