@anachronistique SO GOOD!
@iceberg Some of it is on netflix instant! And if you google it, it's very easy to find the rest!
@cosmia SO MUCH BETTER. I mean, I like MLP but man did the fandom ruin the experience for me. AT is complex and definitely deals with more mature topics in an age appropriate way that adults can still appreciate.
This post is lacking in Peebles, Lady Rainicorn and Fiona outfits. Ladies of Adventure Time are the best ladies! I love all of them, but LSP is my patron saint, with Princess Bubblegum running a close second. I love this show, though I'm behind on episodes, I'm not sure I have the emotional fortitude for the Simon & Marcy ones.
@fondue with cheddar It is a children's show, but it's a pretty amazing children's show! They basically created a somewhat surreal, post-apocalyptic world, but instead of it being full of despair and angst, it's full of weirdness, fun, and of course ADVENTURE! It's amazingly smart, and frankly has a more diverse cast of female characters than Girls so there is that.
@harebell I make chickpeas & kale w/onions, garlic, spices, and stock and then serve over a grain of some kind. It's cheap and pretty filling, no extra work required!
Ask a Glutton is great and I completely love it.
@teaandcakeordeath olive oil, garlic, salt, crush red pepper flakes, pureed tomatoes, pasta done.
I have a more complicated recipe which involves onions and many cloves of garlic but it's a little fussy, also it's called "kiss of death" pasta because it makes your breath so stinky.
Chickpea flour is a thing that exists and it's not too hard to find...it might be useful in these cookies, especially if people can't mash chickpeas. I don't know what you would thin it out with (water? some kind of [soy/almond/rice] milk?) but I bet it would work well.
Also should you decide to sub almond butter (because not everyone eats peanuts), I find almond butter baked goods are at their most sublime when you add a little almond extract.
This article is so important for helping reduce stigma BIG TIME. Props to her!
But it definitely glosses over the other 75% of the issue (maybe 50%?) which is access and availability. Like shouting out to your fancy cancer clinic in California doesn't help a person who lives in rural Maine on SSI benefits.
And I understand that it is not her problem to solve, but I would have appreciated it being addressed more specifically since she is being so candid. Like if anyone could be honest about expenses, why not it be her? She did just give us some gory details about her breast removal/reconstruction surgery.