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Garlic miso chicken noodle soup. ;w; Used some of the homemade garlic miso I've been working on, with a few petals of the preserved garlic on top as garnish. Also made the broth from the bones of some leftover chicken. No waste is good. <3
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This seems like an amazing meal-building tool.
There are 3 columns of foods (building, energy, and vitality) from which you choose whatever you want in prescribed amounts.
Three meals per day with at least 4 hours no-snacking glucose-stabilizing and insulin-dropping recovery time.
It includes some recipes too, and it's #vegan!
This afternoon/evening I made Pastiera Nepolitana (an Italian celebratory Easter pie).
> “There are women involved in every single step of this amazing project,” said Sara Issaoun, 24, a graduate student at Radboud University in the Netherlands who worked on the research [...] But Ms. Issaoun warned against a “lone-wolf success” narrative. “The diversity and group effort and the breadth of our collaboration, I think, is worth celebration,” she said."
For those that are interested in learning more about black holes directly from Katie Bouman, here's a Ted Talk she gave a couple of years ago! https://www.ted.com/talks/katie_bouman_what_does_a_black_hole_look_like
So I have recently come back to Mastadon (mainly Sunbeam.city) and I'm looking for more people to follow.
Specifically looking for people interested in:
And like pretty much anything else similar to the above. So if you toot a lot of things related to the above I would greatly appreciate if you retoot, favourite or reply to this.
The best part of the walk was my journey back where I saw loads of sheep grazing and it's lambing season so there was lambs everywhere. They were all talking to me, and some of the lambs were no bigger than cats and my heart was melting all the way through this valley because some of them came to me and there were no walls or anything. They had a massive hill to just chill on and it was super cute omg omg omg SHEEPS
@jojo The zoo one sounded really good when you described it
Apparently it's #BeeFlyWatch in the UK at the moment. I'm not sure I've ever seen one in real life, but maybe I've just not been observant enough.
They are cute little things https://www.discoverwildlife.com/animal-facts/insects-invertebrates/bee-flies/
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