KiwiFarms Open Recipe Book -

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instythot

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If it tastes good, that’s all you need.
Also, if you want less salt I’d recommend “Silver Swan” brand soy sauce. It’s less salty than Kikkomen soy sauce and I think has a better flavor in general.
Country of origin also makes a difference on the soy sauce. Product of Japan has a milder and less salty flavor than the Chinese version and derivatives. The stuff you find in white supermarkets tends to be closer to the Chinese method
 

CivilianOfTheFandomWars

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Country of origin also makes a difference on the soy sauce. Product of Japan has a milder and less salty flavor than the Chinese version and derivatives. The stuff you find in white supermarkets tends to be closer to the Chinese method
That’s true. It seems like American stuff just has so much salt and sugar in it.
I’d recommend checking out Asian supermarkets if they’re in your area. They can have some fantastic stuff you won’t find in most other stores, especially if they have a good produce section.
 
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Jasonfan89

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Three Wise men

Take a double shot sized shot glass and fill with equal parts Jim beam, Jack Daniels and Johnny walker whiskey. Serve on the rocks

The Sinatra

Jack straight in a double shot glass with a little Evian water to lighten the flavor served on the rocks just like how ole blue eyes would have taken it.
 

Stuck in Corners

Take it in Blood
True & Honest Fan
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Cream Cheese Pie

2 sticks of cream cheese at room temp
1-1.5 tsp of vanilla extract
1/2 cup of lemon juice without the pulp
1 cup of sweetened condensed tard cum
Graham cracker crust

It's simple. Just mix ingredients 1-4 into a bowl and mix until smooth. Place it in Graham cracker crust and put it in your freezer for about 5 hours.
 

instythot

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Cumin Potatoes
  • Potatoes
  • Cumin
  • Turmeric
  • Vegetable Oil
  • Salt
  • Black Mustard Seeds (optional)
  • Cilantro
Cut 5 to 6 potatoes into home fries (2 inches long, about a half inch thick), and boil until tender. Drain and cool

Heat some oil in a large pan. If using the black mustard seed, heat them until they start popping. Add 2 tbsp each of cumin and turmeric and a very generous pinch of salt. Toss potatoes so all of them are covered by the spice mix and cook until a crust forms on the bottom. Garnish with finely chopped cilantro. Accompanies curries especially well