Breakfast On My Mind
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Herb Peterson, a McDonald's franchisee in Southern California, created the breakfast sandwich in the early 1970s. It helped change the way Americans eat breakfast, and opened the door to a whole new market for the fast food industry.
The Egg McMuffin became the anchor of McDonald's new breakfast menu. And when it was rolled out nationally in 1976, restaurants were able to ring up sales for several additional hours every day. Today, breakfast accounts for about a third of McDonald's total sales, Goldin says. And while fast food competitors have added their own breakfast offerings, but they've never really caught up with McDonald's.
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In case you think that my family's food life is smooth sailing all the way since I cook, bake and write about it for a living, it's as normal and usual a food life as you can imagine. All 3 of my kids love things like gluten free oatmeal squares and gluten free granola bars, but just one square or bar isn't necessarily enough to satisfy them (and for most days I'd prefer something lower in sugar than at least the oatmeal squares). One of my 3 kids will eat pretty much any breakfast food (and loves quinoa any way shape or form I make it), but the other 2 have all kinds of opinions (about quinoa, especially). And they're not afraid to express them. Whatever happened to children being seen and not heard
But this is the gluten free breakfast quinoa that will have them all singing breakfast kumbaya. The secret to making it just right, in case you're wondering, is to use a bit more than twice as much milk as quinoa. So here it's 1 cup quinoa to 2 1/2 cups milk. Then make it in a too-large saucepan, start out with the pot covered and then finish it uncovered, cooking it just until it thickens enough to sputter and spurt. This way, you get no messy stove, and porridge-like quinoa that is has a consistency similar to oatmeal.
A couple tablespoons of pure maple syrup is all it takes to sweeten the quinoa enough to remove any bitterness. I really like using an unsweetened nondairy milk so I can control the amount of sugar. Now you don't have to garnish it with summer berries and toasted coconut chips. But you really should at least consider it, since it's a really nice breakfast. The lightly sweet quinoa is tasty enough on its own to be a satisfying breakfast alternative to gluten free oatmeal. But I say it's summertime. Let's live a little.
While in grumbling mode: what\\u2019s with the proliferation of the phrase \\u2018lived experience\\u2019 It seems like a dog whistle for something: mostly \\u2018mine trumps yours\\u2019. Or \\u2018never mind all that counting stuff\\u2019. I drifted into a free exhibition on Understanding Cancer, at the glorious huge new Francis Crick Building in London. Some dearly beloveds have cancer, so I thought I\\u2019d supplement the bit of reading I\\u2019ve done with a visit. It was a great disappointment. Several videos all played at the same time, which was a lot like an exercise designed to help people understand the experience of having schizophrenia \\u2013 plural voices make it hard to concentrate on any single thing. Video must be about the slowest way to get information out of one head into another.
Let us think about non-human animals, then, because a colleague and I are on opposite sides of this general versus not general argument and we have a fried breakfast with all the extras riding on the outcome. I only hope we both still have teeth by the time we learn who\\u2019s right. Although I suppose you could gum your way through a fried egg and toast. But first let\\u2019s re-cap on g.
Life is an IQ test. Everything we do that involves thinking is saturated to a greater or lesser extent with intelligence. Imagination is saturated with it, although we are a long way from being able to measure imagination, perhaps mercifully. Take an average day: get out of bed, find bathroom, clean teeth, find kitchen, make breakfast, leave house, remember clothes, return, put them on, go to stable, ride to work, dismount, clean manure off boots, feed horse, practice juggling. You know, you live this. But think about it. Every step of every day involves your brain. Daily life is a series of activities, some are taxing, others \\u2018automatic\\u2019, but it\\u2019s all output from your brain. What g is, formally, is a quantified expression of the fact that brain-juice soaks life.
The g factor is not general intelligence, it is the common variance in mental abilities within a species; this may be somewhat general as in Pica pica, Vulpes vulpes or Gorilla gorilla, or somewhat specific as in Sula sula. Humans far exceed other species in wit if not always in wisdom. But even our flexible intelligence is only somewhat general. Our cognitive abilities evolved to solve human-relevant problems. These occur in one, two or three dimensions. That\\u2019s why we need mathematics to work through higher-dimensional problems. Some people can make the imaginative leap to four dimensions, but nobody can imagine in twenty. We generalize within our local planetary setting. Our minds are not infinitely plastic.
My full-english breakfast assertion is that the dimension capturing differences in cognitive flexibility between species \\u2013 the dimension referred to by journalists who have often asked me whether cats are smarter \\u2013 is distinct from the g factor which I believe is an individual level, within-species parameter.
In summary, with black pudding eggs bacon fried bread hanging on it. Is g general or is it simply common variance with a species (or even within a population of the same species) It\\u2019s breakfast epiphanies folks. Waffles and berry Capote one might say. Votes on a postcard please. 59ce067264