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  1. Sleep. But in all seriousness dishes that revolve around beans as their primary ingredient are good. I've bean eating tomato and borlotti bean soup a lot over the past couple of weeks with slight variations to it every time I cook it, either due to not having certain ingredients or wondering how other ones would mix well in the dish. Basics are: 1 onion, diced (not 100% necessary but nice to have) 2 sticks of celery, diced (again, not 100% necessary) 1 carrot, diced (I don't bother peeling them) 2 cloves of garlic 1 400g can of tomatoes 1 400g can of borlotti beans (I've used other types of beans before, it's not a big deal what you use) 1L (4cups) of stock (I usually use chicken) And a bunch of pepper and some salt at the end. I usually double those ingredients since I like to make enough so that I end up just eating that for 2 meals a day, I also usually end up tripling the onions and carrots since I like both in soups and stews. Other stuff I add into the soup is turnips, parsnips, potato, cabbage, zucchini, swedes and diced bacon. For seasoning I add some bay leaves and have also added a tablespoon of Italian herbs into it. I haven't tried adding barley or anything like that into the soup but I've found that the soup ends up being pretty filling and nutritious, also depends on what produce is cheap in your area and what you can get on sale. Canned tomatoes and beans in my town tend to be around $0.80-$1 each, vegetables fluctuate but usually if you go to the markets or something like that then you should get a good deal. This is one of my main meals I'm using to help me lose weight. Dish goes well in a slow cooker as well. Another cheap meal I make in the slow cooker is chicken and corn soup. Buy the cheapest cuts of chicken (usually chicken legs, ideally anything with bones for extra flavour), make sure to add stuff like soy sauce, garlic and oyster sauce for extra flavour as well.
  2. I'm rewatching Dragon Ball and gradually watching through Jojo for the first time. Jojo is without a doubt one of the stupidest things I have ever watched and I have loved every second of it so far.
  3. I only recently started reading manga. I'm on chapter 24 on Attack on titan. Also started reading Konosuba recently, I'm on chapter 7 of that.
  4. Ex-plooooooooosion!!!
  5. It's honestly not something I've ever thought about, it all depends on the actual character themself. Although I am partial to cute anime girls, just as long as the fanservice isn't too unbearable.
  6. I took a quick look at my towns Wikipedia page, apparently the average for summer is 32C (90ishF) which seems like nonsense to me. Usually feels more like it's around 35C+ (95F).
  7. Overcast and really windy. It's winter in Australia and is currently 23c.
  8. I'm threeeighteen (the website where I originally made that username required usernames to be between 3-18 characters long). I suck at introductions. Age: 26 Gender: Male From: Australia I've been watching anime since I was around 7 or 8, the typical stuff for people my age such as Pokemon and Dragon Ball Z for the most part. During high school I started expanding my tastes in anime more with stuff like Ghost in the Shell, Fullmetal Alchemist (Brotherhood hadn't been released at this point) and Black Lagoon. Then my post high school years weren't very productive with regards to anime (or much else really), the past 12-18 months I've been getting more into anime again though and even started reading some manga (only Attack on Titan so far). Outside of anime I don't really do a great deal, my PC died recently so I'm gradually buying parts for my first custom built rig but once that's built I'll get back into gaming again. My current laptop can't even play stuff like Victoria 2. I'm also going back to university next month to do a bachelor in accounting. I'm a beekeeper as well. I hope to get to know you lot.
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