Anyone have a good recipe for wind?

My bf is going on a long distance road trip with some of his buddies and he wants a really good recipe for wind. He wants to make the road trip a real special one, hehe.

I told him, if he could find me a recipe, I would cook it for him. For right now, I have butter beans and asparagus and seasoned tofu. I know those can make some real cannon balls!

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23 Responses to “Anyone have a good recipe for wind?”

  1. chippie_minton said:

    sprouts and mushy peas.

  2. SundaeG1rl said:

    Egg curry. Hard-boil the eggs, then add them to the curry sauce of his choice (masala or jalfrezi is good). I promise you, it’ll be gale force winds and they’re smell rancid, hehehe

  3. Collinsville Cookie said:

    Add some cauliflower and broccoli and you’ll be well on your way to flatulencetown.

  4. Ginger said:

    Foods that have a lot of fiber.

  5. EyeSpy said:

    broccoli… and beans that were quick soaked (not soaked overnight).

  6. Tuggamamma said:

    uhhh, mother nature.

  7. Christopher K said:

    A couple of cans of Frito’s Fart Dip should do the trick……He’ll be ripping the sails with the wind that gives you……Glad that’s one outting I’m not invited to!!!!!

    Christopher

  8. Carrot Cruncher said:

    Green Lentils & Onion Rissoto……Phew!!

  9. pinhed_1976 said:

    black bean chili, a nice rib steak, and some cheap beer

  10. tatrafan said:

    Cabbage and sweet corn are a pretty potent combination judging by my wifes` efforts.
    I was blown out of bed and on to the floor twice last week.

  11. jojo m said:

    none of this vegetable malarkey – all he needs is some slightly gone-off sausages.
    my flat was a deadly gas chamber after eating some of those =D

  12. lily said:

    Baked beans and sprouts

  13. mamarat said:

    Roast lamb. They’ll be jumping out the windows.

  14. Sakura said:

    Just blow and you got it 😉

  15. sxcbabii_92 said:

    FOUR WINDS CASSEROLE

    1 tbsp. oil
    1/2 c. chopped onion
    1 (8 1/2 oz.) can Chun King water chestnuts, drained and chopped
    1 (10 1/2 oz.) can condensed cream of celery soup
    1/2 tsp. curry powder; optional
    1/4 c. milk
    1 (about 7 oz.) can tuna, drained and flaked
    2 tbsp. minced parsley
    1 (5 oz.) can Chun King Chow Mein noodles

    In large skillet, heat oil. Add onion and water chestnuts and saute until onion is soft. Remove from heat and add remaining ingredients, reserving 1/2 cup noodles. Pour into a shallow greased 1 quart casserole. Top with reserved noodles. Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for 35-45 minutes or until noodles are lightly browned. Makes approximately four 1 cup servings.

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    GONE WITH THE WIND (DESSERT)

    1 c. milk
    3/4 c. sugar
    2 egg yolks
    Pinch of salt
    1 env. gelatin
    1/4 c. cold water
    1 1/2 c. whipped cream
    Whipped egg whites
    Vanilla

    Combine milk, sugar, egg yolks, and salt and cook over medium heat until quite thick. Dissolve gelatin; add it and cook until it is a custard. Whip custard after it cools and add whipped cream and egg whites and vanilla.

    CRUST:

    3 c. graham cracker crumbs
    3 tbsp. brown sugar
    3 tbsp. melted butter

    Mix together. Line about 2-inch pan, takes about half of it. Put other half on top.

  16. kenardly said:

    a bag of Fun-yuns

  17. Pilyong Hipon said:

    two words:
    cabbage caserol.

  18. heleni said:

    Baked beans, lentils, cabbage, sprouts, cauliflower, onion, broccoli, eggs, anything containing soya. Combine them with some meat to make them extra stinky.

    Tell him not to chew too much, as this will make him swallow more air. He should also drink some fizzy drinks. Caffeine also seems to get the bowels going!

    I’m glad I’m not going to be in that car!

  19. windsor1 said:

    My family swears by my deviled eggs.

  20. Topsy said:

    Well as you suffer with flatulence so often aren’t you the expert?

  21. bumpbump said:

    Brussels and water chestnut soup.

    However, – it is home made!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  22. zakiit said:

    Yeah, eat plenty of beans. Sauerkraut is another – fry some bacon bits, onion and garlic, then add drained sauerkraut and grated apple, juniper berries, bay leaf (these last two you do not eat). cook for as long as you can. Serve with sausages or pork chops and a good graavy. Wind satisfaction garanteed!

  23. Big kid said:

    He is going to be as popular as you are. Why the wierd fixation with wind and stools (and un-orthodox uses of slotted spoons)
    To answer your question, sprouts and beans usually whack up the gas pressure




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