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is this just rice for lazy people?
and it goes better in a salad.
it's those little bits of solid mucus you cough up when you're ill.
often with citrus fruit
au naturale, buddy.
like the most disgusting thing i can actually imagine right now. are you honestly claiming that is better than a donner kebab pizza smeared in garlic butter?
is the most hideous thing I have ever tasted. Apart from that horse radish thing... that's worse.
only lying to yourself. and deep down you know it.
cous cous though?
I had some mexican flavoured cous cous the other day and i still dont know what it is
lies. Vicious ones!
it's a different type of dried processed cereal. and it's disgusting
it was nice april fools jokes too? cos they convinced nobody...
It's like, "Fuck you taste buds"
Phhhoawr, that's some major taste madness.
It's like sour cream though/
It's not as sour though is it?
that is all.
I mean... it's like... the colour of pus... and eww... and BLAH. :S
is rice for ponces. tastes funny.
much of north africa is made up of ponces
cous cous. its brlliant. better than rice and pasta any day. (unless its egg fried rice, that stuff is just mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm)
earlier i had it with a peanut, carrot and tofu burger (which tastes so much better than it sounds).
Soya Bean Curd. A kind of ... floppy white matter. An acquired taste perhaps. It absorbs flavours incredibly well though, like cous-cous, and so marinades very well. leave it with some grated ginger and soy and spring onions for twenty minutes, then fry it on a hot hot heat to seal the flavour inside, and it's amazing.
quick and easy, extra tasty. What's not to like.
Nice texture, quick, tasty and flexible. Went though a phase of making loads of different types, with beans and pulses and herbs and spices and all different fried veg. Yup.
i wasn't really dissing cous cous. it's just that i seem to have spent most of this week eating, along with my special recipe i like to call 'random vegetables thrown in a pan with a some stock and a tin of tomatoes thrown on top'.
punctuational buttface of yours again...
to state that i had tofu for the first time tonight, it was lovely! deep fried with pineapples/peppers/onions in a sweet and sour sauce. and so my gradual conversion to veggie-dom continues...
it's so neat to eat your meat
i am slowly finding meat-free meals that are actually nice. meat is very convenient, but it doesn't really have a taste, i don't think. it's the stuff you put with it that makes the meal.
apart from bacon, which is just totally FIT. bacon would be the hardest thing to give up.
been improved with hp sauce. i might have a bacon butty soon.
that's what, about 16 slices? that's more than one slice per hour! bloody hell!
one and a half steaks sliced up and fried and covered in fried onions and about a litre of melted cheese, in a baguette.
it's possibly the most unhealthy thing in the world (even worse than murder) but it tastes like a particularly lovely heart attack.
seriously, meat is the best thing ever.
really is ace.
(or facon as it is in our house) doesn't really taste like bacon tastes, it tastes like bacon smells, and bacon always smells better than it tastes anyway, so facon>>>bacon. Admittedly the cat will always eat the real bacon first given a choice between bacon and facon placed in front of him, but that doesn't stop him snaffling the fake half a second later. And he's a cat and he licks his own arse so I don't entirely trust him in the taste department.
Facon and quorn sausages are definitely good when hungover though, otherwise the veggie fry up is a bit too healthy and doesn't really help. Plus, it is easy for me to not eat bacon as it is rotting flesh carved off a dead pig's back, the idea of which i find totally vomit inducing. I'd rather eat a nice fried bit of fruiting fungus any day.
like it. Used to eat it in france all the time when I was younger but now, blurgh!