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!
The bad news is that you didn’t pass the test. The good news is that you have plenty of time to keep studying. Start with the following links. And come back anytime with your homework done.
#1. Can Bread Be Safely Consumed Even After the Expiration Date?
#2. The Recommended Daily Water Intake for Adults Is …
#3. It Is Said That One of These Fruits Improves Mood. Which One?
#4. You Can Clean Your Cutting Board Using …
#5. What Types of Foods Are Better Off if Stored in the Fridge Door?
#6. What Is the Right Temperature for Storing Foods in the Refrigerator?
#7. Which One of These Countries Is Used for Labeling the Genuine Manuka Honey?
#8. Which of These Oils Is Lowest in Saturated Fat?
#9. These Are Powerful Immune System Boosters:
#10. How Do You Stockpile Food for an Emergency Situation?
#11. A Study From 2007 Has Identified This Drink as a True Cure Against Sore Throat:
#12. Out of Yeast? Use …
#13. Washing the Vegetables Is Extremely Important. How Do You Handle Broccoli or Cauliflower?
#14. How Should the Plastic Water Bottles and Jars Be Properly Stored in Order to Avoid Releasing Harmful Chemicals Into the Water?
#15. What Other Uses Are There for the Baking Soda?
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- Red Wine, the Unlikely Cure for a Sore Throat
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