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I think 4chan should make a new board for recreational drugs and alcohol. I see weed threads, booze threads and drug threads everywhere and they really don't fit in well in any board other than maybe /b/. If we had a substance thread then everyone could talk about brewing and growing and smoking and drinking and pills and psychedelic trips and whatnot. I hate to say that booze and weed threads are shitting up our boards because that would be hypocritical, I drink and smoke and sometimes contribute to those threads. But I can understand /ck/ooks being upset about tobacco and booze and weed threads on /ck/, I'm sure they are all over other boards as well.
Mr. Moot, I propose that we make a substance thread which will attract and funnel these out of place threads all over 4chan. It would be beneficial to us folk who indulge in our vices as well as being beneficial to the folk who want nothing to do with these things and are tired of seeing the drug and booze threads popping up all the time.
Mr. Moot, if you see this thread I hope you would consider my proposition. IMO it would be beneficial to our community.
Best of luck sir,
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I work at a pizza buffet, and my manager recently changed our dough recipe from containing olive oil (polyunsaturated fat) to liquid butter-flavored margarine (liquid and partially hydrogenated soybean oil). I've been reading some about these hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated oils, apparently, when you consume partially hydrogenated oils, your body stores them in fat cells, and the fat cells then cannot absorb any good oils such as polyunsaturated fat. This makes your body build new fat cells for the next fat your body needs to store, making you fat.
now, everybody I work with calls this liquid butter flavored margarine "butter" (pronounced budd-erh) even though it is NOT.
they are also stupid. I put in my two weeks because I won't serve this bullshit to people who don't know it is there, but I didn't say that was why I put in two weeks. Yesterday, they were kissing my ass and telling me they'd do anything for me to stay because I'm such a good worker. How can I convey this point of view to them without confusing them or getting a response like: "well, duh, fat makes you fat."
also, they won't read or research.
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So, I have to make like 200 meatballs for a function on Saturday.
Problem is, my meatballs always come out dry, flavorless, or fall apart. Or all 3.
I thought about making them like mini-meatloafs with fresh bread and milk instead of just breadcrumbs and eggs. But I'm not sure if they would stay together.
Also, I firmly believe that browning them in a pan ruins them.
Can you hook me up with some tips or recipes that are confirmed good and not just googled shit?
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ok so here it is.
i just got let off work 4 hours early, and i want to actually make food (with my schedule, i have no free time from 10AM-9PM with work and school).
what should i make? i'm honestly up for anything- i havent had the chance to cook recently. however, i'd prefer if it wasn't too much of a pain in the ass to make (like, say, battering and frying something). oh and nothing too exotic, i'll be shopping at publix so general grocery store fare is fair game.
it would also be cool if it was something i could make a lot of and save leftovers, but that's not really necessary.
so, co/ck/suckers, what should i make for dinner tonight? will provide pics if i am talented enough to not fuck the whole thing up!
pic sort of related- i [successfully] made alfredo sauce the other day for the first time. was a bit surprised when i realized that it becomes as thick as cream cheese when refrigerated, haha.
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i am hungry as fuck, and i am craving eggs benedict, but have neither english muffins nor ham..
i want something more than just eggs and hollandaise, but i am at a loss.
also, if you haven't tried, you can make hollandaise with vegetable oil (olive and such).
so if you don't want to eat ten tons of butter, its a healthy alternative - and equally delicious (i actually prefer the olive flavor the oil imparts)