They both love recipes within recipes. The two also share a love for hard-to-find ingredients. Meat glue and glucose may not seem very similar, but they do have one thing in common: I looked in all the right places:
Natural Harvest - A Collection of Semen-Based Recipes
Natural Harvest - A Collection of Semen-Based Recipes by Paul "Fotie" Photenhauer
Made From Fresh Fish From the Sea Fish Sauce Does Wonders for Thai Food They say curiosity kills the cat, and I certainly do get my share of curious students, who wish to know how just about every bottled sauce from across the Pacific is made, including fish sauce. In case you are not yet familiar with fish sauce, it is that salty, smelly brown liquid made from fish that is the single, most important flavoring ingredient in Thai cooking also well-loved in Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Burma and the Philippines. Used like salt in western cooking and soy sauce in Chinese cooking, good-quality fish sauce imparts a distinct aroma and flavor all its own. It is indispensable in the Thai kitchen as Thai food wouldn't be quite the same without it. Called "nam bplah" in Thai, or literally "fish water," genuine fish sauce is the water, or juice, in the flesh of fish that is extracted in the process of prolonged salting and fermentation.
I Finally Tried The Recipes From The Semen Cookbook
Covering a total of , square kilometers , square miles , Vietnam is approximately the same size as Italy and Japan. The geography of Vietnam plays an important role in the country's cuisine. Rice, the mainstay of the Vietnamese diet, is grown throughout the country but particularly in the Red River delta in the north and Mekong River delta in the south.
Where should one start? Removed from heat and ejaculate directly into the pan, return to heat and fry the semen without stirring. This will create a mini-omelette, or in some cases, many small omelette-drops.