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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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Every fucking time. Everytime I cook rice in my rice cooker it's always slimy. I read the directions and go online to see how to do it and yet, always wet and slimy NEVER sticky.
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yumyum beef flavour ramen. this stuff makes my throat burn in a odd way that makes me cough. I cannot eat this sht and its not the chili. sadly I bought a whole carton. what do?
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How do I even roast beef sammich?

learning to cook

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hey /ck/ i have never really cooked anything before, and would love to learn to cook. i am starting a new relationship and dont want to put pressure on her to cook anything for me, is there any simple yet impressive meals that i could learn to cook? preferably something that doesnt take too long to cook. thanks in advance.
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>you will never own a big artsy-fartsy italian bistro in NY were you make italian hommade like food, and wood oven pizzas. >you will never own a small, charming but incredibly succesful restaurant in the outsides of rome/france.
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What are some ways to flavor couscous? I have four servings of it, I'm seeing my girlfriend soon and I would like to cook some for her, seeing as the last time we had it I just used the flavoring from the box we had.
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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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Why are senbei so fucking delicious?
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heya /ck/, kitchen amateur here but really getting into cooking daily dinner mostly from scratch for myself. simple stuff so far - basic sauces, meats (everything - reds, poultry, fish), etc. i guess my main tool so far is a frying pan, and i'm beating the poor bastard up. also, it's my roommate's. he's got a full set of cookware but it's some cheap, cracked-teflon stuff from probably 15-20 years ago. what would be a nice frying pan (or are the shallow, round-sided ones called saute pans? too many damn names) to replace the one he's got that i'm currently helping put in the grave? doesn't seem to be any consensus on what a good "universal" one is. hard-anodized aluminum? uncoated stainless steel? any ol' cheapo you can replace easily? not sure i'm cook enough to handle the cast irons you all talk about.
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/ck/ I'm buying candy on the internet so I can get fatter. Any recommendations. Just got 5 pounds of gummy bears on Amazon.
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Post your worst experiences with complaining customers and/or people who you have eaten out with. >Work in a restaurant, customer orders well done steak >Complains meat is tough, chewy >Complains steak is smaller than rare steak ordered at same table >whut?
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>decide to watch a cooking show >i'm gonna make a nice little >with a bit of lovely >its gonna be beautiful
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Hi, /ck/ I need some help. Currently deciding between two jobs. What do you think is the better option: 1. Sous chef at a country club. -40 mins away, rural roads -full time. -11 am - 9 pm, at least 5 days a week. Some days start at 8. -mostly banquet style service. -lots of old people -pretty easy job. Maybe boring. Seems pretty steady, though. -head chef admits to shitty food because the old club members are so set in their ways -hourly wages for first 60 days, then moved to salary - if I take this job ill move to the more rural area, out of the ghetto I'm in now. Or 2. Line cook, pastry/gm cook at an upscale trendy restaurant -20 mins city driving - tiny kitchen -busy. All a la carte -more intimidating and challenging - 5-10 hours of over time weekly - hourly for first 90 days, then pay raise. No salary - good reputation - potential to switch around positions, including working a food truck -no title of "sous chef", so that won't carry over on a resume. Ill probably end up making more money at the country club. Not sure. Neither place is very straight forward. What would you do?


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Can we talk about tea? Green tea, black tea, white tea, all sorts of tea your favourite tea and how t drink it porcelain-cup, steel-cup or glass? with sugar/without? would you like some milk with that? >I take mine pure
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What's the best way to warm up wine? I put a bottle of red outside and it ended up being too cold to drink. I'd put it near the radiator but it's 2am and in my house they turn off heating at 11pm

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