Let's begin at the very beginning. What exactly is an externality? An external effect occurs when a third party is unintentionally affected in either a positive or negative manner. A network externality is the effect one person places on the VALUE of an item to another person. The most classic example of a network effect is the telephone. Network effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spice of the day - Chilli Peppers. One of my very favorite spices or is it fruit :) Its the love hate relationship, Its the pain killer, Its the adrenaline rush :). This week I am going to try and pin different types of peppers. To begin with here is the pin on Scoville scale. Hint: Have you ever tried little bit of pepper in your chocolate...hmmm....yum...I am drooling :)
This book review the impact of food structure on moisture transfer. A multi-scale analysis of food structure will include a look at molecular structure (e.g., free volume, crystallinity), nanostructure, microstructure (e.g., porous food), and macrostructure (e.g., bilayer structure). For each structural analysis, a focus on the mathematical modelling of the relationship between structural properties and moisture transfer properties will be performed.
In this post, the author tells us to let go of gluten in order to feel good fast. According to the author, along with sugar and processed foods there is no greater drain on one’s energy than gluten. While some people are sensitive to it and others have no problem at all, the best way to figure out where one falls on the scale is to remove gluten entirely from the diet – a process which the author calls “restorative eating” ; it takes away the foods that may be irritating and exhausting our…