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Sun Dec 27, 2020, 01:12 PM

2. You don't always react as you expect. I don't love to cook

enough for it to be a hobby, but I do love to eat and so I typically cook from scratch and enjoy trying new recipes. My reaction to Covid was of course to get caught up in the sourdough bread craze -- not. I actually started buying prepared foods that could just be nuked and became less adventurous, fewer new recipes, more old comfort food ones.

Reminds me of when 1960s cool-mod me moved from Nevada to West Hollywood at 19 and the huge change caused me to take a totally WTF liking to the clunky midcentury-colonial furniture my new MIL gave us. That stuff was less cool than an old poodle skirt, and if she'd had an old one of those to offload on me maybe I'd have taken a fancy to it also.

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