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  1. Kitchen Basics
    I love to eat deep fried fish but the problem is all the leftover oil. I know you can strain it and use it again, but I don't use it often enough and I don't know, it seems like it would spoil? I'm thinking maybe I wouldn't re-use it for 2-3 months. My question is: What do you do with all your...
  2. Sandwiches
    vegan roasted veg sandwich Recipe Descriptionvegan roasted veg sandwich Preparation Steps:slice thin veg of choice get olive oil line cookie sheet with aluminum foil for easy cleanup Level of Difficulty:Easy Time Needed:1 hour Ingredients:zucchini carrots...
  3. Frugal Europeans
    We're always told to eat seasonal veg (being cheapest) but I'm horrified at the cost of veg this winter. Currently Tesco have cauliflower at £1.18 each, which I'm refusing to buy. Lidl always have some veg on offer, this week its celeriac, brussel sprouts, grapes and possibly something else...
  4. OAMC, Homecanning, Freezing, and Preserving
    I dont freeze my own vegetables, but I really should because buying them fresh or frozen for my large family costs me a lot. Do I just boil for a couple of minutes and then bag them up and freeze? How long are they ok in the freezer for? Thanks in advance!
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  6. Kitchen Basics
    I have a free subscription to Vegetarian Times. The April issue arrived the other day and they have some lasagna recipes in there that look YUMMY. I found one that I want to try ASAP. It is: Asparaugs-Pesto Lasagna 1/3 C flour 3 1/2 C low fat milk, divided 6TBS pesto, or more to taste 2 TBS...
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  8. Health and beauty
    A friend of mine does this: Buy 5 of those beaded bracelets with the teeny tiny beads in a neutral color that goes with anything you wear. Every morning, put them on your left wrist. Through the day, as you eat a serving of fruit or veggies, move one bracelet over to the other wrist. It...
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