Episode 044: Rice / Future Food

Recorded March 25th, 2015

This episode contains: Devon hasn’t had candy since October 15, 2013, La Fondue, fondue desserts, cheese and beer, homemade chicken pop pie (recipe below), quinoa kale salad, rice in Asia, rice for breakfast, reduce calories in rice by cooking with coconut oil and refrigerating for 12 hours, types of starches, 10% to 50% reduction in calories, Sri Lanka rice, cooking increase calories?, “healthier” chocolate, antioxidants, free radicals, studies show little to no benefit from antioxidants, Ebola vaccine, eat fruits and vegetables, SFP tips for healthy living, food pill, Forever War, Old Man’s War, Soylent, calorie distribution, general safe FDA certification, “In a world where nobody poops,”  Back to the Future dehydrated pizzas, Marvin the Martian, we are made of a lot of water, cryogenics and dehydration, rehydrating jerky, alien food, alien evolution, President Hoover and the Hoover Dam, thermal vents, aliens made up by Steven, nerf stakes, Romulan Ale,  Farscape, space pizza, Futurama quote, what Devon learned.

 Devon’s Chicken “Pop” Pie

Ingredients:

2 cups cook, chopped chicken

15 once can mixed vegetables, drained,

2 cans of cream of chicken

1 cup milk

Tube of biscuits

Instructions:

Mix everything together except uncooked biscuits in a casserole dish

Cook at 400 F for 20 minutes

Cut up uncooked biscuits into fourths, distribute on top of casserole

Bake another 15 minutes

Try not to eat the entire thing in one sitting.

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