Boijoy wrote:how the hell do you live in Reno & not like cilantro?? It's on everything here!! and onions.
Boijoy wrote:LostinReno wrote:geekster wrote:TIP: NEVER put cilantro in anything. Serve it on the side. 10% of the population has a genetic variation that causes cilantro to be positively repulsive.
Ewwww, count me in that 10%! People who love it (seemingly, the other 90%), seem to pile it on! It really pisses me off when people ruin guacamole with that nastiness. Blech!
Back to the topic, I made a huge batch of Tabouli (minus cilantro :wink: ), it lasted all week in the fridge and everybody seemed to like it.
how the hell do you live in Reno & not like cilantro?? It's on everything here!! and onions.
See that's the attitude that makes people say things like "Cilantro Intolerents Intolerence is the last socially permissible predudice."Prospero's Ghost wrote:My favorite quote about this:
"If you don't like cilantro...you are wrong...try it again..."
LostinReno wrote:Boijoy wrote:how the hell do you live in Reno & not like cilantro?? It's on everything here!! and onions.
I LOVE onions!
I know they put it in everything and it annoys me. It's easy to skim it off the top of Vietnamese noodles (never knew cilantro was Vietnamese, why the hell is it in their soup??)
ZenoBoy wrote:Can you get your hands on a vacuum sealer? That will change your life, like seeing Jesus on toast!
Premake your food, vacuum seal it, then freeze those mofos. Depending on what you make and if you need extra prep, garnish, etc. most of your time will only be spent boiling those bags in hot water. No mess, use the same water for multiple meals and have great food.
In years past I've made:
Chicken Tikka Masala
Avocado Cucumber soup
Mac n Cheese with Bacon
BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches (Don't vacuum your buns)
Chinese Mushroom, Asparagus, Broccoli in soy sauce
Bruschetta w/ Tomatos, Basil & Fresh Mozz
Fresh fruit & veggies are going to be tough to keep if you arrive early in the week for a dinner on Friday.
It's kind of limitless but you have to keep it all frozen until you're ready. I typically cook up a bunch of rice and freeze them in small packets. Sometimes it's just easy to heat up rice, pour some soy sauce on it and eat it with bacon.
AntiM wrote:Cilantro tastes like soap.
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