This deserves mention. An industry-funded study that doesn't entirely find what the industry would like. Whole grain oat flakes reduce blood glucose and insulin responses, but thin or instant oats do not. Funded by PepsiCo, owner of Quaker Oats.
TIL “people believed an ice cream named “Frosh” was creamier than an ice cream called “Frish”. Makes me wonder whether whiff might be a better name than Cornish Sole.
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Peter Rukavina asks: "What category of Judaism would you self-identify with?"
And I can think only of Jonathan Miller's "Jew ... ish", which appears to be a line from the original Beyond the Fringe.
"[T]he University of Plymouth has found that managing the density of crab and lobster pots ... increases the quality of catch, benefits the marine environment and makes the industry more sustainable in the long term." Great. Now, how to export the catch.
It has been both salutary and disappointing to go back to original material from the late sixties, early seventies and 1994 and realise that we have basically squandered the gift of the Green Revolution. Not that tomorrow's episode is pessimistic or anything.
Thanks for the link to the video. I've done a few workflows and, like Ton, had some difficulty really understanding how they work, so I am going to find time for this. I don't think Automators.fm has ever done an episode on Alfred; I wish they would.
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Clarke's Third Law.
This morning, sitting outside a cafe that was actually closed because of the lockdown here, Syncthing made a believer of me.
I enjoyed, if that's the right word, giving blood and then plasma regularly in the UK. Since moving to Italy, I have tried a couple of times to donate, but they won't have me, on the grounds that I lived in the UK during BSE. I know I shouldn't, but I take it personally.
I rant often about podcast web pages that hide their audio behind layers of obfuscation. It makes trialling an episode in huffduffer.com impossible. But ones I subscribe to, like @5x15stories, that can't even supply a decent feed are beyond my understanding.
Tidiness certainly can be over-rated, although less so in the physical space than in digital space where searching is so much fast. Or, as I used to say of one long-term partner:
"A place for everything, and everything in a place."