Got a 6 quart crockpot, I googled recipes for hours but everything looked either too complicated with too many ingredients or too high sodium/carbs. What's something relatively simple I can make in bulk, as in enough macros to last me 3-4 days? A whole chicken with a bunch of soup vegetables? I read chuck steak has too much fat and hard to calculate macros. I don't wanna buy stock cuz of high sodium.
I think I will watch that one as well and finish Jeanne Dielman. She made a lot of films but her oeurve seems daunting and impenetrable. Just really heartbreaking to see an artist and auteur pass on in this manner.
Some films I bookmarked in the recent months and plan to watch, hopefully in the next weeks:
Café Lumière - Hou Hsiao-Hsien
Tu Dors Nicole - Stéphane Lafleur
Winter Sleep - Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Vive l'Amour - Tsai Ming-liang
Phoenix - Christian Petzold
Bored by the archetypal hero plot (against a really complex socialeconomic backstory) and the protagonist actor, direction was good.
To clarify, Oscar Issac is a boring fucking actor, he showed a bit of flair in Llewyn Davis then just typical Hollywood lead man BS in rest of his films. I liked him in Ex Machina but not in anything since.