My First Ear Buds : Realme Techlife Buds T100

So I have never had a wireless earphones before. Or ear buds as they are actually called. I have been thinking about getting one for a long time but I just never got one. Having bought a new phone 3 weeks ago, I thought maybe it’s finally time. So after checking for a few days, and finding one that isn’t expensive, and from a trusted brand.

Realme is a reliable brand so when I found this one, I decided to buy it on Sunday night and it was delivered an hour ago. It’s very clear and fits perfectly well and I am rocking out to some Joe Satriani tunes as I type this.

Here are some of the features:

  • With Mic: Yes
  • Bluetooth version: 5.3
  • Wireless range: 10 m
  • Battery life: 28 hrs | Charging time: 1.30 hrs
  • 10mm Dynamic Bass Driver for Real HD Sound & AI ENC for Calls
  • Up to 28hrs Total Playback with Fast charging – 10min charge for up to 120min playback
  • Gaming Mode with 88ms Super Low Latency & Google Fast Pair Instant Connection

What The Heck Is This Ranch Dressing I Hear A Lot About?

So for the longest time I have heard of ranch dressing as something you have in your salad or as a dip. Ranch has been the best-selling salad dressing in the United States since 1992, when it overtook Italian. It is also popular in the United States and Canada as a dip, and as a flavoring for potato chips and other foods. In 2017, 40% of Americans named ranch as their favorite dressing, according to a study by the Association for Dressings and Sauces. But what is it and why is it called ranch?

Is it because it’s made of stuff that you usually find in a ranch out in the country? Or maybe it’s was initially made only in ranch houses? Or it is made out of things that make up a ranch? No clue as it what it is. Turns out that it is none of those. Ranch dressing¬†is an¬†American¬†salad dressing usually made¬† from¬† buttermilk,¬† salt,¬†garlic,¬†onion,¬†mustard,¬†herbs¬†(commonly¬†chives,¬†parsley¬†and¬†dill), and spices (commonly¬† pepper,¬† paprika¬†and ground¬†mustard seed) mixed into a sauce based on¬†mayonnaise or another oil¬† emulsion.¬† Sour cream¬†and¬†yogurt are sometimes used in addition to, or as a substitute for, buttermilk and mayonnaise. So why “ranch”?

While working as a contract plumber in Alaska, Steve Henson started cooking for his coworkers and perfecting his buttermilk dressing recipe. Five years later he moved to California with his wife Gayle and bought a ranch. His famous buttermilk dressing soon became a staple at the dinner table of Hidden Valley Ranch and before long the Hensons started selling it to guests and local supermarkets. Over two decades later in 1972, the couple sold their name and recipe to Clorox for $8 million. Ok, now that makes sense!

Since its creation, Hidden Valley Ranch has developed over 70 different varieties of ranch dressing. The most popular flavor remains The Original Ranch, followed by Avocado Ranch, Cucumber Ranch, and Bacon Ranch. Crazier flavors over the years include Pizza and Taco Flavored Ranch. And that’s just Hidden Valley. Vegan Ranch is definitely also a thing.