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We all should be able to agree that parenting isn’t always easy. It can actually be really stressful and seriously limit sleep. But it isn’t right to involve children in what should be childcare, stressed the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. Redditor Objective-Cry-9118 thought it would be okay to delegate some responsibilities to her teenage stepdaughter […] More
Reddito Glittering-Ad793 is a 27-year-old woman who was accused of being a horrible girlfriend by her 41-year-old boyfriend. He had expressed his frustration over their dinner options at home, and when he discovered what was being served, he shut her out. She sought help from strangers by visiting the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit […] More
Let’s be honest, adulting is really hard sometimes. Finding ourselves, deciding what we’ll do with our lives, and still doing all the day-to-day tasks, like cooking and cleaning, it’s a lot to process. And there always seems to be at least one person in our lives who doesn’t appreciate everything we do, admitted the “Am I […] More
Redditor throwawayFightInGrp is an Indian woman who is a vegetarian and enjoys cooking the cuisine of her culture for her boyfriend–who also happens to be a vegetarian. She expanded her cooking options–but remained focused on vegetarian dishes–since she and her boyfriend worked from home during the pandemic. Eventually, he went back to the office where […] More
People Break Down Which Common Cooking Tips Are Actually Completely Wrong
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As an experienced cook and someone who is passionate in the kitchen, I'm gonna need every single one of you to stop lying about this whole "no such thing as too much garlic" thing.

There absolutely *is* a such thing as too much garlic, especially if it's improperly timed and bitter, chewy, etc...

Especially, especially if the recipe is ice cream.

Garlic ice cream should not be a thing, but it is.

ANY garlic is too much garlic for an ice cream recipe, in my opinion.

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