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Inside this newsletter:
1. What's New and some Food Science!
2. When to see me?
Not to be a downer: but I stumbled across a scientific factor that affects climate change (while I was working on water-activity and dehydration of my foods.) I think this concept is important, so I want to share it with you!
I am intrigued that food dehydrates so well and more rapidly at increasingly higher temperatures. And food not only dries faster, as in the "velocity" of dehydration, but accelerates in an increasing rate of dehydration.
Aside: Without digging into the science of CO2’s greenhouse gas effect, nor the effect of water vapor as a greenhouse gas, I'm just focusing on WATER VAPOR and AIR TEMPERATURE as these gases relate to FLOODS.
What I don’t hear anyone mentioning (or at least emphasizing) is that hotter air holds more way moisture, and air's ability told hold water vapor is not a linear increase with temperature. The water vapor increase is exponential!
And then, when that hotter air cools back down, way more moisture comes out as precipitation.
As you see in the above line, above 75F the line gets very steep!
As you can see from the above chart: on a typical summer day with 83F: the air can hold up to 1.5 lbs of water.
On a 90F day: air can hold 2.1 lbs. Net increase 0.6 lbs more water in the same volume of air.
(per 100 cu ft dry air)
32F Air: Holds just 0.3 lbs water
50F air holds: 0.6 lbs
60F air holds: 0.8 lbs
70F air holds: 1.15 lbs
83F air holds: 1.5 lbs
90F air holds: 2.1 lbs
100F air holds: 2.9 lbs
104F air holds: 3.2 lbs
122F air holds: 5.2 lbs water!
Above 75F, (acceleration of) water capacity in air gets very steep!
And when there's a big temperature drop or swing from hot air to cold air, there can be a lot of precipitation!
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1b. What's new?!?
By request: variety bag! Red apples, green apples, and pears! Three in one!
1. USA Gala, Red Delicious, Granny Smith Apples, with and without Cinnamon-Spice!
2. Yellow nectarines! They're tart and slightly chewy, with notes of apricot and peach!
3. D'Anjou pears! Chewy and naturally sweet! Nature's healthy candy!
4. BLACK GARLIC!
iii. K9 Bros Chicken, Heart, Liver, Sweet Potato and... SALMON TREATS!
Bring your doggie for a free sample!
Salmon Oil omega-3 nutritional supplements for your doggie! Supports healthy coat, skin, brain, and circulatory system. Limited supply!
2. When to see moi next?
Answer: This weekend!
Here's my full winter/indoors schedule:
10am to 2pm
9am to 1pm
|Then in two weeks:
Mar 25 10am-2pm
+ 2 Weeks
April 8th 10am-2pm
|+ 1 Week
April 15: Noon to 5pm
+ 1 Week
April 22nd 10am - 2pm
More info & directions:
If you can’t come to my products, make my products come to you!
(this statement that has not been substantiated by any scientific study... but no sugar added dried apples and pears can't be bad!)
No sugar added! Slow and low temperature dehydrated to preserve vitamins, antioxidants, and flavors!
(compare to other brands apple chips which are high-temperature baked)
1) Red Apples! (with and without cinnamon)
2) Green Apples! (with and without cinnamon)
4) Black Garlic!
K9) Bros! Woof!
Hypothesis: I will see you this Saturday or Sunday! 😃
Saturday: Deep Roots-Glen Cove Indoor Market at St. Paul's: 10am to 2pm
Sunday: Huntington Indoor Winter Market "Cinema Arts" Flanagan Center 9am to 1pm
Null hypothesis: I will not see you this weekend 😭
Conclusion: Not sure! Let's see!
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