The other day, I thought to myself: why don’t I try baking something sweet with nutritional yeast? So I started looking for recipes that I thought could use a bit more umami cheesy flavor in them, and thinking about sweet baked goods which would do well with cheese added.
Then I realized, this is exactly the thought process that I use to figure out how to solve difficult Foundations of Math (the first math class here that requires proving things) problems. And this is exactly how I work out complicated algorithms to solve CompSci homework problems, too. I ended up deciding to make jam bars with nutritional yeast, feeling perhaps a little too cocky after reading a recipe for cheddar cheese jam bars (basically it was a pie-esque crust, with jam smeared on top, then baked). Continue reading
I know it’s been quite a few months without any activity here, I’m back at school so fitting in time for cooking and strong opinions is harder. Even this post is a month old. I wrote it in early October and was unsure of whether or not to post it for fear of making people angry. Now, I think I can trust anyone who reads this to accept this as my opinion and disagree as they see fit.
This past week I attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in Baltimore and had an amazing time. I met other Computer Science majors from all over the country. I learned about how to start developing for open source platforms (which will be an entry in itself one day). I got more free stuff than my room can handle. What’s more, I gave my resume to representatives from some amazing companies that I would love to work for one day as I don’t think they have many plans to become an evil empire (Oh hey potential employers. What? No. I completely forgot I had a link to this blog in my resume). Hire me! *ahem* Where was I? Oh yes. GHC. Continue reading