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chilirasbora · 24 hours
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bnmxfld · 2 days
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Stay is a sensitive word. We wear who stayed and who left in our skin forever.
Nayyirah Waheed / Salt
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antikristrecipes · 6 months
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Rosemary and Sea Salt Rustic Bread Loaf
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sweetoothgirl · 8 months
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Salted Caramel Cupcakes
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beastrambles · 3 months
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I hate how marketable witchcraft has become within the last few years.
Don't get me wrong- I'm glad it's gaining momentum and more support! I love to see new people within the community! I welcome you all with open arms.
However, the mass spreading of misinformation, cultural appropriation, cheap goods sold at expensive prices, amongst other things is. Headache inducing at a minimum.
The local stores and festivals I've frequented over time have gone from small, affordable, locally sourced goods, to large-scale social media shills, shoving bundles of "DIY spell" kits and overpriced crystals under my nose.
It's exhausting.
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itscolossal · 10 days
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Salt Extraction Sites Turn Landscapes into Vivid Tapestries in Tom Hegen’s Aerial Photos
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savorytoothgirl · 2 months
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Salted Honey Butter Jalapeño Cheddar Rolls
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chilirasbora · 19 days
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Green-leaf worm | Eulalia viridis
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lionfloss · 6 months
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Dead Tree in Sea of Life  by Amiram Dora, 2017
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mjwills · 7 months
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Hi, it's my birthday, you should click this link and make sure you're enjoying all the content you are interested in enjoying: @swordscomic | Linktree
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whetstonefires · 9 months
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Okay so apparently in the 19th century, when Cheshire was legitimately collapsing in on itself in some bizarre slow-motion apocalypse of industrially produced sinkholes, because rapid brine extraction by the saltmakers was causing the salt pillars holding the ground up to dissolve,
the British Empire still wound up suppressing production of the extremely renewable floodplain salt traditionally manufactured on the east coast of India, because even once they'd taken control of the local salt industry and set the prices to be the same, the revenues from shipping English salt halfway around the world to sell it to the colonized Bengalis worked out more profitable. Because it was harder to sneak salt out of boats than warehouses.
The conclusion that it is extremely logical to physically destroy a chunk of your homeland to ship it overseas so the locals can't steal back their locally produced sustainable food rocks is so fucking deranged, and yet so normal.
Later they got mad the local salt was outselling the products of British corporations which had lobbying power and banned it, causing a famine.
Thank you for this legacy, British Empire. How do you make ludicrous space opera villains look sane.
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magnetothemagnificent · 3 months
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are kosher dill pickles actually kosher or is it just a misnomer like how strawberries aren't berries? 🤔
If they're called kosher they legally have to be kosher.
That's why Jewish-style delis are called "Jewish-style" and not "Kosher" if they're not actually kosher. And spoiler alert, if a deli is called "Jewish-style", it's not actually kosher.
Kosher is a descriptor of the kind of food, like "halal" or "vegan" or "gluten-free".
However, the reason Kosher Dills are called "Kosher Dills" is not because they're kosher, nowadays most popular pickle brands of any kind are certified kosher, at least in the US. They're called "Kosher Dills" because the specific type of dill pickle was introduced by Jewish immigrants and first sold by Jewish pickle-vendors.
It's kind of like how Kosher Salt isn't called "Kosher Salt" because it's kosher. Halakhically, most salt is kosher and doesn't even need a kosher certification if there's no additives. Kosher Salt is called "Kosher Salt" because it's the kind of coarse, large grained salt that is used by kosher slaughterhouses and butchers to salt and drain meat of blood. (Kosher meat must be drained of blood, using a process of salting and soaking, because consumption of blood is forbidden.)
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notpikaman · 9 hours
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neotrances · 4 months
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what the hell
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sincerelytennessee · 3 months
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riacte · 9 months
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mcc: the teams have a scheduled release date. everybody is hyped. we refresh our feeds every 15 minutes for one beautiful, concise announcement photo. honestly the experience is unparalleled. we lovingly obsess over the teams for two whole weeks
twitch rivals: teams?? what teams?? you don’t even KNOW who’s playing until ten minutes after the event starts. you barely know what they’re playing. once in a blue moon one (1) photo of one (1) team mysteriously surfaces on their twitter. it vanishes as quickly as they appear. maybe the real twitch rival minigames are figuring out what the teams are
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