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Reduce, reuse, recycle: These expert tips will help you find new ways to cut waste in the kitchen.
Milk that’s getting long in the tooth, even soured can be used in French toast and baking.
??? When you curdle today’s milk it has so many chemicals, it tastes like lead!!!
Cost saving & preserving environment by reduce / reuse / recycle. Cheers.
Do you can send me Reader`s Digest in Spanish?……..please. Thanks very much!
I thought there would be more on how to live without plastic, tupperware, and paper towels. This stuff is all compost fodder, which is really just one tip: “get a compost bin”
Snow, I have found a few ways to get around using plastic and paper….I cut old t-shirts, worn out socks, old towels(towels that have gotten thin), these you can use to clean, dust etc and depending on the use & your preference, either wash and reuse them or throw them away. Glass jars with lids make great storage containers. You can sterilize your kitchen sponges by microwaving them for about 1 minute. People have grown apathetic and don’t realize the waste involved in our society. I was raised to ‘use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without’ a great saying during the ‘Great Depression’. Also old cotton sheets or pillow slips work great for cleaning, especially on windows, mirrors and polishing faucets, even T towels, and I have actually bought birdseye clothe diapers to use for T towels. I hope some of this is helpful to you.
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