Nuclear War

No-knead bread:
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Banana bread:
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Do never buy silicon

I bake food from the most basic elements of life: water, salt, flour, sugar, bananas, vanilla extract, walnuts. If there is nuclear war, I will be able to survive with just a couple things (clean running water, electric oven, grocery store), while many of you will starve because you were too busy eating Chipotle burritos instead of learning how to bake at home.

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Mortis
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Haha. Try this buddy.

1 can beer
3 cups self-rising flour
1/2 cup sugar
(bananas or honey.. or anything else really, if you want)

Bake at 350 for 35 minutes, butter the top and cook for 10 more minutes.

Bon App?tit!

Lou P.
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Homemade banana bread is delicious.

hedonistic
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I have a huge weakness for men who not only can, but LIKE to, cook! I wish it weren’t turning into a lost art.

Davoud Askari
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I don’t like to cook until hungar pangs set in!

hedonistic
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Oh – and I agree – ceramic bakeware is the best. Heavy and breakable, granted. Silicon, bleah.

Cast iron is also very good if you’re strong enough to lift it and willing to maintain it properly (it will rust if you don’t).

I have a collection of Calphalon nonstick cookware that is so heavy and beautiful and EXPENSIVE but I know I shouldn’t be using because of the (carcinogenic, DuPont is quietly phasing it out) nonstick surface. GAH!

KassyK
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Hey…does stovetop & oven cooking count? I’m not the best baker but I can make a MEAN stir fry.
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KassyK
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DAMMMMMMMMNIT my stupid spelling again won’t let me use a smilie…let’s try this again:

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freckledk
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Looks good. What can you show me in a lemon poppy?

Steve Lurkel
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“…while many of you will starve because you were too busy eating Chipotle burritos instead of learning how to bake at home.”

Meh, there’s always cannibalism.

Jay Gatsby
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The problem with lemon poppy is that you may fail a random drug test.

holiday
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Who knew you were so domestic? I once became infatuated with a guy who baked the most fabulous key lime pie. Nothing is sexier than a foodie.

phi
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but can you cook? if you can turn k-rations into a culinary delight, that would be impressive.

if there’s electricity, a grocery store available as well as clean running water, I’m going to assume there’s ready made bread available.

Phil
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As long as McDonald’s is not decimated in the nuclear explosion, and the people who work there survive and continue to show up for work, I’ll be just fine.

Jinxy
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That’s all well and good, but what will you do when the zombies come?

hedonistic
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Zombies are good with ketchup.

Tacoma
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I made the no-knead bread too and it was awesome! Best bread I’ve ever made. Did you use cast iron or something else?

Are you turning into a food blogger?

inSOMnia
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ur bread is warm like a mans anus?

freckledk
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I shouldn’t have seen the banana bread and carrot cake (best cake ever) threads. My lunch of steamed broccoli is no longer cutting it..and I love my broccoli. Phooey!

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Well, now I know who I have to kill for a loaf of banana bread if there’s a nuclear war. Thanks for the heads up, and see you later?

ps- Please wear a hairnet and a long sleeve shirt while preparing my banana bread, you hairy ape you. Hair in food makes me ill.

Namaste
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And omelets.

Tomteboda
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Putting walnuts into anything is the fastest way to destroy otherwise delicious food.

But it looks tasty.

B
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You gotta make homemade banana bread. It’s bomb!