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/ck/, I hate, hate, hate the taste of meat, but I'm getting tired of being called one of those pussy vegetarians, especially since I'm not avoiding meat for health/morality/whatever shitty reason vegetarians give. I just dislike the taste of meat.
How do I get used to the taste of meat? Is it just one of those things that if you eat it enough, you'll like it?
SOrry about the image. It's unrelated.
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I feel kind of dumb for posting this, but I can't find a hint of information on what I'm looking for.
Basically, I love green tea and want to find a find a faster way of brewing it than using the sun like I usually do. I drink about a half gallon a day, and I like to drink it cold like iced tea.
I want to make a half gallon on the stovetop, but I'm unsure of a few things; how many tea bags to use, how much water to boil and how much water to add to the finished brew and how long I should boil etc.
Does anyone have a good stovetop green tea brewing method for a half gallon?
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I recently bought one of these, and I wouldn't regret it in a lifetime. Fresh juice from it is delicious and lovely in the morning.
However, I have no fucking idea what to do with the fruit / vegetable pulp. I have though maybe I could make a creamy spread, but I have no idea how to do it. It seems like such a shame to throw away all that good-looking pulp, so I have it all frozen (only bought it yesterday).
Any ideas what I should do with the pulp? If you have recipes, that'd be awesome too because I'm a newbie cooker.