Message from strongside88 in tradworker #tradworker


2018-02-25 04:43:36 UTC  

Tomorrow I'll be adding a chicken breast or two

2018-02-25 04:43:42 UTC  

jesus christ

2018-02-25 04:43:50 UTC  

Its at that weird in between flavors stage

2018-02-25 04:43:50 UTC  

just eat it already

2018-02-25 04:43:56 UTC  

Where it's like half bigos and half not

2018-02-25 04:44:00 UTC  

It's a perpetual stew

2018-02-25 04:44:10 UTC  

I'm going to keep cooking it forever

2018-02-25 04:44:26 UTC  

this reminds me of the time i tried to have my girl edge me

2018-02-25 04:44:41 UTC  

that lasted like 5 mins before i just fucked the shit out of her

2018-02-25 04:45:16 UTC  

how are you cooking it>

2018-02-25 04:45:21 UTC  

crock pot?

2018-02-25 04:46:16 UTC  

i think thatd be wicked cool if you actualy had a perpetual stew for like months on end

2018-02-25 04:47:24 UTC  

Stovetop

2018-02-25 04:47:42 UTC  

I might transfer to a crockpot

2018-02-25 04:48:02 UTC  

they kinda burn like a motherfucker

2018-02-25 04:48:29 UTC  

stove top might be the way to go if you real about having a like idk month long stew lmao

2018-02-25 04:48:50 UTC  

i think itd be super cool you should do that and blog post it lmao

2018-02-25 04:48:55 UTC  

I think the warm setting on a crockpot would be okay

2018-02-25 04:49:00 UTC  

It keeps at around 160-190

2018-02-25 04:49:26 UTC  

ah yeah that sounds smart idk much about cooking

2018-02-25 04:49:35 UTC  

im a bachelor chow kinda guy lol

2018-02-25 04:54:07 UTC  

Mcarthy after two weeks of stew

2018-02-25 04:54:34 UTC  

I've done continuous bone broth in a crockpot

2018-02-25 04:56:18 UTC  

you just have to check the bones once a day, take out any that are falling apart, and add fresh vegetables

2018-02-25 04:56:43 UTC  

lol idk

2018-02-25 04:57:00 UTC  

i make broth in like 2-3 hours and its usually pretty good

2018-02-25 04:57:22 UTC  

chicken broth can be done in that time

2018-02-25 04:57:44 UTC  

Beef bones are much heavier and need to be cooked for a minimum of 12 hours to release their collagen

2018-02-25 04:57:49 UTC  

if im making broth i usually use jowls or hocks

2018-02-25 04:58:18 UTC  

I save my leftover bones from cooking pork shoulders, chicken thighs, beef roasts etc

2018-02-25 04:58:33 UTC  

thats actually bad ass

2018-02-25 04:58:57 UTC  

bring home beef neckbones, cow feet, pig and chicken feet when they go on sale

2018-02-25 04:58:57 UTC  

when i was a child i asked my grandfather once why he was eating the fat on the steak

2018-02-25 04:59:09 UTC  

fat is flavor

2018-02-25 04:59:19 UTC  

he said if you ever knew what it was like to be hungry youd eat the fat too

2018-02-25 04:59:26 UTC  

i eat the fat from the steak now

2018-02-25 05:00:00 UTC  

so i hella dig that you dont waste and invent ways to make use of what would have been waste

2018-02-25 05:00:06 UTC  

majpr props

2018-02-25 05:00:13 UTC  

exactly

2018-02-25 05:00:19 UTC  

I'm poor but I eat right