Diversity/ Immigrants appreciation thread
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I fucking love foreign people and immigrants. They can come live in my neighborhood and I can eat their food.
Where do you live, and do you have a high population of immigrants of some kind or another that cook delicious things? Where are they from? Any characteristics of your particular region make it into the ethnic cuisine?
I live in Oakland and we have ridiculous amounts of diversity. Within a couple miles of each other, we have a chinese neighborhood, a cambodian area, a vietnamese area, an arab area, and an ethiopian area. Obviously, we also have a ton of mexicans too.
Feels good to be able to get a huge range of cheap ethnic food easily. Feels fucking good.
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It's bread and soup day. Which means it should be time for a great tasting low-calorie meal.
But uh-oh, what is this? Someone decided that it would be a good idea to experiment a little with this otherwise pretty safe combination. I'm making bread rolls. With whole wheat grains, cream, yoghurt, honey, brown sugar, yeast, baking powder, normal flour, wholegrain rye flour, strawberry flavoured protein powder, eggs, oats, linseeds, sunflower seeds, fresh parsley, rosemary and basil. It's been in the oven for 10 minutes now, and smells kind of normal. What do you think will come out of it?
As for the soup, I'm using a Turkish instant soup, and I have no idea what's in it.
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So I have some beef that says "Best before Feb. 17" on it, now it doesn't look too bad, so it should be okay, right? It isn't really that red anymore, it's a little brown, but if I cook it well enough it should be alright to eat, correct? Pic unrelated