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I'm working as a Starbucks barista (technically a barnes and noble employee, I just work at the starbucks there) Ask me any questions you want.
Some things to get out the way though
There's no such thing as a iced cappuccino, if someone asks for it, either we tell them that or we serve them a iced latte (or both). The reason why there's no such thing as a iced cappuccino is because it requires foam which goes away if it gets cold and creates a breeding ground for bacteria and shit.
The two biggest bitches to make are the cappuccino and the caramel macchiato.
Caramel macchiato isn't really hard or anything, it just takes a while, which is annoying when there's a large line.
Cappuccino isn't really hard to understand or anything, it just takes more practice to get down since it's very easy to screw it up since you have a smaller timeframe to perform it. There are two types of people who order cappuccinos, people who don't know jack shit about coffee and get pissed because this isn't what they expected and people who big coffee lovers and expect it to get done perfectly.
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>Recently, Mississippi researchers found out why: two nuggets they examined consisted of 50 per cent or less chicken muscle tissue, the breast or thigh meat that comes to mind when a customer thinks of "chicken."
>The first nugget was about half muscle, with the rest a mix of fat, blood vessels and nerves. Close inspection revealed cells that line the skin and internal organs of the bird, the authors write in the American Journal of Medicine.
>The second nugget was only 40 per cent muscle, and the remainder was fat, cartilage and pieces of bone.
What does /ck/ think about our beloved chicken nuggers?
Need high protein recipes!
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I had several health problems (you know, being overweight, having worring amounts of fat in blood...), I went to some medics and nutrition experts, and the nutrition experts gave me mostly shitty advice, and then I decided to do my own thing.
Except it is not tasty!
Today I will go to the super market, if noone give me any ideas, what I will do every night this week is eat a can of tuna (I mean, the tuna, not the can, I want protein, not steel).
But if someone has any ideas of very low carb but high protein stuff that a person without much time, living alone that has a very shitty shared kitchen can do, I would appreciate!