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Piles of salt at sunrise, Bolivia.

soupengine replied to your post: anonymous asked:IN ‘MURICA WE HAV…

this is not an average dining experience and most (like 92%) of white america would be horrified at eating blood. america hates any fun food.

wasn’t there an article about how western nobles in medieval times used to spice up their meals a lot much like how easterners did but when trade relations to the east were opened up and spices became cheaper the nobles were all like “now that the commoners could afford all these exotic food and spices we shall now consider them unfashionable and commoner food and will now switch to simple plain salted dishes“ and it’s been a staple taste ever since?

princessnellancholy asked:

Hello,um. I literally just resolved to myself to begin practicing my "craft" a few hours ago. I'm in a situation where I would probably get in trouble with unnecessary questions with family should I attempt to procure "natural" ingredients. Would it be acceptable to improvise with processed things such as markers or eyeliner for symbols and sigils? Or sauces/juices as reagents? I pretty much only have access to water,salt,and plain candles for consecration as well.

Hello, it’s ok if you use processed foods and markers for your craft. When it comes to witchcraft it’s your intent that matters Most.

i honestly think that if you eat enough of a certain disgusting food that you’ll get used to it, because when i was younger i despised cranberry juice but now ive leveled up to being able to drink pure plain cranberry juice that has no sweeteners. so im going to try to eat avocados so that i can immerse myself in the “healthy culture” w/o wanting to gag

anonymous asked:

I have a rose quartz that needs to be cleaned. Do you have any idea of how I can do it? Someone recommended me water and salt, do you think that's enough?

Just plain salt is likely to work fine. Leave it covered in salt for a full day at least. 

You may enjoy an energetic method:  How to energetically cleanse an item

People food for hermit crabs

People food for hermit crabs

Aside from the obvious flowers, plants, leaves, fruits and vegetables, there are some other people foods that can be safe to feed to your hermit crabs. This is not an exhaustive list but the most common we come across:

Popcorn – plain (no salt no butter). If you don’t care for plain popcorn you can always buy a small quantity of kernels and pop two or three in the microwave using a paper bag.


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1-2-1-2-3-4--pj asked:


Butter, Plain or Salted popcorn?
  • I hate popcorn

37. Dogs or cats?
  • dogs forever

38. Favorite flower?
  • rose!

39. Been caught doing something you weren’t supposed to do?
  • well, yes 

40. Do you have a best friend of the opposite sex?
  • not currently, but I did and he turned out to be a sexist asshole

41. Have you ever loved someone?
  • mhm

42. Who would you like to see right now?
  • ed sheeran or emma watson bc perfection
Yeti Yogurt (SFU)

I finally got around to trying the fabled Yeti Yogurt up at SFU. The first thing that I noticed when I stepped into the establishment was how clean and organized all of the machines and toppings were! Secondly, I also noticed the apathetic attitude the server had towards everybody in the place, but we’ll get to that later.

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