Cooking classy potato soup

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A place to lambast idiotic methods of serving food, or any other epicurean inanity worthy of ridicule.

2023.06.09 23:55 Souporsaladstrip Soup or Salad - Gum

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2023.06.09 23:41 inkay Week 22: Street Food - On the Go Eats (Meta: Ichiju-Sansai)

Week 22: Street Food - On the Go Eats (Meta: Ichiju-Sansai)
I was so torn this week. There is so much street food that I can’t eat, and so much of it tends to fall into similar food groups. I wanted to try to do something somewhat balanced while keeping each thing fairly portable or easy to eat on the go.
  • Baby elote - Elote was one of my favorite things to grab at the farmers’ market in the US. It’s baby corn season, so I had to do a baby corn version!
  • Cucumber smoothie - What’s more refreshing on a warm summer day than a smoothie?
  • Stinky tofu - Hadn’t made this in a while but had some in my fridge! Coated with gluten-free panko and air fried. As expected, my place smelled all day.
  • Lobiani - I think most people know acharuli xachapuri these days, but there are more handpie-like versions of xachapuri that are easy to buy at any bakery or stand in Georgia (the country) when you’re on the go. I think fewer people know lobiani, the version that is stuffed full of beans (lobio) instead of cheese. The bread itself can be made in many different ways. Mine is a gluten free pie crust this time! (And I realized it needed some color so gave it a bit more time to brown the surface a little after the whole meal photo.
  • Yaki imo - Street food of street foods. Sweet potatoes are life. Need I say more?
About my meta: 一汁三菜 (Ichiju-Sansai) refers to Japanese meals comprising of a bowl of rice, a soup, a main dish and two sides. I live in Japan and have always liked each this way, but haven’t really built meals this way in a while, so I figure this is a good chance to make it more a part of my life. I’ll probably also often have a salad thrown in, so yeah. And everything I make is also wheat free.
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2023.06.09 23:20 daveromannhorror "Body Wanters "

"They call them the Body-eaters," My friend Ethan said. There was a night that existed once. He and his father invited me once for a barbecue. Ethan had explained to me that his old man was the Best Cook in the World for his famous juicy hamburgers and ribs. Later on that night, we stayed outside and made a small fire. Ethan was the only friend I had in college. As our conversations went on for an eternity about different ideas on what we planned to do in life, he then brought up an unusual subject. A myth.
"Why are they called Body-eaters?" I asked him. "Because of the way they look. They have no flesh, blood, bones, eyeballs, nothing. They're basically just empty shells of skin, wanting to fill their bodies to become human."
I was fascinated by such a story. "And how does one get all of the guts and bones, huh?" I asked. "Duh! They have to kill for that to happen, dumbass!" Ethan said. It was the last time I had heard from Ethan. I hadn’t spoken to him for three days after that night. I never showed up at school or answered any of my messages nor phone calls. It was then that it had been reported on the news that my friend had gone missing.
And as in most cases, Ethan was never found.
I took a trip after I had graduated college. My mother wanted to reward me by renting out a cabin that was a bit away from the town I once called home. The area around the wooded home was surrounded by lots of trees and the rest of God's creations, such as leaves and the sound of birds chirping. I felt as if I should be taking the opportunity to enjoy my break as I needed to be looking for a career sooner or later.
There was enough food and drink to last me for some time as I was staying there. I settled in and everything went fine for the past few nights. For the past few nights I had stayed in and had become a couch potato and played Super Mario Odyssey. My personality opinion is that the Nintendo Switch was the best game console that has ever existed.
But then some odd events began to occur. The fourth night I slept there, the wind began to blow hard somewhere during the afternoon. As I was eating dinner as the moon had taken its place in the sky, I heard noises coming from outside. Rustling leaves and what sounded like deers running, I assumed it was deers due to the sound I heard but when I looked outside I didn't see anyone or anything.
Around 2am in the middle of night, I began to hear sounds coming from outside. It sounded as if someone was moaning in pain. But the voice sounded as if it had belonged to a man. I kept the lights off and remained quiet. I listened carefully. Another sound began to exist next to the first. Only this time, it sounded as if it had belonged to a woman. I slowly took a small peek outside the window as I lifted up the curtain.
As the moonlight was the only light that existed in the dead of night, somewhere within the trees where people. I would have to say that there were about maybe ten or sixteen of them standing outside. From the position they were in, I was able to see that they were facing straight towards the cabin. Due to it being night I was not able to see the facial details of who were standing outside on my land. But after some minutes looking through the glass, slowly one by one they began moving, walking towards the opposite direction from where I was. But what had caught my attention was the way they had walked. The way they had walked was usually. They had limped walking away into the opposite direction in the darkness. In my best description, and in the right way to say it is that they were walking like zombies.
The next morning, I heard a knock at the door. To my surprise, I had recognized the man who was standing behind the front door: It was my friend Ethan’s father. His name was Jack. I allowed him in and sat him down but the look on his face showed that he was feeling some kind of misery. I asked him if everything was okay. 
“Your mom told me where you were. I came to speak to you about something.” He then took a sip from a water bottle that I offered him when he stepped inside.
“Do you by any chance remember that story my son had told you before-” He paused for a moment, but continued. “You know.”
“Yes, I remember The Body Eaters, right?” I replied. “Body Wanters.” I then asked, “w-what?” " That's what they're called, Bodywanters, not Body-eaters, that's such a bull-shit name." He had his head looking down at the surface of the table to where we sat, but after he said Body wanters, That's when he lifted his head and looked at me. “Those things were what took Ethan. Those . . disgrace of existence is what took my son!” He said. I was lost. I didn’t understand what he had meant by what came out of his mouth. “But Ethan said it was just a myth. That it was just a story-” Jack then interrupted me.
“It’s not just a story.” “How do you know?” “Because Ethan came back,” he said. “He came back as one of them. After what was about a week, He came by the front door, he was dirty. His clothes were covered in dirt. I hugged him but he hadn’t said a word when he came back. I had him cleaned up and everything. For the next few days, he didn’t go to school. I did my best to get him back on his feet. He hadn’t eaten.”
He then paused. “And then?” I asked.
He continued, “And then one night, I hear something from the living room, so I wake up to check. And,-” He paused for a moment. From the look on his face I could see that what he remembered completely terrified him. That’s when he kept going with his story:
“And I see his skin on the ground. It had been badly ripped, like the way a dog would tear a blanket. From behind me, I could hear something. I heard something growling and when I looked, there was something not human. It was large, it was pale and little bits of hair. Its eyes were black. Muscular. I was horrified. It then roared and sprinted towards me, I was able to dodge its attack and ran to my room and grabbed the shotgun from under the bed. When it came to my room it headed towards me and I fired at it.” I was lost for words.
"And these things, where did they come from?" I asked. I was fascinated by Jack for he had a way of telling a story. "Jack, where did these come from?” I asked.
“Well,” He said, “The myth is told apart from the bible, how before the devil became, well, the devil, he was one of God’s best angels, as most know, he had betrayed God, so God sent him away. Now, this is where our situation starts: in the myth, it is said that there was something else that saw what the angel did to betray God, and their being of existence was inspired to do evil. So it took bits of God’s power to create man but it was only able to make skin. And then, well, I think you know where these things landed.”
It's funny how memories work. Memories are linked to our emotions, physical sensations and to the environment we are involved in. Our memories can help us plan and guide our future and choices we make everyday. Long term memory can usually be stable and can go for as long as we love. Some people believe that we should be able to remember when we are first born, but some memories may not be conscious unless they are triggered by something or someone. Such things as returning to an old house you once called home in our early years and all of a sudden, the memory connects to your head. And then all of sudden, memories of certain events came to existence as flashbacks. There was once a child named Ethan Kables who went missing from my town I once called home, but soon after some years, he too had come back, but from his actions, he didn’t come back normal. I once had a childhood friend named Hana who too acted odd at times, and soon afterwards, I later found out that she wasn't really 'Hana'. And then there was a woman outside my house one night, and she too walked like the people of the previous night.
I'm sure Jack saw the expression on my face, but as thoughts raced through my head, he asked, "what, what is it?"
Before I could say anything, I had completely lost track of time when I noticed from one of the windows, the sun was setting, and night was beginning to set.
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2023.06.09 22:18 Quartz-crush Looking for advice

Hello! First time posting in here, looking for some advice on my current weight loss journey. I've tried a few times before in the last several years and always fell off of it, and I thought this time was working but I'm hitting a plateau after not much progress. Let me know if I need to provide more details..
I (29f, 5'5) started around 425 lbs, and began in mid-January this year. I use the Lose It! app for calorie tracking and while I have my off days for sanity, I am generally at or under my calorie limit. The app is set at the highest deficit, which should yield about 2lbs lost a week purely based on the math.
I go to the gym sometimes, but work and life are very busy and it is hard to make the time. When I do go, I stick to a little treadmill and mostly elliptical.
The past few weeks I have been hovering at 390-395, with the lowest being 389 about 3 weeks ago. I realize that there's a lot of little factors that affect weight and cause it to fluctuate. I only weigh in the morning and not every day.
The app has my calorie limit at about 2800 calories, which is a decrease from when I started as it changes with your progress. I have very few days I go over, and most days I am well under, in the 1500-2000 range.
I have all but completely cut out soda and drinks with sugar, sticking to zero sugar energy drinks for my caffeine fix and unsweetened tea or sugar free flavored watedrink mixes. Fast food is a minimum and when I do, I watch the calories. Mostly cooking at home and bringing homemade lunch to work, with dinner being my biggest meal. I tend to have several small low- calorie snacks throughout the day so I don't get as hungry, things like granola bars, apples, fruit snacks, string cheese. Lunch mains are usually simple sandwiches, soup, salads, or the small lunchables. Dinners vary a lot but I am meticulous about the calorie counts when I cook something thats not so simple, usually a meat and bread/pasta/potato side, or low calorie microwave meals if short on time.
All this to say, I feel like I shouldve made some progress in the last 3 weeks but I am stuck around 395ish. Am I doing something wrong? I realize I could exercise more but if I don't have time, shouldn't the calorie deficit be enough with my current weight? I looked at many different website calculators and they all say I need over 3000 a day to maintain my weight.
Any advice would be appreciated!
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2023.06.09 22:17 JunoDraws Cardiff foodies?

Cardiff foodies?
Hi folks
I'm interested in starting a small group / club of foodies, maybe we get together every couple weeks and one of us cooks something for everyone, maybe sometimes wr do a pot luck? I would love to try new cuisines and meet other people passionate about cooking. Ive been considering going into private catering, but I have a hidden physical disability, so I figured I'd start with a food club / see if ones about, and see how I handle that first?
I'm in my 20's, I am part of the LGBTQIA+ community, and one of my favourite ingredients to work with is chicken thighs, be them roasted w a skin on Mash and garlic roasted tomatos, or diced and fried in Chorizo fat for enchiladas.
(Pictured dishes I've cooked: steak, steak ciabatta w fresh Mozzarella and rocket,Japanese buttermilk fried chicken sando, chicken thigh shwarma w rosemary lemon potatoes, lemon turmeric olive oil loaf cake, pork belly tacos w roasted red pepper salsa, pomegranate, wild garlic , pickles and other toppings)
Diolch x
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2023.06.09 22:16 WamenRespecter7 I made Deckard's beef beef curry!!!

I made Deckard's beef beef curry!!!
It's really good although I may have mad it a little too spicy
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2023.06.09 21:53 doggrowth [FT] BIG DIY recipe sale!! [LF] Nook Miles Tickets

I have a bunch of DIY/cooking recipes to give away. DIY recipes cost 3 NMT and cooking recipes are just 1 NMT. Limit five recipes per person. I'm making deliveries only! Comment which recipes you want, get a dodo ready, and I'll DM when I'm reading to come over! I'll keep the list updated as I go.
DIYS (cost 3NMT)
Cooking recipes
AHH that's so many haha. Sorry for the long post, I hope y'all can find something!
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2023.06.09 21:27 drunkwilliammunny Trying to figure out my relatively minor health issues

I’m a mid-30’s male, 5’ 10”, 160 lbs.
I feel pretty good overall, but have a few issues that concern me:
  1. Dry eye - this started 5 months ago, never had this problem in my life. It’s mainly my left eye and comes and goes.
  2. Joint pain - my wrists, hands, fingers, and toes will flare up every now and then with pain. I also developed a volar ganglion cyst in my right wrist, but it is small and not painful.
  3. Had a lipid panel done recently:
Cholesterol - 277mg/dL Triglycerides - 61mg/dL HDL - 71mg/dL
Doctor immediately recommend I go on statins without any investigation into my diet or activity level.
For the past 10 months, a typical day of eating would be 2 eggs, cup of diced potatoes fried in tallow, glass of OJ, glass of milk with maple syrup or honey, 8 oz of beef, some fruit, cheese, another 12-16 oz of meat (beef, chicken, pork, or salmon), cup of rice with grass fed butter, and then another glass of milk with syrup/honey or some ice cream. 1-2 nights a week I’ll eat out and pretty much go off the diet which usually means eating bread and meat cooked in seed oils, maybe some random vegetables, but I stay away from fried foods.
I haven’t had a drink in the past 6 months and before that I had ~6 drinks/week. I don’t use any drugs, take medications, or supplements.
I work out ~4 days/week. Mostly squats, bench press, walking, sled work, and ab work.
I’ve read a little about dry eye and it basically sounds like it could be an autoimmune/allergy thing or a lack of omega 3’s/saturated fat in the diet. I started eat sardines and wild salmon once a week to try to increase omega 3’s about 2 months ago. Seen some improvement, but also could just be the changing of the season (it was worst during the dry winter).
Joint pain is minor, but it’s there and doesn’t seem right to me. Doctor said don’t worry about it. I’ll do ice baths for my hands and feet 3-5 nights a week to help with the pain.
Not very concerned about my cholesterol numbers, but they do seem quite high. I read somewhere that it could be a sign of thyroid problems. Not sure what I could do to improve thyroid health or what I could do to investigate further.
Any ideas are appreciated. Doctor was no help so I’m posting here and related communities to get different perspectives.
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2023.06.09 21:00 AutoModerator 10 Ways to Make Comfort Food Healthier

10 Ways to Make Comfort Food Healthier
Crisp, autumn days seem to require the kind of warmth that your favorite sweater just can't provide. When it's especially nippy, a warm bowl of soup or apple crisp may seem like better bets--despite the fact that these comforting dishes are fattening and high calorie.
Thankfully you can stay trim this fall without giving up your favorite homemade fare. While it may be hard to believe, there are loads of smart, calorie-slashing substitutions that can be made to fall recipes that will allow you to indulge without the guilt. Better yet, none of them will drastically alter the flavor of your food! Ready to fall into the flavors of autumn without expanding your waistline? We've rounded up a few genius ways to do it.
Why should kids be the only ones who can enjoy mac and cheese? Jessica Cording, a registered dietitian in New York, suggests adding pureed butternut squash or pumpkin into your cheese sauce, so you can dial back on the milk and cheese. Aside from eliminating some of the fat and calories, Cording's trick adds fiber along with potassium and vitamins A and C. "Because the flavor is so mild, even veggie-averse family members will be on board," she tells us.
There's a healthier way to get your pumpkin drink fix--and it doesn't involve going to Starbucks. To make a no-added-sugar version at home, blend unsweetened almond milk with a frozen banana, pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, and vanilla extract. For even more healthy and delicious ways to get in on the season's pumpkin frenzy, don't miss these 20 Pumpkin Recipes for Weight Loss.
Love meatloaf but hate its nutritional profile? Get your protein fix while decreasing calories and saturated fat by using turkey, lean grass-fed ground beef, or a combination of the two, in your recipe. "Because meatloaf is so versatile, you can change out the ingredients depending on the flavors you want," says Kim Larson, a Seattle-based registered dietitian. Mix in low-cal sources of flavors such as chipotle chilies in adobo sauce, canned green chilies, lentils, or sugar-free canned corn. And don't be afraid to pack your meatloaf with veggies--a trick that will allow you to use less meat. (Which can be a major money saver!) Chopped mushrooms, celery, and bell peppers all pair well with meatloaf in terms of flavor and bolster the vitamin power of the dish, too. Another trick we love? Swapping out nutrient-void breadcrumbs for oatmeal, which also just so happens to be one of these 15 Awesome Ways to Lose Weight With Oatmeal.
Classic tomato soup recipes call for high-calorie ingredients like butter and heavy cream. To make a skinnier version of the cozy elixir, Erin Macdonald, a California-based registered dietitian, suggests pureeing canned Roma tomatoes, a jar of roasted bell peppers, low-sodium veggie broth, and fresh basil. If you prefer a creamier texture, steer clear of the cream and add unsweetened cashew milk instead--a simple swap that you can actually use to make any thick soup more waistline-friendly. Why cashew milk? Aside from its rich texture and mild flavor, it gives you healthy fats, protein, fiber, and minerals such as magnesium and potassium, which help regulate blood sugar, explains Andy Bellatti, a registered dietitian from Las Vegas.
Studies show that people often think a dessert that contains fruit is healthier and lower in calories than those that don't--even though that's typically not the case. And apple crisp is no exception. True, there's fiber and vitamin C in the apples, but traditional apple crisp recipes also includes butter and sugar--big calorie bombs. "I recommend simply roasting apples with some cinnamon, vanilla extract, and lemon juice," says Amy Gorin, a registered dietitian in New Jersey, sharing her own recipe for the fall must-have. Still craving the cooling scoop of ice cream on top? Try Greek yogurt, which is lower in sugar and calories, but still offers the creamy texture you crave.
Creamy, buttery mashed potatoes can pack on calories and carbs, but not when you use cauliflower or a blend of turnips, rutabagas, parsnips, and carrots. Steam the veggies and mash them up with fat-free half-and-half, light cream cheese, low-sodium chicken broth, and a tablespoon of grass-fed butter. Larson recommends adding Parmesan or goat cheeses, too, because they add tons of flavor. Don't forget to add garlic, chives and thyme, to reap the benefits of their inflammation-fighting and flavor-boosting super powers.
Whether or not you realize it, your game day chili is probably a major calorie fest. Ax fat from your go-to recipe by using a lean protein such as chicken, turkey, or bison. To cut back on salt, select lower-sodium beans and canned tomatoes. Like to serve your chili over rice? Instead, opt for steamed greens or cauliflower rice, which can be made by grating or processing cauliflower and heating it with a touch of oil in a pan. Think that's creative? There are tons of other interesting ways to cook with cauliflower, and you'll find a number of them in our report, 17 Genius Ideas for Cooking with Cauliflower.
If baking with pumpkin is your autumn delight, check out this recipe for vegan pumpkin bread by blogger Jeanine of Love and Lemons. (We love that it swaps out eggs for heart-healthy ground flaxseed. ) Even if you don't want to forgo making your go-to rendition, you can healthify your recipe by sneaking in a cup of shredded zucchini, which just so happens to taste awesome with pumpkin.
Pizza is about as comforting as comfort food gets, but you don't have to make it with a cauliflower crust to boost its health factor. Instead, Jessica Fishman Levinson, a registered dietitian from New York, suggests using protein-packed chickpea flour to make something called farinata. It originated in the Mediterranean and is essentially an unleavened pancake made of chickpea flour, water, and olive oil. After it's baked, it can be served with pizza toppings so you can give into that craving for a slice a bit more sensibly. And to ensure your slice is a super healthy one, be sure to use one of the winning jars of pasta sauce from our exclusive report, The 40 Best and Worst Pasta Sauces--Ranke!
Can roasted veggies get any healthier? If you typically toss your produce with sugary sauces such made with brown sugar and maple syrup, most certainly, says Gorin. Instead, roast carrots, turnips and whatever else you like in pomegranate juice, which is packed with antioxidants and gives it a nice seasonal flavor. If you prefer a more savory dish try roasting your veggies in olive oil, sea salt, and herbs (like rosemary and oregano).
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2023.06.09 20:53 OpenQuestion_ Omelet and salad…

Omelet and salad…
Simple omelet: cooked on a cast iron pan with a tiny bit of Irish butter. It’s contains Knockanore cheese, scallions, tomatoes & thinly sliced smoked ham. Lettuce, tomatoes, a few slices of pickled beetroot and sliced pickled red onions, potato salad and topped with a splash of balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
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2023.06.09 20:21 West_Shoulder_533 Help! Need diet advice!

Help! Need diet advice!
I’m struggling to determine what protein is best for my almost seven month old French Bulldog. I rescued him (breeder was going to euthanize him because he was born with a cleft palette and cleft lip).
I know the breed is prone to many allergies and sensitives, but I’ve tried chicken, beef, and fish recipes. The chicken was cooked. The beef cooked and then Sunday’s which is an air dried (promoted clean) beef recipe. The salmon is Canidae Puppy salmon and sweet potato. He was doing great on Sunday’s and then in April 2023 he contracted Giardia and his gut just hasn’t been the same since.
I’m at a crossroads and just want to help my baby and get him on the right diet so he feels good, produces good stools, and his body is getting the nutrients it needs.
Does anyone have success with what proteins work best and the brands? I was going to try Ziwi Peak lamb & mackerel recipe and see how that goes. Feedback is greatly appreciated!
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2023.06.09 20:15 futilejester Chippy prices in Lancashire

Chippy prices in Lancashire
How does it compare to your local? In my mind cost of living is pretty decent here, but £15.50 for 2 fish, chips n curry… you either want it or you don’t I guess!
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2023.06.09 20:05 spade095 Struggling with feeling weird after a meal?

Hi everyone!
This might be kind of weird sounding, I’ve been searching for a word to describe how I feel a few hours after a meal, and the best I can come up with is weak/“flimsy”. I feel sort of empty, whereas if I give up because I feel so crappy and go back to a higher protein, animal based meal, I feel more… I don’t know, not flimsy lol. I feel stronger, and more like I have actual food in me that helps me feel better.
I don’t know if maybe I’m just not eating enough/enough protein or something? I make sure to have as many beans/lentils/etc that I can stomach, and enough carbs, and I just make sure to eat until I’m full, but not stuffed (though I’ve never truly felt stuffed eating this way). Breakfast I usually have oatmeal with fruit and some nuts, and feel amazing all day. Breakfast doesn’t seem to be a problem. Lunch and dinner, often times is a lentil and bean soup or chili, sometimes I’ll do a tofu stir fry or something, or if I’m lazy I’ll bake a sweet potato and top with beans, and some salsa and nutritional yeast, but I typically can’t eat a lot of beans in that kind of meal.
I’m sorry for the poor description, I just really can’t think of a way to properly describe this weird feeling. I get worried about my health so I end up going back to how I normally eat (mostly whole foods but including some animal products like milk in my coffee, some Greek yogurt some mornings, and meat/eggs fairly frequently), and I end up feeling better. But I do think wfpb is the best way to go. I just can’t seem to get over this weird feeling.
Any advice?
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2023.06.09 19:54 Morgellons-Live "Depression" article by Aajonus Vonderplanitz

(Appendix L) Most often, depression is caused by too much carbohydrate sugar and sugar byproducts in the blood, lymph and nerves. Carbohydrates made into blood sugar result, unfavorably, in high sugar byproducts, causing the blood, lymph and nerve serums to be sticky, causing reduced bodily functions and hypoglycemia.
Naturally, when too much carbohydrate sugar enters the blood, the pancreas produces insulin. Insulin helps regulate blood sugar levels by binding with sugars and turning them into glycogen which can be stored in the body and used later. When mutant sugars enter the blood, the pancreas overproduces insulin even if the blood sugar is low.
Refined sugars are mutations, including flash pasteurized products. They enter the blood too fast. When refined sugars are eaten, the body first tries to turn them into a more natural sugar. However, most of the sugar just passes into the blood as mutations. They over-stimulate the liver and pancreas. Eventually, bile and hormones, like insulin, bind with the sugars and leave the blood low in sugar (hypoglycemia). Over a period of time, this can lead to the eventual exhaustion of the pancreas (diabetes). Although it would take considerably longer, the same can result from eating too much raw fresh fruit and fruit juices.
The best way to resolve the blood-sugar problems that cause depression is to eat a lot of raw meat. When the body forms blood sugars from meat, the blood sugar is called pyruvate. The body's use of pyruvate results, favorably, in low sugar byproducts allowing clean body serums, including in the nerves.
For some people, simply changing to a raw diet, that includes lots of raw meat, relieves depression. For a few, adding only raw fats to their diet is the simple answer because without proper fat, proteins cannot be assimilated for many purposes. Eating raw meat with raw fat, and reducing fruit intake to once daily in the afternoon only, feeds the liver and pancreas, regenerates and rebuilds them and, over a period of many years, repairs them to where they cease to automatically over-dump sugar into the blood and over-produce insulin.
Another cause of chronic depression is too-low of bacterial levels throughout the body. When high levels of bacteria are present, proper detoxification occurs. Bacteria are janitors who consume organic cellular waste, keeping the body clean. When the body is low in bacterial levels, the body becomes overloaded with organic waste and toxins, causing cellular depression that is experienced throughout the body and mind, and expressed emotionally.
The low-bacterial cause of depression can be alleviated by eating stinky bacterially decomposing meat, as several cultures do, such as the Eskimo. The Eskimo call that meat "high" meat. Eating an ounce of high meat usually relieves depression in 10-20 minutes and may last for weeks. I demonstrated that there is no danger from eating meat with enormous amounts of bacteria on Ripley's Believe It Or Not (it first aired internationally on July 17, 2002). The recipe to make high meat is in my recipe book, The Recipe For Living Free of Disease.
A less favorable way to keep the blood sugar level balanced is to eat one cooked starch (like French bread, rice cakes, pasta, air-popped corn, baked or steamed potato) with lots of raw fat (like avocado, unsalted raw butter, no-salt-added raw cheese, raw cream, raw eggs, stone-pressed olive oil or fresh coconut) with a little fresh fruit. For people with severely overactive pancreases, that combination - in small amounts - may have to be consumed two to four times daily. However, the cooked starch always results in accumulations of sugar byproducts and toxins.
How the last recommendation works is that the cooked starch easily binds with excess insulin. Then the raw fat binds with the starch-insulin1 mass and escorts it to the bowels. The fresh fruit raises the blood sugar level to normal. Depression is gone or mitigated within forty minutes. However, many sugar byproducts and other toxins from the cooked starch accumulate in the body and could eventually cause disease.
1 If the fats reach temperatures above 104 degrees Fahrenheit, they have a greater tendency to store in the body and solidify instead of dumping into the bowels. Therefore, eating fats warmed above 104 degrees Fahrenheit is not suggested for optimal health."
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2023.06.09 19:43 OhohhDumpyWumpy How do you gain weight replenishably?

I know, I've seen many posts, but all of them just say eat butter and ice cream then when that's rotten go for fishing.
Well I'm in my 3rd month so perishable food is gone, non perishable chips and stuff are running low soon, and I'd need to go to different towns, but even that will run out after a bit.
In terms of fish i might be missing something, because all fish food i do is just inferior to anything else, I've tried roasts, stews, soups, cooking it just in itself but for example a full day of fishing and eating a medium and a small fish in one sitting barely got me to a maintain point in my weight gain/loss( along with a full to bursting breakfast)
Is there a way to prepare the fish better, am i just catching too small a fish?
(Also winter is around the corner so even fishing will cease to be an option if my knowledge of freezing waters is correct)
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2023.06.09 19:34 RazielShadow I'm tired of Bethesda cooking systems

Disclaimer: PS4 no mods.
First experience: Elder Scrolls Skyrim survival. Well, we have a game full of ingredients! Carrots, cabagges, tomatoes, potatoes... and all those alchemical ingredients too! OMG it will be so much fun...
95% of receipts require salt. And you can't combine your stuff. And non-cooked stuff only fills 1% of the value. It feels BAD having to search constantly for salt and having tons of ingredients you can't combine to eat. I ended up just buying food from people. Then I made a garden to farm wheat and milk -> butter to make cakes. Then I just got bored, discovered vampires can feed from drinking blood, and got amazed. Forgot cooking system. For what?
Second and current experience: Fallout 4 Survival. I'm loving this, of course. But we got half the same. Got tons of melons, pumpkins, potatoes, multifruits... what can I do with all of that? NOTHING because I don't have dirty water, and it feels BAD to keep searching it. Why can't I just mix vegetables or use the damn purified water! Why my empty bottle disappears, I HAVE A RIVER FULL OF DIRTY WATER!
Current goal? Search 3 more optic fibers to make the thing that infinitely removes radiation, then remove all my stuff in garden and just plant dozens of melons. And eat melons. Raw melons, all day. And then remove my radiation. Cooking to remove radiation? what cooking? There are more food ingredients to combine? But melon is objectively and literally the best one. Forgotten system again. I want to keep my garden with 5 different vegetables, because inmersion, but sounds super inefficient...
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2023.06.09 19:33 Honest_Supermarket_9 Help! - 7month old allergic reaction to uncommon allergens!

Hi everyone, my 7 month old has been on foods since 4 1/2 months. She’s had a few reactions here and there, one being a mango applesauce and the other we think Strawberry. But a few weeks ago I gave her Sweet potato- mashed , she’s had this before several times
A hint of garlic powder, she’s been exposed to garlic a number of times
Minced chicken- was making fajitas and cooked it with a bit of vegetable oil in a pan. No other spices. She’s had maybe 2 or 3 tiny pieces of chicken before.
She got bad, bad hives right after eating. I took her to the hospital and although the hives were severe she didn’t have other symptoms. We have an appointment with an allergy clinic in July and an epi pen on hand just in case.
My question is, what could it have been that caused it?
None of these are very common allergens so we are very confused, and she’s been exposed to them all before.
Any input or advice would be nice!
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2023.06.09 19:29 Olivesplace another lipton

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2023.06.09 19:28 Olivesplace more lipton

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2023.06.09 18:40 sopeworldian Is it not useable

Is it not useable
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2023.06.09 18:19 ItsJoe_YT Tell me your favorite candy/food

Mine is Reeses without a doubt. I will eat every Resses cup on the planet and not be tired of them.
Hey hey dudes. 22 year old from US here looking for a possible life-long friend (males only please!) Before I talk about myself I want to express that I want actual conversations where we ask each other questions and actually learn about each other. I don't like carrying the conversation myself
A little about me:
I suffer from depression and BPD, among some other shit I'm sure. I might go back to therapy soon for it. If you ever need someone to talk to, you're in good company bro ❤️
I have a girlfriend of almost 2 years so I'm not really interested in any gay/sus stuff really. You do you but it's not for me, sorry!
My humor has basically devolved into the most stupid shit. Like surreal deep-fried memes of grasshoppers is what makes me laugh for some reason. So if we get along well, expect a fuckton of this kind of stuff.
I'm really into music, especially Trivium, Avenged Sevenfold, Tool, Breaking Benjamin, Jinjer, Pearl Jam, Mac Miller, NF, I also play guitar, bass, and am t r y i n g to learn piano but I'm too stupid dumb dumb.
I have a big interest in technology, specifically computePC hardware, as well as video editing, since I used to do it as a side gig.
I love God of War, Minecraft, various horror games, etc. I like getting in a good workout but since I move appliances for a living I don't really need to anymore. I'm a huge foodie and love cooking anything new. My favorite thing to cook is probably Cajun chicken alfredo from scratch. It's always amazing. I also like just about any Gordon Ramsay show, specifically Hell's Kitchen, i could watch that shit for days at a time.
I watch quite a bit of YouTube but only a few of the same channels like Blarg, Soup, TheDooo, Mcnasty, Grizzy, Puffer, Good Mythical Morning, yada yada.
I have 4 dogs and a cat, and yes I have plenty pictures of them all. Their names are Winnie, Rocky, Bumpy, and Stumpy. The cat's name is Rosie.
I'm not particularly religious but idgaf if you are, just don't try to convert me. Same with smoking weed or drinking alcohol. I'm really a boring person for the most part but if you think I'm interesting, let's strike up a chat! If we get along well we can chat somewhere besides reddit!
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2023.06.09 17:43 Belmonda Simple Tricks Everyone Can Do to Make Groceries Last Longer

Simple Tricks Everyone Can Do to Make Groceries Last Longer
Grocery shopping is often the chore we least look forward to. Whilst buying your own food can be cheap, and a lot healthier than getting takeout, sometimes our groceries can go bad before we even get the chance to cook with them. To avoid unnecessary trips to the grocery store, we’ve collected a couple of quick and easy hacks that you can use to extend your food’s expiration date!
It seems as though lemons have a ton of use in keeping our foods fresh! Citrus juice is a natural preservative, so it’s no wonder that it’s so useful when it comes to keeping avocadoes from browning
If your snack has left you too full to finish a whole avocado, it can be stored by squeezing a bit of lemon juice on the exposed surface
The avocado is full of ascorbic acid, which the citric acid helps to keep at bay. The oxygen will react with the ascorbic acid before the avocado, meaning that your avo is safe for at least another day

During the ripening process, apples give off ethylene gas. This gas is tasteless and colorless, but it still can affect some of the fruits and vegetables growing around us. It’s important to keep in mind where you’re storing certain fruits and vegetables, and whether they are causing each other to rot quicker. However, the ethylene gas that apples give off actually helps potatoes
By storing an apple in a sack of potatoes, this can help potatoes from sprouting prematurely. It’s important to store them in a dark, cool area as the moisture can act as a catalyst for sprouting.

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