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How to bag your Eggs (Bagging Groceries at your local supermarket)

How to bag your Eggs (Bagging Groceries at your local supermarket)

Some buffoon cashiers/checkers are anal about how and where to place a dozen (or more) eggs in a bag of groceries. They claim eggs must be placed on top for fear of breakage…I’ll show you something about bagging your eggs. …Click here to >>>> Watch My VideoDiscover MediumWelcome to a place where words matter. On Medium, smart voices and original ideas take center stage - with no ads in sight.WatchMake Medium yoursFollow all the topics you care about, and we’ll deliver the best stories for you to your homepage and inbox.ExploreBecome a memberGet unlimited access to the best stories on Medium — and support writers while you’re at it. Just $5/month.UpgradeOriginal linkOriginal author: The Simple Truth by Scott (the Weird Weird) West

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10 Foods to Eat to Lower Your Cholesterol

10 Foods to Eat to Lower Your Cholesterol

Cholesterol is an important fat-like substance used to create hormones (such as vitamin D), build healthy cells, and digest your food. The cholesterol your body uses can come from two different sources: your own body or the food you eat. Dietary cholesterol, meaning the cholesterol from food, is only found in animal-based products (i.e. meat, dairy milk, eggs, etc.). Dietary cholesterol is not essential to your health because your liver makes all of the cholesterol it needs on its own. So, if you are vegan there’s no need to worry!Traditionally, LDL cholesterol is referred to as “bad” cholesterol and HDL cholesterol is referred to as “good” cholesterol. A total cholesterol level of less than or equal to 200 mg/dL and LDL level of less than or equal to 100 mg/dL is considered optimal. If you consume animal-based foods, it’s a good idea to have no more than 300 mg of cholesterol per day.Sometimes cholesterol levels can become so high they become problematic for your health. Generally a total cholesterol level above 240 mg/dL is considered high.High cholesterol can lead to the development of heart disease. If you have high cholesterol or simply want to prevent it from becoming too high, include...

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So much information out there, yet how many people are really able to follow the most basic diet —…

So much information out there, yet how many people are really able to follow the most basic diet —…

Why learn the basics of nutritional science? Nutritional education is lacking in our society. People are headline readers, single-study consumers or preachers of individual anecdotes — often leading to master narratives demonizing certain food groups, macronutrients or even food preparation methods (Raw til’ 4, anyone?).Your Body On: CarbohydratesKristen EleanorSo much information out there, yet how many people are really able to follow the most basic diet — balanced diet? A balanced diet is for all healthy individuals. The only time we swayed away from balanced diet is when we have special needs, such as people with high physical activity level, people with very low physical activity level, people who are at risk of a certain disease or have a certain disease, etc. Most of us will only ever need to follow the balanced diet correctly.Discover MediumWelcome to a place where words matter. On Medium, smart voices and original ideas take center stage - with no ads in sight.WatchMake Medium yoursFollow all the topics you care about, and we’ll deliver the best stories for you to your homepage and inbox.ExploreBecome a memberGet unlimited access to the best stories on Medium — and support writers while you’re at it. Just $5/month.UpgradeOriginal linkOriginal author:...

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Could the Food You Eat In the Next Couple of Years Be Fake?

Could the Food You Eat In the Next Couple of Years Be Fake?

What if you could have food that tasted better, healthier, and made it possible to solve the problem of not having enough food around the world?Sounds awesome, right? Well, at what cost would these benefits be executed?Gene editing is one of the fastest emerging technologies, and in the last five years, we have already made so much progress. Researchers can now cut out certain areas of DNA to control traits. When the DNA is extracted, the cell’s genetic structure will regenerate without or with the new DNA. As an example, if a researcher really wanted to, they could make it so that tomatoes had twice as many branches, or for a banana to be grown without seeds. Twice as many branches mean that we have twice as many tomatoes from one plant.Original (Left)… Edited (Right)Gene Editing is being used in many other forms, and one of the most popular is as in medicine. Gene editing humans has also been increasing in popularity but, it works a little differently than it does in tomatoes, but the concept is the same. A human could be gene-edited to inherit chosen genes instead of ones that could potentially be harmful to the human.Benefits:Going back to...

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Chocolate muffins

Chocolate muffins

By: keto.copy�– �„�‰�‚��€�¿�„�€�‰�3 eggs1/2 cup almond butter1tsp. Vanilla2Tbs sour cream6 Tbs erythritol or sweetener of your choice (2.5oz)1/2tsp. Baking powder1/3rd cup unsweetened cocoa powder3Tbs melted butter2 squares melted unsweetened bakers chocolate1/3rd cup Lilly’s chocolate chips (optional)�– INSTRUCTIONI melted my butter and chocolate squares together in a bowl in the microwave for 1 minute on 20% power. Take out and stir them together until totally incorporated. You may need an extra zap but if your butter is melted it should melt your chocolate. Just give it a minute :).Blend your eggs, almond butter, vanilla, sour cream, and sweetener together until incorporated. If your butter/chocolate mixture is well mixed add that too. Mix!In a separate bowl gently mix your cocoa and baking powder. Mix your wet and dry ingredients. Your batter will be thick. It’s ok!I spread my batter into a parchment-lined loaf pan and baked at 325 for 15 minutes. EVERYONE’S OVEN IS DIFFERENT! I’ve said it before, the only time this recipe was meh was when I overcooked it.(aff.link)This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links.Original linkOriginal author: Keto Recipes

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Swamp Room — Bringing the Bayou to the Backyard

Swamp Room — Bringing the Bayou to the Backyard

Anjeliko San Mateo — Metairie, LABeyond the bubbling delights and bright lights of Bourbon Street in New Orleans, there is a quieter side to the city: Metairie. It’s a cozy suburban city that you can stay or pass through on the way. Before you get your drink on in Bourbon, don’t miss out on the newest watering hole in the Jefferson Parish, Swamp Room. A new home to the Who Dat nation.Saturday Jan. 18 marks the grand opening of this new bar and grill, and those doors welcome you with open arms right into the swamp. As you enter you are greeted with a beautifully painted mural of a giant alligator with a big toothy grin, not like the cartoon mascot from the outside.Swamp Room Entry Mural — © 2020 Anjeliko San MateoAs you round the entry wall you see the central bar with the two sides that make it a great hub to hang out. The dining area to the left, the game area to the right and above, screens casting all the sports games, this will be the talk of the town.(not depicted, dartboards and arcade games) —©2020 Anjeliko San MateoBar Countertop — © 2020 Anjeliko San MateoThe booths...

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Have We Finally Found Infinite Food?

Have We Finally Found Infinite Food?

There is a modern debate going on about GMOs(Genetically Modified Organisms). Everyone is talking about them and GMOs have gotten a bad wrap in recent years. But let’s take a look at both sides of the argument, and find out how GMOs began in the first place.The first marketable GMO crop was the Flavr Savr Tomato. It was a normal tomato, but contained the PG gene that stopped the production of proteins that made a tomato squishy. In May of 1994, the genetically modified tomato was finally introduced into the market. It had all the hope of being a better alternative that could save so much money for markets. But that hope had ceased.The company producing the tomatoes, Calgene, had started to lose money. This essentially shut down the production of the first-ever GMOs, but nowadays, there are many more different GMOs that have come out, but are more mundane than you might think.Right now, most GMOs are just made to be resistant to pesticides and diseases. There are a select few GMOs that are engineered to be nutritious and might even solve the age-old problem of world hunger. Golden rice and the purple tomato are a few examples of these,...

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A Poet Recounts His Day In Unnecessarily Dramatic Fashion: Part the Hundred and Eightieth

A Poet Recounts His Day In Unnecessarily Dramatic Fashion: Part the Hundred and Eightieth

17th January 2020To a Poet’s oeuvre.spectres aboundin dusk’s nostalgic shroudsurrounded by emotionin which i once drowned.a ghoulish castof echoes of the pastenact familiar scenesnot supposed to last.remnants of feelingscreep up; leave me reelingvoicing woe thought long gone —from my work, they are reading.shadows of my own make dareremind me of the short-lived pair:that which slowly becamemy sweetest nightmare.To the savoury pastries I like from the mosque.O spinach and sweet,What an odd pair you two are;Bring me more boxes.To nightly chai.Film has not had a better companion since the advent of the audience.— Sarim IrfanDiscover MediumWelcome to a place where words matter. On Medium, smart voices and original ideas take center stage - with no ads in sight.WatchMake Medium yoursFollow all the topics you care about, and we’ll deliver the best stories for you to your homepage and inbox.ExploreBecome a memberGet unlimited access to the best stories on Medium — and support writers while you’re at it. Just $5/month.UpgradeOriginal linkOriginal author: Sarim Irfan

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Shared Tables

Shared Tables

Shared Tableshttps://bit.ly/2TcgKasThis amusing but perhaps effective picture I saw in this tweet got some thoughts rolling.We could all use some personal space in public. Especially in countries like India. Where the population, combined with the general lack of regard for other’s personal space can be quite a challenge. Growing up, I have been in several queues, where, people behind you are far too much in a hurry. So they stand next to you. In rare cases, they might even try to get ahead of you when you finally reach the counter. Or they’re peering over your shoulder, as you ask the bank teller something, or pay for your train ticket, or are about to place your food order.But that said, have you ever been to a restaurant where you had to share a table with strangers? Where, if you walked in alone, or with two other people, you could only occupy that many seats at a table. Because other customers would sit in the remaining available seats. Or they would ask you to scootch over.And did you feel an invasion of your privacy? Did it make you uncomfortable? Or did it make you think, ‘what the hell, it’s just for a...

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3 Meals a Day Isn’t Enough

3 Meals a Day Isn’t Enough

Improving your health with sciencePhoto: Lily Banse via UnsplashAs hard as it can be to hear, we have to accept certain truths about good health.Some are common knowledge, such as the notion that a broccoli is better for us than a deep fried stick of butter.Others are less obvious, including the idea that eating many small meals each day is better than 3 large meals.Eating three meals a day is a fundamental practice we were raised to replicate. It feels right to us, but not to our digestive system.Attacking the ‘three meal’ model is a controversial thought, and it hits hard at the companies who work and spend hard to ensure that we’re spending money on their meal-specific products.However, I prescribe to the belief that we’re far better off pacing our eating out throughout the day.The ‘three meal’ systemPhoto: Andrew Welch via UnsplashThe way we traditionally eat puts a lot of pressure on our digestive system to perform.We starve ourselves for hours, then ingest an enormous amount high intensive food all at once.Dinner is a meal that typically involves large portions of breads, pastas or rice. We stuff ourselves until our belly is bursting, then go to sleep within a few...

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