there are no answers don't even try
Do you have other unanswerable questions? Please post below.
PLEASE I BEG YOU ALL, DO NOT TRY TO ANSWER THE BRAIN BUSTERS I POSED OR ANY OTHER QUESTIONS IN THIS THREAD. THE LAST FEW PEOPLE WHO TRIED ENDED UP AT THE BRAIN HOSPITAL BECAUSE THEIR BRAINS HURT SO MUCH.
I have an answer. In a word: process. Like great art and emotional breakthroughs, almond milk and peanut butter aren't just the sum of their ingredients, they're the product of good process. You had the right ingredients, and your mouth-based process had the gist of it, but peanut butter and almond milk, like great art and emotional breakthroughs, take a lot of time because the ingredients need a lot of work to be transformed into something beautiful. It's all process, Alex. Well, process and ball bearings.
That's a trick question. That is in fact how both peanut butter and almond milk are made.
The real question is why don't all the people whose job it is to chew up peanuts and almonds all day in order to make our peanut butters and almond milks come forward about their work?
Didn't Aristotle try to answer this in his work "Metapeanuts"?
Alex. You are breaking my brain. And I came here to write that comment before I even saw your comment. These are things we cannot think about! Just accept the almond milk! Worship the peanut butter! DO NOT ASK QUESTIONS
1) your spit is an added ingredient and contains enzymes that break down the proteins and such in a way the processing plant wouldn't; and
2) there's some degree of taste adaption / hedonistic treadmill that reduces the flavors as you're going
Now my question:
People eat steak and eggs. They eat bacon or sausage or ham and eggs.
Why don't they eat chicken and eggs?
It was Rilke who said “Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves…Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them…Live the questions now… “
And a followup, if I may: who tf is putting salt in their almond milk?
I am admittedly an almond milk elitist who MAKES MY OWN ALMOND MILK twice a week but I almost ran out and grabbed whatever that brand is because tbh it’s a giant PITA. But imagining salty almond milk makes me gag so maybe not???
can i feel intrigued and nauseated at the same time?
Answer: extracellular fluid aka saliva.
While is around 99% water, saliva also contains electrolytes, mucus, white blood cells, epithelial cells (from which DNA can be extracted), enzymes (such as lipase and amylase), antimicrobial agents (such as secretory IgA, and lysozymes).
Much richer nutritional profile than any bought or homemade peanut butter / almond mylk imho
If you are halfway chewing nuts tho brew a good coffee and wash it all down. No harm done :)
I think it's AWESOME someone is asking the truly -- sorry, need to stop and wash down these chewed up peanuts with these chewed up almonds -- important questions of the day!
When I was a kid I wanted to make homemade butter so I poured some milk in a bag and shook it for as long as I could. Then I convinced my cousins to switch off with me so that someone was always shaking the bag. (I should add that we were inspired by a Thomas the Tank Engine episode in which a very bumpy journey caused pints of milk to turn into pints of butter.) Needless to say the butter was never produced and I still feel very deceived.
Saliva! The variable that dares not speak its name (because you can’t say ‘saliva’ with your mouth full). Try the same process without involving your mouth and see what happens.
The next time I have the existential urge to sample my spent coffee grounds, I will ponder this.
what do you mean, DOGS DON'T HAVE HOOVES
but also, if i chew up a bunch of animal remains, you know, the innards and the teeth and the hooves, and add some salt and gravy, WHY DOESN'T IT TASTE LIKE PURINA???