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What insect survives by eating nothing?
Moths. They only eat holes.
Wool IS animal hair. (Scratchy, too.)
They eat animal hair too, Randall. I found moth larvae chomping away some beautiful whiskers the cats shed. As if they were eating breadsticks!
Speaking of "bugs", I was wondering where moths in the house were coming from. I checked all my pantry items with no luck. Finally, I found the source--a box of dog biscuits. Gross.
My soup de jour yesterday was chili, southwestern style. Spicy with corn. Mmmmm.
I love chicken soup. Especially cream of chicken and broccoli served in one of those hollowed out bread bowels.
To be honest, I'm not that surprised the noodles lasted that long. Kept completely dry and away from light and bugs, no reason not to.
The bag also had quite a few packages of humidity and/or oxygen absorbers.
I made a large pot of chicken soup this morning, and it was delicious.
One of the surprises is that I used a large amount of 16 year-old noodles, and they still taste good.
The reason is probably that until a few weeks ago, they were sealed in a metallized plastic bag that was in a large sealed plastic container, stored in my 60 degree F basement.
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