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Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress Some fine post rock! https://open.spotify.com/album/3ld6n4RnKT8mYYOhAOg2Kf
Very enjoyable concert. Just ordered my copy of The Sick Back Song.
Just started.
http://www.chillygonzales.com/webcast/ I'm enjoying the album quite a bit. I've also been listening to Nils Frahm - Solo and Ólafur Arnalds/Alice Sara Ott - The Chopin Project lately. https://open.spotify.com/album/2pCUV3X3UHbtglDR0hpH5g https://open.spotify.com/album/7eC6sBSIM2MgWdpywd90iU https://open.spotify.com/album/3e9ZZe5qexHd61X9ucUNxh
Sadly, no.
Yeah, many lagers I've had have it. I agree that a "small amount" can actually be tolerable (or even contribute to the flavor), but it can easily get too strong. Not sure about gose--I've actually only had like three bottles of gose (not that easy to source here), but I suppose gose is a tad more forgiving toward a metallic taste than a lager is.
Max, and basically anyone other then ehkay (the only one I know of who'se made it) in this thread, have you tried Ottolenghi's swiss chard stew? It's one of my very favorite stews. You gotta try it if you can live in peace with some sugar in your meal. FWIW, I use more caraway seeds and eat it without rice (maybe add some more chickpeas to the stew; I always make large batches, so ratios are usually skewed depending on how much swiss chard I can get - 4-5 L this time). I...
Just had another bottle of Amber Lager. Very metallic-tasting. There are some beers where I don't particularly dislike it (though, if you were to ask me, I couldn't tell you which). Not the case with this beer. Speaking of which, what's the cause of the metallic taste?
Ottolenghi's swiss chard stew
I'm digging the released songs from Alabama Shakes' new album. After a few loops, I also sort-of-dig the released songs from Django Django's new album.
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