This comment has been minimized. Sign in to view. I believe there are 2 possible reasons I haven't been able to get the actual payload's code.
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I might not be using the correct passphrase. Even though the description for ps-tree is the only passphrase that actually successfully decrypts the encrypted payload, it may still not be the correct passphrase. I'm using an invalid charset with the payload? Please contact npm support and they will take care of the situation. XhmikosR mentioned this issue Nov 22, Remove event-stream dependency To know if your project is in danger, run: npm ls event-stream flatmap-stream The bad actor has publishing rights to event-stream and flatmap-stream contains the malicious code specifically flatmap-stream 0.
This was referenced Nov 26, The ps-tree package may be unsafe now. Better find an alternative. ChrisBAshton mentioned this issue Nov 26, Vulnerability in event-stream dependency Bump nodemon version to avoid security issue MonsieurDart mentioned this issue Feb 20, Dependency of event-stream 3. Weird "dependencie" backdoor warning flatmap-stream Extension is containing virus!
Support Heroku Review Apps This was referenced Mar 27, Security issues raised by building packages from non-centralized sources Add formatting support for fsi file Bump hibp from 7. MichaelDrogalis mentioned this issue Apr 25, Project maintanence going forward RWOverdijk mentioned this issue May 1, Replace usage of event-stream I am worried about safety. Vegetarian Cooking.
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I wasn't really pleased with those so I was concerned this would be another one where I use only a few recipes from the entire book. I am so glad I got this one. It has recipes with ingredients that I normally have on hand. I can tell I will be making the majority of the recipes in this book.
I've already made 6 this weekend. I really, REALLY want to be able to give this cookbook 5 stars because I and my family have enjoyed so many of the recipes, but the editing of this book was so poorly executed that I just can't. There were many recipes that made no sense as written and I quickly found that I have to carefully read the whole recipe before attempting to make it. I am an experienced cook, so I've had no problem using this as a guideline and improvising where needed, but for the average person following along, you would most likely end up in tears.
Something that happens all to frequently as it is for those of us following the Autoimmune Protocol. For this reason, the price of the book is too high.
This should have been offered as a much cheaper e-book as currently written. However, if this cookbook was properly edited and re-released, I wouldn't mind paying for it and would definitely recommend it to others. Edit: After making the strawberry cake recipe I had to come back and add a star. The batter was tricky to work with, but with some patience, it turned out amazing.
I served it to several other non-aip followers and everyone was a fan! I can't wait to make it again! The "ketchup" recipe alone is enough to keep the book - I couldn't believe a recipe so basic would produce something that actually TASTES like ketchup.
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I WANT to love this book. I do love the gal who put it together, and usually enjoy the recipes she blogs. I am a long-time AIP follower, I know my way around the kitchen at this point. Whatever "it" is, it has left me wondering if I should return this book and get my money back, or put it on the shelf and see how it goes. Not trying to be harsh, just honest. BUT although the recipes are pretty basic, they are practical and fast, and that is a good thing.
Have to try the Lasagne! Favorite recipe is the lasagne! I don't like "real" lasagne, but Breanna's version is amazing. I honestly ate it a week straight since I've so missed having genuinely tasty recipes in my life since going mostly AIP. Her enchilada recipe is also quite tasty and worth making again and again. Haven't tried everything yet, but she has a refreshing amount of new recipes for those trying to go Paleo or AIP and haven't come across many great recipes yet.
But this should inspire—and greatly inform—much more work on the topic. Wave IV of the survey, conducted in when the respondents were years old, asked them if they and their partners had been faithful in their current or most recent relationships. Frisco, et al. From there, the authors build statistical models that take into account a wide variety of factors, including whether the relationship was a cohabitation or a marriage; demographics like age and race; and a slew of other variables like alcohol and drug use, whether the individual lived with both parents in adolescence, and sex partners in adolescence and early adulthood.
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Quite consistently—across both genders, and across both marriages and cohabiting relationships—they find that what really hurts is when a partner cheats, which more than doubles the risk of a breakup in the most comprehensive model. However, cheating oneself is not associated with union dissolution, and neither is mutual cheating; those findings are always statistically insignificant, usually tiny, and sometimes even negative.
It will take more than one study, even a good one, to dislodge this belief. Consider two numbers from the chart above setting aside the mutual-cheating scenario : 13 percent of men report cheating in their relationship, while 8 percent of women report that their partner cheated. As the authors note, the obvious explanation for the gap is that many men successfully conceal their infidelity. Eight is roughly 60 percent of 13—suggesting that, in most relationships where the man cheats, the woman finds out about it.
How, then, can they have such different breakup hazards, with cheated-on women at more than double the risk relative to relationships with no cheating but cheating men unaffected? A similar point applies if you reverse the genders. She responded:. We suspect—but have no way of testing given data limitations—that those reporting EDS have been able to conceal it, and thus, since it is not known, the respondents reporting EDS have no reason to leave, nor do their partners. Conversely, we suspect that those reporting partner EDS did discover it, and this increased their odds of leaving.
I think that future research with couple-level data could test our explanation and I'd be quite interested in the results.