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5 Innovative Ways To Make School Meal Planning Easier As We Adjust To The Covid-19 Protocols

Whilst we are used to having to adjust back to the school routine after the carefree days of summer – this year the adjustment will feel even starker for many of us and our families as we are still impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. For many children, the school they are returning to will be […]
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Get in Control With a Simple Way of Making your Complete Fridge and Pantry Inventory

What’s in your pantry? Rice, beans, canned goods, muesli, a jar of mixed nuts, a pasta sauce for sure. But not sure if it’s tomato and chili or bolognese and definitely not sure if it has been there since last year or since 2015. Even if you haven’t stocked for a long period, there is […]
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Let’s Turn Food Waste Reduction into a National Cause Starting this July 4th

4th July is knocking on the door. Time for national festivities. Think festivities, think food. And festivity food never fails to turn into excess food waste. Independence day celebrations may look a little different this year, with social distancing and smaller gatherings, but we are all bound to still...
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From Christmore to Christless – How to Avoid Food Coma and Other Useful Tricks

So it’s here. Those few days we’ve been waiting for all year or at least since the first week after summer vacation. Christmas has arrived and NY eve is coming, but in just a few hours after the holidays have officially started, it turns into Christmore. We are having too much of it and immediately...
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Buy Less, Prepare Less and Share More For a More Mindful Christmas. Religion, Symbolisym and Culture.

Prepare Less to Eat More. It is this time of the year when we are actively thinking about Christmas preparation. A major part of it is focused on food provision. We take the tradition of laying our tables with plenitude and abundance for granted. Yet we hardly ever stop to think why we feel compelled...
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