Mapo tofu recipe just one cookbook

Just like Grandma used to make

2017.06.07 15:33 Pengu_333 Just like Grandma used to make

Found between the pages of worn-out cookbook or shoved to the back of the spice cupboard, this subreddit is dedicated to handwritten recipes of yesteryear.

2013.07.26 05:44 nlansing Vegetarian Food That'll Convert The Carnivores

Who says vegetarians eat bad? Share your favorite pictures (with recipes in the comments) of your favorite vegetarian meals and snacks for not only hungry vegetarians, but anyone interested in trying something new and delicious.

2012.12.27 01:26 PabstyLoudmouth Eating healthy on a cheap budget

Eating healthy on a cheap budget

2023.04.01 16:04 e-xtrc Details on Gust's 2024 Project (Take this with a grain of salt)

Let's get right to it:
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2023.04.01 15:51 Tolik_708 Can't create working makefile

My current makefile -
PROJDIR = $(CURDIR) SOURCEDIR = $(PROJDIR)/source BUILDDIR = $(PROJDIR)/build APPNAME = main.exe FOLDERS = testFolder demo SOURCES = $(foreach folder, $(FOLDERS), $(wildcard $(SOURCEDIR)/$(folder)/*.cpp)) INCLUDES = $(foreach folder, $(FOLDERS), $(addprefix -I$(SOURCEDIR), /$(folder))) OBJS = $(foreach file, $(SOURCES), $(subst $(SOURCEDIR), $(BUILDDIR), $(file:.cpp=.o))) compile: $(OBJS) g++ $(OBJS) -o $(BUILDDIR)/$(APPNAME) $(INCLUDES) run: compile $(BUILDDIR)/$(APPNAME) $(foreach src,$(SOURCES),$(eval $(call generateRules,$(src)))) define generateRules $(subst $(SOURCEDIR),$(BUILDDIR),$1:.cpp=.o): $1 g++ -c $$< -o [email protected] $(INCLUDES) endef 
Error is - make: *** No rule to make target '...', needed by 'compile'. Stop. And I understand why I get such error. It's because $(foreach src,$(SOURCES),$(eval $(call generateRules,$(src)))) hasn't generated recipes. But I can't understand why. I read the documentation and it seems to me, like I am doing all right.
What I already tried:
1 Call macro without foreach oand eval.
2 Use plain function like this
generateRules = $(subst $(SOURCEDIR),$(BUILDDIR),$1:.cpp=.o): $1; \ g++ -c $$< -o [email protected] $(INCLUDES); 
but problem with this was that only one recipe in foreach were created and other rules just followed after, like command.
3 Change position in makefile of this lines of code.
4 Tested all input data.
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2023.04.01 15:06 Layleez [Thank You] A handmade card and some postcards

u/bluedecemberart : Thank you for the lovely Ivy Mucha postcard you sent me! We've been having storms out here too, and are in fact on flood watch 😬 lol! I hope you stay safe out there! I'll have a card headed your way shortly ❤. I have some new postcards coming in.
u/shipping_addict : Thank you for the beautiful pastel postcard! The one you selected for me is just perfect 🥰. My favorite color is purple (all shades) and I love roses. I'm glad you liked my prompt, I think it's a fun one! I have to say Pooh made honey look so yummy, and I'm not even a big fan of it haha. An animated food that I've always wanted to try was Créme de la Créme á la Edgar from the Aristocats, so much that I found a recipe for it and saved it. So I can make it and have it the next time I watch that cartoon haha. Did you happen to receive the postcard I sent with the savory oatmeal recipe yet?
u/littlehoneybeebuzz : Thank you for the cute surprise pepper postcard! I used to grow a bunch of different peppers. I love watching the rain from the window 😊. Spring hasn't really happened here yet. Spring used to be sunny and warm with occasional showers, lots of things in bloom, and mockingbirds singing all hours of the day. But, I now live in a area that has high winds throughout the year, so sometimes that's a thing haha. Our weather has been weird the last few years to me, though. Right now there's still a crisp chill in the air. It's been very stormy as well, which I think will likely damage crops. But, I did hear my first mockingbird last week!
u/wabisabi_sf : Thank you so much for the surprise RAoC 10th anniversary postcard! I appreciate you thinking of me, and making me feel included 🥰. I’m so happy to be a part of this wonderful community!
u/orangewolpertinger : Thank you for the cute handmade Stranger Things card. Steve does have a great relationship with the kids. I like his dynamic with Dustin! And yes, they did Barb dirty 😕. A postcard from me should (hopefully) be arriving soon!
u/Monetmonkey : Thank you giraffe for the cute giraffe butt postcard ☺️. It makes me happy lol. I loved the washi you used on the back. There was even a giraffe in it! I even loved the stickers and the pen you used! I had the pleasure of feeding a giraffe once, they're so sweet. And yes! Comic book and cartoon Rogue and Gambit were my fave X-Men!
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2023.04.01 14:47 JogOnPal Help please. Just getting started and I would like some advice.

Hello there. I'm looking for some broad advice to a range of questions so I can get started without pestering you all, every ten minutes.
I'm getting on a bit (34) and a dad to two lads. I work away from home a lot. I'm gone Monday morning and back Friday night. I'm an idustrial roofer and cladder which keeps me fairly strong but I see the blokes who've been in the job all their lives and not one of them can stand up straight or use their fingers properly in the cold.
My weekends revolve around playing with the kids as I'm only home two days a week as it is and their mum is at work.
Through all of this, my work/home life seems to be mostly stable these days and I can see the beginning of a routine forming. I've cut out regular drinking which already feels good. I've started running 3x a week and got some weights in my shed to get started with some compound lifts to try and counter some of the damage that work does to my mobility and posture.
So far, my exercise looks a bit like this:
Sunday night, Tuesday and Thursday morning: Run ~4k, increasing as I get used to it.
Saturday night will be for lifting. Maybe a 5x5 style thing to begin with?
My major grey area is diet. What do I do about that?
Is there a good place to start researching?
Do I just track calories or go straight in with macros, too?
Any foolproof meal plans/recipes that I can start with? When working away, I have limited/irregular cooking and storage options.
I'm about 5'8"/172cm, 198lbs/90kg, 34, male, been vegan ~12 years and live in the UK, if any of that is relevant.
Any and all advice is welcome. Thank you and sorry for the long post.
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2023.04.01 14:02 GooseModerator r/Fantasy 2023 Book Bingo Challenge!

Welcome to the Jungle, I mean, the Bingo! Join us in the reading party that is the Fantasy Bingo. What is this Bingo nonsense people keep talking about?
Fantasy Book Bingo is a yearly reading challenge within our community. Its one-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new authors and books, to boldly go where few readers have gone before . . . (okay, a lot of us have gone here by now, just roll with it!)
The core of this challenge is encouraging readers to step out of their comfort zones, discover amazing new reads, and motivate everyone to keep up on their reading throughout the year.
You can find all our past challenges at our official Bingo wiki page for the sub.


Time Period and Prize
Repeats and Rereads
Upping the Difficulty
This is not a hard rule, but I would encourage everyone to post about what you're reading, progress, etc., in at least one of the official Fantasy monthly book discussion threads that happen on the 30th of each month (except February where it happens on the 28th). Let us know what you think of the books you're reading! The monthly threads are also a goldmine for finding new reading material.

Here is a link to the new 2023 Bingo Card!

Now, The Squares:

First Row Across:
1) Michigander: Read a book by someone from Michigan. HONK MODE: Read while in Michigan.
2) Canada Goose: Read a book with a thick cover. HONK MODE: Read the book while on a plane flying south.
3) Duck Duck Goose: Read the third book on your TBR. HONK MODE: Put all your books out and run around them until you are done. Whatever you land on at the end is your next book.
4) Take a Gander: Pick a book based solely on the cover. HONK MODE: Choose the worst cover.
5) Heist: Read a book featuring a heist. HONK MODE: Heist must be as chaotic as possible.
Second Row Across:
6) Untitled: Read a book that does not have a title. HONK MODE: But it does have a bill.
7) Got Your Goose: Read a book in which a goose is adopted into a non-goose family. HONK MODE: Goose does not know it is adopted.
8) Wild Goose Chase: Read a book that includes a wild goose chase. HONK MODE: Read a book that you thought had a wild goose chase, but doesn't.
9) Golden Eggs: Read a book about economic systems and structures in geese society. HONK MODE: The book also features economic systems and structures in bull or bear societies.
10) Your Goose is Cooked: Read a cookbook that primarily (50% or more of all meals) focuses on geese. HONK MODE: Eat goose while you read it.
Third Row Across:
11) Mother Goose: Read a book about a storyteller. HONK MODE: Storyteller must be your mom.
12) Good for the Goose, Good for the Gander: Read a book that deals with equality. HONK MODE: The book isn't set in a patriarchal society.
13) H̸̨̧̡͙̯͈̯̦̠̟̘͚̝̥͙͐͜͝Ŏ̴̦͙̘̻̘̞̩̠̤͎̘̙̥͙̦̀̅̎̐͋̽̈́́̊̕̕͝N̷͕̣͔̝̘͕̹͙̻͗͆̎̓̊̓̊̽͑̇͗͆́͗̓̓̇͜Ķ̶̡͓̟͖͎̞͉̞͉̬̞͇͖͓̖̏̆͐͘: Featuring an eldritch horror bent on destroying all life. HONK MODE: Not a nonfiction book on geese.
14) Goosebumps: Read a Goosebumps book or fanfiction. HONK MODE: Read the Goosebumps AO3 fanfic with the most content warnings.
15) Silly Goose: The main character is figuratively a silly goose. HONK MODE: The main character is literally a silly goose.
Fourth Row Across:
16) Loosey-Goosey: Read a book that has not been bound together or is composed entirely of loose sheets. HONK MODE: Read the book while stretching.
17) Christmas Goose: Read a holiday themed book. HONK MODE: Give a goose a gift.
18) Gooseberry: Read a book featuring gooseberry pie. HONK MODE: The gooseberry pie is the main character.
19) Six Geese-A-Laying: Read six short stories involving geese. HONK MODE: All stories involve eggs.
20) Not a Duck: Read a book in which a goose mistakenly thinks it is a duck. HONK MODE: Goose is a duck shifter.
Fifth Row Across:
21) Geese of a Feather: Read a book about a team of close friends who cause mayhem. HONK MODE: Read the book as a book club with a group of friends who cause mayhem .
22) Gosling: Read a book with an adaptation featuring Ryan Gosling. HONK MODE: Read while watching Deadpool or Free Guy. Green Lantern is technically an option.
23) Goose Step: Read a book that grapples with the horror of being a cog in a fascist machine. HONK MODE: Goose fascism.
24) Can’t Say Boo to a Goose: Read a story about a goose that is haunted by a sensitive and sweet ghost. HONK MODE: you must have actually heard of this expression before today.
25) Goosifer: Main character must be the devil himself or the spawn of Satan. HONK MODE: Oh wait, this is just a free geese square.


What Counts?
Does it have to be a novel specifically?
Help! I still have questions!


If anyone makes any resources be sure to ping me in the thread and let me know so I can add them here, thanks!

Thank You, Fantasy!

A huge thank you to:
Last but not least, a very special thanks to u/happy_book_bee for taking me under her wing and letting me run Bingo this year.
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2023.04.01 13:42 Hot_Refrigerator89 Tips for de-moulding

Hi, I have just bought a few silicon molds from
I have tried to use then several times with different recipes; panna cotta, mousse etc, but always find it very difficult to de-mould them. Any tips chefs?
This is one of the molds:
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2023.04.01 13:25 MADDL007 H: Good Weapons & Plans W: Apparel, Masks, Enclave Flamer Mods, V/40PA Chainsaw, Specific UNY scout armor pieces

Willing to bundle for the items I want.
——Weapons for trade——
AA/E/90 The Fixer {mule}
AA/FF1A 50 Cal Machine Gun {mule}
AA/FF1A Light Machine Gun {mule}
ARIS/FFFR 50 Cal Machine Gun
B/FF90 Alien Blaster
B/50crit/25 Crossbow {mule}
B/E/Stealth Lever Action Rifle
B/50vhc/15crit The Fixer {mule}
B/50crit/15crit Handmade {mule}
B/50crit/Stealth Handmade {mule}
B/50vhc/15crit Handmade {mule}
B/E/1A Handmade {mule}
B/LD/25 Handmade {mule}
B/E Gatling Gun (2 star)
B/DWA/25 Gatling Plasma
B/E Light Machine Gun (2 star)
B/40PA/90 Power Fist
Junkie/FFFR 50 Cal Machine Gun {mule}
MUT/FF25 Alien Blaster {mule}
MUT/E/25 10mm Submachine Gun {mule}
MUT/FSS/1S Cultist Dagger {mule}
Q/50crit/Stealth The Fixer
Q/E/90 The Fixer {mule}
Q/E/DRWA The Fixer
Q/50vhc/15crit Handmade
Q/E/FR Handmade
Q/E/Stealth Handmade {mule}
Q/50crit/90 Laser Rifle
Q/E/Stealth 10mm Pistol {mule}
Q/E 50 Cal Machine Gun (2 star) {mule}
Q/E Gatling Gun (2 Star)
Q/E/1P Gatling Gun {mule}
Q/DWA/DRWA Pepper Shaker
TS/50crit/FMSWA Alien Blaster {mule}
TS/E/DRWA The Fixer
TS/E/90 Handmade
TS/E/DRWR Handmade
TS/FF15crit Plasma Rifle {mule}
TS/E/90 Pump Action Shotgun {mule}
V/50crit/25 The Fixer {mule}
V/E/1P The Fixer {mule}
V/FFBreak The Fixer {mule}
V/FFFR The Fixer
V/FFFR Ultracite Laser Rifle {mule}
Vampire’s Chainsaw (1 star) {mule}
Enclave Plasma Rifle #1 w/ Aligned Automatic Barrel, Stabilized Stock, Standard Sights
Enclave Plasma Rifle #2 w/ Automatic Barrel, Stabilized Stock, Reflex Sight {mule} x2 available
Enclave Plasma Rifle #3 w/ Stabilized Splitter, Stabilized Stock, Reflex Sight
Fancy Pump Shotgun AA/LD/DRWA
Fancy Revolvers: Assassin, Berserker, Executioner, Mutant x2, Troubleshooter x3
Dross, Pearly Peepers, Red Fireworks Mine, Troglocide
——Plans & Recipes for trade——
Plan: Assault Rifle {mule}
Plan: Backpack High Capacity Mod
Plan: Barbed Walking Cane {mule}
Plan: Bear Arm
Plan: Bear Arm Heavy Mod
Plan: Bear Arm Puncturing Mod {mule}
Plan: Camo Backpack
Plan: Hatchet Electro Fusion {mule}
Plan: Meat Tenderizer {mule}
Plan: Nuka World Cowboy Hat {mule}
Plan: Pepper Shaker
Plan: Scorched Queen Plushie {mule}
Plan: Sheriff’s Hat
Plan: Shielded Lining Marine Underarmor {mule}
Plan: Sledgehammer Heavy Searing Sharp Rocket {mule}
Plan: Tomb Stones
Plan: TV Aquarium {mule}
Plan: T-60 BOS Elder Paint {mule}
Plan: Ultracite Calibrated Shocks
Plan: Ultracite Emergency Protocols {mule}
Plan: Vintage Water Cooler {mule}
Plan: Western Mural {mule}
Recipe: Brahmin Burgers
Recipe: Caramel Mutfruit
Recipe: Cutting Fluid {mule}
Recipe: Formula P {mule}
Recipe: Fried Radroach On A Stick
Recipe: Fried Scorpion On A Stick {mule}
Recipe: Nuka Cola Dark {mule}
Recipe: Radscorpion Kebab
Recipe: Stimpak Diffuser {mule}
——Other items for trade——
OE/1S/SENT Excavator Left Leg
TroubleshooteAP/SENT Forest Scout Armor Right Arm {mule}
UNY/AP/Sneak Urban Scout Armor Left Leg {mule}
50K+ Ultracite 5.56 Ammo
All 8 Holotape Mini Games
All Non-Rare apparel available - just ask
Asylum Worker Uniform Pink
Hunter’s Long Coat
Enclave Plasma Gun Aligned Sniper Barrel Mod {mule}
Enclave Plasma Gun Severe Beta Wave Tuner Mod {mule}
Misc Items: ask me for my full list, duplicates are as follows - Bobby Pin Box, Sealing Agent, Solvent Attractant, Solvent Deterrant, Solvent Enhancer, Solvent Suppressor
——Items I want——
B/50crit/15crit Fixer
B/50crit/25 Fixer or Handmade
Q/E/25 Fixer or Handmade or Railway
V/40PA/40PA Chainsaw (Will consider other third star: prefer Break, 90rw, or any of the +1)
Baseball Bats Level 45: Indigo
Enclave Plasma Gun Aligned Flamer Barrel Mod (one or multiple)
UNY/AP/SENT Scout Armor Pieces
UNY/AP/WWR Forest Scout Armor Chest Piece, Left Arm
UNY/AP/WWR Urban Scout Armor Left Leg and Right Arm
Misc Items - let me know what you have
Asylum Worker Uniform Forest
Asylum Worker Uniform Red
Asylum Worker Uniform Yellow
BOS Jumpsuit
Fasnacht Brahmin Mask
Fasnacht Buffoon Mask
Fasnacht Crazy Guy Mask
Fasnacht Deathclaw Mask
Fasnacht Demon Mask
Fasnacht Fiend Mask
Fasnacht Hag Mask
Fasnacht Loon Mask
Fasnacht Raven Mask
Fasnacht Winter Man Mask
Forest Camo Jumpsuit
Forest Scout Armor Mask
Leather Coat
Prototype Hazmat Suit Level 50
Radicals Face Mask
Responder Fireman Helmet
Responder Fireman Uniform
Tattered Field Jacket
Traveling Leather Coat
Urban Scout Armor Mask
White Powder Jumpsuit
I’m really only after the items listed above, make me an offer. No caps, flux, or junk offers please.
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2023.04.01 13:16 Jawnnnnn What Do You Keep In Your Bags vs Keeping/Utilizing Your Bank?

Sorry for the essay but I like to ask all my questions up front haha. Lately I’ve found my bags are always full and constantly having to stop and sell. How many free spaces do you typically have? I’m trying to get more organized and not hold onto junk I don’t need or just forget to sell. Any tips are appreciated. I also have the scrap add on to quickly sell trash. Any chance there are filters for that that I could also sell gear below “x” ilvl or non profession mats/recipes?
What do you keep/what is optimal to keep in your bags and what kind of stuff do you keep in your bank? Or is the bank mainly used to just deposit and forget? Like just storing old memento type items like an old weapon, gear, journal pages? I also have all the extra bag slots so I try to organize items by expansion when I have time to sit there for a bit. Not sure if you can but I wish I could name my bags in there so I don’t have to click on each to find the one I want. I mainly just store item tokens, old currencies/items that I can use at some point when I go back to that content but they take bag slots. My bank is nowhere near full but I’d like to figure out a plan to better utilize my space.
I also have a ton of old reagents in my bank that I probably should just sell at this point right? It’s mostly food/fish/cloth from old xpacs. I’m a mineengineer so Id like to free up more space in there to just collect different ores and mats to make old engineering stuff that’s still useful in game today. Thanks for your advice!
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2023.04.01 12:37 ChristopherCFuchs The Strength in Seafire

Master Arasemis has taught you and the other students how to make seafire down in the laboratory. It is a thick, sticky, gray-yellow liquid that is extremely caustic. It ignites upon contact with water and is impossible to put out, owing to the properties of its main ingredient: quicklime. In addition to the quicklime (30%), you learned how to add napthar (30%), saltpeter (20%), and pine resin (20%), just as the ancient Raffen alchemists had done, without harming yourself.
Quicklime was originally discovered by the Raffen tribe after experimenting with a powder residue found among burned limestone, which they widely used to build fortifications. The Raffen called this powder firkirg. Arasemis said they used it against a rival tribe, the Nyden, by burning their ships. Once they became allied with the Brintilian Empire, the Raffen also gifted the seafire recipe to the empire, which was used during naval battles and against Rahlampian landships during the attempted conquest of Aggarwal. Although the Brintilians failed in Aggarwal, they used seafire to good effect elsewhere in central Pemonia, and it is among those technologies credited with enabling Brintilian conquest over the more numerous tribes.
Later, the Martinus outlawed the use of seafire by or against any kingdoms adhering to the Messengian religion, following its use by the newly-independent kingdoms of Pemonia against each other. Using it against natives had been one thing, but spraying knights and royals with a flaming, sticky slurry that could not be doused was seen as uncivilized. The use of burning oil during a siege remained acceptable, however, because this method had not been invented by “heathens”. Regardless, seafire continued to be used sporadically by Congregants who didn’t recognize the religious authority of the Martinus. But even they came to see it as a barbaric weapon, and so the recipe was lost to history.
Arasemis said many suspect some kings or alchemists still hold the recipe in vaults in case their enemies revive seafire. It is clear to you that Arasemis takes great pride in being able to teach you and the other students how to make it, though you are sworn to protect it, like everything else related to Candlestone.
Context: This is an excerpt from the Earthpillar Online: Thorendor Castle interactive. This epic fantasy WIP has full-scale DungeonDraft maps of every room of a 10-floor castle (100+ map images), where alchemical objects, artwork, bookshelves, chests, and doors are clickable like an old school choose-your-own-adventure. You can wander each room to learn more about the Earthpillar world you’ve read about in the novels (or get a taste of the writing if you haven't), without stumbling into spoilers. More at Earthpillar
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2023.04.01 12:37 aLittlePheonix1 24 [M4F] Europe/Anywhere - Let's explore each others world!

(My age range would be around 18 - 35).
Have you ever thought about that one connection? You know, the comfortable silence, understanding each other by just one glance. Having that one feeling when you receive a message. When everything else doesn't matter, because you're together, in your own bubble. Feeling like home around the other person and many more. I'm seeking a person with whom we could create a world together, that world.
There's probably a lot more, which I'll leave for the getting to know each other part.
I love doing all those things and more. I'm a creative person and I love creating stuff, be it a drawing, a letter, a story, a video, a song and more. Currently I'm creating a story and worldbuilding. I enjoy writing and wanted to see how the end result would look with a bunch of ideas ideas combined. I also love drawing, which I wanted to include there. My main hobbies would be gaming, working out and watching stuff. I love playing pretty much everything, genre doesn't really matter. I do also love board games, my favorite one would be chess. I'm a gym rat, I love working out, be it at the gym, outside or at home, mostly depends on time and all that. Watching stuff was always something I've done pretty much every day, generally it's Youtube videos, I do also love watching anime, it would be my go to, sometimes streams and TV-shows as well. I also enjoy making new playlists or discovering different songs and music. Genre doesn't really matter to me, my music taste is all over the place. Always wanted to make music or a song of my own as well.
For me, I value communication and effort a lot. I believe anything can work if both parties make effort to build something together and communicate through every step. Also, going out of your way, making effort, even if you fail, says a lot. Yeah, it failed in the end, but there was some effort, which matters a lot.
I'll leave everything else for the getting to know each other part. Don't hesitate, feel free to reach out. And I hope you have a great day or night! :)
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2023.04.01 12:34 ChristopherCFuchs The Strength in Seafire (lore+visual)

This is The Strength in Seafire. Master Arasemis has taught you and the other students how to make seafire down in the laboratory. It is a thick, sticky, gray-yellow liquid that is extremely caustic. It ignites upon contact with water and is impossible to put out, owing to the properties of its main ingredient: quicklime. In addition to the quicklime (30%), you learned how to add napthar (30%), saltpeter (20%), and pine resin (20%), just as the ancient Raffen alchemists had done, without harming yourself.
Quicklime was originally discovered by the Raffen tribe after experimenting with a powder residue found among burned limestone, which they widely used to build fortifications. The Raffen called this powder firkirg. Arasemis said they used it against a rival tribe, the Nyden, by burning their ships. Once they became allied with the Brintilian Empire, the Raffen also gifted the seafire recipe to the empire, which was used during naval battles and against Rahlampian landships during the attempted conquest of Aggarwal. Although the Brintilians failed in Aggarwal, they used seafire to good effect elsewhere in central Pemonia, and it is among those technologies credited with enabling Brintilian conquest over the more numerous tribes.
Later, the Martinus outlawed the use of seafire by or against any kingdoms adhering to the Messengian religion, following its use by the newly-independent kingdoms of Pemonia against each other. Using it against natives had been one thing, but spraying knights and royals with a flaming, sticky slurry that could not be doused was seen as uncivilized. The use of burning oil during a siege remained acceptable, however, because this method had not been invented by “heathens”. Regardless, seafire continued to be used sporadically by Congregants who didn’t recognize the religious authority of the Martinus. But even they came to see it as a barbaric weapon, and so the recipe was lost to history.
Arasemis said many suspect some kings or alchemists still hold the recipe in vaults in case their enemies revive seafire. It is clear to you that Arasemis takes great pride in being able to teach you and the other students how to make it, though you are sworn to protect it, like everything else related to Candlestone.
Context: This is an excerpt from the Earthpillar Online: Thorendor Castle interactive. This epic fantasy WIP has full-scale DungeonDraft maps of every room of a 10-floor castle (100+ map images), where alchemical objects, artwork, bookshelves, chests, and doors are clickable like an old school choose-your-own-adventure. You can wander each room to learn more about the Earthpillar world you’ve read about in the novels (or get a taste of the writing if you haven't), without stumbling into spoilers. More at Earthpillar
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2023.04.01 12:08 CasualLorax Cream Cheese SMBC curdled

So I’ve used this recipe for mascarpone SMBC before without the alcohol, it turned out amazing. But mascarpone is expensive so I was like what if I just. Substituted cream cheese. So in place of the 200 g of mascarpone, we’ve got an 8 oz block of cream cheese. Suffice it to say that did not work, my buttercream is curdled af and won’t come together (I actually think it’s getting worse the more I mix it) and I’m about ready to give up, but I’ve got until tomorrow evening to either fix it or buy ingredients for making a regular cream cheese frosting. Is there anything I can do to fix it? I had it going for like 10 minutes and I don’t thiiiiiink it’s too cold, even warmed up some of it and added it back which I’ve done with other buttercreams. The only thing I can think of atm is add more butter which I kinda don’t want to do because meringue buttercreams always taste kinda buttery to me and I don’t know if it’d work in the first place. In hindsight this is probably why there aren’t many recipes for cream cheese smbc and the one I did find specifically told me not to go about this the way I did (rely on the magical reconstitution properties of SMBC). Any help would be appreciated love y’all <3
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2023.04.01 11:55 vegicom + 30 tasty ideas, Economical and Cheap Vegan Meals

+ 30 tasty ideas, Economical and Cheap Vegan Meals
Discover delicious and budget-friendly vegan meals with our collection of cheap vegan meal recipes. Save money and eat healthy today!
The first idea that comes to mind regarding a cheap vegan meal is plant-based Lentil soup.
It is a popular dish that is packed with protein and fiber. It is also straightforward and can be customized with various spices and herbs to make it even more flavorful.
Lentil soup is a nourishing and budget-friendly meal that’s easy to make with just a few simple ingredients. To make a delicious lentil soup, start by sautéing some onions, garlic, and carrots in a pot with oil. Then, add some rinsed and sorted lentils and cover them with water or vegetable broth.
Let the soup simmer until the lentils are tender and the flavors are well-developed. You can also add some chopped tomatoes, herbs, and spices to give the soup a better taste.
Lentils are one of the most affordable and nutritious plant-based protein sources, A big bag of lentils can be purchased for just a few dollars. Onions, garlic, and carrots are inexpensive and can be found in most grocery stores.
With these ingredients, you can make a big pot of lentil soup that will last several meals and cost only a few dollars.
Vegan pizza is a tasty way to enjoy a delicious cheap vegan meal without breaking the bank.
To start, you’ll need a few essential ingredients like a pizza crust, tomato sauce, and veggies of your choice. You can choose toppings like mushrooms, peppers, onions, olives, and vegan cheese.
To make vegan pizza, top a store-bought pizza crust with your favorite vegan cheese, vegetables, and vegan meats. Bake it in the oven until the crust is golden brown and the cheese is melted. Enjoy!
Preheat your oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit, and then spread the tomato sauce on the pizza crust. Add your desired toppings, making sure not to overload the pizza. Bake in the oven for 12-15 minutes or until the crust is crispy and the toppings are cooked to your liking.
The cost of vegan pizza will vary depending on your chosen ingredients, but it’s typically quite affordable.
You can expect to spend anywhere from $5 to $10 to make a medium-sized pizza.
Sweet Potato Tacos are a delicious and affordable vegan meal. You only need sweet potatoes, taco shells, vegan cheese, and your favorite taco toppings.
You can whip up a delicious and satisfying dinner with just a few simple ingredients that won’t break the bank.
To make sweet potato tacos, roast some diced sweet potatoes in the oven with oil, salt, and pepper. While the sweet potatoes are roasting, sauté some black beans and diced bell peppers in a pan with spices, like cumin and chili powder. Then, warm up some tortillas in the oven or on the stove, and assemble your tacos with the sweet potatoes, black bean mixture, and any additional toppings you like, such as salsa, avocado, or cilantro.
In terms of cost, this meal is very affordable. A pound of sweet potatoes typically costs around $1, a can of black beans is usually less than $1, and a few bell peppers and tortillas will add only a few more dollars to the total. This recipe quickly makes 4-6 tacos for under $10.
Chickpea Salad Sandwich is a delicious and inexpensive vegan meal idea. It is made with mashed chickpeas, red onions, celery, parsley, and vegan mayo. Serve it on toasted whole wheat bread for a hearty and satisfying meal.
Try making a chickpea salad sandwich at home with minimal ingredients and cost. Mash chickpeas with mayo, celery, onion, and spices to create a delicious taste for your bread of choice. Add some lettuce or tomato for extra crunch and flavor.
This sandwich is an excellent option for lunch or a quick meal on the go. The cost will depend on the price of ingredients in your area, but in general, a can of chickpeas, some mayo, and vegetables will be very affordable, and you can use bread you already have in the kitchen.
Vegan shepherd’s pie is a delicious and inexpensive way to make a vegan meal. It is made with lentils and mashed potatoes and can easily be customized with different vegetables and spices to suit your tastes.
It is a hearty and comforting dish that will leave you feeling satisfied.
With just a few simple ingredients like lentils, potatoes, and veggies, you can create a delicious and filling dish perfect for any night of the week. To make this dish even more budget-friendly, consider using frozen or canned veggies and buying lentils and potatoes in bulk.
Tacos made from buffalo cauliflower are a delicious and cost-effective vegan meal idea. This dish comprises roasted cauliflower, vegan ranch dressing, hot sauce, and taco shells. It is a perfect meal for any night of the week.
You can enjoy a filling and flavorful meal without breaking the bank with minimal ingredients and low cost. Cook some cauliflower with vegan buffalo sauce and spices, then assemble them in tortillas with your favorite toppings.
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2023.04.01 11:14 vegicom A Guide to Vegan Foods During Pregnancy

A Guide to Vegan Foods During Pregnancy
As a vegan, you may be wondering what to eat during your pregnancy. The good news is that vegan diets can be just as nutritious as any other diet. With careful planning and a commitment to getting the right nutrients, vegan diets are perfectly safe for pregnant women. Vegetarian moms-to-be should focus on getting the right balance of nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, and proteins. Start by making sure you get enough essential vitamins and minerals from plant-based foods like fruits, vegetables, nuts, and legumes. You should also include some plant-based proteins such as tofu and tempeh. These foods are low in calories and fat but high in protein, which is essential for a healthy pregnancy. And don’t forget to include omega-3 fatty acids, which are important for both mom and baby. The best sources of omega-3 fatty acids are walnuts, flaxseed, and chia seeds. With a balanced vegan diet, you can ensure that you and your baby get all the nutrition you need during pregnancy.
I think nuts and seeds are amazing and you can lose weight, be healthy, and have a vegan pungency plant-based diet with them. Nuts and seeds are a rich source of minerals like iron and zinc and you can use them to provide nutrients during pregnancy.
I am a Fruit addict and I was a raw vegan for one year. Because I think only Fruits and vegetables are enough for my body. A raw vegan diet helps me to lose weight and be happier than before. In vegan pregnancy, you can use them because Fruits and vegetables are a rich source of nutrients.
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2023.04.01 10:38 One_Hall_8290 How likely am I to be arrested if I buy a bottle of wine in New Jersey and bring it back to Pennsylvania?

Backstory: I don't drink alcohol. I cook as a hobby and am interested in making ramen from scratch. I got a recipe from a Japanese woman whom I trust, but her recipe includes about a tablespoon of a specific brand of sake. She said that she highly recommends not omitting the sake because doing so will negatively affect the flavor of the dish. So I'm stuck trying to find this exact sake.
The problem is that the closest state wine store that has it in stock is over an hour away. Theoretically I could get it delivered from the state's website, but there are three problems. First, only the large bottle is available for delivery, whereas the store itself has a smaller bottle in stock that would better suit my needs since I only need a small amount and won't drink the rest. I don't like wasting things. Second, I'd have to pay for shipping. Combined with the need to order a larger bottle, that means I'd effectively be paying quadruple the amount of money to have it shipped to me that I would be paying if I could just buy the smaller bottle in person. And third, the website says that if you place a delivery order, they don't tell you what day or time they're coming, and you have to be present to show your driver's license and sign for it. I can't just sit around for days on end waiting for a bottle of sake to be delivered. I have to go to work.
The thing is, I can be in New Jersey in less than 15 minutes (and regularly cross the border for various reasons), and there are some stores right across the river that stock it. The problem is that I know it's illegal to buy alcohol in New Jersey and bring it back into Pennsylvania. I've heard that some people do it anyway, but according to this website:
Any person violating the provisions of this clause for a first offense involving the possession or transportation in Pennsylvania of any liquor in a package (bottle or other receptacle) or wine not purchased from a Pennsylvania Liquor Store or from a licensed limited winery in Pennsylvania, with respect to which satisfactory proof is produced that the required Federal tax has been paid and which was purchased, procured or acquired legally outside of Pennsylvania shall upon conviction thereof in a summary proceeding be sentenced to pay a fine of twenty-five dollars ($25) for each such package, plus costs of prosecution, or undergo imprisonment for a term not exceeding ninety (90) days.
That's absolutely terrifying. So just because this state has asinine communist laws about who's allowed to sell alcohol and the state stores don't have what I want, I could go to prison for three months for buying one bottle of sake?! That I just want to cook with, not even drink. That's so stupid. I'm not even trying to do anything wrong. I would buy it from a state store if any of the ones within a reasonable driving distance of me had it in stock.
How likely am I to be arrested if I try to buy it anyway?
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2023.04.01 10:30 Administrative-Task9 Lamb offal - waste not, want not!

Bit of a weird one - I've just come into 5.2kg (11.5 lbs) of lamb hearts and livers. (Our neighbour farms lamb and when the last lot were butchered, these were left over and nobody else claimed them.)
I've just chucked them in a big bag in the freezer until I can figure out what to do with them.
I don't like eating offal as such, but I will have it in the form of sausages etc. The farmer recommended I make them into... well, they're a type of meatball that in this part of the world are traditionally referred to with a word that in other places is considered highly offensive. Let's just say, "old-fashioned lamb meatballs."
Looking up recipes for said meatballs results in needing a huge amount of other ingredients, so I'm not sure that's going to be feasible or economical. (Particularly as I've just frozen the whole bloody bag in one go, so ideally I'll defrost and process these all at once!)
Can I get some ideas/help with using these effectively?
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2023.04.01 10:07 YJsndnds Help finding chilli peppers

I’ve got a new cookbook (Seriously Good Chili Cookbook) and all of the recipes ask for specific chili peppers but I am struggling to find any that aren’t just the base ones from Tesco. Does anyone know somewhere better I can check out?
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2023.04.01 09:47 iAynix Daikirai - Modded server with "rewritten" PvE experience

Anyone who played this game for enough to reach "end game" realized how easy the game becomes once you get some stronger tame like Rex or Wyvern (which are pretty easy to get). ARK is great game and has A LOT of stuff to do in the end game if you are into PvP, but it lacks challenging PvE content. Even Alpha bosses can be beaten w/o mutated dinos, so if you are pure PvE player, there is no incentive for you to work on upgrading your dinos. One might think "oh just lower rates on the server and it wont be that easy, you wont finish that fast". That doesnt really fix the problem, it just makes the game more tedious and, for most, boring. Thats lazy way of doing it. However there is other way. It can be fixed, if you know how (and are willing to do a lot of work)
Here is how did I "rewrite" this game to become PvE focued game, instead PvP
Here are some additional changes that make the experience more casual/fun and more info about the server:
Stats of the server:
Player ressistance: 0.5 (means we take half the DMG)
Item Stack Size: 3 (with custom stack size for certain items)
Taming speed: 24 (3 speed, 8 hunger)
Harvest: 5 and XP: 5
Egg Interval: 0.2, Mating interval: 0.075, Egg Hatching: 20, Baby mature: 30
Turret Damage (to dinos): 5
Unlimited respecs
Mods on the server: Awesome spyglass, Strucutures+, Steampunk, Dino Storage, Simple Spawners
Map: The Center
Plans for the future:
Boss Arena: This place wil be your place for your end game challenges, place where you will test out how strong are your dinos or some crazy ideas how to kill the easier bosses
Remaining dinos that are not added yet. Currently there 9 dinos missing on the map,I plan to add them over time, one per week, so people will have time to interact with one before next one will appear.
If you are interested in playing on this server feel free to contact me on the reddit or join us on the discord:
Once you join the discord server got to #ARK and check pinned comments and feel free to ask me anything (My name is 【𝐀𝐘𝐍𝐈𝐗】on the server)
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2023.04.01 09:38 aserioussuspect Would like to know more about Thai BBQ

Sawasdee kha,
some days ago we were in Ayutthaya an enjoyed our first Thai BBQ. Not sure if this is the correct name for it but it was a stove filled with charcoal and a round plate with a ring filled with liquid and a area to fry meat in the middle was on top of the stove.
Different kind of natural and marinaded meat, fish, tofu was arranged as a buffet, but also , vegetables, sauces, eggs, and some other things which one can fry and cook himself on the plate.
We decidet to buy a electric and a gas driven version to bring this as souveniers at home and to invite our friends and family to enjoy this delicious meal with us. But we also want to know a bit more about this way of cooking and would kindly ask you the following questions to better understand it.
When we searched for the equipment we have seen different descriptions like "Thai BBQ" or "Korean BBQ" and also a lot of other descriptions in english and thai we dont understand. We believe that most are just to get more search hits. So, whats the correct term for this kind of cooking?
Where are the origins? Does it come from Thailand or is it widespread in asian countries?
It is compareable with europes fondue and/or raclette. There are a lot of different styles of fondue and raclette in europe, depending in which country and even province you are. Is it the same with this Thai BBQ? And if so, can you explain the differences and where it is typical done like you describe it?
Can you give us some recipies? Or could you leave some links for cooking websites? For example, there were a lot of vegetables at the buffet in Ayutthaya we were unable to identify. Same problem with some kind of fish. The kind of meat was not the problem, but the marinades for meat and fish. The were also some meat- and fishballs. We are also not sure if the liquid in the ring was only natural water or a light stock.
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2023.04.01 08:24 mundanecatlady 95% of the time I try to make caramel, I screw it up. Please help!

I have thrown out at least 12 batches, it's so frustrating. Every time I try to make caramel (aside from one time) the sugar seizes.
I barely touch it aside from a quick stir in the beginning.
I have a brush in hot water ready to go for brushing the sides down
I watch it like a hawk and gently brush at any sight of sugar on the sides.
I stick to medium heat
Don't mix, only swirl (I have tried both swirling and also not even swirling, just letting it bubble) both options have me the middle finger several times.
I'm ready to throw my last attempt that turned into a solid rock of sugar off my balcony.
The only thing that I do different is making 2 cups instead of one.
This is the recipe I have been using:
Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
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2023.04.01 08:18 ChrisBChips Help lowering BF% / cutting

(I know this is a common question, feel free to post links to similar ones, I just couldn't find any that really helped)
Hi, I'm 21 M and just got a smart watch that reads Body Fat Percentage and I'm much higher than I thought I was (35% at 260lbs).
I do strength training 5 days and Fencing the other 2 every week and I feel good about my muscle mass, I just want to cut down the fat.
I'm currently in college living on campus, so my food choice is very limited. My best meal option is 566 calories, 26g fat, 25g Protein, and 59g Carbs. I can also make very simple recipes like chicken and rice or buy protein shakes, but something like a stir fry is just a bit too complex for my "kitchen".
Any suggestions for meal or diet ideas? I honestly don't mind eating the same thing every day so no need for variety. Also, anything I should be focusing on in the gym other than weight training?
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2023.04.01 08:02 ammodotcom Best 300 Win Mag Ammo for Deer: The Belted Freezer Filler

The 300 Win Mag (Winchester Magnum) has been the gold standard big game hunting round for generations as it can take down game animals as small as coyotes all the way up to the great bears and moose. Its extreme versatility is one of the many reasons conservationists choose it for their hunting rifle season after season.
But today we are going to scale things down and set our sights on deer, an animal that the 300 Win Mag is more than capable of taking down at distances over 500 yards. However, not all 300 Win Mag ammo is created equal and some are better for filling your freezer with venison than others.
In this article, we’re going to give you our top 5 picks for the best 300 Win Mag ammo for deer, considering terminal ballistics, price, and availability. No matter which one of these cartridges you pick for your 300 Win Mag hunting rifle, you can rest assured that no trophy buck will walk very far when hit with one of these (if they move at all!)
If you’re in a hurry, grab a box of Federal Premium 180 gr Barnes TSX ammo and head into the woods, you won’t be sorry! But for those who want to stick around and learn about all our selections, keep reading.
If you’re new to hunting deer with a 300 Win Mag, check out our Buyer’s Guide HERE to learn more about how to choose the right hunting ammo for your rifle. On the other hand, if you’re just curious about the top five best deer-hunting ammo, scroll just a little further down.

The Top Five Best 300 Win Mag Ammo for Deer

The Best 300 Win Mag Ammo for Deer Overall

Federal Premium 180 gr Barnes TSX




Why We Chose It

If you’re looking for 300 Win Mag ammo that simply does it all, then look no further than the Federal Premium 180 gr Barnes TSX. This hunting cartridge offers superior terminal ballistics, is legal for hunting in all fifty states, and is manufactured to Federal’s highest quality standards.
This round hits hard, has a nice flat trajectory, and is easy to find, what more could you ask for?
The Barnes Triple-Shock X (TSX) bullet line offers all of the features you want in a premium hunting bullet. The all-copper projectile includes a tapered, monolithic design that helps to increase the ballistic coefficient and reduce wind deflection.
The Barnes TSX 180-grain bullet also has a deep pocket at the tip, which promotes rapid expansion after penetration, creating a wound cavity near vital organs. Many hunters report deer dropping in their tracks when hit in the vitals with a Barnes TSX, which saves you hours of tracking a wounded deer through thick brush.
While some other options on our list are slightly more affordable, the Federal Premium 180 gr Barnes TSX is a trusted and effective hunting bullet that puts down big game quickly thanks to its controlled expansion. Which is certainly worth a few extra quarters per round if you ask me!

Honorable Mention

Hornady Precision Hunter 200 gr ELD-X - Hornady is one of those ammo companies that come up with ingenious designs and solves problems for hunters all over the country. The Hornady Precision Hunter ELD-X line for the 300 Win Mag is just that, a solution for every hunter.
The boattail design and Heat Shield tip keep the projectile on track from muzzle to target, while the InterLock ring keeps the jacket and core together, maximizing energy transfer and controlling the bullet’s expansion. This combination is devastating against any deer and can be a great alternative to Federal Premium if you can’t find it.

The Best 300 Win Mag Ammo for Deer For Versatility

Remington Core-Lokt 300 Win Mag 180gr PSP




Why We Chose It

Next up on our list is the versatile Remington Core-Lokt 180 gr PSP. If you’re looking for another hard-hitting hunting round that’s easy to find and won’t disappoint, then you simply can’t go wrong with Big Green. The 180-grain bullet is versatile enough for medium game like whitetail deer while powerful enough to take down larger game animals like elk and black bear.
The signature of the Remington Core-Lokt line is a lead core that’s chemically bonded to the copper alloy jacket. This means that the bonded core and jacket won’t separate on impact. Instead, the bullet will penetrate deeply before expanding. This controlled expansion is one of the many reasons why we love Remington Core-Lokt for deer hunting.
Despite being a soft point bullet, the Remington PSP has a relatively high ballistic coefficient and we found it to be incredible accurate in all our hunting rifles.
With a price point that any deer hunter can stomach, you can easily take the Remington Core-Lokt from target shooting right into the woods and get your freezer stocked with venison for the winter.

Honorable Mention

Federal 300 Win Mag 180 Grain SP - This Federal 180gr SP is designed to maximize penetration and control expansion, leading to more effective shots and keeping you from trailing wounded deer in the woods.
With a muzzle velocity of 2,960 fps, it’s a great round for long-distance shooting and medium to large game animals. The soft point design controls expansion, and the tapered jacket ensures penetration. Overall, this Federal hunting round is an excellent choice for any avid hunter.

The Best 300 Win Mag Ammo for Deer for Availability

Winchester Copper Impact 150 Grain Extreme Point




Why We Chose It

Winchester Copper Impact 150 gr 300 Win Mag ammo is a round no deer wants to find itself on the wrong end of. Developed with the needs of deer hunters in mind, Winchester Copper Impact was designed for insane expansion and high weight retention to impart maximum kinetic energy into a whitetail.
While the Copper Impact doesn’t pack as much bullet weight as some of the other heavier bullets on our list at 150 grains. It still packs more than enough punch to put down any deer you lay your crosshairs on.
The lighter 150 grain bullet offers hunters an incredibly flat trajectory and the polymer tip initiates expansion upon contact with soft tissue. The result is a round that’s incredibly accurate and deadly against thin-skinned game like whitetail, pronghorn, and mule deer.
Although the 150-grain bullet is not the best choice for elk or moose, Winchester Copper Impact 150 gr Extreme Point ammo is an amazing option if you’re looking to exclusively hunt deer-sized game at a price point any hunter will love.

The Best Premium 300 Win Mag Ammo for Deer

Barnes VOR-TX 165gr TTSX




Why We Chose it

If you’re a hunter who takes pride in shooting the best ammo money can buy, then look no further than the Barnes VOR-TX 165 gr TTSX for your next deer hunt.
Similar to the TSX bullet we discussed earlier, the TTSX bullet is loaded with a polymer tip that helps initiate expansion upon impact. Furthermore, the boat tail bullet design helps increases accuracy for longer range shots.
The all-copper bullet design effectively eliminates lead exposure risks and also aids in weight retention for better, more effective shots. Although the 165-grain bullet is comparatively lighter than other hunting bullets on our list, you should have no reservations using it for this year’s deer and elk season thanks to its incredible terminal ballistics.
Barnes is known for producing excellent, high-quality rounds, and they have the price tag to match. However, if you want to shoot the best, then make sure you grab a box of Barnes VOR-TX 165 gr TTSX ammo whenever you see it, because most hunters won’t let it sit on the shelf for long!

Honorable Mention

Nosler Trophy Grade 180 gr Accubond - The Nosler Accubond is unquestionably one of the greatest hunting rounds ever to hit the chamber of a bolt-action rifle. As one of the absolute best hunting rounds in the industry, the Nosler Accubond offers hunters incredible terminal ballistics at insanely long ranges. Unfortunately, the round has become increasingly difficult to find but will drop anything from antelope to hogs and black bears. Grab some if you can find it, but expect to pay a premium for it.

The Best 300 Win Mag Ammo for Deer Hunting on a Budget

Hornady American Whitetail 150 gr Interlock SP




Why We Chose It

If you’re looking for a round that’s affordable and easy to find, you simply cannot beat Hornady American Whitetail 150 gr Interlock SP. And although this round might not break the bank, it is more than capable of bringing home the venison.
The Interlock Soft Point bullet design is the heart of the American Whitetail line. Designed with an internal belt inside the jacket, the Interlock Soft Point allows for rapid and deadly expansion while avoiding jacket separation. This allows the lead core and the copper jacket of the bullet to remain as one cohesive projectile and transfer almost all of its kinetic energy into the target.
Although not the best choice for large game like elk or bear, the 150-grain bullet is more than sufficient for felling any whitetail or mule deer that dares walk past your tree stand.
At a price that most every hunter can afford, Hornady American Whitetail 150 gr Interlock SP ammo is a staple at deer camps across the nation and will deliver the terminal performance you need to fill your bag limit this fall.

Parting Shots - Picking the Best 300 Winchester Magnum Cartridge

The 300 Win Mag has cemented its legacy as one of the gold standard cartridges by which all other big game calibers are measured by.
It’s proven itself time and time again in the field against deer, hogs, pronghorn, elk, moose, and bear and is more than capable of bringing home the trophy buck you’ve been stalking during the off season.
We’ve listed our top five choices for the best 300 Win Mag above, and we have no doubt in our mind that these rounds will serve you well this deer season.
If you’d like to learn more about the 300 Win Mag, keep scrolling and check out our buyer’s guide below. Otherwise Click HERE to go back to the top 5 list and make your selection!

300 Winchester Magnum Buyer’s Guide

Since the 1960s, the 300 Winchester Magnum has dominated long-range competitive shooting, hunting, and is a popular choice for police and military snipers. The caliber is well-known as a hard-hitting cartridge with blazing muzzle velocity and a flatter trajectory than the 308 Winchester and 6.5 Creedmoor.
Without question, there are a lot of different types of 300 Win Mag ammo available, and for some shooters it can be difficult to understand the difference between match-grade ammo and hunting rounds.
In the sections below, we are going to explain what makes for a great hunting round and what you should be looking for when you buy ammo for deer season.

Bullet Weight

You’ll hear a lot of shooters talk about grain weight. You’ve probably noticed the 300 Winchester Magnum ammo we listed above comes in various weights, from 150gr all the way up to 200gr.
So, how does a bullet’s weight play into which ammo you choose?
Well, there’s a lot to it. But ultimately, it’s important to remember that shot placement is going to make for a more effective hunt than having a bullet that’s just the right grain weight.
However, that doesn’t throw out the discussion entirely. We have some general guidelines for bullet weight and hunting in the industry. Take a look.

Medium-Sized Game Animals

If you’re hunting animals that weigh between 50-300 lbs, you’re hunting what we call medium-sized game . Deer, antelope, hogs, and pronghorns all typically fall into this category.
For these animals, it’s often recommended to use a 150gr-165gr bullet. Not because we’re worried about over-penetration or meat waste but because that grain weight is sufficient enough for those creatures.
A lighter bullet has a higher velocity which is more flat-shooting than some heavier rounds. So, lighter bullets tend to be a little more forgiving of ranging mistakes, making them great for hunting.

Larger Game Animals

Animals like bears, moose, and elk, typically weigh over 300 lbs, and we consider these large game creatures. If you’re after bigger game, then you’ll want to shoot heavy bullets like 180 gr or 200 gr because they transfers more kinetic energy and have adequate expansion to ensure a clean kill.

Bullet Design

Another aspect to consider is the bullet’s design. If you’ve ever been to a sporting good’s store, I’m sure you’ve seen a lot of different bullet name abbreviations that can be confusing if you aren’t familiar with them.
Different metals, shapes, and composites affect trajectory and terminal ballistics. For example, some 300 Win Mag rifle cartridges, like the Sierra Matchking, are great for long-range shooting but are inappropriate for hunting since they don’t expand.
So, which designs are best for deer hunting with the 300 Win Mag? Let’s take a look!

Soft Points

Soft Point bullets, typically referred to as SP on your ammo box, are have a metal jacket and soft lead cores. Similar to Jacketed Hollow Points (JHPs), soft point bullets have exposed lead at the tip. This exposed tip allows the bullet to mushroom when it encounters soft tissue, creating a large wound channel and increases the chances of an ethical kill. Traditional soft points are is one of the oldest hunting bullet designs.

Pointed Soft Points

The next evolution of traditional soft point bullets were the pointed soft point (PSP). PSP bullets have a sharper tip giving you better penetration and higher ballistic coefficient. PSP ammo is a great middle-ground between SPs and Polymer Tipped bullets because it shares many of the aerodynamic advantages of polymer tipped bullets while still having the rapid expansion of soft point bullets. Some common PSP bullets include the Nosler Partition, Winchester Power-Point, and Hornady Interlock.

Polymer Tips

Polymer-tipped bullets are the latest development in hunting ammo and all the rage right now. These hunting bullets are essentially hollow points bullets with a pointed polymer tip. The tips are designed to plunge into the hollow point when they encounter soft tissue. This initiates expansion immediately and creates a massive wound channel.
Polymer tipped bullets are also more aerodynamic than traditional soft points, which typically translates into a longer effective range.
Of course, you’ll see different variations of polymer-tipped ammo from the Winchester Silver Tip, Nosler Accubond and Ballistic Tip, and Barnes TTSX, just to name a few. Each manufacturer has its own special recipe, but ultimately, the design concept is the same.

Designs to Avoid

Believe it or not, there are some ammo designs that are illegal to use for hunting in some areas (you want to hunt, not get in trouble with law enforcement).
One of the more popular designs that aren’t appropriate for hunting any game is the FMJ (full metal jacket). These rounds are a solid lead core surrounded by a copper jacket that won’t expand. FMJs are best for plinking, target shooting, and competitions.
Match-grade ammo is also not appropriate for hunting, even if it uses a hollow point. These bullets are designed for extreme long range shooting, and while very accurate and aerodynamic, they do not expand when they encounter soft tissue.

Effective Range

Lastly, consider the distance between you and your next target. A 300 Winchester Magnum long-range hunting rifle has a lot of power, there’s no question about that. But different factory loads can perform differently in your rifle and affect your point of impact. Things like bullet drop, accuracy (measured in minute of angle or MOA), and muzzle velocity can vary from rifle to rifle.
In general, most 300 Win Mag hunting loads work great on deer within 500 yards. However, we can quantify that a bit more.
The effective range of a hunting cartridge on deer is typically defined by its kinetic energy. The accepted rule is that 1,000 ft-lbs of energy is required to ethically harvest a whitetail deer. This is not a hard and fast rule, but it gives you a general idea of how effective your chosen cartridge is on deer.
Of course, different ammo and hunting rifles act differently (a Ruger American will give you different results than the Ruger Precision). Just like how Hornady Superformance 165 gr CX might perform better in your Rem 700 as opposed to a 180 gr Nosler Partition. The best thing you can do is test your ammo in your chosen hunting rifle to determine its long range performance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the 300 Win Mag have more recoil than the 308 Winchester?

Yes. In general the 300 Win Mag will have around 9-10 ft-lbs of additional recoil than the 308 Winchester.

What’s the difference between the 30-06 and the 300 Win Mag?

The 30-06 Springfield was developed prior to WWI and was the US service rifle cartridge through the Korean War. On the other hand, the 300 Winchester Magnum is a belted-magnum cartridge that was developed in the 1960’s for big game hunting. Both cartridges are excellent choices for big game hunting and fire the same 0.308" diameter bullets making them great options for reloading if you enjoy making your own handloads.

What is the difference between the 300 Win Mag and the 300 Weatherby?

The 300 Weatherby Magnum and 300 Win Mag are two 30-caliber cartridges that are often compared. Although both cartridges fire the same 30-caliber bullets, the 300 Weatherby Mag is slightly longer and slightly more powerful than the 300 Win Mag.
Another major difference between the two is rifle availability, as the 300 Weatherby Mag is a proprietary cartridge and for many years you could only get a Weatherby rifle chambered in the caliber. On the other hand, virtually every rifle manufacturer has a rifle chambered in 300 Win Mag.

What is the difference between the 300 Win Mag and the 300 WSM?

The main difference between the 300 Win Mag and 300 Winchester Short Magnum (WSM) is that the 300 Win Mag fits in a long action rifle while the 300 WSM fits in a short action. Both rounds fire the same 30-caliber magnum bullets and have virtually identical ballistic performance. Check out this article if you want to learn more about the 300 WSM vs 300 Win Mag.

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