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The Assumption of Mary is A Celebration of Food Abundance, Not Food Waste

Today is the Assumption of Mary, a big celebration for the Catholic and Orthodox Christians around the World.  In the Eastern Orthodox World, the Day goes by the name Dormition or sleeping of our Lady, and it is a Nameday celebration for all the women who carry the name Mary, Maria or Marie, by far...
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6 Inspiring Habits the French Can Teach Us About Household Food Management

When it comes to food and authentic food culture there are no better people to learn from than the French. Their attitude towards food is so unique, that in 2010 the French Gastronomical Meal was enlisted as part of the UNESCO World Heritage.  However, France is not only a leader in the preparation...
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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 tuna, 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 2013. Face it, you can’t be sure what is stocked at home. Keeping tabs on everything...
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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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Can you Really save time and money in the supermarket? A revolutionary look at what savvy shopping should be.

Yes, you can. And you should. That’s an easy one, right? Buy in bulk, go for the “3 for 5” promos, look around the store so that you don’t miss the good deals. No, no and no. Actually, those three are the ones that make you spend more money even though they look like easy […]
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