|simon666 - 2018-08-18 |
Calling Gamara II.
|Old_Zircon - 2018-08-18 |
I don't care if it's healthy or not, anything above a tiny trace of it tastes VILE, and I have a pretty high tolerance for fake junk food flavors.
Do you hate tomatoes?
Tomatoes, Parmesan cheese, Potatoes, Grape juice, Clams, Cured Ham, and all those other fake junk foods.
Boil up some chicken and vegetables for a couple of hours and the resulting broth is now a fake junk food.
|casualcollapse - 2018-08-18 |
I had a absolutely massive Chinese food me last night with undoubtably stellar amounts of MSG and I will attest it does make me feel like I could take the deepest nap in the world for about 30 minutes after I eat, but after that I'm back.
|SolRo - 2018-08-19 |
Kurzgesagt animation rip off click bait
No opinion on MSG one way or the other as I don’t think it’s dangerous but I also have never tasted identical dishes made with and without MSG to declare it definitively ‘makes food delicious’
You have to ask yourself SolRo... Is it really getting worth butthurt over if a guy imitates.. imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.. this isn't a secret..
|animegurl1000 - 2018-08-19 |
Supposedly MSG was originally marketed as a low-sodium alternative to table salt. 30 mg of sodium in a 0.5 gram serving of MSG, versus 190 mg for salt.
I have a barely-used shaker of Accent sitting in my cupboard. I bought it after I found out that it's pure MSG and I was curious to see what it actually tasted like on its own. It's has a strange brothy flavor to it, which would make sense because broths and stocks naturally contain lots of glutamate. I've yet to actually use it in cooking, though.
You should use it more. It makes many foods tastier. Plus, it pisses certain people off for no good reason which actually adds to the dining experience.
Still wondering if you took the advice for MSG?
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