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So my brother and I just got into a heated argument over beer.
It had to do with the popular conception that pouring milk into a beer blass has a significant impact on the glass' future potential to hold beer properly. Many people say drinking milk out of a beer glass ruins it.
His argument was that as a nonporous surface, it's trivial past the first washing anyway.
My argument was that it may simply create a film that impacts the taste of beer for a while thereafter, and that since it certainly can't help (and given the fact that there were plenty of other glasses available), he shouldn't have used a beer glass to drink milk.
Is he right, /ck/ or am I? I'm comfortable with being told I'm wrong, if i am.
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i've started premaking meals two days in advace. i make 6 servings of chicken (4oz cooked), broccoli (4oz broached), and rice (1.25cups cooked), and pack them away in the fridge. to give it a little flavor so its barable to eat after a few days, i heat 1/4cup olive oil in a ban and throw 6oz of broccoli in it, then put an oz in each container. how unhealthy would it be to put the rest of the oil in the pan on the rice that i boiled? it smells really good but someone told me heating oil denaturalizes it, or something along those lines, so it has 0 nutritional value. is that true?
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