Cooking With Urine

I prepare some of my meals using my own urine, especially breakfast.  I use my urine to make oatmeal, coffee, instant iced tea, my powdered diet drink, rice, pasta, gingerbread, and I mix it half and half with my morning juice. I want to try using it to make Jello sometime. It can be used in any recipe that requires water as an ingredient. If any of you have recipes that incorporate urine as an ingredient, please post them here in this topic.

doakman2007 doakman2007
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2 Responses Mar 5, 2010

Here are some of my recipes using urine as an ingredient.<br />
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RECIPES USING URINE<br />
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Pee Coffee<br />
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Fill Mr. Coffee basket with ground coffee measured for the amount of pee you will be using.<br />
Fill carafe with as many cups of pee as you desire.<br />
Brew.<br />
Drink black or with cream and/or sugar <br />
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Pee Kool-Aid<br />
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Empty contents of Kool-Aid package into a large pitcher.<br />
Add 1 cup of sugar or artificial sweetener like Splenda<br />
Add cold pee and ice to make 2 quarts. (Use pee to make ice cubes)<br />
Stir until sugar and Kool-Aid are dissolved.<br />
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Pee Jello<br />
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Heat 1 cup of pee in the microwave to near boiling.<br />
Chill 1 cup of pee in the refrigerator.<br />
Add Jello to a medium bowl.<br />
Add hot pee to Jello.<br />
Stir until Jello dissolves.<br />
Stir in cold pee.<br />
Refrigerate of 30 to 90 minutes, or until firm.<br />
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Pee Oatmeal<br />
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Combine 1 cup of pee and oats in a bowl. Optional ingredients may be added also.<br />
Microwave on HIGH 2 1/2 to 3 minutes.<br />
Add milk or cranberry juice cocktail (optional)<br />
Optional ingredients:<br />
maple syrup<br />
brown sugar<br />
raisins<br />
cinnamon<br />
white sugar<br />
honey<br />
Stir and serve.<br />
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Pee Gingerbread<br />
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Stir gingerbread mix (Pillsbury, Betty Crocker), 1 1/4 cups warm pee, and 1 egg in an 8" or 9" square pan, using fork until blended (about 2 minutes).<br />
Bake in 350 degree oven for 30 to 35 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. <br />
Serve warm or cool.<br />
Optional ingredient: ice cream<br />
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Pee Brownies<br />
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Stir brownie mix (Pillsbury, Betty Crocker) 1/2 cup of oil, 1/4 cup pee, and 2 eggs in a bowl.<br />
Beat about 50 strokes.<br />
Spread in greased 9" X 13" or 9" X 9" pan.<br />
Bake at 350 degrees for 28 to 35 minutes<br />
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Pee Instant Iced Tea<br />
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Add 1 tablespoon of Lipton Instant Iced Tea to 8 oz. (1 cup) of pee.<br />
Stir vigorously.<br />
Add ice (see above) and stir.<br />
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Pee Fruit Juice<br />
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Mix 1/2 pee with 1/2 chilled orange juice, grapefruit juice, or cranberry juice cocktail.

Now here is a thought I had not had.<br />
I love **** and think it taste great.I have never heard of using is to cook or help prepare meals.<br />
Shall try it and let you know.<br />
Thanks for sharing your thoughts here on experience project. Novel and hot idea.<br />
Louise CD

I have added urine to the water used for boiling up pasta when preparing the noodles for other dishes. It adds a distinctly different flavor to any dish, plus the aroma as the pot boils is enjoyable.

Can you taste the urine in the food?