漬物

Gari is the thin-sliced pickled ginger normally served with sushi. It’s normal when eating sushi, to take a piece of gari between different dishes in order to cleanse the palate, allowing the full flavours of each separate dish to be fully tasted and enjoyed.

The thesis is still going strong. I’m making headway, though there’s much still to do. But I also have a stack of things I’ve been meaning on musing on in this blog for quite some time. For now, each section of each chapter is like an individual sushi plate. Writing blog entries for Supernova Condensate is currently the gari. It’ll stop me from stressing and obsessing too much, and make sure I click my brain out of thesis mode from time to time. Cleanse my brain before continuing to think.

Luminous Red Nova, on the other hand, is more like having a hot cup of oolong tea to sip on…

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Molecular astrophysicist, usually found writing frenziedly, staring at the sky, or drinking mojitos.
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