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So this stuff is a psyop, right?
Are you a schizo? Msg is just the synthetic salt form of an amino acid.
>Are you a schizo? Msg is just the synthetic salt form of an amino acid.
What's next? Are you going to tell me that adrenochrome isn't harvested from the brains of 11 year old boys and girls?
>What's next? Are you going to tell me that adrenochrome isn't harvested from the brains of 11 year old boys and girls?
what the hell, really? No I don't want it anymore.
>Are you a schizo?
If they use the word "psyop," then this question isn't really necessary.
psyop has a really broad definition now, including anything that persuades anyone of anything
I wonder if anyone has ever written on the phenomenon of words having their definitions broadened over time, for example psyop, gaslight, etc.
>it's just synthetic salt bro
just use salt, retard
Lmao. Imagine being an ignorant retard and calling someone a retard.
Yeah an amino acid that is excitotoxic, which should be balanced with the relaxing/gaba-promoting amino acids as in all natural protein sources. It's not normal to have this amino acid in excess, as what happens with the usage of msg.
Unless you have a leaky BBB dietary glutamate does not really effect how much glutamate is in your brain.
I do think that some people are naturally sensitive to msg, but most are not.
Just use worch sauce, fish sauce, parmesan or dried powdered mushroom in your recipes to basically achieve the same effect if you're going to be a pussy homosexual about MSG.
Also that brand is for tastelets. Picrel is the only acceptable msg.
Shouldn't it all be the same? It's just a molecule.
Just like medical drugs. The process for synthesis can vastly change the adulterants in the resultant compounds.
Still tastelet. The correct way is to make a mixture of msg + disodium inosinate and disodium guanylate.
2% by weight. It acts as a major potentiator for the msg.
It's already extremely potent.
It's not nearly as good without the D+I.
Buy some pink Himalayan salt too bro
I wonder if ihop add msg on their omelette. If not, they really should
msg is just a shortcut that some foods would get naturally or through aging. seaweed, parmiggiano cheese,mushrooms, tomato etc are all high in "msg"
>when somebody says "umami" out loud
That word pisses me the fuck off, just say savory we already have a word for it.
fuck you westerner
the taste is called umami
Fucking weeb kys
Japanese-owned website based on another Japanese-owned website.
Even the Japanese can't stand weebs.
weeb is a gaijin normalfag term used by tourists
I'm an otaku
They can't stand otakus either.
Good, otakus aren't who they are for social credit, fuck you.
Savory is different. Umami is closer to what people call gamey but not as redneck sounding.
ya know...y'all could just blend up some kombu, then mix it in with salt to make homemade msg powder...or be a bunch of insufferable cunts
>synthetics salts gooood
>seed oils baddddd
Yes anon, some things are bad for you while other things are not. Is this new information for you?
they're both synthetic retard
Yes, well, aside from the fact that seed oils aren't synthetic, "synthetic" is not a synonym for "harmful". Antibiotics and methamphetamine are both "synthetic" but past that, they have very little in common with one another.
No, they're not
Yes, the hate for it is a psyop to demonize foreign food that was competing with local food.
Just use it in moderation and drink water.
Seed oils are usually bad because they maximize extraction, you end up consooming too much of it just because it's cheap and the usual indicators for consooming too much are gone, especially since they use specific cultivars for things like rapeseed oil that have been bred to be much more palatable.
How do I use MSG? Should I just sprinkle it on my food like salt? What foods is it good to use on? I like umami.
update: I just got back from the grocery store. I purchased a small bottle of msg. I am excited to have the opportunity to add it to my food. Please advise.
Make an egg, cut it in half. Add msg + salt to one half, and just salt to the other.
Try adding a little to a hamburger, steak, chicken, etc. Compare with normal so you can learn how much to use. If you put too much it makes everything taste like top ramen broth.
it's good in soup and any meat heavy dish (namely beef/pork), fried also good to finish with (like to add a tiny pinch of sugar with it).
Can be used less in ratio to the salt itself.
It lowers IQ but midwits won't ever notice it. Only avoid if your IQ is 130+
I'm not a high IQ or midwit though.
i once did a palm full of pic rel to see what it would taste like without anything to enhance it it just intensified the taste of my mouth and it was really uncomfortable until i ate something like 10 minutes later because i realized if i ate something it might go away
so it's like salt but without the saltiness flavor?
ok frank the tank flemming.
>So this stuff is a psyop, right?
>The term is used "to denote any action which is practiced mainly by psychological methods with the aim of evoking a planned psychological reaction in other people"
no it is not a psyop
MSG is terrible for you, this guy knows what he's talking about.
unless your data is primary or secondary source that's been published and peer reviewed, using a israelitetube vid isn't very convincing
>this guy fits my narrative so he must be right
>reddit daniels in the thumbnail
>everything I don't like is le reddit
>reddit is... LE BAD
who are you quoting
an insufferable homosexual
I have covid atm and salt and MSG are the only things I can taste
Thank God for MSG
How do you catch a fictional disease?
nta, but do tell do tell, I don't care about covid anymore tell me all about the satanic orgies. With sacrificed tortured baby or without it?
When this happened to me I hated tasting salt alone, I ate everything unseasoned. Meat especially is terrible when you can't taste anything, I had to choke it down.
are you retarded? meat is delicious no matter what it tastes like, because you know that it is inherently good for you
>meat is delicious no matter what it tastes like
>delicious no matter what it tastes like
>”Wow anon, your food always tastes really good”
i tried putting msg on a stale chocolate chip cookie but i couldn't tell the difference
i also tried it on a pickle but couldn't tell the difference
>put on tongue
ITT cooklets who need to resort to a crutch to make their food taste good. NGMI.
Something I don't trust about high salt/extreme sodium foods
I only add that (and only use a pinch or so) to a home cooked dish every other month or so and only for Chinese stuff that I make
Otherwise, I never use it. Really don't know what else it goes with other than fried rice dishes anyway
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