My trick is to hold the nozzle under the running tap as you fill the sink to wash the dishes. This has the twin benefits if removing the crud, whilst stopping it from being wasted because it contributes to the detergent being used for your washing-up.
There is a bit of an art to it though, you obviously want to avoid excess water getting INTO the bottle, so ...
I purchased washing up liquid in a pump bottle from some fancy manufacturer once, and I've retained the bottle which I now fill up with the regular soap.
I imagine any pump bottle will suffice; in these days of COVID you can probably find any amount of hand wash pump bottles you can refill and a couple of pumps will eject enough soap, plus help use a ...
I haven't found a way to avoid it, but this is the easiest way to deal with it:
When the buildup becomes problematic (clogging the nozzle), unscrew the top and drop it in a mug filled with warm water. Leave for a few hours.
The soap mostly dissolves, any remaining crud is easily scrubbed off.
This happens 1-2 times over the life of a bottle.
At this moment, the cat out-smarts you. It is the time for you to take revenge :)
so she's forced to meow or learn a cat chime
That is your solution. Stop reacting in any way when the cat uses the abhorred trigger. Do not even raise your eyes. If your eyes are closed, do not open them. You become deaf to the wrong signals of the cat.
Install alternatives. ...
I make my own burritos with home-made tortillas, and reheat them from room temperature, from the fridge, and from frozen. There are two keys:
wrap the burrito in a paper towel. This absorbs any stray moisture instead of your tortilla doing that
use less than 100% power. This gives the heat a chance to even out throughout the burrito.
I will occasionally ...