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What makes a fungal cream?
When you think of fungal cream, probably picture a rich, creamy cream with many different ingredients. This isn't the case! Many fungal cream recipes are very rich and thick, which makes for a thick texture (although some products are a bit lighter in texture than others). However, sometimes you want something lighter and can't live without some texture.
If you're making cheese for the first time, or you're serving cheese as an ingredient and don't want to add a ton of excess fat to the recipe, or you just want to cut down on the fat, or you're vegan and want a creamier, more foolproof cheese sauce, our dairy-free fungal cream is the perfect choice. It has no fat, or very small amounts of fat, and has the texture of a thick and creamy sauce with minimal fat. And it doesn't taste as bad regular dairy cream, because there's no milk in our fungal cream.
Here's what we use
Our fungal cream comes in two different types. One is cream cheese-style fungal and the other is pureed fungal fungal. You can purchase our fungal cream in both varieties and mix it up easily! I recently released a new version of my program, GQE. It supports different types of data, and it has a lot of new features. There are some things you need to be aware of, though (for now).
If you're just setting up your machine, don't worry. The first time I tested GQE, had more problems installing it than I had time to learn. There are instructions for installing GQE 2.0 as well 1.0.
The first one can be installed as follows:
$ wget https://github.com/gqe/gqe/releases/download/2.0/gqe_1.0.0-1-linux-x86_64.tar.gz tar xvfz gqe_1.0.0-1-linux-x86_64.tar.gz
If your distro does not have a package manager, you can use unrar to extract it directly:
$ cd ~/.gqe/gqe_1.0.0-1-linux-x86_64/ unrar GQE_1.0.0_linux_x86_64.arj2
This will make the tar archive available in your home directory. You can now move it somewhere convenient:
$ mv gqe_1.0.0_linux_x86_64.arj2 gqe_2.0/
If you already have a working Go installation, then you can skip this step. If not, you'll want to download the required Go package from http://golang.org/doc/install/ to the same directory. Install with go get in that directory, and then, while in that directory, install or update the packages with go.
Since I'll be using Go 1.5 for a while, these instructions aren't necessary for the second version of GQE.
If you already have an existing Go installation, just run
$ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/gqe/gqe go get github.com/gqe/gqe $ cd../gqe find.
-name "*.pro" -exec touch./$fmt./.$fmt
and, within that directory, remove the ".pro" files and build it again. (For the purposes of tutorial, however, you don't need the.pro files.)
Now you should be able to run the demo script in examples/demo.go. This will generate your first GQE data set. (You'd probably have to install gqe_protobuf_bench if you want to run these numbers on more than one machine.)
I'd love to have an easy way run multiple data sets from a single source, but there's no way to do that right now. When there are more options, I'll update GQE 1.0.0. But until then, the demo script will do trick.
I'm going to be adding a lot more examples to GQE in the next few weeks. For now, take some time to experiment. This blog post and the example scripts will get you going. If need to support your Go packages, look in tests/gqe/test_support.
For a more in-depth tutorial, check out Examples for more and details!
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