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>> No. 11764 Anonymous
8th September 2015
Tuesday 11:31 pm
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Was thinking of going on the paleo diet and as I was setting up a meal plan I noticed coconut oil is in every cooked meal. Got no fucking clue where to buy some at least not in my local Asda or Aldi.

Also I very rarely eat anything with coconut and dislike Bounty bars so based on that would I probably dislike anything cooked in coconut oil? If so what's some good alternative oils.
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>> No. 11771 Anonymous
9th September 2015
Wednesday 4:11 pm
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Can't you try said food without fundamentally changing your diet?
>> No. 11774 Anonymous
9th September 2015
Wednesday 6:44 pm
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The study everyone keeps referencing in attack of the paleo diet is pretty much completely irrelevant. The study measured actual calorific intake for less than one week, and the findings were that there is no metabolic difference between calories from fat and and from carbs.
However, the main argued benefits of low-carb diets in terms of weight-loss, stem mainly from the short-term and long-term effects of different foods on satiety. I.e. people eating less carbs are generally eating less overall. Some of these effects are fairly quick to begin after you switch diets, others can take a few weeks to start after your hormones rebalance.

One other thing worth mentioning, forget about weight-loss, forget about any other alleged health benefits, the more carbs you eat the greater the risk of developing diabetes. That should be a good enough reason for anyone to cut down on carbs.

And remember; you do need some carbs to live, you just don't need a constant drip of them throughout the day.

Back on topic, how easy it is to get coconut oil depends on where you live. Shops in more middle or upper-class areas generally tend to be more likely to sell it.
Holland and Barretts sells it, but it's a bit on the pricey side. My local sainsburys, tescos and waitrose sell it, but morrisons and co-op don't. Failing everything else, you can get it from amazon.

(Third time luck, my writings awful tonight, I think I'll go to bed early)
>> No. 11822 Anonymous
28th September 2015
Monday 2:45 am
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> near the giant tubs of ghee. Bear in mind it'll likely be a plastic tub with a white solid in it

I remembered this thread when I went shopping earlier, so here's a picture to show what I mean.
>> No. 11823 Anonymous
28th September 2015
Monday 12:01 pm
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It obviously isn't the same thing but very similar, I went full Atkins for about a month. That resulted in me shedding a stone (from 12 stone to 11 my height being 5'6 to give you an idea). I'm not going to pretend it was an entirely pleasant experience, so I'd only recommend it for a short burst I could really feel the craving for carbs and I never felt sated regardless of how much I ate.

The diet plan that I use now that is better long term, but is slow gains, is to measure my intake and output and plan consumption accordingly with a deficit. But with a precision where I've calculated how many calories I should burn in each activity based on my exact weight (this has brought me down to just under 10 from just over 11 stone over 9 month, the slowest movement being the last couple of pounds). It does however require being quite anal for a while (I ended up building a spreadsheet to plot it). The thing what I noticed most while budgeting is the difference between what fills you up and its calories, there is obviously correlation, but not as close as you would imagine if you never looked at it in detail,sugary drinks being probably the worst thing. I recommend this OP if you decide you want to eat what you feel like again, but also not become a fat fuck.
>> No. 11824 Anonymous
28th September 2015
Monday 12:25 pm
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Understanding the calorie content of food is the kind of skill that can set you up for a much more positive relationship with your diet for the rest of one's life, in my opinion. And you don't need to count calories for very long once you're out of the need to have a calorie deficit - once you have a rough, intuitive handle on how many calories are in the kinds of meals you like to eat, you can then expend a minimal amount of effort on eating roughly at maintenance. It's this kind of understanding of food and nutrition that I think leads to meaningful change in people's eating habits that are far more likely to stick with them.

>> No. 11775 Anonymous
9th September 2015
Wednesday 7:42 pm
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How can I make my packing up for work more exciting?

If I'm not warming up leftovers then I'll take in a sandwich, usually cheese with rocket or some form of chutney, nuts and then fruit (apples, clementines, grapes, raisins or strawberries) but I'm getting rather bored of this and need some inspiration. I guess I could branch out into soup.
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>> No. 11790 Anonymous
10th September 2015
Thursday 12:33 pm
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Whenever I have a roast or something I make my own stock with the carcass. Good stuff.
>> No. 11791 Anonymous
10th September 2015
Thursday 12:44 pm
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Of course I can, mealprepsunday is good, but Americans are strange in their... ways and go overboard by making months worth of burritos or something equally daft.

Anyway, I've got some nice recipes on rotation:

- Chilli con carne with jasmine rice. Find a good solid recipe for this, as you'll be eating it often. A good ratio of 2:1 meat : beans is preferred. Throw in some sweetcorn in there for variety/texture. Whats nice with this one is that you can easily whack everything into a wrap (rice n'all) and sex it up with guacamole or whatever.

- Sag Aloo. Your humble spinach and potato curry. It's devilishly easy to make, provided you have the required spices. Throw in a cooked chicken breast, and you have a deluxe curry. Eat it with a naan, and you'll be laughing. Someone mentioned about curry being smelly. Well there are lunch rooms for that reason. No eating at your desk bollox.

- Nick Griffin's Beef Stew. Can't get better than this on a winter day. Cheap cuts of beef are key, followed by a good bottle of your favourite ale and vegetables, and this thing practically makes itself. You can opt to leave the spuds out and make a mash separately, which is perfect. OR you can be crazy and have it with some crusty bread.

- Pasta: Too easy. I cheat here and make my pasta fresh on the morning, 10 minutes while I have my breakfast coffee and you're done. The sauces that accompany them can be made in advance, anything from cream and mushroom, to tomato - it's easy as piss, and I usually reserve the pasta dishes for my lazy weeks.
Watch this video for Marco Pierre White's glorious tomato sauce:
"...And in my opinion it's one of the most important sauces in the kitchen" - Too true Marco, as this thing can be used for literally an entire dinner menu. Soups, lasagna, pasta, chilli con carne, pizza... etc... Tomato sauce from scratch, it's essential. Freeze it so it lasts longer.
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>> No. 11792 Anonymous
10th September 2015
Thursday 12:47 pm
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Eating is for the bourgeoisie.
>> No. 11793 Anonymous
10th September 2015
Thursday 6:34 pm
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Glamorgan sausages go alright in a lunch box. All you need is breadcrumbs (bread + hand blender), cheese, spring onion and an egg.

I find they're better if you experiment, Emmenthal with mushrooms is a good variation, possibly with something like chilies or tomato relish.
>> No. 11794 Anonymous
10th September 2015
Thursday 9:21 pm
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Thank you very much.

>> No. 11640 Anonymous
29th July 2015
Wednesday 3:46 am
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I'm betraying my northern working-class roots bybeimg a cider supping fairy. I want to get into beer but so far I've tasted nothing that I wanted to drink more than a sip of. What would .gs recommend as a beer to get me into beer? Price isn't an issue, but I do need to be able to get it easily in a supermarket.

Thanks lads.

Picture unrelated
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>> No. 11702 Anonymous
12th August 2015
Wednesday 3:36 pm
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God, this. I had the best beers I've ever had in Bruges, and on top of that it's a fairytale town.
>> No. 11749 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 12:53 am
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Found it lads. This is the one.

It's Belgian, and really sour. Asked the guy in the local craft beer shop ( strange that we have one really, because it's a small Northern town) for recommendations and this is perfect.

Sadly, it's very expensive.
>> No. 11750 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 1:00 am
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>> No. 11752 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 2:19 am
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Cheers bruv. Looks like they are all expensive, but you get what you pay for.
>> No. 11753 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 3:13 am
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It's a beautiful place. I have so many memories of the alcoves of the Koningin Astridpark.

>> No. 11703 Anonymous
16th August 2015
Sunday 3:41 pm
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What's the best tinned tuna?

John West and Co-op are dry and crap. Everything I google relates to sustainability, which would be nice but I can't afford to give a shit about it.
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>> No. 11745 Anonymous
17th August 2015
Monday 6:26 pm
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I was thinking the same thing. We should wipe it out and kill the competition for ARE tuna.
>> No. 11746 Anonymous
17th August 2015
Monday 7:54 pm
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I believe it's called an "ecosystem", and that ultimately, no Jellyfish would mean no Tuna.
>> No. 11747 Anonymous
17th August 2015
Monday 8:22 pm
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How? Less Jellyfish would mean more Tuna.
>> No. 11748 Anonymous
17th August 2015
Monday 8:54 pm
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>Less Jellyfish
Fewer, lad, fewer.
>> No. 11751 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 1:06 am
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Don't worry, I got the reference.

>> No. 11534 Anonymous
16th June 2015
Tuesday 8:05 am
11534 What is the deal with meal deals?
Meal deals seem to have sprung up everywhere but I'm having trouble getting my head around the logic of it all. If I pop into the shop to buy some lunch then of course I'm going to get a drink - I mean fuck, I usually end up buying crisps AND chocolate because even kids get that at lunchtime.

So what is all this about then? Is it some attempt to control us with corporate sanctioned meals that mean the death of real choice?! Are they actually not very good value at all?
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>> No. 11623 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 4:17 pm
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Or, in simple language, it didn't bother you enough. Hence whatever they told you worked in keeping you below the botheredness threshold.
>> No. 11624 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 4:25 pm
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Calm down, SurreySuburbanCyclistlad.
>> No. 11626 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 4:43 pm
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It didn't bother me enough, correct, but that was nothing at all to do with what the staff at the Co-op told me. If anything his agreement with what I was saying encouraged me to submit a written complaint. I can't really fathom why you're attempting to inform me about what happened to me and why you're inventing your own reasons for why it happened. Typical faggles behaviour.
>> No. 11627 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 5:08 pm
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>If anything his agreement with what I was saying encouraged me to submit a written complaint.
But ultimately you didn't, because you still didn't care enough. Which is fine. We all have bigger things to worry about than a wrap at the Co-op. I just don't see why you're getting upset about having this reality pointed out to you.
>> No. 11629 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 6:01 pm
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Actually I didn't go to the Co-Op. There was no wrap, no exchange at the till and no intended letter. I lied about the wrap because I wanted to fit in and have something to share with the other britfags. You must be a very intelligent person to have identified the inconsistencies in my tall tale.

>> No. 11581 Anonymous
17th June 2015
Wednesday 8:02 pm
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Shoppers at a Tesco store had to be told to "sit" like dogs before they scrambled for reduced price meat.

A video shot by Facebook user Johnny Lester in the Weston Favell store shows people forming a scrum as they cram their baskets full of bargain produce.



Fucking hell.
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>> No. 11610 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 2:15 pm
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So have you lobbied anyone at Asda to waste less food or have you just worried about it?
>> No. 11611 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 2:18 pm
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I am interested in doing this. There is a bloke at the front with a microphone during the daytime yapping on about deals (à la Phoenix Nights - and it could actually be the Asda they filmed it in, according to the locals), so I could swipe that at some point and give people a good telling off about buying food with "the best dates" on when they're planning on eating it as soon as they get home anyway.
>> No. 11612 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 2:18 pm
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It's been brought up before here I seem to recall, with the more worrying clarification that it's not because they WANT to throw out tons of food, but because food safety laws and such force them to.
>> No. 11615 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 2:42 pm
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I'm always prepared to be wrong, but that sounds like health and safety law being blamed for the discontinuation of school trips. Nominally maybe, in reality probably not.
>> No. 11628 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 5:55 pm
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My local Tesco Express reduces fresh food, usually bread, mushrooms, hummus and potatoes, to around 5p if you go late evening.

I've no idea what the proper Tesco supermarkets are like and I'm not going near one if they put reduced meat out in a trough for scumbags to fight over like a pack of piranhas eager to get a pork chop reduced to half price.

>> No. 11439 Anonymous
30th May 2015
Saturday 6:08 pm
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>rich tea biscuits
>dip in chocolate spread

thank me later
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>> No. 11442 Anonymous
30th May 2015
Saturday 10:21 pm
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>> No. 11443 Anonymous
30th May 2015
Saturday 10:32 pm
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How is that not preferable on all counts?
>> No. 11444 Anonymous
30th May 2015
Saturday 11:01 pm
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I don't really like Nutella. I prefer the Aldi made chocolate spread.
>> No. 11445 Anonymous
30th May 2015
Saturday 11:03 pm
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Dear God. When did they stop speaking English? Fucking hell.
>> No. 11446 Anonymous
30th May 2015
Saturday 11:07 pm
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Well, it got a response out of you. You played right into their hands there, gave them exactly what they wanted.

>> No. 11347 Anonymous
5th April 2015
Sunday 5:06 pm
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My food bank had some crates of out of date Diet Pepsi come in from Tesco or somewhere, so I helped myself to some cans. Of the four, two had dents in them (as pictured), but I thought that was just because they'd been dropped or hit, and shouldn't affect the stuff inside (although I would have to be careful when opening them).

On tasting the Pepsi in the dented cans, both had a horrible metallic taste, like I was drinking blood. The undamaged cans tasted perfectly fine.

What caused this?
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>> No. 11427 Anonymous
28th May 2015
Thursday 10:28 pm
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>No food, high acidity

There is plenty of food. Did you scrape a pass in biology or something and you think that makes you an authority? The arrogance. If we can use aspartame, citric acid, etc as substrates for respiration, what makes you think bacteria cant? They are far more adaptable than we are, and there are literally millions of species of acidophilic bacteria.

Botchulism isn't entirely beyond the realms of possibility just because it's a Diet Pepsi.
>> No. 11428 Anonymous
28th May 2015
Thursday 10:58 pm
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Part of me wants to laud you for your knowledge, while another part of me wants to chew you out for failing to spell "botulism" correctly.
>> No. 11429 Anonymous
28th May 2015
Thursday 11:04 pm
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You could say he botched it.
>> No. 11430 Anonymous
28th May 2015
Thursday 11:09 pm
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Yeah, I realised after I posted it I hadn't changed it. I write it this way to annoy my Microbiology professor, as they aren't allowed to drop you marks for spelling anymore unless they ask you to specifically name the bacteria so I put it every chance I get. It's good craic, but I should have been more vigilant.

I once wrote "fucking vegetarians" on a question about the moral implications of the consumption of livestock and comment on the alternatives, like quorn and shit, and he bollocked me for a good 15 minutes for that. Luckily it was a formative, he seems to have mentally adopted me the way he acts towards me. I think it was because I 100% one of the units he lectures last year and he sees me as his project.

/Sage for /blog/
>> No. 11431 Anonymous
28th May 2015
Thursday 11:20 pm
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Maybe we should call misspelling the names of bacteria, etc. "botchulism".

>> No. 11032 Anonymous
25th November 2014
Tuesday 4:51 pm
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Reposted here; though not strictly food.

What's your favourite cider? Do you prefer fizzy or still; dry or medium?

The Henney's Exhibition Cider (2011 vintage) they are selling for £1.65 a bottle at Tesco is beautiful, as is the still variant. Personally I prefer still, as it doesn't make me burp and I can drink more without wanting to throw up.

Unfortunately I live in't north so local cider isn't a common thing. Manchester's Moss Cider looks interesting and next summer I'll try and get my hands on some.
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>> No. 11063 Anonymous
27th November 2014
Thursday 12:30 am
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Hungry Jack's: As you would expect for any cider that is 'American style', tastes like sugar. Not overpoweringly sweet though, so it was quite nice.

Abrahalls: Surprisingly bitter, but one of the best ciders I've ever had. Some really well balanced flavours. Would recommend.
>> No. 11064 Anonymous
27th November 2014
Thursday 12:57 am
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I went to a pub quiz and won some beers.

Our name was the Quizlamic State.
>> No. 11065 Anonymous
27th November 2014
Thursday 3:34 am
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At a quiz night last year, one team composed of four individuals included one Frenchman. Open goal missed when it turned out said Frenchman had filled in the team name as "Quarter French".
>> No. 11118 Anonymous
5th January 2015
Monday 7:36 pm
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If you can get your hands on some, the Yorkshire Cider Co cider is absolutely divine -- there are even little bits of apple floating in it.
>> No. 11371 Anonymous
10th April 2015
Friday 11:36 pm
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They finally got some in. The only problem is it's so strong I can't have more than a couple of bottles because I'm a fucking lightweight.

>> No. 11227 Anonymous
9th February 2015
Monday 8:00 pm
11227 sort of like a food based weekend thread, but early.
What did/will you have for dinner tonight?
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>> No. 11273 Anonymous
10th February 2015
Tuesday 11:43 pm
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I had some spicy chicken with rice.
>> No. 11274 Anonymous
11th February 2015
Wednesday 12:16 am
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Christ on a bike, are all Finns, preparing for ITZ? It seems all of them are inherent survivalists and would stop at nothing to do something disgusting and make it through the next day,
>> No. 11276 Anonymous
11th February 2015
Wednesday 1:17 am
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Bordering Russia does that to you.
>> No. 11277 Anonymous
11th February 2015
Wednesday 1:26 am
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This has to be the most disgusting shit I have ever seen. Dear God.
>> No. 11278 Anonymous
11th February 2015
Wednesday 1:33 am
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Even their comedy is apocalyptically bleak.



>> No. 11210 Anonymous
6th February 2015
Friday 9:36 pm
11210 Tofu
I've picked up a block of tofu but I have no idea what I'm meant to do with it to make it taste nice. It's just sitting in my fridge in it's packet of liquid for now. I gather I'm meant to put it between two chopping blocks with something heavy on the top to dry/firm it, but then I'll be left with what looks like a cross between Wensleydale and Styrofoam.
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>> No. 11221 Anonymous
7th February 2015
Saturday 12:38 am
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I got The Vegan Soulfood Guide To The Galaxy and it has a video DVD included called "Pimp My Tofu" and she just hand-presses it between her hands.

She's the wife of one half of Dead Prez and that's him on the theme song.
>> No. 11222 Anonymous
7th February 2015
Saturday 2:13 am
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I need this, whatever it is. Ta for bringing it to my attention.
>> No. 11223 Anonymous
7th February 2015
Saturday 9:27 am
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Cut it into blocks then lay it out on a kitchen towel, put another towel on top of it, put the chopping board on top of that with three or four tins of whatever to weigh it down. Leave it 3-5 hours. Then fry it with something that has minimal flavourings because it will absorb anything you put with it like mad, it's so easy to overdo it.
>> No. 11224 Anonymous
7th February 2015
Saturday 10:09 am
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>I don't understand quite why you're struggling with this.

There's nothing I don't get, it just seems bizarre to me that you're acting like Postmaster General and saying we shouldn't have a thread dedicated to a particular foodstuff because it's mentioned in the sticky a few times - the very last thread we had on this board about cooking suggestions was this curry thread from, half a year ago, August >>10896 which, by your logic, we shouldn't have had if there's curry recipes in the sticky and instead we should have no new threads on this board and everyone should just post in the sticky.

Anyway, enough of being an arse, thanks for the suggestions.
>> No. 11225 Anonymous
7th February 2015
Saturday 3:31 pm
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I am not that person. You seem to be really good at missing the "Anonymous" bit on every post. Silly soy bean.

Anyway, you're welcome. Get crackin' in the kitchen, lad.

>> No. 11025 Anonymous
29th October 2014
Wednesday 5:01 pm
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I bought some chicken but left it in my rucksack for about 12 hours before remembering to put it in the fridge. Will it still be safe to eat?
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>> No. 11027 Anonymous
29th October 2014
Wednesday 5:30 pm
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>> No. 11028 Anonymous
29th October 2014
Wednesday 5:32 pm
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Unless it was next to a radiator it should be fine. Use it ASAP, though.
>> No. 11029 Anonymous
29th October 2014
Wednesday 6:28 pm
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Guaranteed ebola, don't risk it mVIII
>> No. 11047 Anonymous
26th November 2014
Wednesday 2:30 am
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>> No. 11062 Anonymous
26th November 2014
Wednesday 9:43 pm
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How Roman of you.

>> No. 11037 Anonymous
25th November 2014
Tuesday 6:33 pm
11037 Ale
If we can have a cider thread, we can have a beer thread. Both American style craft beers and proper British bitters are welcome ITT.

I haven't made a point of seeking out new ales since I went to a beer festival in June but with Christmas coming up, I might start again. Generally, my favourite beers are pale ales and the attached pic was my favourite one at the festival. I've also got into Badger's 'Furkin Fox' which is a lovely auburn ale, perfetc for the winter.

What are you drinking chaps?
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>> No. 11048 Anonymous
26th November 2014
Wednesday 8:59 am
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I recently downloaded and signed up for Untappd on my phone, so that I can "check in" every wankery beer I have and other beer wankers can see it and approve. I endorse this thread 100%.

Did anyone happen to get to a Nicholson's pub recently and try their guest ale Café Phoenix from Brains? It was a delight.
>> No. 11056 Anonymous
26th November 2014
Wednesday 12:44 pm
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I managed to check into one place and now I can't seem to find a 'trying this beer' button anymore, I'm starting to h8 my Blackberry more and more but decidedly less than Google, Apple and Windows.
>> No. 11058 Anonymous
26th November 2014
Wednesday 3:55 pm
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>> No. 11060 Anonymous
26th November 2014
Wednesday 5:01 pm
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IMO Harveys are the kings of real ale. I rarely get to have it (probably not good seeing as a pub near me does it) but it's probably the most refreshing, delicious ale I've ever had.

I really should get to a festival...
>> No. 11061 Anonymous
26th November 2014
Wednesday 9:22 pm
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n1 m8, r8 it 8/8

>> No. 10998 Anonymous
11th September 2014
Thursday 7:15 pm
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What decent and cheap wines are there? Personally I like wines that don't taste of very much. Not watery, but not strong tasting or dry. Barefoot seems alright. There's one that someone recommending that I can't remember the name of with a square base and a bent neck, does anyone know it?
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>> No. 10999 Anonymous
11th September 2014
Thursday 8:08 pm
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Unfortunately our taste in wine is compatible so I doubt my recommendations will be of interest to you, I do like the Barefoot shiraz and merlot, though. A good wine for a cheap as chips price is Tesco's Simply Cotes du Rhone, it doesn't taste of 'nothing', though. The rest of the 'Simply' range isn't as good, in my experience.
>> No. 11000 Anonymous
11th September 2014
Thursday 10:38 pm
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I don't like wine that tastes of nothing, I like wine without strong tastes.
>> No. 11001 Anonymous
11th September 2014
Thursday 10:40 pm
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You are a conundrum wrapped in an enigma marinated in a mystery.
>> No. 11002 Anonymous
11th September 2014
Thursday 10:43 pm
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That corkscrew is fucked. That's what you get for shopping in poundland

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