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#151 small h

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Posted Yesterday, 10:29 PM

Could you could make something like tarako spaghetti with that?

 

I'm sure as hell going to try! I've got another piece salted and drying out in the fridge. And I'm growing cinnamon basil (it tastes nothing like cinnamon), which I think might be a good substitute for shiso.



#152 prasantrin

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Posted Today, 12:12 AM

I've never used shiso because I don't like it. Some crumbled or shredded nori is not bad, but I like the spaghetti just fine without anything else.

#153 Sneakeater

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Posted Today, 02:09 AM

Out of shad roe. Unsurprisingly.
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#154 joethefoodie

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Posted Today, 11:15 AM

 

 

Do we really need to eat stuff just because it's not available on a regular basis?

 

 

The rampocalypse would like a word with you.

 

 

 

 

This is my problem with flounder roe. It’s so bland I always end up wondering why I bothered.

I think we've been down this road before. I actually like delicately-flavored roe. I also like plain grits, and noodles with cottage cheese.

 

 

But cottage cheese has more sodium per ounce than almost any other cheese, so certainly not flavorless. The plain grits thing - hmmmm.

 

Re: The Rampocalpyse...

 

Ramps! Love 'em or... 



#155 Orik

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Posted Today, 12:39 PM

Are you sure about the sodium? Sounds unlikely
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#156 joethefoodie

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Posted Today, 02:26 PM

Just looking at a main supermarket brand, there are 350 mg. of sodium per 4 oz. cottage cheese.

 

So yes, correctly there are more mg of sodium per gram of other cheeses, but to make noodles with cottage cheese, probably using a fair amount of cottage cheese, no?



#157 joethefoodie

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Posted Today, 02:32 PM

There's also low-sodium cottage cheese, which tastes like...

 

I was probably more thinking about how I gave up cottage cheese because of its sodium content - I used to like it with fruit, etc. , but eating 4- 6 oz. of it for serving was not good for me.

 

And it was early.



#158 voyager

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Posted Today, 03:12 PM

Just pulled a supermarket tub out of the fridge.   340mg sosium/1/2 cup.

 

Add flavorful topping, (yikes, Richard Nixon's catsup = 170mg sodium/tbs.) and it does lead to a salt bomb,     Since I don't enjoy sweet, I tend to reach for some savory addition.   LIke leftover stirfry.   Now THAT'S a hair curler!

 

I do, however, cling to se4veral dietary vices.    Like oatmeal for breakfast.   Salted before cooking in microwave and doused heavily with whipping cream.   Now THAT'S good!


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