Lmao what do white people eat everyday, educate me.

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brianmanahan

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What's a steakumm?

they are frozen thin rectangles of beef which you can cook like this:

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and turn into something like this:

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kage69

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oh man steakumms are so good, i used to eat one of these every day:

- fry a couple steakumms in a pan with some onions
- put them on a hamburger bun
- throw a slice of velveeta on the steakumms
- spread miracle whip and bbq sauce on the top bun
- assemble and enjoy

🤌

Tell us you made it out of that dorm.

Naw, looks good, despite Velveeta being involved. Good on ya for leaving green peppers out of it.
 
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kage69

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Velveeta can be forgiven, miracle whip however, not possible :)

Oh shit. I missed that, and stand corrected. There really is something wrong with that stuff.

Brian you filthy, uncouth peeg. How could you. I'm not saying you should apologize, but it wouldn't be inappropriate.
 
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WelshBloke

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they are frozen thin rectangles of beef which you can cook like this:

steakumms.jpg


and turn into something like this:

steak-umm-sandwich.jpeg
I was confused because Wikipedia says firstly "Steak-umm is an American brand of thin-sliced frozen steaks" which, to me, would just be thin slices of a chunk 9f beef.
But then it says "Judge Lawrence Stengel described the product as "chopped and formed emulsified meat product that is comprised of beef trimmings left over after an animal is slaughtered and all of the primary cuts, such as tenderloin, filet, and rib eye, are removed. . . . The emulsified meat is pressed into a loaf and sliced, frozen and packaged."".

Which is a bit more 🤢
 
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I was confused because Wikipedia says firstly "Steak-umm is an American brand of thin-sliced frozen steaks" which, to me, would just be thin slices of a chunk 9f beef.
But then it says "Judge Lawrence Stengel described the product as "chopped and formed emulsified meat product that is comprised of beef trimmings left over after an animal is slaughtered and all of the primary cuts, such as tenderloin, filet, and rib eye, are removed. . . . The emulsified meat is pressed into a loaf and sliced, frozen and packaged."".

Which is a bit more 🤢

That woudln't bother me - waste not want not. _Except_ since the BSE/mad cow disease thing, there seems reason to be cautious of anything that could have cow CNS material in it.
 

WelshBloke

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That woudln't bother me - waste not want not. _Except_ since the BSE/mad cow disease thing, there seems reason to be cautious of anything that could have cow CNS material in it.
It doesn't exactly bother me, I eat faggots and those have non specific parts of animals in them. Its just no one calls them steak!
 

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I was confused because Wikipedia says firstly "Steak-umm is an American brand of thin-sliced frozen steaks" which, to me, would just be thin slices of a chunk 9f beef.
But then it says "Judge Lawrence Stengel described the product as "chopped and formed emulsified meat product that is comprised of beef trimmings left over after an animal is slaughtered and all of the primary cuts, such as tenderloin, filet, and rib eye, are removed. . . . The emulsified meat is pressed into a loaf and sliced, frozen and packaged."".

Which is a bit more 🤢

sounds like another way of calling it a hot dog, or Bar-S lunch meat
 
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kage69

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It doesn't exactly bother me, I eat faggots and those have non specific parts of animals in them. Its just no one calls them steak!

He means guts wrapped in bacon, people.


Americans don't dig on offal as much as Europeans, not any more anyways. Homogeneous slurry o'trim n scraps, that's fine though, not that I really eat hot dogs either. The minor amount of pate involved in a beef Wellington is about as far as I can go, just have no interest in offal at all. Kidneys, sweetbreads, tripe, ugh, get it away.
 
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MrSquished

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He means guts wrapped in bacon, people.


Americans don't dig on offal as much as Europeans, not any more anyways. Homogeneous slurry o'trim n scraps, that's fine though, not that I really eat hot dogs either. The minor amount of pate involved in a beef Wellington is about as far as I can go, just have no interest in offal at all. Kidneys, sweetbreads, tripe, ugh, get it away.

Chicken livers, pate, fois gras, yakitori chicken hearts, sweetbreads. All delicious. Did not like brains. Would try tongue. Would not try eyeballs, or the other kind of balls. Tried tripe but it was not at a great restaurant so it was way too chewy. Not sure if that can be tempered.
 

Captante

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Rare burgers aren't juicy, they are mushy

Sorry but I think this says a lot more about the "quality" (or not rotfl) of the beef you are using for your burgers than anything else.



It doesn't exactly bother me, I eat faggots and those have non specific parts of animals in them. Its just no one calls them steak!

Don't you find the splinters between your teeth get a bit annoying? ;)

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My local grocery sells actual whole-beef sliced super-thin which looks about the same as a "steak-umm" but tastes exponentially better. (plus it has actual "texture" since it's not machine-extruded beef-like mush!)
 
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brianmanahan

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breakfast: cheerioes and coffee

lunch: chicken salad wrap, or a salad with chicken on it

dinner: usually some frozen dinner lol. frozen pizza, frozen sweet & sour chicken, etc.

today i mixed it up!

had the frozen pizza for lunch, and am going to have the chicken salad wrap for dinner

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Hans Gruber

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American cheese would like to have a word....

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I make my own Sausage McMuffin with Egg using Kraft Singles, real eggs and english muffins. I a true sandwich artist has trade secrets. I have been accused by a fat person of making Jimmy Dean frozen foods some how. Basically being accused of not having the ability to make better food than Jimmy Dean and McDonald's.