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  1. It's true. I'm a girl and I can't cook.

    I live in college by myself (for those of you who don't know), so I buy random assorted inexpensive things that I can make. Most of my pantry consists of ramen and canned foods, but I wanted some variety so I got a box of Stove Top stuffing.

    Now, the directions are simple. Boil water and butter, add the stuffing, remove it from heat, wait 5 minutes, fluff with fork. I managed to mess THAT up.

    First of all, I added too much butter (because I was only going to cook half, and I originally added the normal amount of butter, which would've been twice as much as needed).

    Second, when I added the stuffing, it overflowed and I got molten waterbutter all over the stove. Then I moved the pan and covered it with a plate to let it heat up.

    When it was done, it was really watered down. I don't have a measuring cup so I didn't know how much water is how much, and I apparently added too much, so my stuffing is soggy.

    It's good though, when you're hungry.

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    2. fraggle

      fraggle

      I tried to make onion rings the other week. My first mistake was cutting the onions in the wrong axis, so I ended up with onion crescents instead of rings. My second mistake was trying to cook breaded onion rings instead of battered onion rings, which are much easier. My third mistake was putting too much breadcrumb coating on them so they basically ended up as lumps of cooked bread.

    3. rf`

      rf`

      Nanami said:

      I get Ramen. They're 10 for a dollar and are about 1-2 a serving. Either way, much cheaper. =P

      Maruchan is good too.

    4. zark

      zark

      fraggle said:

      I tried to make onion rings the other week. My first mistake was cutting the onions in the wrong axis, so I ended up with onion crescents instead of rings. My second mistake was trying to cook breaded onion rings instead of battered onion rings, which are much easier. My third mistake was putting too much breadcrumb coating on them so they basically ended up as lumps of cooked bread.

      Mmmm, sounds delicious.

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