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HuastecoOtaku wrote:

I hated pork when I was growing up but now I like pork rinds.
They're so bad for you though :v


As long as you don't eat them every other day, you're fine. I make my own lard for cooking by slicing up pork fat and slowly heating it over the stove. After most of the fat has been extracted, you're left with these crunchy bits that are basically fried lard. I get a little container of the gooey kind of soy sauce as a dip and sprinkle a bit of sugar over the bits. So bomb. I can eat them by the handful.

Lard is one of the tastiest cooking oils, too. My frequent breakfast is a bowl of hot rice mixed with egg yolks, a bit of lard, and some soy sauce.
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Morbidhanson wrote:


HuastecoOtaku wrote:

I hated pork when I was growing up but now I like pork rinds.
They're so bad for you though :v


As long as you don't eat them every other day, you're fine. I make my own lard for cooking by slicing up pork fat and slowly heating it over the stove. After most of the fat has been extracted, you're left with these crunchy bits that are basically fried lard. I get a little container of the gooey kind of soy sauce as a dip and sprinkle a bit of sugar over the bits. So bomb. I can eat them by the handful.

Lard is one of the tastiest cooking oils, too. My frequent breakfast is a bowl of hot rice mixed with egg yolks, a bit of lard, and some soy sauce.


In Mexican cuisine they leave a little bit of meat on the fat and fry the hell out of it.
We eat them with beans and salsa.
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I never thought I would like Liver but now I adore it especially chicken livers if they are fried, or in soup. I would try a lot of stuff since I'm a big fan of the travel channel shows like Bizzare Foods and also some food network ones like Chopped, but their are some things I don't like such as mushrooms I don't like these with a passion. Something I don't ever wanna try is Frog Legs.
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If I had the skill or money for good food, I would take it.

Unfortunately, ramen everyday does start to taste a bit stale after a while.
Posted 8/14/15
Steak and mashed potato. Have not tried to eat them... until i went on this camping trip, and that place made a nice plate of them with gravy and peas. And i started to like it.

Tea. I never drink tea... but since i started working, i drink them at home now, 2 or 3 cups a day. It's relaxing. I only like green tea though or raspberries. Not black tea. I don't want my teeth to go brown.
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GayAsianBoy wrote: Steak and mashed potato. Have not tried to eat them... until i went on this camping trip, and that place made a nice plate of them with gravy and peas. And i started to like it.

Tea. I never drink tea... but since i started working, i drink them at home now, 2 or 3 cups a day. It's relaxing. I only like green tea though or raspberries. Not black tea. I don't want my teeth to go brown.

About steak and mashed potatos, you most have liked it better since of all the fat and heavy feeling from all that when being outside and maybe really hungry?

Tea oh tea, yeah find some good leaves then we are on the right track, omg brown teeth?!
Posted 8/15/15

Freddy96NO wrote:


GayAsianBoy wrote: Steak and mashed potato. Have not tried to eat them... until i went on this camping trip, and that place made a nice plate of them with gravy and peas. And i started to like it.

Tea. I never drink tea... but since i started working, i drink them at home now, 2 or 3 cups a day. It's relaxing. I only like green tea though or raspberries. Not black tea. I don't want my teeth to go brown.

About steak and mashed potatos, you most have liked it better since of all the fat and heavy feeling from all that when being outside and maybe really hungry?

Tea oh tea, yeah find some good leaves then we are on the right track, omg brown teeth?!


You're probably right. And the fact that there is no food around for hours since it was a desolate place. So had no other choice but to eat that dinner.

Maybe not brown, but very stained yellow.
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i have the opposite. i started not being able to eat two things i loved. raw oysters and clams. i used to farm them and swallow em whole straight out of the bay (or the upwellers). now i cant even have them in my mouth. i immediately start to gag. it has become very disconcerting. i can still eat them cooked.
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I was at my friend's house a few years ago and she was nice enough to offer me dinner. She had some leftover scalloped potatoes in the fridge and I said I would eat them. Five minutes into eating them:

Me: Oh, these are really good!
Friend: They're nothing special.
Me: No, they're really good! I like them and I don't like scalloped potatoes.
Friend: Then why did you eat them?!
Me: I wanted to see what your scalloped potatoes tasted like.

I keep relearning this key lesson: I really like home made food. I mean the stuff made from actual vegetables and fresh ingredients, not from boxes or cans. If I can eat something directly from a garden it tastes even better.
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Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote: Friend: Then why did you eat them?!
Me: I wanted to see what your scalloped potatoes tasted like.

I keep relearning this key lesson: I really like home made food. I mean the stuff made from actual vegetables and fresh ingredients, not from boxes or cans. If I can eat something directly from a garden it tastes even better.
Why did you eat them?!
Well some food is better canned or stored, most used like beans or tomatos, ananas or something else.

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Freddy96NO wrote:

Why did you eat them?!
Well some food is better canned or stored, most used like beans or tomatos, ananas or something else.



I like fresh tomatoes better than canned, but most of the time I have to settle for canned tomato because lately the tomato crops haven't been getting enough sun so they don't have any flavour. T-T

Other than that, we have to buy canned pineapple (ananas) because I can't eat a whole pineapple without the acidity hurting my mouth. As for beans, I've never had fresh beans. We buy dried instead of canned because they're much cheaper, even though you have to soak them overnight before using them. I wonder what they would taste like if they weren't dried or canned (you still have to cook them though, because some uncooked beans can make you sick).
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Dark_Alma wrote:

I really never came up with that problem. I want to try pretty much every food I can... So I do it!

I have eaten foods from insects to blood sausage to pickled herrings (urgh... I hate that stuff) all the way to stuff like zebra and ostrich! I even eat regular food some times!

I never judge a food before I eat it... or I try not to at least!


Same policy as this guy right here. Think about it after I've eaten it. Means that you live each meal to the full extent of it.
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Posted 8/18/15
My mum makes the best devils food cake!
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Up to a few years ago, I could never imagine myself eating dishes on soy basis. But I gave it a try and now a major part of my diet consists of soy. It's astounding how many different tastes you can make out of it, depending on fabrication and seasoning.
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