- Joined Apr 25, 2014
Try not to cook things that taste like vomit.
Haha I think I am good in that area, it is just my soup that tasted bad. Though, I made tomato sauce recently and it tasted a lot better.Nope, too much onion is quite unlikely to be the problem. Seek out a good recipe or two and follow them. Also, please don't succumb to the "arrogance of youth"... Tumors can happen at any age. There really could be a reason why you continually think you smell vomit.
Yes, I think this was the case. I bought vine tomatoes, cut them in half and pre cooked them for 30 minutes with olive oil, fresh thyme, garlic, and I left the vines on to give a little more flavor and took them off when I blended them together. So the vines could be it too, I also put WAY too much thyme because the bristles fell off into the soup when I boiled itThe tomatoes are your source of acidity. This far out of season they'll have little other flavor.
Nope, real. I am actually getting pretty good at cooking too but the acidity of the tomatoes was probably the reason. That with too much thyme and the vine of the tomatoes could have been why. My mom actually liked the soup with the exception of too much thyme, but I couldn't eat it. Way too acidic. Probably way too many herbs seeing I am used to dried having less flavor
I've tried to ignore this thread, but vomit? Seriously?
I've lived for a while, and NEVER had anything taste like vomit other than vomit.
Is this simply a misplaced metaphor or. . . a troll?