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Eating like a God: Perfect for College

Discussion in 'Food and Beverage Forum' started by Sha'irullah, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. Sha'irullah

    Sha'irullah رسول الآلهة

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    Lavish, rich and lots of liquor. This is how I get good grades and this is more important than studying . . . which is detrimental to success.
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    Center cut pork chops seasoned with homegrown jalapenos, red chilies, garlic, kosher salt and cracked black pepper. Topped with cilantro and laid upon a bed of organic kale and Italian parsley fried in organic butter and organic coconut oil. I only fry in cast iron and stainless steel I should add because only post modernist scum use non stick :D
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    A nice Pina Colada. I could have hand made it like typical but I was lazy :(
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    Bread fried in butter and drizzled with organic maple syrup
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  2. Hubert Farnsworth

    Hubert Farnsworth Well-Known Member

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    Alcohol helps you get good grades, huh? Interesting.
     
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  3. Sha'irullah

    Sha'irullah رسول الآلهة

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    The point being when I come home I cook an absolutely perfect meal that sustains me and helps me relax despite any stress. It is not the alcohol but the meal completely that does the trick. Since I have to cook for myself I ensure every meal is fit for my last.
     
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    Well, it's good that you know how to cook. Most college dining centers don't have food as good as that.
     
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  5. Sha'irullah

    Sha'irullah رسول الآلهة

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    Thank you buddy, I take pride in my cooking and I enjoy using meal prep to drastically cut down on time. My meal was already planned on Sunday except for the bread. So I buy many things in bulk at low costs and reduce my expenditure despite what may be called "fancy dining" especially by college student standards. Keep in mind this is my primary meal on school days and this is how I ultimately enforce my learning abilities. It is always good to reward oneself when one deserves it. My GPA does not lie.
     
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    Sha'irullah رسول الآلهة

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    Fresh organic chicken breasts soaked in apple cider vinegar for 2 days and seasoned with garlic, red chili powder, kosher salt, cracked black pepper with a side of organic string beans, broccoli, bell pepper topped with organic mozzarella cheese.

    This was cooked in a toaster oven believe it or not.

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  7. Hammzah

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    I thought you were a Muslim.
     
  8. Sha'irullah

    Sha'irullah رسول الآلهة

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    . . . I was a Muslim more than 6 years ago. How on earth would you think I was a Muslim???
     
  9. Hammzah

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    Your name sounds middle eastern. Your religion sounds middle eastern and there is this Arabic looking writing under your name.

    Anyways, let's just say alcohol is water and a tree is your problems. The more more water you put into the tree the bigger the tree grows. The bigger the tree grows the more water it wants. Don't you think its better if you don't put any water into the tree, and cut the tree, instead?
     
  10. Sha'irullah

    Sha'irullah رسول الآلهة

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    My name means Poet of Allah so yes I understand that debacle. But under my username it reads out "messenger of the gods" and my religion says, "obedience to the gods." So obviously I am a polytheist and cannot possibly be a Muslim although I still hold Islam close to my heart I disagree with much of Islam and especially tawhid.

    No I say give the tree more water because the tree needs to be satiated as the tree is a good thing, much like alcohol. I refrained from alcohol long enough as a Muslim to know that without the beverage I am not removing a danger to my life. Alcohol fores relaxation and if my body craves it, I give it what it wants so long as it fits within my dietary nutrition. After that I no longer consume alcohol as it is over saturating something that may grow to be insatiable.

    Just like the tree, if one knows about planting they know they can force a growing plant to restrict it water over time forcing it to get accustomed to less and less water.
     
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  11. Hammzah

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    Yes, it might be an assistance for a short time. However though, don't you think its a harm for a long time?
     
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    Sha'irullah رسول الآلهة

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    I drink over a period of a month and go liquor and coffee free for months on end. Last year I went 9 months without liquor. So your point is meaningless at the end of the day. I understand if you thought I drunk every single day but to me that is just ludicrous
     
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    I love cooking, myself.

    The pictured meals look delicious. What are they, exactly?
     
  14. Epic Beard Man

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    Doesn't this make you a hypocrite according to Islam and a Kufr committing Shirk?

    How does one hold Islam dear when the most dearest principle of Islam you're turning away from? I'm nobody to judge as I myself, am a non-Muslim but after studying Islam over a decade, it seems confusing unless you are simply holding the Arabic cultural aspect of Islam. Otherwise Islam's theology is meaningless to your polytheistic beliefs.

    Qul'huwa Allahu Ahad
    Allahu assamad
    Lam Yalid Wa lam Yulad
    Wa lam yakun lahu kufuwan ahad

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  15. Sha'irullah

    Sha'irullah رسول الآلهة

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    Go back and read the text above them. I carefully labelled them although they may be to small.
     
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    Sha'irullah رسول الآلهة

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    Obviously so but I am not a hypocrite since I am not a Muslim anymore. I lived my life as a pious Muslim already and no longer practice the din.
    Not true when looking at the greater scheme of things. I find Islam practical and beneficial to a great degree but it does not mean I find its core conclusions correct. Islam led me to polytheism to begin with as no Muslim theologian could rationalize tawhid yet alone the Qur'an. I find the heart of the religion honest but the ultimate conclusions lackings on a few key points.

    Charity, humility, sexual modesty, justice, moral consistency and surrender to the divine is what Islam is. All of which I do. I just do not find alcohol one of such matter and monotheism to be an incorrect conclusion, that is literally all.
     
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    Well that assumes there is little self control. I tend to give people more credit.
    People can enjoy a beer and stop themselves. Others drink the bottle. It depends on how a person is.
    So I guess self control is like the gardener tending to the tree. The more there is the better the tree is.
    Besides alcohol can help people with creative problem solving. Though for sheer concentration a stimulant is usually preferable.
     
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    Having a drink every once in awhile isn't going to hurt you.
     
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    I love taking my time to make schnitzel. I spend about an hour just prepping. Beating the pork chops paper thin, making sure I season and bread them perfectly. Handmade gorgeous potato salad for a side dish with some green beans. Fresh lemons to drown them in just before eating. A very small dab of ketchup, like U.S. quarter size is all you need. There is something very satisfying about cooking a meal yourself. I can dig it.
     
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