February 25, 2021 - 11:46 GMT Sophie Hamilton How to organise your fridge correctly to prevent food poisoning and food wastage. Essential kitchen tips on where fish, meat, fruit, vegetables and dairy should be stored Since the pandemic started, we've all spent a LOT of time in our kitchens. You know the drill… you get in from the supermarket, hands heavily sanitised and now breathing freely after wearing your mask. You may or may not wipe down the shopping (won't miss this) and start packing it all away. When it comes to organising your food and drinks in the fridge, do you have a system – and is it correct? A well-organised fridge prevents food poisoning and helps stop food wastage. Tap Warehouse have put together a guide to how to correctly organise your fridge. See if your system is right below… MORE: Joe Wicks' roasted vegetable soup recipe is our kind of lunch! Loading the player... WATCH: This TikTok … [Read more...] about How to correctly organise your fridge – is your system right?
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Located nine kilometres from the centre of Buon Ma Thuot city, Kontam tourist site is an attractive destination for tourists, particularly at weekends and public holidays. Covering a total area of 17 hectares and hosting magnificent hills, mountains, waterfalls, springs, valleys, and accommodation facilities imbued with the typical culture and architecture of the E De ethnic group, Kotam welcomes more than 400,000 tourists every year. According to Deputy Director of Dak Lak provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism Dang Gia Duan, the launch of the Kontam tourist site has contributed to preserving and promoting the distinct culture of the Central Highlanders while reducing poverty and generating income for local ethnic minority people. The successful tourism model was made possible thanks to a joint effors of a group of five female entrepreneurs five years ago. They are Nguyen Thi Ngoc Anh, Nguyen Thi Hue, Nguyen Thi Phuc Minh, Vu Thi Xoan and Doan Uyen Thao, directors … [Read more...] about Kotam tourist site: An example of integrating ecological tourism and local cultural identity
New Delhi: Soaring fuel prices , environmental awareness and the new vehicle scrappage policy announced in Budget 2021 are likely to encourage a gradual shift to electric vehicles in the coming years. Personal vehicles make up more than 90 percent of registered motor-vehicles in India, with nearly 162.6 million two-wheelers sold between 2011-2020. Hence, for the nation to realize its EV vision, facilitating its uptake among individual consumers – both four- and two-wheeler users – is as important as electrifying commercial fleets. However, a critical obstacle to boosting individual uptake today, is the lack of charging infrastructure at convenient locations. With studies showing that about 50-80 percent of private charging happens at homes and another 15-25 percent at the workplace, it is essential to equip our buildings with the necessary infrastructure for EV charging . Aiming for the low-hanging fruits Charging points in buildings will need to primarily cater to … [Read more...] about OPINION: Prepping our buildings today for an EV-ready future
It’s Eating Disorder Awareness Week — or as some of us call it, “Every Week (Trust Me I’m Well Aware)”. When you have an eating disorder (ED) — or, really, any kind of complicated relationship with food — repetitive thought patterns and habits are very hard to escape. I’ve come to realize the ED control tactic might just be with me, in some form, for most of my life. But that doesn’t mean I can’t still try to move away from habits that work against my own liberation. Whatever we practice — self-love, self-loathing — grows stronger. One of the best medicines, for me, has been reading. The shame of having an eating disorder tends to create a negative cycle where we further punish/reward ourselves using the very behaviors we know cause us suffering. (And then, of course, many of us are also well aware of this, and add a “second arrow” of shame by beating ourselves up for beating ourselves up.) By reading a wide range of books about and featuring this very trap, I’ve felt far less … [Read more...] about 12 Must-Read Books For Anyone Who’s Had An Eating Disorder
Once you’ve decided to blog regularly, it’s tempting to publish a post whenever you finish writing a post. However, this really isn’t the best long-term strategy. We’ll discuss the “why” of that in this post. But we’ll also be discussing a few factors that affect blog posting schedules, including the frequency of posts you should commit to, the best tools to use for committing to a blogging schedule, as well as a few ways to mitigate potential problems that should arise. Let’s get straight into it. Why a Blog Publishing Schedule is Important Though it’s tempting to “wing it” when publishing blog posts , having a schedule can really help you maintain the commitment. Otherwise, you’ll just view your blog as an extra or a non-essential activity. A blog schedule also helps you to plan out your content ahead of time so you’ll be able to prepare timely or seasonally-appropriate posts as well. How Frequently Should I Publish Blog Posts? How often you post will depend greatly on … [Read more...] about How to Create & Commit to a Consistent Blogging Schedule