I left off – I thought up the machine that allows Steven Hawking to talk with his eyes.
I also invented stints, the ones that go into the arteries to the heart. The reason they needed something was because, get this, when people have microwaves, installed at eye level especially, and they stand in front of them watching them work, their arteries get partially baked as well. Those things give off lots of radiation, much more than is actually necessary, to cause harm to the body that medicine will have to work on. I said rather than putting in stints, which are basically tiny plastic Chinese finger puzzles, just do some chores while the microwave is cooking. “Tell people to move away from the microwave.”
“Oh no,” they said, “That’s heart surgery. Do you know how much we can make on heart surgery?”
Like, what I do is, I cook water for coffee or already prepared coffee, in the microwave for 2 minutes or 1 minute and 44 seconds. In that 2 minutes or 1 minute and 44 seconds I can use the bathroom and wash my hands. There are a myriad of things you can accomplish, and it will keep you away from the microwave. You can get quite a few dishes done in that amount of time.
Another thing about microwave cooking, you may be cooking some of the nutrients out of your food so only use the microwave if you have to. Only cook your food hot enough to eat. If you have to let it cool or blow on it to eat it – you’ve nuked it too long. Cook it for half the time you usually do then stir it and nuke it just enough to make it hot enough for you to eat right away.
Also, Microwaves make the surface of a liquid very hot so always break up the surface tension of the water by blowing on the surface to make waves, stick your finger in it or stir it, before putting it to your mouth. Also, I make a well in the center of solid foods like mashed potatoes so they cook quicker and easier. Also, I take any food I know I’m going to be nuking, out of the refrigerator or freezer so it’s room temperature before I cook it. The goal is to nuke it for as little a time as possible.
As for prepared foods, cook them for a third of the time on the box, or less, because the cooking time is calculated for frozen. All prepared foods have chemicals, even the frozen ones which don’t need chemicals since freezing is, in itself, a method of preserving. They also contain dangerously high levels of sodium and sugar to disguise the chemical taste. The combination of chemicals and sodium and sugar cause all kinds of health problems.
You may be thinking, “What does she know?” A lot, I assure you. You think that because we have the FDA we are safe. The people in the FDA are well paid by the pharmaceutical companies and the medical establishment.
Here’s one of my cool ideas I’ll share with you. I love this idea. Make enough coffee for two or three days (depending on your consumption) fix it the way you like. I like low fat milk and a little saccharine and sometimes I add dried vanilla, cardamom, or pumpkin pie spices. I put that concoction in 2 quart jars in the fridge. When I wake up I shake the jar and pour a cup and nuke it for a little under 2 minutes and when I come back from the bathroom my coffee is ready. It’s easier, faster, better and infinitely cheaper than going out for coffee. (Star Bucks adds chemicals to its heart-making cream for coffee.)
A tip for saccharine, dissolve it in cold liquids or milk and you can use less.