Salt, pepper, potatoes, vegetable oil, eggs, bread, cereal.
Oooh, I love cereal too!
I always have chicken, garlic, potatoes, onions, parm, cheddar, eggs, bacon, olive oil, butter, some sort of pasta(i think i have bowtie and linguini) tomatoes, lettuce...cat food and dog food:)
Funny...non of us caffeine addicts have said coffee...
Ha! You're right.
I guess having coffee is like having salt and pepper. Always have to have it.
There are a lot of spices. Garlic, olive oil, and whatever fresh veggies trip my trigger at the time. 😁
I wrote garlic, but, i too have many different herbs and spices.
I figured it, a given.
There's just too many things to mention. 😁
Onions, garlic, bell peppers for sure..
Depends on your style of cooking, I make sure I always have black pepper, red pepper, curry, garlic dust, soy sauce.... um a Bulgarian spice I'm pretty sure you don't have called " чубрица " I like to experiment with spices, especially if I cook something meaty.
In the summer I make sure I have enough water, I pour it in glass bottles so they get cold faster in the fridge, I try to have vegetables so I can make salads for which I need to have some olive oil and um white cheese, still don't know if you have that one. I like to drink milk so I get that too, summer's hot so that means some beer, I guess also some bread, not to forget a mixture of tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, it's a thick red paste we call лютеница you're not Bulgarian if you don't love that. Last but not least meat, I'm pretty much a carnivore so I gotta have some meat too.
Seeing your post prompted me to mention that my father's family was Russian and his brothers married Polish women so I was exposed to Russian and Polish food when I went to family get-togethers. I have been meaning to make some borscht from scratch again real soon (but I have to remember to put on latex gloves before I handle the beets so my fingers don't get stained so bad as they did the last time I did that).
Its made from beets? They're super healthy but taste like mud
Garlic dust? another word for garlic powder?
What's your blood type?
I'm not a native English speaker, as good as my English has become it's not perfect and there are many things I don't know the words for, so I guess it's called garlic powder, in both cases powder and dust are similar in meaning.
I'm B+ why?
Garlic dust sounds a lot purer than garlic powder...which has crap in it...
I was going to tell you about your blood type...but it's too interesting and a fair bit to read...so if you have some time...Google "Eating For your Blood Type - B+"
I've heard about that blood type thing, I dont buy it, your blood type is determined by 3 genes A B O.
Garlic powder\dust is just supposed to be dried garlic ground into powder.
Garlic powder has preservatives in it...sulphites or something.
You don't have to buy it...just read it...it's interesting reading. They talk about people originally coming from Africa and moving out from there...tells how B pluses moved out towards the area where you are from...
I would but I used up all my fast net, I barely open amirite
It's not necessary to do this minute... When you've got a few minutes to kill...
Your English is very good.
Thank you, Im sure I still have a lot to learn.
Our kitchen doesn't work unless we have onions, garlic and mushrooms. Basic salad ingredients, cheese, hard boiled eggs, tomatoes and lettuce. Butter is also a must. We are all about food anyway.
And Campbell's mushroom soup...right?
COFFEE! And then salt and fresh peppercorns in a pepper mill, a garlic bulb, onion, fresh fruit of some type, eggs, flour, sugar, milk, fresh tomatoes, corn and flour tortillas, jalapeno peppers vegetable oil, popcorn.
After reading the posts above, I realized that I forgot to list pasta, cheese, and butter when I posted my list at the top of the poll.