Let’s say I have a noisy refrigerator in a room being used as a home theater, and it’s really just for beverages and maybe frozen burritos, is there any major issue for the refrigerator if I were to put it on a timed switch where it can be turned off for a couple of hours during movie time? It seems cheaper than buying a high end friend to keep the Lacroix cold.
The switch would probably be a relay that’s over-rated so I wouldn’t be switching the compressor off in mid-cycle with a regular household light switch. Seems ok?
Voilà, c'est tout et pas très intéressant. Vous pouvez retourner bosser.
EDIT : ma vision du monde est en train de changer du tout au tout tellement je découvre des choses sur le frigo et sur les expressions aux nationalités inversées. C'est beau.
Good. I'd vote for it over Trump or Biden any day.
I went around and round with a customer on how the refrigerator he wanted was backordered until July. After telling me "You guys need to remember where your paycheck comes from" I, very politely, told him "Sir, I'm sorry I can't magically poop out your refrigerator. This isn't me or the company being mean to you, the manufacturer is out of what you want and nobody can change that."
My patience for unreasonable rudeness is quickly waning.
So I think Bethesda should increase the percentage to 100% which means food will never spoil if placed in A refrigerator or an ice box or at least higher than just 50% you might say why do I think that? well.. the thing is I use A perk called (good with salt) which is located in luck and I mainly use it so that raw flux wouldn’t rot as fast and because I use the speed demon mutation which requires more food to be eaten and using good with salt at rank 3 which makes foods and drinks rot 90% Slower In Your backpack While if you place them in A refrigerator they rot 50% slower ?! That just doesn’t make any sense to me And I would love to just cook some food and just be able to put them in refrigerator and just come take the food whenever I am going on a big adventure or quest and I do understand that this will make the game lean more on pay for convenience but I don’t think it’s that big of a stretch and that’s why I would like to see what you Guys and girls think about this ? Am I righ... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have been preserving cucumbers by slicing them and keeping them in a brine of vinegar, salt, sugar and spices in the refrigerator. Can I reuse this brine for a second batch of cucumbers or should I toss it and make a fresh brine for each batch of cucumber? I don’t really want to toss the brine but I don’t know if it accumulates bacteria or mold from the cucumbers.
I was told you should always let it cool to room temp first but no explanation
Background: I’m going to go into this with the assumption that you all know what the old Star Wars Expanded Universe was. The most important thing that you need to know is that in the old Expanded Universe, Han Solo and Leia Organa had three children; Jacen, Jaina and Anakin. This trio were intended to become the new “heroes” of the expanded universe, inheriting the mantle from Luke, Leia and Han. This plan did not work out for a number of reasons.
This particular Hobbydrama story is about a particular, long-lasted and well-liked character from the Expanded Universe and the way that their death was handled. I’ll be looking at not only the reasons why they were killed off, but the way that it was done and the consequences of that death on other characters and the Expanded Universe as a whole. Along the way, I’ll highlight some of the major problems that the Expanded Universe had, ones that had persisted for its entire existence and would do so until its demise.
The key focus of th... keep reading on reddit ➡
They're finally gone. I live right next to the hospital and over the last ~3 months, I would glance over at the trucks and it'd really put things into perspective that the virus was out of control and that those 3 trucks were being filled with bodies so quickly that we couldn't put them anywhere. But now, the trucks are gone and I can only hope that the bodies of those who lost a life have found a proper resting place that loved ones will soon be able to visit. The virus is still present and while things are still a little crazy, at least I know that this is 1 more step in the right direction. Thank you to all the Sinai staff!
I don’t have a fridge and cook on a camp stove so a lot of what I prepare needs to be eaten right then. Mostly my diet consists of oatmeal, tuna/chicken salad sandwhiches, quinoa, and making soup with canned garbanzo beans/vegetables. What are some tips/ideas for eating healthy while spending the least amount possible?
So the drop off stations have a notice that they do accept refrigerators if it does not have coolant or Freon. which my does.
i also cant donate it cause i tore it up getting out of my house. (at this time and day, why are doors not wider so sofas and fridges and stoves can fit thru them?).
anybody have any other suggestions? i know there are paid services but im trying to get this done for free.
As the title says, I'm in search of a new fridge to replace an old Whirlpool that has several broken features that we got free when moving into our new home.
I've looked at LG, Samsung, Whirlpool, GE, etc. and it seems almost every brand has a major problem. Any advice on what to get? Only real need is bottom freezer and 33in width. Nice to haves are french door and in-door dispenser (though I have read these are problems). Budget is $2000ish
A Fridge doesn't fart when you pull the meat out
Thinking of buying the below. I know it's Bestbuy's re-branded stuff made by other manufacturers, just curious as to which. Can't find anything Googling.
I recently saw a concern posted where someone was hearing voices in their air conditioning, and the voices would disappear when he turned it off. He thought perhaps it was his neighbors. But neighbors wouldn't turn their conversations on/off according to OPs a/c use.
Responses seemed to fall into two main categories: "You are having a psychotic break" and "check your carbon monoxide detector". EDIT: Later comments bring up pareidolia.
Yes, both are a remote possibility. But the most likely, and most common, is something we all may have experienced at some point called pareidolia.
The article sums up the difference between pareidolia and psychosis this way:
"If you hear a symphony in Manhattan traffic, thank your auditory pareidolia for relieving your stress. But if you are convinced a toy doll is reciting a religious message, you probably have cause for concern."
There's an amazing Singapore urban farming company called Sustenir that supplies airtight, prewashed 125g bags of kale with the stems on to the Cold Storage grocery across the street from me. I have been eating kale salad every day, having found good sources of olive oil and vinegar plus cherry tomatoes by the kilo at the nearby market. Kale airflown from Australia is less fresh and stiffer by the time it gets to me.
My problem is that the kale gets soggy and wilted inside the bag, even just on the next morning after you buy the kale the previous afternoon. 4-5 days later, there is enough moisture that gathers on the leaves that these are damp when taken out of the bag, and the texture makes it inedible (even though the bag says it is good for about 10 days). I usually put the kale in the bottom compartment of the refrigerator. Should I be doing something else like opening the bags and putting the kale in plastic containers? I can't find the e-mail for the company so haven't been able... keep reading on reddit ➡
Our 4 year old LG refrigerator shat the bed on Thursday and all of our frozen food thawed out. We put everything in coolers for the moment but that obviously isn't ideal. I called LG since it's still covered under warranty but their service centers are closed due to Coronavirus. They refer you to the website to submit a repair request, which I've done three times now, and still haven't heard from them. We've tried local appliance repair places but they are all unwilling or unable to work on it.
I tried checking for obvious problems, clogged vents, thermostat settings, and I even cleaned the condenser coils. Still not cooling.
Does anyone have any insight or suggestions on what to do now? Should we just bite the bullet and buy a new fridge? I'd hate to spend that money when under normal circumstances this could just be a warranty repair.
Edit: Thanks for all the advice guys! We were able to borrow a family member's garage refrigerator and we have an appliance repair guy coming on Mo... keep reading on reddit ➡
I know this seems very suspicious and weird, I DO NOT INTEND on doing something like that. I just saw a meme about someone doing that to their sibling and I wondered if that person could be held liable since they clearly put up a warning sign and also it's their cake. They should be able to do with their property as they please, right?