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No matter what I eat, I'm always hungry. I had a pretty big bowl of sesame rice with tofu, liver and spinach, a couple of oranges and I'm still hungry. It's always like this, I can't stop thinking about food. I can chow down a whole bunch of chocolate bars and still have room for more. I'm always restraining myself and thankfully I'm not putting on any weight (5'6ft and 111pounds) but I'm worried I'm going to get pretty fat. What kinds of foods make you really, really full? It's really bad when I'm out eating with friends, 10 minutes after my meal I go and um...poop and then I'm peckish again. After 20 minutes I get quite hungry all over again. I once ate 7 full piled on plates at an all you can eat buffet within 1 hour, it was horribly embarrassing.
ITT: Brisket Burgers
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So I've been thinking about what I want to submit for the /ck/ challenge of burgers.
I reckon most people who actually know how to cook will know how to make a good burger, so I want to take it up a notch.
I've been floating some ideas around:
- Brisket Burger. Slow cooked brisket, on a bed of tomatoes, lettuce. Served with a quick pickled Chinese cabbage.
- Tuna tartare burger, open faced burger, diced tuna seasoned with soy sauce, wasabi, sesame oil, mirin, lime juice; topped with grated ginger, green onions and toasted nori. Served with a salad of thinly sliced cucumbers, carrots and finely diced shallots, tossed with Asian style sweet and sour dressing.
- Lobster tail burger, essentially a lobster roll in burger form.
- Pan seared salmon burger
- Oyster burger (can't find decent oysters, gave up)
What do you guys think about my ideas, any thoughts from you guys on what you'd do for this challenge?
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New York Times just did an expose on ag-gag legislation. For those that don't know, the meat, dairy, and egg industries are trying to pass bills in many states that would make undercover investigation illegal, in order to hide their dark secrets from the public.
Making it illegal to film in factory farms isn't bad simply for animal welfare, but for human health too. In the past, undercover footage has revealed practices in the industry that are bad for consumers. Using sick, diseased cows in our beef, etc. It has also lead to arrests and lawsuits.
If undercover footage were illegal, there would be no way for the public to know the reality of what's in their meat. The entire industry would become practically 100% self-monitored.
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so I just took a deckhand job on a tugboat.
among my many duties, I have to cook most meals.
what are some good things to make that I can walk away from, and don't require 100% attention?
I am no stranger to nautical work, or the kitchen, and I know that distraction is going to happen, and I still want to make good food like at home.
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So, to protect the defenseless, I will not name the grocery chain I took issue with. Long story short, went to the store and saw some nasty fucking produce that had just been put out that day. I bitched about it to the night stock manager and he had the balls to say that it wasn't his fault and that he would tell someone about it, but it still wasn't his fault. Well, it is his fault, because there was nasty shit sitting around the store for the last week, and if I saw it, I'm sure he did. I told him, and he should have thrown the nasty shit out. I sent an email to his company and dude bitched me out tonight because he got yelled at. He mentioned his family as if I should feel bad. How about the families that could get food poisoning from the rotten food? Anyhow, personal accountability in food services thread, please discuss.