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[#] Sat May 08 2021 13:46:21 MST from eBear

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I want to learn to bake bread like everyone else during this pandemic. Unforunately, I'm at the age when consuming large quantities of carbs won't do anything good for me.

[#] Sun May 09 2021 16:09:44 MST from TheDave

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Sun Apr 25 2021 18:51:35 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

So... this is for real: 


Sat Apr 24 2021 05:47:24 MST from TheDave

My favourite Jesus is super jacked Korean Jesus that makes Arnold Schwarzenegger look like a wuss.

Today I cooked about 2 pounds of beef liver on my roasting pan.  I overcooked it a little because I'm not used to meat being that thin, but the flavour was just about right.  Next time it's getting a light bath of Worcestershire to enhance the flavour, but my basic default of salt pepper onion and garlic works for everything.  It was just about perfect.  If I'd left it in another half hour it would be jerky lol



 

LOL yeah I wasn't joking about it, definitely Best Jesus right there hahahaha



[#] Sun May 09 2021 16:12:53 MST from TheDave

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Sat May 08 2021 13:46:21 MST from eBear
I want to learn to bake bread like everyone else during this pandemic. Unforunately, I'm at the age when consuming large quantities of carbs won't do anything good for me.

Oh mean, yeah.  Hot fresh bread is the greatest, slathered in butter and honey.  I never was a very good baker, since I didn't have the patience and you can't adjust your recipe on the fly very well.  My brother did have a phase where he was making bread all the time, experimenting with his recipe, and he got really good at bread and noodles because of it.  Maybe one of these days I'll try that out, but it's more likely that I'll just buy a bread machine.



[#] Sun May 09 2021 22:54:18 MST from eBear

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I've gotten good enough for the basics: French bread, buttermilk biscuits (can you even call that bread?), and pizza dough. Maybe I'll sign up for that Masterclass on breadmaking...

[#] Mon May 10 2021 16:45:48 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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There was someone on Uncensored insisting that wheat based foods are peasant foods. 

Might be true... but *good* bread and a good hunk of cheese with a glass of water was a favorite meal of mine when I was a kid. Must have some ancestral memory from my family's time in the ghettos of England. :) 

  

Sun May 09 2021 22:54:18 MST from eBear
I've gotten good enough for the basics: French bread, buttermilk biscuits (can you even call that bread?), and pizza dough. Maybe I'll sign up for that Masterclass on breadmaking...

 



[#] Sat May 15 2021 10:54:18 MST from TheDave

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Mon May 10 2021 16:45:48 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

There was someone on Uncensored insisting that wheat based foods are peasant foods. 

Might be true... but *good* bread and a good hunk of cheese with a glass of water was a favorite meal of mine when I was a kid. Must have some ancestral memory from my family's time in the ghettos of England. :) 

  

Sun May 09 2021 22:54:18 MST from eBear
I've gotten good enough for the basics: French bread, buttermilk biscuits (can you even call that bread?), and pizza dough. Maybe I'll sign up for that Masterclass on breadmaking...

 



Peasant food is invariably the easiest, most nutritious, best for you stuff.  Beef Wellington is a pain in the ass to make and it's not even as good as just normal beef with a nice plain dinner roll.  I'll take a baked potato any day of the week, thanks.



[#] Sat May 15 2021 18:45:14 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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Evidently I'm a Protestant - because - just *reading* "Beef Wellington" made my mouth water for that tender, red-in-the-middle roast soaked in deep gravy. 

Although it is making me wonder what the difference was between "Beef Wellington" and "Post Roast". I think it may have just been the guests my grandmother had invited to dinner, or supper... relatively. 

 

Sat May 15 2021 10:54:18 MST from TheDave

 

Mon May 10 2021 16:45:48 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

There was someone on Uncensored insisting that wheat based foods are peasant foods. 

Might be true... but *good* bread and a good hunk of cheese with a glass of water was a favorite meal of mine when I was a kid. Must have some ancestral memory from my family's time in the ghettos of England. :) 

  

Sun May 09 2021 22:54:18 MST from eBear
I've gotten good enough for the basics: French bread, buttermilk biscuits (can you even call that bread?), and pizza dough. Maybe I'll sign up for that Masterclass on breadmaking...

 



Peasant food is invariably the easiest, most nutritious, best for you stuff.  Beef Wellington is a pain in the ass to make and it's not even as good as just normal beef with a nice plain dinner roll.  I'll take a baked potato any day of the week, thanks.



 



[#] Sun May 16 2021 08:55:12 MST from TheDave

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Beef wellington is wrapped in bread, or flaky pastry if you're fancy.  If it's a roast boiled in gravy that's a pot roast.



[#] Sun May 16 2021 09:52:59 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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Ah... but still covered in a gravy and pink inside... 

I'm pretty sure the proper English recipes are pretty same in the basics - and assuming my grandmother used the same gravy -ended up tasting similar. 


Sun May 16 2021 08:55:12 MST from TheDave

Beef wellington is wrapped in bread, or flaky pastry if you're fancy.  If it's a roast boiled in gravy that's a pot roast.



 



[#] Sun May 16 2021 10:02:40 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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Easy Individual Beef Wellingtons - Grumpy's Honeybunch



[#] Tue Jun 01 2021 13:30:12 MST from Wangiss <wangiss@wallofhate.com>

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Did you say liver? What's up with that? Do you just like it or did the doc prescribe iron, or what?

I'm not into organ meats yet, despite the reported benefits. Something is bound to throw me over the line eventually.



[#] Wed Jun 02 2021 18:26:46 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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Liver is a strange meal. It makes your house smell like piss when you're cooking it, and honestly, has a bit of a piss-like odor itself even after cooked. Which is why it is best drenched in a thick, rich meat gravy. 

My mother would cook it several times a year. It is... um... there is a texture to it - like most organs. It is very coarse and grainy and dense for a meat. Heart is similar. I didn't mind it when I was a kid - but it wasn't my favorite. It is almost *gamey* in the sense that it is absolutely a tougher and stronger tasting meat than most people are used to. 

I suppose I still eat things like Kidney Pie - English kind of organ meals that again - rely on a LOT of gravy, potatoes, peas, carrots and little tiny diced pieces of meat. I'm fairly food adventurous compared to most Westerners - but pretty picky compared to Asians and a lot of "ethnic" cultures. 

 



[#] Thu Jun 17 2021 05:55:14 MST from TheDave

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Tue Jun 01 2021 13:30:12 MST from Wangiss <wangiss@wallofhate.com>

Did you say liver? What's up with that? Do you just like it or did the doc prescribe iron, or what?

I'm not into organ meats yet, despite the reported benefits. Something is bound to throw me over the line eventually.



Like Donny says, liver is a bit gamy but if you're into that (and I definitely am) it's extremely high in vitamins and very low in fat.  It's a great way to get protein.

I bought a 10 pound flat of it so now I have like 4 ziploc sandwich bags full of frozen liver for whenever I get that craving again.

You could think of it as meat with extra blood, lol



[#] Thu Jun 17 2021 07:24:53 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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Most organs are this - right... dense meat with extra blood - that have a taste that slightly reflects their organ function. 

That is the *problem* with liver - we all know the function it serves in the body. :) 

But prepared right - who cares? 

 

Thu Jun 17 2021 05:55:14 MST from TheDave

 

Tue Jun 01 2021 13:30:12 MST from Wangiss <wangiss@wallofhate.com>

 

You could think of it as meat with extra blood, lol



 



[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 14:32:49 MST from Wangiss <wangiss@wallofhate.com>

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My wife is drinking juice for two meals a day and a healthy dinner and has lost 20 pounds since January. We're moving on to one juice, one smoothie, and a healthy dinner. She has slow digestion, so this is helping tremendously to get the nutrients into her blood and sustain her energy without the digestive discomfort of the American Diet.

Super happy about this. Thought I'd mention it. 



[#] Wed Jun 30 2021 11:35:16 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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I responded really well to Keto. Dropped from 209 to 178... never broke 175, which was my goal. 

It did nothing for my wife, so she switched us back to a more carb heavy diet - and I've put on some weight. 

But, I just need to take personal responsibility and make my meals Keto friendly - but... it is hard to skip the carbs when they're right there. I like pasta. I like burgers. 

 

 

Tue Jun 29 2021 14:32:49 MST from Wangiss <wangiss@wallofhate.com>

My wife is drinking juice for two meals a day and a healthy dinner and has lost 20 pounds since January. We're moving on to one juice, one smoothie, and a healthy dinner. She has slow digestion, so this is helping tremendously to get the nutrients into her blood and sustain her energy without the digestive discomfort of the American Diet.

Super happy about this. Thought I'd mention it. 



 



[#] Sat Jul 03 2021 00:32:02 MST from ASCII Express

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I went gluten-free after finding out about the anti-inflamatory diet. First I cut out refined sugar and white flour and it went from there.

[#] Sun Jul 04 2021 10:11:05 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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I don't have a problem with cutting the foods out as far as experience, or flavor  - it is that it is so difficult to do as far as finding food that doesn't have these things in it. 

People who do it always say, "It isn't that difficult." 

BS. Your tolerance for dealing with what you have to do versus having this diet is higher than mine. Convenience rates very high with me. 

 

Sat Jul 03 2021 00:32:02 MST from ASCII Express
I went gluten-free after finding out about the anti-inflamatory diet. First I cut out refined sugar and white flour and it went from there.

 



[#] Mon Jul 12 2021 16:56:42 MST from ASCII Express

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I know what you mean. According to those who have done the GF thing longer, it has gotten easier at least. I'll settle for that.

[#] Tue Jul 13 2021 09:47:22 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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Without a doubt - after a couple of weeks on Keto, if you go back to a bun with your burger, it makes you feel slow and bloated and tired. 

 

Mon Jul 12 2021 16:56:42 MST from ASCII Express
I know what you mean. According to those who have done the GF thing longer, it has gotten easier at least. I'll settle for that.