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I've looked at many recipes online, but none of them mention any kind of cheese in the Ingredients list. I really want to impress my friends by making the original cheesecake, not those fake vegan alternatives that are popular today. How much and what kind of cheese would I need to do this?
I'm embarrassingly bad at math so food recipes can be difficult for me. I am also trying to log my food to lose weight so I want to get the precise measurements down.
I am cooking this oatmeal recipe below. It says it is for 8 servings but I cannot figure out how much is 1 serving: https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-xo_dwGMm19k/XcG_jH2O7YI/AAAAAAAAE08/xFlfms7yqLcEItLLPP4TkIt6IOnVpykfACK8BGAsYHg/s0/2019-11-05.jpg
Based on the oatmeal instructions 1 serving is 1/4 cup uncooked: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0063/4686/6803/products/81BNaFHiklL_1024x1024@2x.jpg?v=1550315101
But 8 servings / .25 (or 1/4 cup) is 32 or 8/25 ?! I don't even know what that means. I just want to know how many cups COOKED is 1 serving.
Ugh, life is hard for an idiot...
Hey Guys. I am trying to make Farmer's mash. A dish that is kinda like dirty Rice, but with more beans and tomatoes in it. It is very good for people who are need-based cookers, just make lots of it and eat it because ingredients are easy to find. So far, I have been using a tomato sauce, chopped onions, ground beef and black beans in a skillet, then dumping it over white rice. I want a bit more freshness to it. I don't want to add cheese. I thought raw cilantro or green onions would work, what do you think would be good?
I tried it. I used 50/50 mix if Sprite and Mountain Dew. I let It "cook" for 48 hours. It tasted pretty good. Anyway, I just got my bill from my ICU stay for some weird stomach bug I had. 39k! Luckily I got to eat my ceviche chicken before I got that "salamander sickness" or whatever the doctors were talking about. Anyway, 10/10 would recommend.
I’ve been buying milk for YEARS but still have no idea how to make is last more than a day. I put it in a very secure cabinet, no bugs or anything nasty, and keep the lid on VERY tight, but it still spoils. Help?
If I use cannabutter when making a peppercorn sauce for my rib-eyes, how high are the stakes?
Also, canna use half a standard canna cannabutter?
Thanks in advance.
What if I add some more vodka to vodka pasta sauce, and eat it with pasta?
Would it be gross?
Would it be intoxicating?
I know this is r/ShittyAskCooking, but as with my previous question here, I am actually considering doing this.
For some reason Will.I.Am is coming out really chewy. Last year Fergie was excellent but I’m struggling this year.
I’ve tried everything, but the polenta I made still tastes like cheese! I’ve added nothing except cheese, butter, salt, and pepper, but still it is yellow and cheesy. How fix?
Title says it all really. I need to know how to switch on a chicken. Does my laptop need to be plugged in to the mains for it to work? Is there any way around this if so? I lost my laptop charger and can't see any other way to plug it in other than via a standard USB.
Follow up question: can a fully powered chicken be used to charge a laptop?
Just got a new bag of these delicious things. How should I cook them?