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    Posted on 17:05:59 - 30/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    Boiled peanuts.  Nothing like a little wet cardboard to tide you over.

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    Posted on 21:47:39 - 10/09/18 (5 years ago)
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    Pickled Onions & Hot Sauce
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    Posted on 21:55:12 - 10/09/18 (5 years ago)
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    Get a piece of cauliflower and blue cheese.  Wrap them up in piece of aluminium foil and throw it on the grill.  Let the cheese melt over the cauliflower and enjoy. 
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    Posted on 22:16:32 - 10/09/18 (5 years ago)
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    Judge_Doom [2140277]

    Get a piece of cauliflower and blue cheese.  Wrap them up in piece of aluminium foil and throw it on the grill.  Let the cheese melt over the cauliflower and enjoy. 
    wow that sounds delish.

    i do this faux french onion soup like that kinda

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    Posted on 22:18:24 - 10/09/18 (5 years ago)
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    i have been wanting to experiment with cauliflower more as in the coating it with spice and roasting it

    i have done cauliflower steaks and i can make a great chipolte style cilantro lime cauliflower rice, like it tastes just like chipolte's rice kinda thing

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    Posted on 22:54:51 - 10/09/18 (5 years ago)
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    Toast topped with peanut butter, topped with a slice of cheese and a sunny-side up egg.

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    Posted on 02:39:01 - 11/09/18 (5 years ago)
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    Nutella eaten with a bacon spoon. 

    #sexbacon

     IF YOU AREN'T GIGGLING YOU'RE DOING IT WRONG. 

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    Posted on 10:54:20 - 11/09/18 (5 years ago)
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    Nutella eaten with a bacon spoon. 

    #sexbacon
    Omg this sounds adventurous. #MustTry 
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    Posted on 11:46:43 - 03/10/18 (5 years ago)
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    Not very weird imo but people seem to find it so:

    Dipping toast in tea. If there's any evidence that can prove there is a god. This is it 
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    Posted on 02:10:36 - 28/10/18 (5 years ago)
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    I eat jars of korean kimchi 



    Or

    red cabbage from germany



     

    Straight out of the jar. Why? Because my dad used to make Kimchi and he and his friends used to eat it while drinking beer and playing spades. It was reserved for grown ups only and for 1st sergeants only, It brings back fond memories of my dad, and I still make it in the same Army issued mess hall stainless steel pot he used years ago.

    Red Cabbage brings me back to "home" one of the longest places we were stationed at in Germany.  My mom learned to make  the sweet savory version of  the canned stuff and we used to have it with  roasted pork and potatoes.

    Then again, I might just love cabbage in most of its forms.

    Regardless, no kissed or hugs from the B/f when I break that stuff out ,he thinks both are rather disgusting and hates the smell.

    To me they smell and taste like home.

     
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    Posted on 04:58:47 - 06/11/18 (5 years ago)
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    a  bag of those premade garlic crunchy croutons you're supposed to put into salads. delicious
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    Posted on 07:11:10 - 13/11/18 (5 years ago)
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    a  bag of those premade garlic crunchy croutons you're supposed to put into salads. delicious
    I make a chicken parmesan casserole using those croutons. There tasty.

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    Posted on 18:51:03 - 21/11/18 (5 years ago)
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    AineMari [2117276]

    I eat jars of korean kimchi 



    Or

    red cabbage from germany



     

    Straight out of the jar. Why? Because my dad used to make Kimchi and he and his friends used to eat it while drinking beer and playing spades. It was reserved for grown ups only and for 1st sergeants only, It brings back fond memories of my dad, and I still make it in the same Army issued mess hall stainless steel pot he used years ago.

    Red Cabbage brings me back to "home" one of the longest places we were stationed at in Germany.  My mom learned to make  the sweet savory version of  the canned stuff and we used to have it with  roasted pork and potatoes.

    Then again, I might just love cabbage in most of its forms.

    Regardless, no kissed or hugs from the B/f when I break that stuff out ,he thinks both are rather disgusting and hates the smell.

    To me they smell and taste like home.

     
    Kimchi and sourkraut are delicious, anything cabbage tends to be amazing.

    On the other hand, I think cabbage farts are hella gross though, potentially the worst of all.
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    Posted on 04:03:41 - 22/11/18 (5 years ago)
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    Well right now I just ate Toast with a layer of avocado with salt and pepper and an over-medium egg on top. I make it for a bunch of guests that come over because many say they've never had it. My grandma always made this for breakfast whenever I spent the night at her house.

    Usually though, I make myself chia seed pudding though because you can make different flavors and its stupidly easy to make. My favorite flavors are matcha, PB&J, and chocolate. :))) So I was strolling the aisles of Sam's with my mom and we came across this 10lb bag of some "Aztec superfood." Both of us were kinda curious so we just bought a bag. It stayed in our pantry for over a year. One day, I had nothing to do, so I ended up going through our fridge, cabinets, pantry... NOTHING TO FREAKIN FRAKIN EAT. There was a whole bag of chia seeds staring at me though. So I ended up looking up a bunch of recipes and videos on YouTube and BAM. Chia seed pudding. A lot of my friends hate when I make them eat it because of the slimy texture. When I make it plain, a few of them call it fish sperm :( Tastes freakin good though.
    For the chia pudding, give making it with coconut milk a try. It makes it more custard-y than normal milk. You can grind up the seeds too, that might help. I love chia pudding with blueberries & vanilla! :)
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    Posted on 06:50:45 - 28/11/18 (5 years ago)
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    omg does everyone eat croutons as a snack? i just bought some ranch flavored ones and just got done w/ some garlic cheese ones.

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    Posted on 08:21:15 - 28/11/18 (5 years ago)
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    Salted popcorn and hot sauce 
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