Unlike some trickier fruits, berries are relatively easy to judge for ripeness. Their color is a good indicator, but, as the Kitchn points out, there are some subtle signs that berries are about to spoil. Oddly enough, the container can be an indicator of a berry gone bad. They explain:
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So, you finally picked up a Raspberry Pi and it’s sitting on your desk, waiting for you to do something awesome with it. Good news, setting it up is stupid-easy these days, and in less than 30 minutes, you’ll be hacking away on your tiny little $35 computer.
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Your head position and where you look during a squat have very subtle benefits. You’ll be able to keep your balance throughout the exercise better, concentrate on your lift better, and be more consistent with performing the exercise the same way every time.
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We all know that the generic, store brand of most goods are cheaper. Most of them are usually just as good if not identical to the name brand. We want to know how much you save by going with the off brand.
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On Last Week Tonight, John Oliver bought $15 million in outstanding medical debt just to prove how easy it is to start a debt buying company. It was debt that regular people owed, presumably from surgeries, hospital stays, medical procedures and so on.
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Since 2001, MailChimp has been helping people of all experience levels—from email marketing rookies to seasoned veterans—create, send, and track email newsletters.
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Haggling isn’t just about being a smooth negotiator, it’s about not shooting yourself in the foot. Avoiding hard numbers gives a sales associate more wiggle room and increases your chances of getting a deal. Being too blunt with a salesperson will kill the conversation fast.
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It’s hard to deny that Apple is pretty great at presentation. Former Apple speechwriter Jayne Benjulian explains one key that helps the company perfect their speeches: choosing your audience.
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