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Midnight Drinks & Snacks Anonymous 09/22/2019 (Sun) 07:54:55 No.734
There is nothing more comfy than midnight coffee with a light snack during some nightly watching or playing. I prefer quick sandwiches so it's usually honeyed and buttered toast, PB&J/PB&H, or bean toast.
>>734
I happen to enjoy hot fries or pork rinds from time to time. Generally for snacks I'll just cut a small hole into an avocado and spoon it out, or I'll slice up a little bit of salami, maybe with some cheese & crackers if I'm feeling extra indulgent. Salami is god's work.

For drinks, the best "snacking" drink is probably green tea, or red bush "tea" if I'm avoiding caffeine. Lemon-Lavender isn't bad either.
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>>735
I've been wanting to get into tea, but the sheer variety is impressive. One of the these days I'll go through /a/ and /ck/'s tea resources and start from there.
>>735
>red bush “tea”
Rooibos is lovely. When your body is looking for a caffeine fix it just tastes bland but once you kick the habit it’s a great little drink when you want something warm and soothing.
redbush is good
>>734
My snack preferences change based upon what I'm up to. If I'm watching something then sliced apple, crackers, cheese, and maybe salami is good. Popcorn is also really satisfying. If I'm playing something or reading a physical book then tea and cookies or biscuits is my go-to. White or green tea if it's by itself. Black tea if pairing it with something else. I just don't like having to constantly clean my hands so I don't mess up the pages of a book.
bought some panama coffee beans from a local boutique roaster
ground with a porlex and filter through metal filter
top notch coffee
The official midnight snack will always be grated cheese from the bag.
someone often sleeps on the couch so I dont have midnight snack for fear of waking them. maybe i can sneak packets into my room
>Midnight Drink Water never hurts but I also enjoy a glass of pulpy orange juice since that texture just goes down so amazingly well. >Midnight Snack A guilty pleasure wood be chocolate covered raisins & mixing them with roasted peanuts still having the skins on them.
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No better snack than a good piece of bread
>>1680 At least put some butter on it anon.
>>1681 No, bread alone is just fine
>>1686 But it's so dry
>>1687 And?
>>1680 Make it sourdough with olives in the bread and then youre talking
>>1706 No, bread alone is just fine. It's easy to pick up, doesn't require any preparation, and it's spongy and crunchy enough to feel great to eat.
My favorite is bismark donuts or chocolate cheesecake with almond milk.
brb midnight crisps
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Donuts and milk are tasty.
>>1774 They surely are. Don't eat too many of them though.
>>736 Try Yorkshire tea, it's the only stuff I drink. With milk to taste, of course.
i enjoy a nice muffit of tea, usually with some crackers or something to dip in it >>2771 whats yorkshire tea like? never had it. earl grey is just right. a little bit of brightness from the tangerine, with the overpowering bitterness from the black tea ive also never put milk in tea, just not something we do where i live. maybe i should try it
>>2772 It's a deep, stronger tasting tea with a somewhat bitter aftertaste. I suppose you could drink it black, though I've never seen anyone do so. Personally I like mine with extra milk to mellow out the bitterness.
turns out mangos are really good for midnight snacks. highly recommend it >>2784 sounds great, guess ill have to try it out, and some tea wilk milk as well. >>2785 mods there is postre being non-comfy pls resolve this issue at once thank u
Pickles and pickle juice is nice. and I just looked it up and surprisingly the pickle juice has a few small health benefits (esp. the dill).
>>2787 the uncomfy post is no more
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Ginger snaps are pretty comfy with a cup (or mug) of tea or coffee.
Some cheese on a crispbread slice or some plain yoghurt when we have it, or just plain small portion of oatmeal when nothing else is around.

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