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My throat gets extremely dry after drinking coffee or tea. It helps if milk is added to it but it still gets dry after washing it down with water. > coffee and tea contain compounds that make your mouth feel dry. The sensation is called astringency, and when it's major, your mouth actually can feel puckered. In wine and strong tea, it's the tannins that can turn your mouth and throat into the Mojave . In coffee, it's the chlorogenic acid, which is beneficial to your health. Your green tea at sufficient strength probably would be just as drying. Anyone else like this? There's nothing to drink when hanging out with friends since I don't enjoy alcohol.

Is green tea good past the expiration date?

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I have a box of green tea that I plan to use (the exact kind pictured to the left- Costco's Kirkland brand), but I bought it many moons ago... The expiration (best by) date says 10/02/12. Is it still good? Will it hurt me to drink it? Also, I have never made green tea before. How does one drink it (what does one mix/add to it)? Thanks.
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just got back from the grocery store, but i noticed something interesting on my way out. there was a sign that said "if you are under 18, it is illegal to buy, consume, or attempt to purchase alcohol including beer, wine, etc....." I didn't read the whole thing because i didn't want to stand at the door. this perplexed me, though, since i thought that it was under 21 in the US? I'm in Ohio and am 20 years old, i'd like to buy some beer sometimes and i don't really want to ask someone to get it for me, but i was still waiting it out a few months until my birthday. does anyone know the laws of ohio more specifically for legal drinking age? I'm sort of afraid to just plop some beer on the cashier conveyor, figuring they'd probably fine me or something stupid like that for attempted purchase of an alcoholic beverage.
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Hey /ck/ If I took some keilbasa, and some chicken tenders, and some ground meat, and put it in a blender or food processor and mashed it together, could I make burger patties out of them?
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First time here on /ck/, wanna surprise the family with dinner tonight--I'm thinking of making some simple chicken and white rice. Any suggestions on what I should season the chicken with, tips on when to tell rice is properly done, and are canned vegetables (peas, carrots, etc.) any good on adding in, or would they be too mushy? Is it better to dice the chicken first and cook it or to throw the chicken in a skillet and then dice it after it's cooked? I'm in a rather low-income family, so I can't exactly pull fresh herbs and spices from the ether, so I'm looking to start with the bare minimum and work up to something better. Sorry to bother, and thanks for any help.
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Sup /ck/ Fast food bro back from taco bell. Isn't it beautiful?
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Hi /ck/ curiousfag here askin a question If you took x amounts of a vitamin, how many percent would your body absorb?
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Hey /ck/ What spices go into making Chili? I usually just buy those packets at the grocery store to cover the essential spices, but that stuff always makes it too thick. I want that soup kinda chili, and that stuff is for like fritos and hotdogs. I usually have to compensate by adding double the tomato sauce or adding a can of juice and more beans or something. But I just wanna cut out the middle man and make it without relying on the packet that probably adds some kind of thickening agent to make it that way. So ... what goes into chili? I'm not an idiot and can already guess chili powder, but there's got to be more than just that.
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Is there a generic term or slang for a venue's specialty shot?
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I miss these :( Arby's Market Fresh just doesn't compare...

Drink mixing

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Hey /ck/, I come to you in my time of need. I have been put in charge of mixing drinks and getting drinks for a party my friend is having. Can anyone provide me with a list of good drinks to mix and what i need for them. I prefer quantity over quality. >tl;dr i need drinks for a bunch of non-heavy drinkers. What do >Pic related. I need drinks like this.
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Oven chips are so much nicer fried, how many times can I reuse the oil? otherwise it gets expensive
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Does anybody have any recommendations for good books about drink mixing/bartending? I like to be the guy who mixes everyone's drinks at gatherings or when I have people over and I'd like to learn how to make some more complicated things than a well poured jacks and coke.
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Is there a guide to oven heating? how do i know if it should cook at 225F or 450F?

fucked up stories

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>wake up early in the morning >want to make a sandwich >there is no mayo
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I recently acquired about 750g of Strawberries under the false pretense that they were gonna be nice and sweet. Unfortunately they are quite bitter so I was wondering what the hell I can cook with 750g of Strawberries. Halp me /ck/!


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Hello co/ck/s, I live in a college dorm with a common kitchen. There's four floors between me and the kitchen, and I have to keep my kitchen supplies in the common kitchen. My solution - after having $20 of cookware stolen, and even more used and abused - was to put a padlock on the one cabinet where I keep my things. I went away for the weekend, and when I came back, I came back to a busted cabinet and ~$80 of missing food and broken dishes and pans (most of them aren't shown here). Now, I'm a laid-back person - but I have my limits. I don't need to tell you that this is one of them. I need ideas; good ideas. Ways to respect the common room in the same way that they respect the kitchen - which is not at all. There's four things in the room that other people use: >The vending machines >The fridge >The couches (they're shit) >The TV (it's shit) What can I do to these things without breaking them that'll fuck with people.
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If you stick your finger in your butt and smear the residue on a hard boiled egg, it seems the smell is still potently there but even the smallest nibble on the egg with the smear is completely neutralized. Quite an amazing discovery this moment right now...
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Any WholeFags here? What's it like working there? (I start next week)
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Hey /ck/. Let's say, hypothetically, I bought some fresh green olives, in a jar of oil, some time ago, and placed them delicately in the back of my fridge. About how long after that day would it be recommended not to eat those olives, and about how long after that day is it absolutely essential that I do not eat those olives? Thanks.

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