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>adds dirt to your food
I can tell you're not a fun guy
Think I'm gonna kill myself tonight, take care Culinalyucks
See you tomorrow big guy. Maybe make some pancakes and post em
Shut the fuck up homosexual
They must wash mushrooms you buy, how can they do it without them instantly rotting
but reddit told me that you're not supposed to wash mushrooms
Cooking Will Kill all pests and bacteria
>Cooking Will Kill all pests and bacteria
>Cooking Will Kill
what did he mean by this
Capitalized because it's the first word of the sentence, maybe also because he's referring to the activity by name
Capitalized because it's serious - this is a fact, it Will absolutely do this
Capitalized because it's referring to Kill as an action by name rather than using the word generically, but also to denote seriousness. You might use a similar convention to say you're taking a Drive, meaning, you're really going to be on the road for a while and cover some real distance, meanwhile a 5 min trip to your local grocer would be a lowercase "drive". Seemingly random capitalization like this is a common sign of schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, so be Aware when interacting with People who use this kind of convention, as they're probably deranged and possibly dangerous.
i thought this was a bunch of baby cats
It is, they're just dried. You add water to use them
Did you forage those?
gee anon, why would he randomly have mushrooms in a basket
He bought them from the store and put them in a basket to make a larp picture for his instagram and then reused it here, thinking we're fucking stupid enough to fall for it. He's always trying to pull little fucking tricks, and he thinks it's cute, and he thinks we don't see what he's doing, but we know. We can see past all of his lies and one day he will pay for them.
did he also add dirt to it?
Produce at farmers markets is often dirty.
>he never washes his produce
Not when I’m staging fake foraging pics, no.
mushrooms should always be wiped/gentlely brushed with some kind of towel before cooking.
are you pretending its not ok to just blast them under the faucet?
Here's the thing about mushrooms.
If you're cooking at home you can just rinse them in cold water. It's fine. They will not turn mushy.
If you are doing prep in a restaurant and have to clean enough mushrooms to last for a week you have to brush them because rinsing them and then storing them for several days WILL make them mushy.
That's the difference. Most chefs don't even know this because they're retards who just memorised what they were told instead of ever thinking for themselves.
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