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  1. #1
    I wanna make this

  2. #2
    I'm afraid you lack the skills to make those, sorry.
  3. #3
    Rape Monster African Astronaut
    They are amazing
  4. #4
    says the guy that puts a dried herb in at the end of cooking
  5. #5
    Rape Monster African Astronaut
    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood says the guy that puts a dried herb in at the end of cooking

    I've seen the food u post so ur opinion on cuisine is worthless to me
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    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood says the guy that puts a dried herb in at the end of cooking

    Wrong, it wasn't at the end...you are assuming it was the end it wasn't. There was a further 5 mins or simmering after those went in. there is nothing wrong with dried leaves btw..what the fuckington do you think tea is made with fresh leaves? only in fucking India my lad!

    Fucking amateur chefs and their large mouths lololol
  7. #7
    A 5 minute simmer isn't enough either, it should have gone in at the very start before you even turned on the heat. Any moment beyond that is simply needlessly lowering the flavor potential.

    No need to get so so defensive over it. You are an amateur chef too pal.
  8. #8
    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood A 5 minute simmer isn't enough either, it should have gone in at the very start before you even turned on the heat. Any moment beyond that is simply needlessly lowering the flavor potential.

    No need to get so so defensive over it. You are an amateur chef too pal.

    lolol, who told you that? It's all bullshit. You put pepper on your eggs right? You think that shit is fresh from your garden..fucking lollocks my lad, lollocks!

    Dried leaves are CONCENTRATED so you get MOAR flavor.

    ...again tea leaves..dried leaves...duh.
  9. #9
    A simple experiment for you.

    Get a fresh tea leaf, straight from the plant
    Get some crushed dried tea leaves of the same weight as the fresh leaf

    Put both in hot water for 1 min.

    Taste the Teas.

    TELL ME WHICH ONE HAS MOST FLAVOR..IT'S GOING TO BE THE DRIED LEAVES ISN'T IT...NOT THE fresh waxy leaf that hasn't flavor infused the water.

    wow, what do they teach these kids nowerdays???
  10. #10
    frala Avant garde shartist
    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood says the guy that puts a dried herb in at the end of cooking

    Fucking rekt
  11. #11
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson lolol, who told you that? It's all bullshit. You put pepper on your eggs right?

    black pepper is the one dry herb that has different properties. Don't put it in the oven at high heats for long amounts of time or it will turn acrid but you can use it for steak rub or putting in at the end of things.

    marjoram you can use fresh at the start of a pasta sauce and dump in handfuls of the stuff to cut down the acidity

    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood
  12. #12
    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood black pepper is the one dry herb that has different properties. Don't put it in the oven at high heats for long amounts of time or it will turn acrid but you can use it for steak rub or putting in at the end of things.

    marjoram you can use fresh at the start of a pasta sauce and dump in handfuls of the stuff to cut down the acidity

    DO THE TEA EXPERIMENT AND GET BACK TO ME NIGGA! DRY HERBS ARE READY TO RELEASE THEIR FLAVOR IN A LIQUID MUCH MORE READILY THAN AN ALREADY HYDRATED FRESH HERB

    FUCKING LOOOOOOOOOOOOL...as me old mum used to say.

    Your shitty pixelated link is horsepoop...I could probably find you a pixelated link saying horsepoop was a better garnish than cilantro...
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    Incessant African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson DO THE TEA EXPERIMENT AND GET BACK TO ME NIGGA! DRY HERBS ARE READY TO RELEASE THEIR FLAVOR IN A LIQUID MUCH MORE READILY THAN AN ALREADY HYDRATED FRESH HERB

    FUCKING LOOOOOOOOOOOOL…as me old mum used to say.

    Your shitty pixelated link is horsepoop…I could probably find you a pixelated link saying horsepoop was a better garnish than cilantro…

    You're a grown man. Act like one. I mean Jesus you're fighting with scron for gods sakes. That's like affirming his life that you care this much and yet you are still wrong about herbs. Haha
  14. #14
    As I suspected...

  15. #15
    Originally posted by Incessant You're a grown man. Act like one. I mean Jesus you're fighting with scron for gods sakes. That's like affirming his life that you care this much and yet you are still wrong about herbs. Haha



    Someone's being slow or stupid
  16. #16
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson DO THE TEA EXPERIMENT AND GET BACK TO ME NIGGA! DRY HERBS ARE READY TO RELEASE THEIR FLAVOR IN A LIQUID MUCH MORE READILY THAN AN ALREADY HYDRATED FRESH HERB

    FUCKING LOOOOOOOOOOOOL…as me old mum used to say.

    Your shitty pixelated link is horsepoop…I could probably find you a pixelated link saying horsepoop was a better garnish than cilantro…

    i dont think tea is in the same class as basil or oregano
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    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood i dont think tea is in the same class as basil or oregano

    What is basil tea good for?
    Potential Health Benefits of Holy Basil Tea

    It is a common herb in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, known to help skin, respiratory, gastrointestinal, and joint conditions. Holy basil contains bioactive compounds like eugenol, camphene, cineole, and camphor that may help to open your airways and improve breathing.

    My god, you're learning all kinds of things from me today!
  18. #18
    frala Avant garde shartist
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson As I suspected…


    Fucking rekt
  19. #19
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson What is basil tea good for?
    Potential Health Benefits of Holy Basil Tea

    It is a common herb in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, known to help skin, respiratory, gastrointestinal, and joint conditions. Holy basil contains bioactive compounds like eugenol, camphene, cineole, and camphor that may help to open your airways and improve breathing.

    My god, you're learning all kinds of things from me today!

    That has nothing to do with steeping times and actually more people prefer tea with a longer step time which makes everything you have said thus far complete worthless
  20. #20
    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood That has nothing to do with steeping times and actually more people prefer tea with a longer step time which makes everything you have said thus far complete worthless

    Wrong, dried leaves release their flavor quicker than fresh leaves...just the facts ma'am.
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