Nana’s Cookies Are A Vegan Lab Rat’s Best Friend

Science, a word that includes infinite possibilities and imagination…  Also requires tons of time of working till midnight doing almost monotonous work, which don’t usually yield results one would like.

When such work is required, you would hope to get some machine that does the thing you want to do over and over again, such as an autosampler, so you don’t have to inject the samples yourself, the autosampler will do it for you.  And when there is no autosampler present, you just have to do it yourself.  Every 5-10 minutes.  For however many samples you have.

Life could be interesting if you cut your life into 5-10-minute intervals.  You start to wonder if there is more to the 5-10 minute intervals in life.  I had to do it for the samples, and I wondered about what I can accomplish in the 5-10-minute interval before I had to inject another sample.  I get hungry like a normal human being, and 5-10 minutes are not enough for a quick meal right next to the lab.  So Nana’s cookies come to the rescue!

Ever since I moved to L.A. I have to cook my own food.  Sometimes I ran out of bread for lunch or have not had the time to cook.  Thank goodness for Nana’s cookies!  I have been avoiding palm oil (because I don’t know where it came from and whether it was grown environmentally), and some of Nana’s cookies do not contain palm oil!  They are entirely vegan!  And really good, too!  Even the canola oil is GMO-free!  Not organic though.

I want to add a note about The Heart Thrive apricot cookies.  They are filling, a little dry, but I was surprised that they had the flavor of fruity bubble gum, I liked it since I haven’t had bubble gums for a long, long time, so it is a little nostalgic.

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About leneatiengo

Vegan, without onion, garlic, leek, coriander/cilantro, hing (asafoetida), scallion, green onion, chives
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