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commander-cullen: faytmang: thegoddamazon: deadpon-and-weible: impsexual: Because telling fat people that they are in fact humans that deserve dignity and respect automatically means you’re ~*GLORIFYING OBESITY*~ By the way, don’t dribble on to me saying you worry about a fat person’s ‘health’. That’s just a bullshit excuse to voice your unwanted opinion on a fat person’s body considering you wouldn’t give a single flying fuckadoodle about someone’s health if they were skinny. Besides another person’s health is none of your damned business anyway. Run along now and preach to a choir that actually cares. I’m going to be honest, so long as you’re not hurting anyone, you can eat soy sauce and milk duds all day long for all I care. thank you so much for this comic imp. Reminder: Body image does not equate to actual health. THISSSSS That’s just a bullshit excuse to voice your unwanted opinion on a fat person’s body considering you wouldn’t give a single flying fuckadoodle about someone’s health if they were skinny Pretty much : T am yern artistic like to sing along uth my avorife Sonas my jokes ore hiarous 6 Employee of the montih On my galua ux For/ ha means ur message isn'-+ Ur no lon ean nded nions about you olah bah WHuMp PEOPLE ARE HAPPY AND CONFIDENT IN Sol. TSTEN TO MO5EEEE commander-cullen: faytmang: thegoddamazon: deadpon-and-weible: impsexual: Because telling fat people that they are in fact humans that deserve dignity and respect automatically means you’re ~*GLORIFYING OBESITY*~ By the way, don’t dribble on to me saying you worry about a fat person’s ‘health’. That’s just a bullshit excuse to voice your unwanted opinion on a fat person’s body considering you wouldn’t give a single flying fuckadoodle about someone’s health if they were skinny. Besides another person’s health is none of your damned business anyway. Run along now and preach to a choir that actually cares. I’m going to be honest, so long as you’re not hurting anyone, you can eat soy sauce and milk duds all day long for all I care. thank you so much for this comic imp. Reminder: Body image does not equate to actual health. THISSSSS That’s just a bullshit excuse to voice your unwanted opinion on a fat person’s body considering you wouldn’t give a single flying fuckadoodle about someone’s health if they were skinny Pretty much
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skiimm: lechelady: c-bassmeow: xelamanrique318: c-bassmeow: The first picture is from a white people Christmas party: ham with literally no seasoning maybe sugar on the edges, boiled carrots with a slight fart of flavor that was in the water when they were boiled, and boiled string beans with a hint of despair. On the right is some chicken I seasoned. Took me maybe five minutes. I rubbed the chicken with ancho chilli and garlic. I added cumin, sea salt, pepper, a few spice blends, curry, soy sauce, freshly squeezed lime and orange. It had flavor. Idk why y'all don’t season your food. Legit every culture in the world does it wtf. the mashed potatoes don’t even look right. how do you fuck up mashed potatoes????? Oh yeah I didn’t even mention the mashed potatoes. Like how the fuck did they end up looking like foreskin cheese Foreskin cheese I thought the left pic was gonna be one of those bone app the feet posts 🤔 Nndnndd: skiimm: lechelady: c-bassmeow: xelamanrique318: c-bassmeow: The first picture is from a white people Christmas party: ham with literally no seasoning maybe sugar on the edges, boiled carrots with a slight fart of flavor that was in the water when they were boiled, and boiled string beans with a hint of despair. On the right is some chicken I seasoned. Took me maybe five minutes. I rubbed the chicken with ancho chilli and garlic. I added cumin, sea salt, pepper, a few spice blends, curry, soy sauce, freshly squeezed lime and orange. It had flavor. Idk why y'all don’t season your food. Legit every culture in the world does it wtf. the mashed potatoes don’t even look right. how do you fuck up mashed potatoes????? Oh yeah I didn’t even mention the mashed potatoes. Like how the fuck did they end up looking like foreskin cheese Foreskin cheese I thought the left pic was gonna be one of those bone app the feet posts 🤔 Nndnndd
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xelamanrique318: c-bassmeow: The first picture is from a white people Christmas party: ham with literally no seasoning maybe sugar on the edges, boiled carrots with a slight fart of flavor that was in the water when they were boiled, and boiled string beans with a hint of despair. On the right is some chicken I seasoned. Took me maybe five minutes. I rubbed the chicken with ancho chilli and garlic. I added cumin, sea salt, pepper, a few spice blends, curry, soy sauce, freshly squeezed lime and orange. It had flavor. Idk why y'all don’t season your food. Legit every culture in the world does it wtf. the mashed potatoes don’t even look right. how do you fuck up mashed potatoes????? Oh yeah I didnt even mention the mashed potatoes. Like how the fuck did they end up looking like foreskin cheese: xelamanrique318: c-bassmeow: The first picture is from a white people Christmas party: ham with literally no seasoning maybe sugar on the edges, boiled carrots with a slight fart of flavor that was in the water when they were boiled, and boiled string beans with a hint of despair. On the right is some chicken I seasoned. Took me maybe five minutes. I rubbed the chicken with ancho chilli and garlic. I added cumin, sea salt, pepper, a few spice blends, curry, soy sauce, freshly squeezed lime and orange. It had flavor. Idk why y'all don’t season your food. Legit every culture in the world does it wtf. the mashed potatoes don’t even look right. how do you fuck up mashed potatoes????? Oh yeah I didnt even mention the mashed potatoes. Like how the fuck did they end up looking like foreskin cheese
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Slow Cooker Balsamic Glazed Roast Beef Made by @closetcooking . ingredients 1 tablespoon oil 3 pounds Ontario Corn Fed Beef roast such as chuck, round, brisket 1 large onion, sliced 4 cloves garlic, chopped 1-2 teaspoon red pepper flakes 1 cup beef broth 1-2 cup balsamic vinegar 2 tablespoons soy sauce (or tamari) 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 1 pound baby carrots (optional) 1 pound mini potatoes or diced potatoes (optional) 2 tablespoons cornstarch + 2 tablespoons water directions Heat the oil in a large pan over medium-high heat, add the beef and brown on all sides, about 20 minutes and set aside. Add the onions and cook until tender, about 2-3 minutes, before adding the garlic and red pepper flakes and cooking until fragrant, about a minute. Place the beef, onions, broth, balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, brown sugar, Worcestershire sauce, carrots and potatoes in a slow cooker, cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours or on high for 3-5 hours. (The beef will be falling apart tender when done!) Remove the carrots, potatoes and beef and slice or shred the beef. Skim any fat from the cooking juices, place it in a sauce pan, bring to a simmer, add the mixture of the cornstarch and water and cook until the glaze has thickened a bit. Option: Skip steps 1 & 2 and just place everything into the slow cooker! Option: Instead of transferring to a slow cooker in step 3, place everything in the pot that you cooked the beef in, bring to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer, covered, until the meat is pull apart tender, about 3-4 hours. OR Transfer the pot to a preheated 275F and braise until the meat is pull apart tender, about 3-4 hours.: Slow Cooker Balsamic Glazed Roast Beef Made by @closetcooking . ingredients 1 tablespoon oil 3 pounds Ontario Corn Fed Beef roast such as chuck, round, brisket 1 large onion, sliced 4 cloves garlic, chopped 1-2 teaspoon red pepper flakes 1 cup beef broth 1-2 cup balsamic vinegar 2 tablespoons soy sauce (or tamari) 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 1 pound baby carrots (optional) 1 pound mini potatoes or diced potatoes (optional) 2 tablespoons cornstarch + 2 tablespoons water directions Heat the oil in a large pan over medium-high heat, add the beef and brown on all sides, about 20 minutes and set aside. Add the onions and cook until tender, about 2-3 minutes, before adding the garlic and red pepper flakes and cooking until fragrant, about a minute. Place the beef, onions, broth, balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, brown sugar, Worcestershire sauce, carrots and potatoes in a slow cooker, cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours or on high for 3-5 hours. (The beef will be falling apart tender when done!) Remove the carrots, potatoes and beef and slice or shred the beef. Skim any fat from the cooking juices, place it in a sauce pan, bring to a simmer, add the mixture of the cornstarch and water and cook until the glaze has thickened a bit. Option: Skip steps 1 & 2 and just place everything into the slow cooker! Option: Instead of transferring to a slow cooker in step 3, place everything in the pot that you cooked the beef in, bring to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer, covered, until the meat is pull apart tender, about 3-4 hours. OR Transfer the pot to a preheated 275F and braise until the meat is pull apart tender, about 3-4 hours.

Slow Cooker Balsamic Glazed Roast Beef Made by @closetcooking . ingredients 1 tablespoon oil 3 pounds Ontario Corn Fed Beef roast such as...

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TERIYAKI CHICKEN WITH VEGETABLES Made by @eatgoodforlife Ingredients 2-3 lbs chicken breast, cubed 12-16 oz organic fresh broccoli 2 garlic cloves or ginger 4-5 large organic carrots, sliced Pepper flakes, optional 2 Tbsp olive oil Teriyaki sauce 2 Tbsp ginger, chopped 1-3 cup reduced sodium soy sauce, gluten free 1-3 cup cold water 3-4 teaspoons arrowroot powder, or cornstarch 1-4 cup honey, or unrefined sugar Directions In a small bowl mix the Teriyaki sauce ingredients. If you are just making the sauce for future consumption follow this step otherwise follow the next paragraphs. In a small sauce pan, over medium to low heat, heat the sauce until thicken stirring occasionally. About 5 minutes. Let the sauce cool and store it in a glass air tight container in the refrigerator. In a large heavy bottom saute pan, over medium to high heat, add the olive oil. Add the chicken and carrots and cook stirring occasionally until almost tender, about 6-8 minutes. Add the garlic and cook further for another minute. While the chicken is cooking, place the broccoli on a safe microwave dish and microwave for 6-7 minutes. Depending on how strong your microwave is you may need less time. My microwave is not too powerful so I use 7 minutes but 3-4 minutes may be enough in yours. Add the Teriyaki sauce from the bowl to the chicken and carrots and stir for about 1-2 minutes or until it thickens. Turn heat off and add the broccoli and pepper flakes if using. Stir to combine. Serve over brown rice or rice noddles. NOTE: I always double the Teriyaki sauce.: TERIYAKI CHICKEN WITH VEGETABLES Made by @eatgoodforlife Ingredients 2-3 lbs chicken breast, cubed 12-16 oz organic fresh broccoli 2 garlic cloves or ginger 4-5 large organic carrots, sliced Pepper flakes, optional 2 Tbsp olive oil Teriyaki sauce 2 Tbsp ginger, chopped 1-3 cup reduced sodium soy sauce, gluten free 1-3 cup cold water 3-4 teaspoons arrowroot powder, or cornstarch 1-4 cup honey, or unrefined sugar Directions In a small bowl mix the Teriyaki sauce ingredients. If you are just making the sauce for future consumption follow this step otherwise follow the next paragraphs. In a small sauce pan, over medium to low heat, heat the sauce until thicken stirring occasionally. About 5 minutes. Let the sauce cool and store it in a glass air tight container in the refrigerator. In a large heavy bottom saute pan, over medium to high heat, add the olive oil. Add the chicken and carrots and cook stirring occasionally until almost tender, about 6-8 minutes. Add the garlic and cook further for another minute. While the chicken is cooking, place the broccoli on a safe microwave dish and microwave for 6-7 minutes. Depending on how strong your microwave is you may need less time. My microwave is not too powerful so I use 7 minutes but 3-4 minutes may be enough in yours. Add the Teriyaki sauce from the bowl to the chicken and carrots and stir for about 1-2 minutes or until it thickens. Turn heat off and add the broccoli and pepper flakes if using. Stir to combine. Serve over brown rice or rice noddles. NOTE: I always double the Teriyaki sauce.

TERIYAKI CHICKEN WITH VEGETABLES Made by @eatgoodforlife Ingredients 2-3 lbs chicken breast, cubed 12-16 oz organic fresh broccoli 2 garl...

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