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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 marmalade for sure. But not sure if it’s strawberry or blueberry and definitely not sure if it has been there since last spring or since 2017. Even if you haven’t stocked for a long period, there is a good chance...
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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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Chef Shane Jordan Believes Recipes Should Evolve to Provide Advice on Reducing Food Waste

Shane Jordan is a vegetarian chef and education practitioner from Bristol, UK. Apart from his interest in recycling and environmental issues, Shane specializes in creating imaginative meals from surplus food. He also uses his culinary skills to cook meals for homeless shelters and raise money for charitable...
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A Must-Have App For Roommates That Elimates Tension Around Managing the Household

Everyone, who’s ever lived with roommates (housemates, flatmates) knows that having good relationships comes down to balancing sharing, collaboration, respect for privacy and personal boundaries and clear communication. It’s a delicate equilibrium to maintain. So, we constantly find ourselves bickering...
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Time for Back to School. Here’s An App that Facilitates Family Food Planning During the Year

It’s back to school time of the year. The carefree days of summer are almost over, we know what is in stake for us: the inevitable hassle, stress and organization that goes hand in hand with the start of the new school year. Yet most importantly, the family has to undergo the unpleasant transition...
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Let’s Turn this Assumption of Mary into A Celebration of Food Abundance, Not Food Waste

Assumption of Mary is one of the biggest celebrations for the Catholic and Orthodox Christians all over the World.  And it is just around the corner. In the Eastern Orthodox Tradition, the Day goes by the name Dormition or Sleeping of our Lady, and it is a Nameday celebration for all the women who...
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