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3 Jun
9:26pm, 3 Jun 2020
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GlennR
Excellent writing on coronavirus from Tom Chivers:

unherd.com
4 Jun
7:30pm, 4 Jun 2020
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Wriggling Snake
Fritware

en.m.wikipedia.org
4 Jun
8:42pm, 4 Jun 2020
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GlennR
Very nice. Do you have a collection?
9:59am
9:59am, 5 Jun 2020
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Wriggling Snake
No. I read the word Fritware somewhere else and had no idea what it meant.
1:02pm
1:02pm, 5 Jun 2020
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GlennR
An apple-loving pet skunk is on the loose:

cambridge-news.co.uk
1:27pm
1:27pm, 5 Jun 2020
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GlennR
Some thought-provoking stuff about the susceptible proportion of the population:

unherd.com
2:14pm
2:14pm, 5 Jun 2020
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Dvorak
(Had Deedee the skunk possibly just had enough of appallingly waistcoated hipsters? Still, she provides a different from usual reply to the common Cambridge enquiry.)

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I often make notes when reading of things that I'd like to come back to later on, perhaps to su...

Hummus recipe:

Proper hummus is served with a drizzle of olive oil, rather than oil being a significant ingredient in its own right. This is what should go in it:

• 1½ cups cooked chickpeas or 1 (15-ounce) canned chickpeas, drained and rinsed*
• 3 tablespoons tahini
• 3 tablespoons lemon juice
• 1 garlic clove, mashed
• ¼ teaspoon salt, or more to taste
• Approximately 2-4 tablespoons room-temperature water or aquafaba, or more if needed
• Optional garnishes: extra virgin olive oil, sumac or paprika, finely chopped parsley or other herbs, whole chickpeas

This particular recipe from thymeandtoast.com but it’s typical of the Middle Eastern way of making it.

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