@OMFS88: consider buying a thermos and brewing your tea at home before you go to work. And I mean a big, hefty thermos like you might find at a hardware store. You can make a big batch before you go to bed, and it'll still be hot and tasty in the afternoon.
I'll have to try a decent Czech pilsner next time I have Indian food. Even milder APAs and British IPAs work poorly.
Though as much as I like beer, it doesn't really need to be a one size fits all kind of beverage. Asian food from south to east is probably better served by a good tea pairing than a good-enough beer or wine pairing.
Oh my god, that cultured nuts pun.
As long as we're going into this level of hyperbole, what is the alternative? Should Leang have just said "let them eat cake?"
Seriously, all she did was acknowledge that many people's experience is like that of her family growing up, where going vegan wouldn't have been possible. Basic don't-be-an-a**hole 101 kind of stuff. Lighten up.
After the polenta/kale soup, I have immense faith in these miso-based vegan recipe ideas. Definitely going to try this one out soon.
My only issue with this recipe is that the kale leaves (a solid) are measured using quarts (a liquid unit, AFAIK). Why not go by weight?
I tend to make tea a liter at a time, and stash it in a thermos. Even a French press seems like overkill -- I just steep the tea in a carafe.
@DavidGriffen if you'll take recommendations from the peanut gallery, I like Yunnan FOP (a Chinese black tea), sencha (Japanese green), and "tie guan yin"/Iron Goddess (a Taiwanese oolong). Like another commenter recommended, I order them all from Upton Teas.
Hannibal Burress taught me to dip my fingers in the pickle juice and flick it on my sandwiches for flavor. It takes seven to eleven flicks depending on the size of your fingers and how long you leave them immersed in the pickle juice.
In reality though, I chop up jalapenos and dump them into the leftover liquid from store bought pickles ("garlic sour" or "half sour").
Daily visit to the stuffing waffle article, hahaha. Great opening sentence.
This is an interesting article, and I don't think I've ever heard the phrase "puncher's chance" before.
What kind of filter did you use?
Do you think these would work if made ahead of time and frozen?
@ccxzoo, some people say that the main saturated fat in coconut oil, lauric acid, is not associated with the same changes in cholesterol as other saturated fats. I don't know if that's a settled issue or not, though.
What a brilliant idea for a post. I'm going to look for snow pea leaves this weekend.
I'm on my phone so this link may be a couple clicks away from what I'm aiming at, but what do you think of the cooking oil chart here: http://www.eatingrules.com/2012/02/cooking-oil-comparison-chart/
I love the avocado on toast dealie. I go with a slice of American cheese underneath and a heavy sprinkling of Tabasco on top.
Peekpoke, who said anything about colon cancer? The study itself specifically acknowledges that there is reason to doubt any benefit against colon cancer, and neither the article nor the SE summary mention it.
Please tell me whether you actually ate these or just made up the descriptions. I need to know how committed to the joke you are. Plus, I don't want to get a completely unexpected taste and texture experience.
My "trick" for steel cut oats is to be satisfied with chewier oats, because I sure wouldn't be satisfied with a 35 minute cooking time. :-)
I agree that the story behind the idea is pseudoscience; 2 million years or more of pre-agriculture humans, AND they all had the same diet, AND this diet just happens to be the best one possible?
Various elements of the diet are quite probably healthy, like grass-fed meat over grain-fed meat, or less sugar, but that's about how what we eat now affects us--not about what cavemen had available to them.
How might you go about freezing these for future use? Making a batch in bulk and saving most for later is always a nice option to have.
Oh wow, I remember the Orange flavour cupcakes. Those were something special.
Buying loose leaf tea online in bulk tends to be cheaper than getting bag tea from the supermarket. I go with upton teas.
If you're a vegan, why do you eat yeast? If you have a peanut allergy, why do you eat bread? If we evolved from monkeys, then why are there still monkeys?
I agree with the image, moreso because the burger on the left looks plastic and fake, and the one on the right looks like something people might actually eat.
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