and how do I grow: legumes, beans/peas/lentils,vegetable oil (margarine) and small area grains in the smallest place possible, to meet my vegetarian nutritional needs post SHTF
I suspect that, after the collapse of civilization, vegetarianism will be a luxury and you will be fortunate to have any food at all, animal-derived or otherwise.
Growing beans (summer) and peas (winter) are some of the simplest things to grow. Get a cow or goat for butter.
But yeah, it'll be near impossible without the infrastructure we have today
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I want to use this article to dispute about whale catch.
English only (for International use).
I agree whale catch because Whales eat a lot of fishes (4 times human) and we'll not be able to have rations from sea. Also, we'll not be able to have rations from land with surplus population.
Please comment here.
OP is worst freaking troll ever.
>>73 poor willy, he'll be free alright in the after life. so does orca.
Sea Shepherd Ship Collision - シーシェパード妨害船が日本調査船に衝突
"Eco-Terrorist" Sea Shepherd and Australian Media
We eat the whales. very good1
In this thread, we talk about tea. We talk about what we drink. What tea goes good with. What we mix with tea. Etcetera. Forever. Let it begin.
Silver Needle is my favorite. I'm no tea connoisseur, but I believe it is white tea. Has a subtle flavor that is both delicious and not overpowering. I'd suggest others to try it too.
Whenever you see something that basically just says "Iced Tea" it's actually Black Tea.
tell me more about loose puerh
i feel like most every website i have ever tried to order tea from has been mostly marketing. real life is the same. it makes me sad. i just want to know what kind of tea it is and where it's grown. if they can't tell me that, or if they're not selling it loose, i'm won't but it.
i like jasmine green tea. white tea is fine, but i burnt out on what i've got. both make really good iced tea, usually. i like to keep a pitcher in the fridge most of the time.
i love jasmine pearl tea, i love to eat the leaves too
Lapsang souchong's pretty good, if you're into the whole smoky smell.
TEA! Teateatea. I just love drinks in general, but tea is my favorite.
Wuxi Oolongs! I'm trying to get my hands on some Da Hong Pao, I have some Tie Luohan but I'm trying to ration it because it's 2fresh2furious.
I really like the variations in sweetness and the potential for powerful savory tastes in Oolongs. Iron Goddess is a great place to start if you're looking for the weird suspension between flowery lightness and hearty fullness to the liquor, and there's so much room to explore.
Also so many re-steeps and better with every steep. You can sit with a liter of water in a thermos and steep until your bladder gives way then heat up more water and then keep going.
I wouldn't really advise loose Pu-er. Messes with the fermentation and stuff and dries out way too quick, go for cakes.
I've pretty much disliked all teas except sweet tea, but recently I've been drinking lots of mugicha, like 2+ liters a day. Very soothing.
I've always pronounced it jai-roh. My parents pronounce it jai-roh. I've never had a waiter or waitress point out that it was anything different when I've ordered one. A couple months ago I was talking about a gyro I had to an aquaintance and they had no idea what I was talking about. After I described it to them they said something like "Oh, you mean a gyro?", only they pronounced it sort of like 'year-oh' or 'euro'. What is the correct way to pronounce it? Are both ways acceptable, like tomato, or vase?
It's "Jai-roh!" like "Gyroscope" ;)
from an american perspective, the g is silent the same as with the words gnome or gneiss, some historic relic left attached in the visual spelling, it can be difficult or even unwanted to change tradition.
Apparently it's supposed to be pronounced "yee-ro", but my Pittsburghian slang (I can thank my parents for that) causes me to pronounce it "jai-ro".
when I was in greece, they pronounced it yi-roh
ITT simple recipees! Try to keep everything as simple and non-regional as possible. All manner of clarifications and explanations are welcome.
Guacamole How I like it
2 Full Avocados
1 Red Onion
Take Two avocados (not too ripe) and scoop them into a bowl, mash it with a spoon or fork or whatever. Depends on if you like it chunky or not.
Take about a quarter of the red onion and chop into small pieces. Mix it in.
Take about a quarter or less of a tomato and chop it small. Mix it in.
Take a full Jalapeno chop it small. Mix it in.
mmm...sounds yummy. I usually just buy the pringles, but Imma try this with (tortilla) chips
You could also try tamagoyaki if you'd like your omelet to be all exotic and asian like. It's not hard to make, give it a try.
Grilled Cheese + Tomato Soup
Very easy thing is a simply salad. Get lettuce, cucumber, tomato and carrot (those are my basic ingredients). You can add other things like onion etc though I never really bother out of laziness. Chop it all up, add lemon or lime juice, olive oil and salt and it is ready.
Note, when I make a salad I tend to use a whole lettuce, a whole cucumber, one tomato and one or two carrots. I have no idea whether anyone else does it like that.
oh good lord that is so not an omelette in any way or form.
>step 1) three whole eggs in a bowel, whipped thoroughly.
>step 2) heat saute pan to 180F once hot, butter pan
>step 3) pour beaten egg into pan, Immediately run spatula into the egg mix (slowly for large fold[american style] and quickly for thin fold [french style])
>step 4) butter sides of the omelette well after 90 sec of cooking and flip
>step 5)insert filling and fold into crescent on plate for american style
>step 6)fold one third over top to make brochure shape and fill with cheese or cream mixture
I have a lot of steak that I want to stir fry. what's the best way?
also what else do you like to stir fry?
there is no best way.
the steps to stirfry are:
i like to stirfry tofu and various vegetables. yu choy is good.
Chicken stirfry's alright. I've been meaning to try shrimp stirfry, but I can never find it fresh around here.
Potato soup with onions and carrots. I still can't tell if this is healthy or not
pizza my mom made (she's italian)
Toast. Delicious toast.
Diet Pepsi and chocolate cookie dough hershey bar.
Paprikás krumpli with a glass of water. Like all traditional Hungarian dishes, it consists almost entirely of meat, potatoes, calories and more meat.
Fried chicken and beer
Hot Dogs and Coke Zero
Oden and Beer
coke and kfc