Bwis53 wrote:I was surprised at the variations online. I like mine with avocado, tomato, onion, garlic and no cilantro, no hot peppers,no lime. I enjoy the garlic quac from Whole Foods. Gotta good recipe? (I prefer savory to hot.)
savoury as in the one of the seven cardinal taste types also referred to as umami? since it appears to be sensed through taste buds responding to glutamate type chemicals, a small amount of monosodium glutamate -- or a more subtle way would be to integrate cucumbers, which naturally contain it, most types of pickle juice in small quantites and tomatoes, with which i have been experimenting this week, particularly the seeds and pulp. i also did 62 per cent lemon juice, 31 per cent lime juice and 7 per cent v8 juice . . . i have also experimented with changing the juice ratio when using lemon salt, lemon-lime salt, lime salt, pickle salt, tomato salt, and celery salt . . . another juice recipe that works is 58 percent lemon, 28 per cent lime, 7 per cent v8 juice, 5 per cent pickle juice (claussen's kosher dill spears)
with plain or other salts . . . different degrees of fineness, different sources, and intended end use can be varied . . . using the pink himalayan salt by itself or in combination with sea salt is also another variable . . . the pink salt, which when i first heard of it because of indian or a i p pink heroin n° 3 and 4, contains essentially all of the alkaline metals and alkalai earth metals in addition to such things as trace amounts of rare earh elements, gold, silver, platinum & friends and oodles of all of the halogens save astatine (or maybe they do, for a dozen atoms at a time
also, the biochemical angle to it probably explains why angel dust, special k, miltown, georgia home boy, doriden, disco biscuits, early barbiturates and the like have a side effect known as taste perversion. back in the day there was an entire series of morphine-based barbiturates -- yummy! "doctor doctor -- i am a chef*/cook/restaurant reviewer/health inspector and i need some georgia home boy and ludes and seconal; too bad that today's youth, and everyone else, of not only ludes but doors & fours, not to mention blue velvet, kibbles & bits, and ts & blues . . . the united nations (through unesco) should have taken over those and other such things when the manufacturers gave into the fuckwad pin head f d a . . .
* a chef is also a critical cog in the wheels of the traditional opium den -- they scoop up some op from the container and form it into a round, easily vapourised "pill" which goes on/in the pipe . . .