I have a bunch of 4.5” x 4.5” x 2” rubbermade containers that are about the right size, but if I microwave those they usually develop pits or cloudiness.
I’d love something small and shallow like that, but made of gladware or something.
This is probably a long shot, but does anyone have a good recommendation for a small microwavable, reusable container (preferably plastic or otherwise hard to break)?
I often cook up rice and break it up into ~100g portions, which I freeze and re-heat later. Right now they take up way too much freezer space because I put them in Hillshire Farms containers.
If you wouldn’t eat lab-grown meat at any price point (even free), then I guess answer <1x, or don’t answer.
If you are a vegan or vegetarian but would eat lab-grown meat, then answer >2x, since you wouldn’t accept farmed meat even if it were free.
At what price point, relative to the cost of farmed meat, would you switch to an otherwise identical cultured alternative (i.e. this was grown from cell culture or some other mechanism that doesn’t involve raising an animal and killing it)?
(To be clear, >2x means “I’d pay at least $10 for cultured steak that would cost $5 if it came from a cow.”)
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Python HTML Sanitizer library Bleach reaches version 6.0 and **end of life**. Why? The underlying html parser library (html5lib) is no longer maintained.
More seriously, I don’t think that really leads to conspiracy thinking, but there certainly are interesting parallels…
Is it any wonder that so many people believe in conspiracy theories when they grow up with every adult around them (including, apparently, the police) conspiring to make up a person with magic powers, just because they think it’s fun?
If you get so far as to collect a DNA sample, you should get to know the secret,, not have the police send you fake evidence.
This is your 15-year warning to get ready for the Y2K38 bug: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Year_2038_problem
That said, I remember liking Murder at the Margin and the other Henry Spearman “economics professor solves murders with economics” books, so who knows…
Critical Chain is a novel by Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt using the critical chain theory of project management as the major theme.
Sounds like a real banger…
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