Do you know how to preserve food? Do you know what can or cannot be consumed after the expiration date? Do you know other possible uses for the various ingredients found in your pantry and your fridge? What foods increase immunity? Test your knowledge! See how prepared you really are for the present lock down!
Yep, you’re ready! Good job! Now please pass this link to your friends. If the #stayathome, they might be bored to death anyway. Cheer them up!
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#1. You Can Clean Your Cutting Board Using …
#2. How Do You Stockpile Food for an Emergency Situation?
#3. Can Bread Be Safely Consumed Even After the Expiration Date?
#4. You Can Polish the Wooden Furniture With …
#5. Washing the Vegetables Is Extremely Important. How Do You Handle Broccoli or Cauliflower?
#6. Which One of These Oils Is the Best Choice for a Healthy Salad?
#7. Some of These Food Products Are Safe to Use Even After the Expiration Date. Which Ones?
#8. How Long Does Cereal Last Once Opened?
#9. What Types of Food Products Are Safe to Use Even After the Expiration Date?
#10. You Can Use This Fruit Next Time When You Do the Dishes. It Really Removes Grease.
#11. You Can Whiten Your Laundry With …
#12. It Is Said That One of These Fruits Improves Mood. Which One?
#13. In Times of Crisis One Should Stockpile Especially on …
#14. Adults Should Eat No More Than Around … of Salt a Day.
#15. Canned Foods Expire in 2 or More Years, No Matter the Food Content. Is This True?
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