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Entropic

patriarchy sucks


dipping a pepperette in my clamato

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Escape From Noise

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Entropic posted:

dipping a pepperette in my clamato

A rusty Caesar

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Ventral EggSac posted:

Every time I see this thread I get the Pepper Ann theme song stuck in my head now

For me it's this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5QErPDNcj4

Only pepperette instead of leatherette.

take the moon



i was afraid of that, dont eat meat tho sorry

i will gladly eat /drink some dumb thing most ppl dont have tho



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take the moon posted:

i was afraid of that, dont eat meat tho sorry

i will gladly eat /drink some dumb thing most ppl dont have tho

Make a Caesar but from scratch. None of this Motts Clamato garbage, juice some tomatoes and add a healthy dollop of clam juice.

(I wonder if you could put clams in a juicer...)
Ok I guess you could use canned tomato juice if you're using bottled essence of clam.

Oh wait do clams count as meat for your diet?

take the moon



never rly thought bout it tbh

i will acquire the clam juice may take a bit. ill post in wh&c or someth



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nut


you can get vegan jerky too, just order something fragile off of eBay and they’ll fill the box with it

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back from pepperette city


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hello internet friend




Escape From Noise posted:

So they're kind of spicy, skinny landjäger?

canada is a mosaic, and when different sausage producing ethnicities met they traded all their best ideas and tips to produce "the pepperette"

1 r, 2 t's, 3 p's and 4 e's. that's how you spell perfection.


tyvm hbag

Teddy Thunders

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Heather Papps posted:

1 r, 2 t's, 3 p's and 4 e's. that's how you spell perfection.

Rttpppeeee is not good spelling, Pappsy.

Entropic

patriarchy sucks


rttpppeeee://www.google.ca

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Entropic posted:

rttpppeeee://www.google.ca


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Entropic posted:

rttpppeeee://www.google.ca


thank you heather papps for this historically great sig!
thank you deep dish peat moss for preparing me for The War with dope rhymes!

Entropic

patriarchy sucks


real time text transfer of perfect peppers protocol eeee

cruft



take the moon posted:

never rly thought bout it tbh

i will acquire the clam juice may take a bit. ill post in wh&c or someth

Heads up vegetarian goon, clamato has clam in it.

I had vegan jerky once, it was okay, but it seemed a little pointless to me. Like, nobody's trying to form beef into a facsimile of a banana, why are we going the other way here.

Jackfruit seems like maybe unpretentious vegetarian jerky. I've only had it once but I liked it.

Escape From Noise

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Heather Papps posted:

canada is a mosaic, and when different sausage producing ethnicities met they traded all their best ideas and tips to produce "the pepperette"

1 r, 2 t's, 3 p's and 4 e's. that's how you spell perfection.

I didn't mean this as a dog btw. Just trying to understand

Teddy Thunders

PHANTOM QUEEN



cruft posted:

Heads up vegetarian goon, clamato has clam in it.

I had vegan jerky once, it was okay, but it seemed a little pointless to me. Like, nobody's trying to form beef into a facsimile of a banana, why are we going the other way here.

Jackfruit seems like maybe unpretentious vegetarian jerky. I've only had it once but I liked it.

I wish I could eat jackfruit because it gives that same chewy stringy have to fight it satisfaction like meat, but also is actually better tasting to me. vOv

Teddy Thunders

PHANTOM QUEEN



Also yes vegan pepperettes exist and yes I have eaten them and yes they are pointless but sometimes I just want something from childhood.

Sausage Party makes really good ones: https://sausagepartytoronto.square.site/product/pepperette-3-pack-/29

Pretend I wrote an essay about my complicated feelings about meat here.

Escape From Noise

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Teddy Thunders posted:

Also yes vegan pepperettes exist and yes I have eaten them and yes they are pointless but sometimes I just want something from childhood.

I feel the same way about soy jerky

Teddy Thunders

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Escape From Noise posted:

I feel the same way about soy jerky

I get horrible cravings about once a year for the stupid soy jerky they used to sell at the trading posts along I-40 when we were kids. And the awful carob chip hippie cookies. I kinda miss them.

Teddy Thunders

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Also my friends in Ontario Sausage Party will deliver and I can tell you that their cupcakes are also good

Escape From Noise

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Teddy Thunders posted:

I get horrible cravings about once a year for the stupid soy jerky they used to sell at the trading posts along I-40 when we were kids. And the awful carob chip hippie cookies. I kinda miss them.

Oh man! Carob! I haven't had carob for AGES! My mom used to make me a quesadilla with brewer's yeast and soy sauce for some reason. Wrapped with a paper towel. She called it a "cheese crisp" for some reason. Even though she knows Spanish and spent a lot of time with the latinx population in Tucson, so who knows?

biosterous






Teddy Thunders posted:

Also yes vegan pepperettes exist and yes I have eaten them and yes they are pointless but sometimes I just want something from childhood.

Sausage Party makes really good ones: https://sausagepartytoronto.square.site/product/pepperette-3-pack-/29

Pretend I wrote an essay about my complicated feelings about meat here.

ttm eat the pepperrette


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Escape From Noise posted:

So they're kind of spicy, skinny landjäger?

hot cocoa on the couch posted:

for a long time i worked in a food distribution warehouse and i got product at cost, and i would buy these 4 kg cases of pillars pepperettes for like $25-$30, and eat them regularly as my post-work beer + meat/cheese snack. now tho i go up to the st. jacobs farmers market instead and buy these dope rear end landjaegers which, while more expensive, are the best pepperette i've ever had (honorary pepperette status, doesn't matter that they're tyrolean or w/e)

i fuckin love shriveled up dried meat

yes

Escape From Noise

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I'm very good at reading comprehension.

cruft



Escape From Noise posted:

I'm very good at reading comprehension.

tl; dr

Heather Papps


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Escape From Noise posted:

I'm very good at reading comprehension.

it is fair to say a pepperette is like a landjaeger but you could also say they are like a hot dog and technically you'd be correct


tyvm hbag

cruft



Heather Papps posted:

it is fair to say a pepperette is like a landjaeger but you could also say they are like a hot dog and technically you'd be correct

Compare and contrast: a pepperette and Marie Antoinette

Escape From Noise

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Would the bubbles in his glass
Understand what the man's golf cart is?
Do they know you can die frozen underneath an overpass?


I mean a landjäger is like a dried sausage, similar in a way to salami. A hotdog is like barely a sausage

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cruft posted:

Heads up vegetarian goon, clamato has clam in it.

I had vegan jerky once, it was okay, but it seemed a little pointless to me. Like, nobody's trying to form beef into a facsimile of a banana, why are we going the other way here.

Jackfruit seems like maybe unpretentious vegetarian jerky. I've only had it once but I liked it.

My friends bought me mushroom jerky from an Asian grocery store in town and though it smelled kind of funny, a bit like sweat, it was so freaking delicious that I think I may have preferred it to actual beef jerky, which I already adore.


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Plant MONSTER. posted:

My friends bought me mushroom jerky from an Asian grocery store in town and though it smelled kind of funny, a bit like sweat, it was so freaking delicious that I think I may have preferred it to actual beef jerky, which I already adore.

I will have to try this!

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Yeah, it wasn't nearly as chewy as traditional jerky but it had a very delightful compacted flossy texture, like someone finely grated dried mushrooms and packed it together tightly. The flavor was so good, smoky and peppery with a bit of that sichuan pepper sensation. Very slightly oily in the most pleasant way.


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Plant MONSTER. posted:

Yeah, it wasn't nearly as chewy as traditional jerky but it had a very delightful compacted flossy texture, like someone finely grated dried mushrooms and packed it together tightly. The flavor was so good, smoky and peppery with a bit of that sichuan pepper sensation. Very slightly oily in the most pleasant way.

I've had something similar from a store in Korea and it's excellent. Smoky, chili spiced mushrooms forever.

Manifisto




Plant MONSTER. posted:

Yeah, it wasn't nearly as chewy as traditional jerky but it had a very delightful compacted flossy texture, like someone finely grated dried mushrooms and packed it together tightly. The flavor was so good, smoky and peppery with a bit of that sichuan pepper sensation. Very slightly oily in the most pleasant way.

hmm very interesting. I will have to check it out next time I'm in an asian grocery but I wonder how I'll be able to tell it from other mushroom products (the kind of thing I often wonder in the asian grocery tbh, which admittedly does make shopping kind of an adventure)


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Bright Bart

False. There is only one electron and it has never stopped.

What is a reasonable way to try to get into mushrooms? I am not sure what flavour profile I have abhorred let alone what possible compounds common to the mushrooms I've eaten are the culprits. And for certain the texture doesn't help.

As a child I refused to eat them. As a teenager I'd get a single piece slipped into my soup or sandwich to try and prove it's psychological (and it partly might be) but I'd catch the wee bugger. Over the years I've learned to love what I couldn't stand in my younger years, like spinach. But mushrooms... The most that developed was I can stand a piece or two on a slice of pizza and even then not if there's so many their flavour becomes apparent. Are there mushrooms that don't taste similar to others?

The grilled Portobello burgers served in Montreal looked appetizing but I missed out on trying them because the beef at those places was always too tempting.

Bright Bart fucked around with this message at 20:05 on Apr 4, 2021

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Bright Bart posted:

What is a reasonable way to try to get into mushrooms? I am not sure what flavour profile I have abhorred let alone what possible compounds common to the mushrooms I've eaten is the culprit. And for certain the texture doesn't help.

As a child I refused to eat them. As a teenager I'd get a single piece slipped into my soup or sandwich to try and prove it's psychological (and it partly might be) but I'd catch the wee bugger. Over the years I've learned to love what I couldn't stand in my younger years, like spinach. But mushrooms... The most that developed was I can stand a piece or two on a slice of pizza and even then not if there's so many their flavour becomes apparent. Are there mushrooms that don't taste similar to others?

The grilled Portobello burgers served in Montreal looked appetizing but I missed out on trying them because the beef at those places was always too tempting.

Shitakes.

RickRogers

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Bright Bart posted:

What is a reasonable way to try to get into mushrooms? I am not sure what flavour profile I have abhorred let alone what possible compounds common to the mushrooms I've eaten are the culprits. And for certain the texture doesn't help.

As a child I refused to eat them. As a teenager I'd get a single piece slipped into my soup or sandwich to try and prove it's psychological (and it partly might be) but I'd catch the wee bugger. Over the years I've learned to love what I couldn't stand in my younger years, like spinach. But mushrooms... The most that developed was I can stand a piece or two on a slice of pizza and even then not if there's so many their flavour becomes apparent. Are there mushrooms that don't taste similar to others?

The grilled Portobello burgers served in Montreal looked appetizing but I missed out on trying them because the beef at those places was always too tempting.

Don't cook them too long maybe; you can eat your normal store mushrooms raw and the texture is completely different.
My standard shroom method is to fry/toss them in salt, pepper, butter, garlic and a fresh herbs like parsley at the end

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take the moon



wasnt checking thread for a bit but ill eat the pepperette lol



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