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Texas Chef Successfully Deep-Fries Beer

 
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hey can you tell me how to make saurkraut.i have lot of cabbages lying around.
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Haha, sorry, i always buy premade sauerkraut. hf
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:umhuhbeercat:
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Cool photo
"If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy"- James Madison

"Joining the military does not mean that you will be defending the country. The purpose of the U.S. military should be to defend the United States. Period. Yet, one of the greatest myths ever invented is that the current U.S. military somehow defends our freedoms. First of all, our freedoms are not in danger of being taken away by foreign countries; if they are taken away it will be by our own government. It is not a country making war on us that we need to fear, it is our government making war on the Bill of Rights. And second, how is stationing troops in 150 different regions of the world on hundreds of U.S. military bases defending our freedoms? It is not the purpose of the U.S. military to change regimes, secure the borders of other countries, or spread democracy at gunpoint. The Department of Defense should first and foremost be the Department of Homeland Security."--Laurence Vance--
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hey can you tell me how to make saurkraut.i have lot of cabbages lying around.

Haha, sorry, i always buy premade sauerkraut. hf
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Make some kimshi
"If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy"- James Madison

"Joining the military does not mean that you will be defending the country. The purpose of the U.S. military should be to defend the United States. Period. Yet, one of the greatest myths ever invented is that the current U.S. military somehow defends our freedoms. First of all, our freedoms are not in danger of being taken away by foreign countries; if they are taken away it will be by our own government. It is not a country making war on us that we need to fear, it is our government making war on the Bill of Rights. And second, how is stationing troops in 150 different regions of the world on hundreds of U.S. military bases defending our freedoms? It is not the purpose of the U.S. military to change regimes, secure the borders of other countries, or spread democracy at gunpoint. The Department of Defense should first and foremost be the Department of Homeland Security."--Laurence Vance--
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You Germans were always wiffing on us for serving beer ice cold! tounge
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Ice cold is too cold, 7°C is a good beer temperature. :P
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09/16/2010 11:47 AM
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Thanks for the pin :)

On a side note: I still think the best deep fried food is deep fried turkey YUMMMMMMMMM
"If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy"- James Madison

"Joining the military does not mean that you will be defending the country. The purpose of the U.S. military should be to defend the United States. Period. Yet, one of the greatest myths ever invented is that the current U.S. military somehow defends our freedoms. First of all, our freedoms are not in danger of being taken away by foreign countries; if they are taken away it will be by our own government. It is not a country making war on us that we need to fear, it is our government making war on the Bill of Rights. And second, how is stationing troops in 150 different regions of the world on hundreds of U.S. military bases defending our freedoms? It is not the purpose of the U.S. military to change regimes, secure the borders of other countries, or spread democracy at gunpoint. The Department of Defense should first and foremost be the Department of Homeland Security."--Laurence Vance--
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Wonder how it would taste with vodka, jack, rum, etc.
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Rum in a chocolate type dough. Holy fuck...
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Make some kimshi
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Interesting, too much trouble for a lazy guy like me though. I´ll stay with Sauerkraut.

Also, beer must be drunk, not eaten. What´s next, beer soup?
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Make some kimshi

Interesting, too much trouble for a lazy guy like me though. I´ll stay with Sauerkraut.

Also, beer must be drunk, not eaten. What´s next, beer soup?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1100497



LOL beer, bacon, and bean soup......mmmmmm now that one sounds like it could work. Beer Chili is good :)

I like my Sauerkraut, but the kimshi is good as well; eating to much kimshi though is bad when you start to sweat.
"If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy"- James Madison

"Joining the military does not mean that you will be defending the country. The purpose of the U.S. military should be to defend the United States. Period. Yet, one of the greatest myths ever invented is that the current U.S. military somehow defends our freedoms. First of all, our freedoms are not in danger of being taken away by foreign countries; if they are taken away it will be by our own government. It is not a country making war on us that we need to fear, it is our government making war on the Bill of Rights. And second, how is stationing troops in 150 different regions of the world on hundreds of U.S. military bases defending our freedoms? It is not the purpose of the U.S. military to change regimes, secure the borders of other countries, or spread democracy at gunpoint. The Department of Defense should first and foremost be the Department of Homeland Security."--Laurence Vance--
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Make some kimshi

Interesting, too much trouble for a lazy guy like me though. I´ll stay with Sauerkraut.

Also, beer must be drunk, not eaten. What´s next, beer soup?



LOL beer, bacon, and bean soup......mmmmmm now that one sounds like it could work. Beer Chili is good :)

I like my Sauerkraut, but the kimshi is good as well; eating to much kimshi though is bad when you start to sweat.
 Quoting: Tols


Have you not had "Cheddar-Beer" soup?

You have not lived!
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Make some kimshi

Interesting, too much trouble for a lazy guy like me though. I´ll stay with Sauerkraut.

Also, beer must be drunk, not eaten. What´s next, beer soup?



LOL beer, bacon, and bean soup......mmmmmm now that one sounds like it could work. Beer Chili is good :)

I like my Sauerkraut, but the kimshi is good as well; eating to much kimshi though is bad when you start to sweat.
 Quoting: Tols


All pickled cabbage dishes are delicious.
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09/16/2010 11:57 AM
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I am so sick of what we Americans do to beer! Let's make it taste really FRUITY, let's put INSANE AMOUNTS OF HOP in it, or wheat, or FREAKIN CHOCOLATE, make it all malty, or crank up the amount of alcohol in it until it's like wine. What in God's name is going on??? Raspberry beer? WTF?!

AND NOW THIS? Can we just concentrate on making good beer, please?! We only have... oh, five thousand years of catching up to do compared with Europe!
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09/16/2010 12:01 PM
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I'll stick to drinking my beer.
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09/16/2010 12:02 PM
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All pickled cabbage dishes are delicious.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 657383

The best is "dead grandma":
potatoes
sauerkraut
blutwurst (blood sausage)
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All pickled cabbage dishes are delicious.

The best is "dead grandma":
potatoes
sauerkraut
blutwurst (blood sausage)
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sounds sickeningly succulent.
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09/16/2010 12:09 PM
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I am so sick of what we Americans do to beer! Let's make it taste really FRUITY, let's put INSANE AMOUNTS OF HOP in it, or wheat, or FREAKIN CHOCOLATE, make it all malty, or crank up the amount of alcohol in it until it's like wine. What in God's name is going on??? Raspberry beer? WTF?!

AND NOW THIS? Can we just concentrate on making good beer, please?! We only have... oh, five thousand years of catching up to do compared with Europe!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1010440

lol, atleast some americans know they´re behind. lmao

That said, we have weird "beers" in Germany too, e.g. all that alcopop bs, like Beer+Energy, Beer+Lemon, Beer+Orange etc...

But that stuff mustn´t be called beer, since in german beer only hop, water and malt are allowed. Long live the Reinheitsgebot!
5a

Oh, and Beck´s tastes like piss. Too much hop.
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09/16/2010 12:11 PM
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sounds sickeningly succulent.
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It´s awesome, you wouldn´t believe until you tried. Blutwurst is the best! lolsign
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09/16/2010 12:11 PM
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Technically, the beer is not fried, since the beer remaining inside the pretzel did not come into contact with the hot oil.
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Stella a good one to drink
"If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy"- James Madison

"Joining the military does not mean that you will be defending the country. The purpose of the U.S. military should be to defend the United States. Period. Yet, one of the greatest myths ever invented is that the current U.S. military somehow defends our freedoms. First of all, our freedoms are not in danger of being taken away by foreign countries; if they are taken away it will be by our own government. It is not a country making war on us that we need to fear, it is our government making war on the Bill of Rights. And second, how is stationing troops in 150 different regions of the world on hundreds of U.S. military bases defending our freedoms? It is not the purpose of the U.S. military to change regimes, secure the borders of other countries, or spread democracy at gunpoint. The Department of Defense should first and foremost be the Department of Homeland Security."--Laurence Vance--
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My pet rat Casey would have loved it! Always drank with me on Friday night!

Very upscale animal! Loved Tanqueray and Tonic!
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09/16/2010 12:22 PM
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Beer is so last year, now it's margaritas. If you bring something, anything, to the "Fried Specialties" vendors, they'll deep fry it.
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09/16/2010 12:29 PM
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eeeeww
Damn yankees.

Fuckin' krauts.


At least we don´t fry beer!



 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1100459


Yeah, instead you hateful fuckers bake Jews.



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09/16/2010 12:30 PM
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eeeeww
Damn yankees.
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Texas is Southern land son...not Yankee land.
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09/16/2010 12:33 PM
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Only on America..


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How long before you Racist Australians dream up a deep-fried Indian recipe?




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09/16/2010 12:37 PM
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Texas is Southern land son...not Yankee land.
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For germans all US citizens are Yankees, just like all Germans are beer loving bavarian krauts from US´ POV.

No pun intended, i just was scared of the idea of fried beer.

@ jew baking comment: You are the hateful one. Don´t condemn me for things i am not responsible for. I don´t condemn today´s Americans for nuking Hiroshima either.
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This sounds like an emergency room trip waiting to happen lol
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God bless Texas! You knew if someone was gonna make an advancement in beer technology it would be us!
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I guess chicken or cow isn't big enough for the greedy yanks any more.
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@ jew baking comment: You are the hateful one.
Don´t condemn me for things i am not responsible for.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1100534


As a German, do you accept Responsibility for starting WWI
and killing millions of Frenchmen?




Or do you accept Responsibility for invading Russia and
killing 20 million Russians in WWII?




WHAT German Hatred DO YOU accept Responsibility for??




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hey can you tell me how to make saurkraut.i have lot of cabbages lying around.
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This looks like an interesting approach to making sauerkraut. I might try this recipe this year and throw in some apples.

[link to www.wildfermentation.com]

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09/16/2010 01:27 PM
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Re: Texas Chef Successfully Deep-Fries Beer
unless the beer were deep-fried inside a krispy kreme bacon cheesburger; a deep-fried peanut butter, banana, jelly, pickle, bacon elvis-type white bread sandwich; or a deep-fried twinkie, this may as well have happened in australia, or one of those other mediocre european countries. *yawn*

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