Something those bigFood fatcats don't want you to know

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The government will probably take this down, but you can literally bake your own cookies and apple pies and all kinds of things in your own (or a friend's) kitchen and eat them. I know it sounds crazy, I know, but literally nobody can stop you. You can even make pastry from scratch with flour and water if you want to, and you can put whatever you want into it without bigFood slipping you the MKUltra. You buy the ingedients and you make it into a thing and it's cheaper in bulk. Then you can literally just give the extra to your neighbours or eat them all yourself.

Today I made small apple pies from apples my neighbour gave me.
 
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wow you're assuming I just have hands to do this with. incredibly offensive.
 
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Did you know food just grows for free in the ground? Don't tell the government, but I started a garden this year. I didn't pay a cent to BigProduce.
 
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Nice relevant pfp. I fucking love baking (well, cooking is my true love, baking is definitely the permanent side chick though). Just recently made some pumpkin chocolate chip cookies (gluten free because God deprived my gf of wheat), and every holiday season my family makes some killer chocolate thumbprints. Any recipes you wanna share? I'd be happy to give mine if anyone's interested.
 
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you know you can actually grow your own fruit and vegetables? i know, that's insane but big food will never want you to know that
 

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but you can literally bake your own cookies and apple pies and all kinds of things in your own (or a friend's) kitchen and eat them. I know it sounds crazy, I know, but literally nobody can stop you. You can even make pastry from scratch with flour and water if you want to, and you can put whatever you want into it without bigFood slipping you the MKUltra. You buy the ingedients and you make it into a thing and it's cheaper in bulk. Then you can literally just give the extra to your neighbours or eat them all yourself.
i didnt know this was a secret though, you can look up recipes anywhere and have them turn out better than most restaurant food if you simply follow the directions. later on you can play around with the recipes and make them even better once you know what youre doing some. youre not extremely encouraged into it, but yea the information is easy to find and nothings stopping you.
The government will probably take this down,
wut:conker:
 

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i didnt know this was a secret though, you can look up recipes anywhere and have them turn out better than most restaurant food if you simply follow the directions. later on you can play around with the recipes and make them even better once you know what youre doing some. youre not extremely encouraged into it, but yea the information is easy to find and nothings stopping you.

wut:conker:
rule number 1 to having good food at home: cultivate an excellent spice rack.
 
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if you plan on cooking when camping and don't want to risk spilling your spices, i found this trick a few years ago - take a plastic straw, pinch one end with some pliers, use a lighter to melt it shut, then put a portion of your spice in there. cut off the other end a little past where you put the spice up to, melt that shut too, now you have a little portion that won't come open as long as its melted well. as long as you have a little extra space at one end, no way any melted plastic gets into your stuff and also it gives you space to cut it open without spilling any. i usually have a few of those that i rubber band together and toss in with my cooking stuff.
If instead of melting you keep one end open and then instead of melting the other end you keep that one open as well and then snort the spice but instead of spice it's cocaine you'll get much better results
 
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Yeah but can you make a moon pie at home? I think NOT!
Checkmate, atheists :agpepsi:
 
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give us a spice recommendation please, number 1 spice I need to order yesterday?!?!
if you plan on cooking when camping and don't want to risk spilling your spices, i found this trick a few years ago - take a plastic straw, pinch one end with some pliers, use a lighter to melt it shut, then put a portion of your spice in there. cut off the other end a little past where you put the spice up to, melt that shut too, now you have a little portion that won't come open as long as its melted well. as long as you have a little extra space at one end, no way any melted plastic gets into your stuff and also it gives you space to cut it open without spilling any. i usually have a few of those that i rubber band together and toss in with my cooking stuff.
Or if you're not a plastic degenerate, you could use a reusable glass phial which is goblincore af.

@Jordshire Aleppo pepper is the perfect chilli pepper because it's got more fragrance and warmth of the chilli without the dire, stinging heat. Mix into tuna sandwiches, pasta dishes and as a seasoning on eggs.
 
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