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Cover the mug with a small plate and microwave on high for about a minute and a half, depending on the strength of your microwave and how runny you like your eggs. When I first opened my microwave and saw the set whites and runny yolk, my jaw dropped. This preparation is basically the same as poached, but without the water. Crack an egg inside the mug. I then added shredded cheese to the egg, but you could add in whatever you want to essentially make a mini omelet: tomatoes, spinach, mushrooms, etc.
Microwave on high for 45 seconds in 15 second increments. Use a large spoon to remove the egg.
Spray a plate with non-stick cooking spray or, alternatively, heat the empty plate in the microwave for two minutes and then swirl some butter on it. Crack your egg onto the plate. Microwave on high for about 45 seconds. Even though I had eaten many successfully cooked eggs by this point, I was still dubious that eggs could scramble in the microwave.
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Chefs spend years developing their sworn-by methods for cooking the perfect scrambled eggs. Was the real secret a microwave and a lack of ambition? Crack two eggs in a bowl and beat with a fork. Add a couple splashes of milk, along with salt and pepper. I added cheese, too, because I add cheese to almost everything. Some of those gadgets are nice-to-look-at pinterest boards of other people's notes, using ridiculously cute stationary, or watching Gilmore Girls. While Rory Gilmore sure isn't a good person, her determination to study all the time sort of puts me in the mood to do it as well.
Who says girls can't be brainy, huh? I have two notebooks. A small one from the 99ct store to hastily write down everything important during class, and a big, more sturdy one for assignments and tidy notes I use to study. Those notes have to be super organized, color coded for easily confused people like me, and contain everything you need to know about a topic. Additionally, I like to use color coded flashcards for foreign language classes.
I invested in those expensive mildliners for my notes because regular neon highlighters give me a headache yes, I am THAT binch , and erasable pastel highlighters for my rented textbooks because three bucks for highlighters are less than what I'd have to pay for a ruined textbook, y'know. Some people bloom when studying in coffee shops, others prefer libraries. I am the human version of a hermit crab, so I like to stay at home, alone, where nobody can bother me.
Except for my dog.
Who can feel free to bother me anytime. I like the room to be well lit. I like to sit on the floor in front of my coffee table, light some scented candles and put on some background noise. I figured out that I can concentrate the best when listening to music without vocals, since else my brain tends to focus more on what's sung rather than studying, and that's sort of counterproductive. There are actual studies on how music affects your brain and your productivity, but to make you take a shortcut: video game soundtracks apparently are the best to listen to while studying.
There are a lot of neat playlists available on spotify, soundcloud and youtube, so just go check them out and see if they work for you. You know that "I can be your angle or yuor devil" meme? That's basically what my phone feels like. I get ready to study. I open up Twitter, and suddenly it's 10pm.
There's this neat little app called "forest" that I recently downloaded notsponsored to put a chain on my social media addiction. The app lets you plant a little tree, and you set a timer for it to grow. The catch is that you're not allowed to close the app, or the sapling will die. The graphics are cute, and I love to get rewarded for not being a useless person. Make sure you stay clear of any other distractions as well. Rohan V 3 months ago. Great post. This is really a great information.
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