TIL the Battleshitts scene in Harold and Kumar was authentic shit sounds. "Sound engineer Jeff Kushner looked for recordings of bowel movements, but couldn’t find the β€œrichness” he wanted, so instead he hid in a truck stop bathroom with a boom mic to capture authentic bowel moments." uproxx.com/viral/harold-a…
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Been playing with this for a while saffron risotto with a lemon poached shrimp and a burnt onion and bacon sauce to add some bitterness to cut the richness a bit.
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This photo was taken at my mothers farm in New Zealand. Missing her love and the warmth of NZ summer while I’m in Europe. What is something you are longing for in these times? I feel like it’s important to honour the feeling of missing something/someone. With it comes the richness of gratitude.
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Good pull this morning. Medium roast Toraja (Sulawesi, Indonesia) coffee. That full-bodied, caramel richness.
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How long does your whole coffee process take? I clock in at around 15-20 minute & [9 cup moka pot steps to richness]

How long till you are sipping, from the time you start your process?

I brew with a moka pot, here is my time breakdown.

0:00 :

fill bottom resevoir with water and place on stove to get it hot (heat on high)

Measure out 35 g of beans.

Grind beans and fill moka pot disk. (Manual burr grinder)

10:30:

Remove simmering base filled with water and lower temp to medium.

Configure moka pot pieces together.

Let stove top cool to medium temp

12:00:

Place moka pot on heat to brew.

~16:20: coffee starts to flow in top resevoir

~18:40 coffee gurgle begins, immediately cooled down by running water on base of moka pot.

Enjoy moka pot richness!

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I’m really liking the richness of the red on these Carmines reddit.com/gallery/ljd5wp
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William James on our blindness to the inner lives of others and failure to appreciate the richness of everyday life – a classic reading from β€œOn a Certain Blindness in Human Beings” thedailyidea.org/william-…
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I found this wholesome gem in a box of free stuff! Pithy life advice, old timey memes, and this amazing raisin cupcake recipe (they're almost christmas pudding level richness!) reddit.com/gallery/l5lm05
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Open doors is a documentary I made about this slum, which can easily ricochet the sight of a passerby, carries upon it's shoulders not only unique and intriguing individuals but also richness of their thoughts and opinions about life in general.Hope this film gives you all a new perspective. youtu.be/z2a6R3aRK4s
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My curries always lack a richness, sweetness, and depth of flavor no matter what I do - this NYT chicken curry NYT recipe is the latest example of bland flavor and I'm stumped

This problem has been plaguing me for years and it's probably my biggest cooking white whale. Indian curries are my favorite dish, and I've tried making different kinds of Indian curries over the years to no avail. Each time they come out far blander than any curry I get in an average Indian restaurant and I can never figure out what I'm missing.

A couple years ago I attempted to make Chicken Tikka Masala using three different recipes and each time they were fairly bland.

This past week I've taken a crack at the following Sri Lanken Coconut Chicken Curry recipe from the NYT: https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1014468-coconut-chicken-curry-with-cashews

The first time I made the dish I followed the recipe exactly. Once again, the result was a dish that was "ok," but still far blander, less sweet, less rich, and less flavorful than curries I get at restaurants. One piece of advice I read online was to triple the amount of spices because many curry recipes simply suggest using a lower amount than is used in restaurants. I tried that while making this dish a second time and the result was the same.

I'm a little beside myself. I love these curries in restaurants and I want to make them at home, but I don't know what I'm doing wrong. Please, any help would be appreciated.

Note since this recipe gives you options: I used ghee.

Edit: Sorry about the post title typo.

Edit the second: Hi everyone, thanks for all of your advice, you offered much more than I was expecting so I'm going to have to come back and finish reading through them tomorrow.

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Utepils Alt 1848 is probably my favorite craft every day drinker. This DΓΌsseldorf style Altbier is malt richness with just a bite of hops at the end. reddit.com/gallery/lh5sr9
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In 1944, Carl Jung experienced a vision that transcended any others he had during his life: it was his near death experience. As a way to explore the richness of this vision, I have recorded it and written original music as accompaniment. Would love to hear any thoughts. (Link is in the comments.) v.redd.it/2q7d9eohbe261
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Greek Moussaka is famous for its richness and creamy layers, but I'd like to introduce you to it's cousin Egyptian Moussaka which should be famous for its umami and spiced flavors

Greek Moussaka is one of the best known Greek dishes, but it isn't the only kind of Moussaka and if you are looking for more Aubergine or Eggplant dishes then you might want to explore the Egyptian version.

Also quick note for the american readers, Aubergine = Eggplant

What is Moussaka and why is Egyptian Moussaka different

Put simply Moussaka is a dish of aubergines or potatoes, with a sauce that sometimes includes meat. It's common to many Middle Eastern and Balkan countries, but the most well known variant is Greek Moussaka. In that the aubergines or potatoes are sliced thin and sauted (or fried), before being topped with a tomato and minced lamb sauce then finally being covered in a thick and creamy bechamel. The entire dish is baked and the result is a distinctively layered combination of textures and flavours that are hard to forget. Despite it's attribution as a Greek dish, it is cooked and eaten in many other nearby countries with each recipe displaying different cooking techniques and ingredients. It's likely that the origins of Moussaka lie in the Ottoman empire, but the component that makes Greek Moussaka distinct from it's cousins, is the addition of the Bechamel layer (more on that in the history section).

The name Moussaka is thought to come from the arabic words "Ma" (verb: to be) "Sakaa" (cooled or chilled), and as it suggests the dish is sometimes served cold. In most levantine cuisines, Moussaka is usually made with chopped aubergines (chunks rather than slices) that are braised with tomatoes and peppers then left to cool before serving as a mezza or side dish. In Turkish cuisine a dish called Saksuka (not to be confused with the north african egg shakshuka) is a cold moussaka that also can contain potatoes, leeks, or beans. Balkan moussaka is usually made with layered potatoes and includes a sour cream or yoghurt topping as well as the tomato meat sauce and it's even made as far as Russia.

So with variations in how the aubergines are cut, the sauce, assembly and method of cooking, what makes Egyptian Moussaka so special amongst all the others and why should you try it? Well Egyptian Moussaka is closer to a

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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I think one of the most upsetting aspects of the fog is losing the vividness & richness of life

Before all of this, I struggled a lot with anxiety and what-not, which was often pretty crippling but despite it I very much felt alive. Watching movies, making art, chatting with friends, etc felt real, my emotions were fleshed out and I was fully myself. However, now everything is hazy, from my memories to my day-to-day. Nothing has that same vividness, and it’s honestly destroying me. It’s a similar mental feeling to having done a large dose of edibles, and then having a β€œweed” hangover the next day combined with being constantly hungover from alcohol. It’s absolutely awful

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There's a soup richness hierarchy: hot water, stock, broth, soup, stew, reduction.

Am I missing any?

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hola, so i got a spanish exercice and i did this, the requierements were : 6 cultural knowledge about Madrid,6 lexical and cultural knowledge about Christmas, mastery of perfect tense, richness of the language( 10 action verbs,4 things to Express sentiments and 2 for the tastes), 6 time markers.

He salido de Francia en aviΓ³n de 9h a 11h y he empiezado mi viaje por visitar el aeropuerto de Barajas, es muy impresionante sin embargo no he tenido el tiempo de admirar mucho porque he visitado el parque del retiro a las 12. He disfrutado de la naturaleza y he descansado. Ha sido guay. Al dΓ­a siguente he admirado el famoso cuadro de Goya, el 3 de mayo. DespuΓ©s he comprodo turroned y he probade algunos: Me gusto mucho!Luego he visto el mercado de navidad en la plaza mayor. Ha sido fenomenal. Al dΓ­a siguente ha estado el mejor. Era el 31 de diciembre. Se llama la Nochevieja y ha sido impresionante. He comido las 12 uvas. No paso nada interesante hasta el 5 de enero. Es la cabalgata. Es el desfile de los Reyes Magos. He encantado mucho. Ha sido genial He vuelto en francia el 6.

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Flourless chocolate wave cake- best chocolate cake I’ve ever had(and I usually don’t even like chocolate cake!). The texture is magical and I had fresh raspberries on the side which really balanced the richness of it. I don’t have a springform pan but a pie dish and loaf pan worked just fine.
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Food Texture/ "Richness" issues

I want to know if anyone else has this issue, as I am trying to find out if it would fall under ARFID...
Basically, I have an issue with foods that are dry in texture, things that stick in your mouth when you eat them, like peanut butter, bread/buns, potato, chocolate, cake/other desserts, cream cheese... (Or, to better describe, the OPPOSITE of this would be like, brothy soups, oranges/apples/other juicy fruits, cucumber, lettuce/cabbage/other watery veg, and beverages except for soda because of the corn syrup sticky-mouth feeling). When I eat food, I basically feel compulsively that I need to drink water, because I cant stand the feeling of dense/rich/dry foods in my mouth. I don't like when food particles or taste lingers in my mouth, and I don't like things that are difficult to chew/take a long time to chew because theyre too dry/dense... I would say that I drink far more water/beverages during mealtime than the average person, and honestly if I could, I would get all of my nutrition from beverages instead of solid foods (I have gone periods where I only drink Ensure/Boost drinks, but eventually I get super sick of the taste and also they cause constipation...). I drink a lot of tea, coffee, and fizzy water, occasionally juice but only watered down, otherwise the taste and consistency is too intense.
I wanted to know if anyone else has this particular issue with textures and needing to drink a ton of water/beverage in order to be able to eat anything, and if you think this could fall under ARFID??

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There is nothing fundamentally to right or wrong in life, there just is. Whatever perspective you have on it is the experience you will have. Richness starts in consciousness, and that is to look at where you are at life right now, and find things to be grateful for. The more you do this...

the more you will be living in the present moment rather than always thinking your riches are in the future somewhere, a rich consciousness is true wealth because either being content with what you have or choosing a simpler life where you earn less money but are fulfilled doing what you love, if you have that kind of passion for something, you will attract people to you who love your work, but on a deeper level your personal energy. A joyful heart is also a peaceful heart, which creates a peaceful mind, imagine being able to be like that all the time in every situation, peaceful, as you develop a greater wisdom to see things as they are, how the universe works and why not to fear death, that is true peace, true riches

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First attempt... tasted kind of wimpy, rolled too thin? Tasted like not enough toothsomeness. Recipe called for whole eggs. Better to use just yolks for richness?.. it was fun tho, will continue to experiment! TIA reddit.com/gallery/kmjpvy
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