A Mahara Almanac: Day 2

Yesterday morning, as my mom was leaving for India again, she told me to “take care of your sister”. I was too sleepy to laugh and say she’s probably better equipped to survive than I am.

Went snooping around this “super market” thing. Lots of peculiar objects on the shelves. Bought things like bread(doesn’t grow on trees! lolwut?), sausages, cereal and cow juice to go with the cereal. I’m set-up for at least a few weeks. Days. A couple of days, at least.

Googled “super simple roti recipe” and found a blogpost by a kindred spirit, explaining how to make basic chapattis. Took at least fifteen minutes, I think. The ROI on this cooking thing is too small for my taste(see what I did there? Ba-dam-tssss).

Not dead yet, so I’m guessing the chapattis were alright. Should find a few test subjects to test future meals. Next week, perhaps chicken. At least, chicken that’s been cut up by the supermarket attendants. I have no desire to handle intestines and things.


Note: Must find way to breed chicken without intestines and other non-appealing parts. Some form of tree-grown chicken maybe?

Note 2: Any of you want free samples of (more or less) cooked chicken? Running trials to ascertain the minimum amount of cooking needed to avoid de-… to avoid addiction to delicious chicken.


2 Responses to “A Mahara Almanac: Day 2”

  1. January 23, 2012 at 9:53 am

    I dunno what to say, except not to buy bread from a supermarket. Do you have a rice cooker? Those things are pretty easy to work, I hear. :/

  2. January 23, 2012 at 10:19 am

    You need to get a few pointers from Imaad!

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