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6 minutes ago, Doomstick said:

somebody bring the hemalurgy equipment

It's salty. I like that.

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Just now, Vapor said:

It's salty. I like that.

I will feed you to your sibling

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Just now, Doomstick said:

There is gross, and there is gross, this makes me want to post every single instance of Gordon Ramsay cussing someone out. Hemalurgy is the messiest way to kill that I know, with luck, we can destroy the first one and their remains will look like marinara, if you catch my drift.

I agree. Blech! It smells so bad that I wouldn't even try it!

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I regret my decision.

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4 minutes ago, Vapor said:

I regret my decision.

more than you regret cereal soup?

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14 minutes ago, Vapor said:

I regret my decision.

which decision?

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12 minutes ago, The Windrunner Supreme said:

the decision to explode obviously

when was this?

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25 minutes ago, Doomstick said:

which decision?

I'm pretty sure she was talking about making/eating cereal soup

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Culver's cheese curds in their ice cream.

Vanilla yogurt and tacos.

Vanilla yogurt and potatoes.

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18 hours ago, revelryintheart said:

more than you regret cereal soup?

Yes.

17 hours ago, Doomstick said:

which decision?

The ice cream one.

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7 minutes ago, Vapor said:

Yes.

The ice cream one.

so you don't like it?

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22 hours ago, Doomstick said:

you toast the bread about halfway, then put a thinnish slice of cheese (like the kind you would put on a sandwich), then toast until bubbly, then let cool for 1-2 min, then apply jam. enjoy!

You're toasting it in a toaster oven, right? because the cheese would fall off in a regular toaster ... This sounds so good that I might need to try it! I'll need to use the broiler on my stove though: don't have a toaster oven. What kind of bread do you prefer? White? Wheat? Rye? Srsly, I'm gonna try this tomorrow!:D

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1 hour ago, Iarwainiel said:

You're toasting it in a toaster oven, right? because the cheese would fall off in a regular toaster ... This sounds so good that I might need to try it! I'll need to use the broiler on my stove though: don't have a toaster oven. What kind of bread do you prefer? White? Wheat? Rye? Srsly, I'm gonna try this tomorrow!:D

I'd say rye, yes, a toaster oven or a broiler would work best

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Chili with all the toppings, plain cheesecake with strawberries, and an iced chai latte.  What can I say, I went through a weird phase in college, and this stuck.

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47 minutes ago, Malim said:

Chili with all the toppings, plain cheesecake with strawberries, and an iced chai latte.  What can I say, I went through a weird phase in college, and this stuck.

that all sounds really good (except the latte I've never had coffee :ph34r:)

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12 minutes ago, revelryintheart said:

that all sounds really good (except the latte I've never had coffee :ph34r:)

Good thing then, as Chai isn't coffee.  It's more of a spiced tea.  I highly recommend it. :)

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1 minute ago, Malim said:

Good thing then as Chai isn't coffee.  It's more of a spiced tea.  I highly recommend it. :)

I don't drink tea either :ph34r:

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1 minute ago, revelryintheart said:

I don't drink tea either :ph34r:

Sacrilege!!!  In all seriousness though, everyone has their own good taste.;)

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12 hours ago, Malim said:

Good thing then, as Chai isn't coffee.  It's more of a spiced tea.  I highly recommend it. :)

(Off-topic but maybe not - - who heard of putting corn into a teabag?) Have you tried Inca Tea (https://incatea.com/)? Especially the Peruvian Spiced Berry flavor. It's a herbal, but I like it anyway. A nice treat!

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7 hours ago, Iarwainiel said:

(Off-topic but maybe not - - who heard of putting corn into a teabag?) Have you tried Inca Tea (https://incatea.com/)? Especially the Peruvian Spiced Berry flavor. It's a herbal, but I like it anyway. A nice treat!

I'll definitely have to check that out.  Thanks.

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22 hours ago, Iarwainiel said:

(Off-topic but maybe not - - who heard of putting corn into a teabag?) Have you tried Inca Tea (https://incatea.com/)? Especially the Peruvian Spiced Berry flavor. It's a herbal, but I like it anyway. A nice treat!

I went to Peru and had this, it's pretty good!

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Many people I know find watermelon and cheese very tasty together and I remember that I ate tangerina and plum with salt and it wasn't bad. These things are normal around here. 

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This might be more common than I thought, but it surprised me the first time I had it (so good!): cubed watermelon + sliced purple onion & chopped cilantro + some lime juice. Refreshing summer "salad" alternative; really inexpensive & easy to take to a potluck or picnic.

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4 hours ago, Iarwainiel said:

This might be more common than I thought, but it surprised me the first time I had it (so good!): cubed watermelon + sliced purple onion & chopped cilantro + some lime juice. Refreshing summer "salad" alternative; really inexpensive & easy to take to a potluck or picnic.

I think onion should be excomminacated from all food. 

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