Culinary Lies


#21

90% of that coffee thread I would imagine.


#22

Yeah, it’s more like 23


#23

That bollocks about tea containing more caffeine than coffee.


#24

also dried beans take about 20X longer to become edible than the instructions say


#25

Completely agree I can drink several pints of tea in the morning and still fall asleep on a clothes line, but one coffee and I am wide awake


#26

The one that goes ‘if you’re hungry, have a glass of water, sometimes your body confuses hunger with thirst and you don’t actually need food.’

Bullshit!


#27

Contains more by dry weight, but a cup of tea has less caffeine than a cup of coffee.

You’re welcome.


#28

“Use by” Nope. If it smells OK and looks OK I’m having it regardless of date.


#29

18 mins is the correct answer, obviously.


#30

Alright Al Dente


#31

That Huel is food.


#32

Post/username etc


#33

Fizzy drinks make you more thirsty…


#34

Saw a guy in a Huel™ t-shirt in the airport yesterday. Where people could see him and everything.


#35

culinary lies, culinary sweet little lies


#36

there’s a guy I work with who seems to have made Huel a central part of his personality, it’s really weird


#37

Yeah that’s definitely true.


#38

always took about 40 minutes to get an edible one for me

I can’t be bothered to cook it anymore - no one actually likes it that much do they


#39

I like it when you have a recipe and it says it takes like 30 mins or something, and the first bit if the instructions says something like - ‘take your chicken that you’ve had marinating for the past week’ or ‘take your roasted vegatabkrs (you have already roasted your veg yeah?)’ and I’m like - fuck off mate - I’ve budgeted half an hour for this feast! Dickheads


#40

Not to mention the word Huel sounds gross… reminds me of throwing up from drinking too much when I was a teenager