Tag: food

One Bag of Trash Per Week Challenge

One Bag of Trash Per Week Challenge

We have been concentrating on reducing our household waste for the last two months. There wasn’t a particular event that sparked our desire to be more “green,” although a conversation with my friend BigDubb about one-use plastic bags was definitely a big part of developing our household challenge: throw away only one bag of trash […]

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Zevro WM300 Indispensable SmartSpace Wall Mount Triple Dry-Food Dispenser Review

Zevro WM300 Indispensable SmartSpace Wall Mount Triple Dry-Food Dispenser Review

We were envious of the wall-mounted cereal dispenser featured on Big Bang Theory. We found it, and the Zevro WM300 is a fun way to save space in your kitchen.

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Koko FreshPocket Insulated Man’s Lunchbox Review

Koko FreshPocket Insulated Man’s Lunchbox Review

I’m a big believer in eating small amounts of food frequently throughout the day. These “eating events” help keep my blood sugar level even and my metabolism going. In the last six months or so I’ve tried to eat more fruits and vegetables. Unlike the South Beach / Snackwell’s protein bars or almonds I normally […]

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The Propane Express Delivery Service Review

The Propane Express Delivery Service Review

Sometimes simple pleasures go a long way in making me smile. Propane tank home delivery from The Propane Express is inexpensive, convenient, and helps Joe Bob at Wal-Mart keep his junk intact.

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How to Make Your Own Greek Yogurt

How to Make Your Own Greek Yogurt

We eat a fair amount of yogurt at the house. It gets used mostly for protein shakes and smoothies. Between Sedagive? and myself we were going through a 32 ounce container of Greek yogurt every four days. I typically purchase the Kirkland Greek yogurt available from Costco, which sells for about $6 for a pack […]

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IKEA RARITET Storage Container Review

IKEA RARITET Storage Container Review

I review the RARITET kitchen storage container from IKEA. The container has a nice shape and a clever lid with a built-in measuring cup.

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Can’t Find South Beach Living Protein Fit Bars? Try Snackwell’s Cereal Bars

Can’t Find South Beach Living Protein Fit Bars? Try Snackwell’s Cereal Bars

I used to eat the South Beach Living Protein Fit bars almost every day as an eating event. I stopped being able to find them a few months ago, and I recently discovered that they are made under a different name and packaging: Snackwell’s Cereal Bars. They have the same nutritional value, serving size, and taste. Give them a try.

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