@purefog If you're not using a spectrophotometer and (metric) calipers, you just don't care about feeding your family quality food!
Don't forget to sort your lentils properly! http://www.porkulent.com/2011/01/how-to-sort-lentils/
@mimihaha FOR REAL I have had nightmares about this
On "Laughing Through the Tears": Talking With Jessie Kahnweiler About Her Dark Comedy, Meet My Rapist
Wow, that was...really true to my experience? I don't really know what to say, except that this captured a lot of my own feelings in a way I really wasn't expecting. Funny, well-executed, and very cathartic for me to watch. I'm kind of blown away!
This was wonderful!
Oh man this is the best! I wish random people would devote their lives to optimizing all the mundane tasks everyone has to do.
@LaLoba You're right about the author! I really liked a lot of her older stuff. Questionable topic aside, this piece is just really unimaginative compared to some of the other things she's written here.
@harebell Oh Lordy I didn't even notice her shirt until I read your comment.
This is the kind of "article" I come to the 'Pin to avoid. There is far too much of this kind of thing on the internet already.
On This Moving Animated Short Features a Fiona Apple Cover of "Pure Imagination," Is an Ad for Chipotle
@j-i-a Oh, definitely. It is tough to be a large company (especially publicly held, as I think Chipotle is) and not succumb to the pressures of capitalism. What I think is neat about Chipotle is that they have made their ethical sourcing a key differentiator for consumers. So it's marketing like this that allows them to keep up the good work. And it's their big-corporation marketing budget that paid for this cute/awareness-raising video to be made! To my mind, this is actually a win-win for art and ethical commerce.