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#1 Alterega

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Posted 10 July 2013 - 05:53 PM

This morning I dragged myself into my kitchen to eat some Honey Bunches of Oats when I saw this hot mama near the sink:

 

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"AHHUHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!" I screamed at my mother. "WHAT IS THAT?"

 

I don't know about you guys, but it looked like a dried up, hairy human leg. It looks smaller in this picture than in real life, but I literally thought it was a human body part.

 

Apparently, it's a "Nagaimo", which is a Japanese herb that is apparently very expensive. 

 

"I'm going to cook it for dinner for us! It's very good for you!" 

 

...guess who skipped dinner tonight.


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Posted 10 July 2013 - 06:07 PM

It seems strange and a little terrifying.

And any time something boasts that it is good for you, it is nearly always about as tasty as a huge pile of ass.


It is perfectly acceptable to fear and admire a being you could not possibly understand.


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Posted 10 July 2013 - 06:22 PM

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Posted 10 July 2013 - 07:15 PM

Fun fact: people in the Tokugawa era would use the paste from these things as a sex lubricant. That's right, samurai KY jelly that also goes well with noodles. Bon appetit, minet.


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Posted 10 July 2013 - 10:12 PM

Fun fact: people in the Tokugawa era would use the paste from these things as a sex lubricant. That's right, samurai KY jelly that also goes well with noodles. Bon appetit, minet.

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Posted 10 July 2013 - 10:41 PM

Bullshit. That is a human leg.


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#7 Alterega

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 11:06 AM

Fun fact: people in the Tokugawa era would use the paste from these things as a sex lubricant. That's right, samurai KY jelly that also goes well with noodles. Bon appetit, minet.

My mother is going to make it into "something sweet". My sister and I are slightly terrified. 

 

Bullshit. That is a human leg.

Do you know what's ironic? That very same night, I was watching the show (idk if ya'll watch this, but anyhoo) Criminal Minds, and the episode was about a doctor who abducted people into his garage to amputate off their legs so he could try and transplant their legs on his wife, who was an amputee herself. I think it was one of the most terrifying episodes I've ever watched, and it definitely made me lose any open-mindedness about trying this thing, no matter in any dish.

 

Sex lubricant or not, my little Japanese "herb" is going to the landfill in the boonies. 


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Posted 11 July 2013 - 06:47 PM

It seems strange and a little terrifying.
And any time something boasts that it is good for you, it is nearly always about as tasty as a huge pile of ass.


Hold up there just a second, there are at least 2 'super foods' that I think are quite yummy.
Blueberries and sweet potatoes.
I think pumpkins are a super food as well, but I'm not too sure....
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Posted 11 July 2013 - 08:14 PM

Hold up there just a second, there are at least 2 'super foods' that I think are quite yummy.
Blueberries and sweet potatoes.
I think pumpkins are a super food as well, but I'm not too sure....

Kale chips, anyone? ^_^

 

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I actually eat really REALLY healthy... I don't eat past 9 PM, I actually eat breakfast (all whole grain too!), fruits over desserts, and I LOVE broccoli...


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Posted 11 July 2013 - 08:24 PM

I eat about as healthy as some sort of guy who eats very poorly.

My body manages to deal with it though, and I plan on beginning a workout regime soon to further turn my body in to a machine of unstopable sex.


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Posted 11 July 2013 - 08:45 PM

I eat about as healthy as some sort of guy who eats very poorly.

My body manages to deal with it though, and I plan on beginning a workout regime soon to further turn my body in to a machine of unstopable sex.

"I live to eat, not eat to live.." <- A perfectly sound philosophy by me, by the way.

 

Ooh! What are you thinking of doing? 

 

I'm asking 'cause I actually tried out one of the Super-Ass-Advertised TV Workout regimes (Insanity, to be specific), and they work really well. :) 


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Posted 11 July 2013 - 08:55 PM

I eat about as healthy as some sort of guy who eats very poorly.

 

There's a serene beauty in what you just said. The profound truth that makes this statement wonderful, both logically and aesthetically. Mostly, it just sounds better than, "I survive on processed meats and cheese."

 

 

Hold up there just a second, there are at least 2 'super foods' that I think are quite yummy.
Blueberries and sweet potatoes.
I think pumpkins are a super food as well, but I'm not too sure....

 

Tomatoes. They are just about the best food you can eat, and couple that with how delicious they are? Tomatoes are near the top of my favorites list. Damn delicious.


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Posted 12 July 2013 - 03:29 AM

Kale chips, anyone? ^_^

I actually eat really REALLY healthy... I don't eat past 9 PM, I actually eat breakfast (all whole grain too!), fruits over desserts, and I LOVE broccoli...


I've never tried kale chips, but I LOVE Edamame steamed & lightly salted with sea salt!

Tomatoes. They are just about the best food you can eat, and couple that with how delicious they are? Tomatoes are near the top of my favorites list. Damn delicious.


Garden fresh, sliced, with a dash of natures seasons!
And I prefer grape tomatoes over cherry tomatoes.
They just taste better.
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Posted 12 July 2013 - 04:18 AM

Garden fresh,

Yes


YES!

It's always better from the garden, they smell better and taste better 

I dunno what it is, but I always love that smell of freshly picked tomatos
My family look at me like I'm a freak when I sniff them because I love that earthy tomato fresh-picked smell


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Posted 12 July 2013 - 08:43 PM

There's a serene beauty in what you just said. The profound truth that makes this statement wonderful, both logically and aesthetically. Mostly, it just sounds better than, "I survive on processed meats and cheese."

Many thanks.

Sometimes a sentence just works.

 

 

"I live to eat, not eat to live.." <- A perfectly sound philosophy by me, by the way.

 

Ooh! What are you thinking of doing? 

 

I'm asking 'cause I actually tried out one of the Super-Ass-Advertised TV Workout regimes (Insanity, to be specific), and they work really well. :) 

I just plan on working out.

My mom was a fitness instructor, so I have a very strong working knowledge of the rhyme and reason behind any workout by association and from my own education/knowledge seeking.


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Posted 12 July 2013 - 10:07 PM

YES!


It's always better from the garden, they smell better and taste better 

I dunno what it is, but I always love that smell of freshly picked tomatos
My family look at me like I'm a freak when I sniff them because I love that earthy tomato fresh-picked smell

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^Waiting for these babies to ripen. But not too long or the deer'll get a free dinner. Usually the deer beat me to the tomatoes, so I never get to eat my hard work of harvest. :'(

 

 

My mom was a fitness instructor, so I have a very strong working knowledge of the rhyme and reason behind any workout by association and from my own education/knowledge seeking.

Sound like some smart thinking's going on there! Go for it! 

 

 

I've never tried kale chips, but I LOVE Edamame steamed & lightly salted with sea salt!

Now you, my friend, have VERY good taste :) I'd invite you over for an edamame-eating contest, but alas, this is the interwebz and such liberties generally do not occur so easily...

 

Kale Chips = Kale + Sprinkling of Olive Oil + Salt + Some Pepper + Whatever herb you want (not too much of it, the first time i put so much paprika in my chips everyone in my house loved them but we fighting to get to the restrooms afterwards) 

 

^It's yummy! Try it sometime.


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Posted 13 July 2013 - 06:01 AM

@Alterega - you do realize we'd prolly need about 100 lbs of bean pods, right....?
At the current time I am forced to make due with frozen packs, but there is a little sushi restaurant over on us-67 that makes them fresh!
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Posted 14 July 2013 - 10:18 AM

@Alterega - you do realize we'd prolly need about 100 lbs of bean pods, right....?

BRING IT ON! 

 

 

At the current time I am forced to make due with frozen packs, but there is a little sushi restaurant over on us-67 that makes them fresh!
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Yep, I love them fresh too. Hehe... I live near a Japanese buffet that has fresh edamame... why don't you fly over here and then we can compete here? 


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Posted 17 July 2013 - 07:37 AM

BRING IT ON! 


U'R ONN!!!

Except I don't fly, I drive.
And the Pretty Princess Cheyza comes with.
And did I mention she loves Edamame as well?
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