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They might not have gotten it locally

There are few things worse than having to throw away food that has spoiled. This is not just a waste of resources; it is also a waste of time and money. In most houses, fruits and vegetables are in need of either quick consumption or quick storage. However, there are certain things you can do to mitigate the amount to food you throw away on garbage day. Here are some tips that can help you keep your fruits and vegetables fresher longer: Tip #1: Keep your fruits dry. When you get home from the grocery store, you might like to wash your fruits and vegetables to make sure they are clean and ready to be used. However, when you do this, make sure you put the pieces of fruit and vegetable into clean, dry bags. Moisture causes plant matter to rot faster and in just a few days, mold could be growing on your food. Take extra care about moisture. Some grocery stores spray their produce to keep it looking fresh, so it might be wet when you put it into your produce bag in the first place.
Make sure it is dry for storage. Tip #2: Keep your fruits and vegetables in the refrigerator. Some fruits and vegetables do not need to be stored in the refrigerator. However, doing so can help them stay fresher for a longer period of time. The cold temperature of the refrigerator helps to slow the aging process and usually the air inside your produce drawer is dry even if your house is a bit humid. If it is recommended that the produce you have purchase not be kept in a refrigerator, keep it instead in a cool, dark location instead of out in the open air. Tip #3: Don't purchase more than you need at once.
One of the best ways to avoid food spoiling in your refrigerator is to simply avoid buying more than you need at any given time. Many people like to do all of their shopping for the month during once trip. While that is great for most things, such as cleaning products or soda, it can be really bad for fruits and vegetables. These items rot quickly, so you are better off buying them in small quantities and picking up more on an as-needed basis. Even if you see a good deal with fruits and vegetables on sale, it is usually more cost effective to just by the smaller quantity and avoiding having to throw your rotting produce away at the end of the week. Tip #4: Shop at farmer's xafss. While it is definitely more convenient to shop for your produce at a grocery store, if you shop at farmer's xafss, you are going to get foods which are fresher. Farmers who take their produce to farmer's xafss may have even picked the fruits and vegetables that very morning! When you shop at a grocery story, you have no way of knowing how old that produce already is.
They might not have gotten it locally, which may indicate that, accounting for shipping time, the fruits and vegetables are already over a week old. When you shop at a farmer's xafs, you will almost always be getting produce that has been picked fresh from the tree, vine, or stalk within the last day or two. Plus you will be supporting the local community! Tip #5: Don't pack your produce into containers. Have you ever noticed that, most times, the produce at the bottom of the bin is moldy? This happens frequently due to the weight and the pressure of the produce on top of it. Loosely setting your oranges an apples on the table in a basket might not be a big deal, but if your produce drawer is stuffed full, that pressure on the fruits on the bottom of the pile is creating soft spots, and they will rot more quickly. Instead, make sure that your produce has lots of room and, if possible, is stored on a single layer. At the very least, make sure that heavier items are on the bottom!
While you can definitely invest in Green Bags and other products that can help keep your fruits and vegetables fresher for a longer amount of time, it is important to take other steps as well to avoid problems with spoiling. By changing just a few of your produce habits, you can make sure that you are not wasting time, money, and food as often as possible. Remember, doing your part to help the household save money on fruits and vegetables can really help decrease you overall food budget every month!



Pen or Pencil Naturally

We almost did anything about warhammer, but since everytime we do a project we find something missing from our materials. You have bought, assembled and painted your first ever warhammer army. You are now ready to play, but wait...You want some cool warhammer terrain to go with your newly acquired army. Now for this article it shows you the basic materials that we always use and workspace you will use to make some awesome warhammer terrain. You better have this one on your toolbox so that you will finish your project without the hassle of lack of materials. Basic Materials 1.paint brushes 2.utility knife 3.hammer 4.pliers 5.sandpaper (or sanding block) 6.pen or pencil 7.wire (electrical or all purpose) 8.fine sand 9.modeling flock 10.PVA glue (white glue) 11.painting pallet 12.scissors 13.plastic straws 14.Popsicle sticks 15.polystyrene (insulation foam) 16.Styrofoam 17.metal bucket 18.hacksaw 19.Chaos black spray paint 20.hot wire cutter 21.can 22.tissues 23.newspaper There are twenty three basic warhammer making materials that we always use in every project though we do not always all of them its better to have them for emergency purposes.
 Try to keep all this materials in one safe and large container so that it will be easy for you to access if you have something needed. Its better to have a table or a desk dedicated to painting/terrain so that you will have your own workplace. But if you do not have one there is still no problem to it as long as there is table. For better understanding of the materials to be use we gonna simply list it again but this time with description. 1. Paint Brushes Paint brushes and raw materials are important in terrain making or miniature painting. It is better to have a set of fine detail brushes with another set of medium sized brushes for terrain. There are so many techniques that you can learn with brushes which we'll go over in upcoming article. 2. Utility Knife Another very important item for terrain making and you must have it in your box for terrain making.
 This little thing will become a huge thing and be your bestfriend as you'll most likely use it the most. Be sure to use it with extra careful for its blade can be quite sharp. Always cut away from your body to avoid wounds. And remember to cut things on top of a board or piece of wood so as to not damage the table underneath. 3. Hammer A hammer is useful if you want to add weathered rock effects to polystyrene (insulation foam). This can also be useful when doing some construction around the base or table. 4. Pliers These little tools are essential for cleaning up the edges of your miniatures. Those extra fragments around your miniatures can be cleaned up by using this. Theyre also useful for holding small items that are drying. 5. Sandpaper/ Sanding Block This next material is used to smooth the edges around your miniatures. Using sandpaper to smoothen out rocks and ridges is a good technique. I prefer using the sanding blocks as opposed to sandpaper. You have more control over what youre doing. Sanding terrain pieces also ages them. 6.
Pen or Pencil Naturally a pen or pencil is useful for marking out things such as windows or doors in a building. 7.Wire (electrical or all purpose) Wire can be used as rebar or barbed wire. As for the electrical purpose, wire will be use to have light on bunkers, buildings, and towers. 8. Fine sand Fine sand is useful in so many ways. Adding sand to to the bases of your miniatures or as a gaming board surface are just a couple of things you can do. 9. Modeling flock Adding flock to rocks, trees, hills and miniatures adds to the realism of your game. 10. PVA glue (white glue) Another raw material when it comes to terrain building. This can be bought cheaply at a convenience store. 11. Painting pallet These are important if you plan on painting a lot. We can use here a ceramic tile. These are good because the cleanup is easy. Theyre also strong and durable. Other options for painting pallets are a Styrofoam plate or a piece of wood. 12. Scissors Make sure to pick up a pair of good quality scissors. Believe me, youre going to beat them up pretty good. 13. Plastic straws Good for making pipes, railings or even barricades. 14. Popsicle sticks These are extremely useful for making all sorts of things. Wood floors, barricades and stairs just to name a few.
 Polystyrene (insulation foam) You can make rocks and hills out of these. Tyranid spires are also a good project made from these. 16. Styrofoam Similar to insulation foam, styrofoam is also good for making rocks and hills. Regular styrofoam is easier to come by however. 17. Metal bucket One of these is good to have and is handy for many projects. Mixing paint and keeping sand are good uses for these. A water bucket is also a good idea. 18. Hacksaw A must if you plan on having wood or masonite bases for your terrain. (Careful not to nick yourself) 19. Chaos black spray paint These are a wonder if you have a large army to base coat. You get into hard to reach places a lot easier with spray paint. 20. Hot wire cutter These are used for shaping styrofoam. They run on batteries and are a Godsend for hobbyists. Make sure to be in a well ventilated area while cutting. The fumes may give you a headache. (WARNING: The hot wire cutter gets very hot and can burn you. Be careful not to touch the wire with your bare skin.) 21. Can Useful for keeping small things in and for mixing paints. Also useful for cleaning brushes. If youre adventurous you might even build a fuel tank with it.



Set off any room with lavish

If you own an older home and want to restore its original look, or if your home is newer and you want to add some old-time charm, antiques can provide a wonderful decor opportunity. Antiques come in many shapes and forms, and they are often far more detailed in design than modern decor products. Utilize antiques to get the look and feel you want in your home. You can opt to shop from online antiques stores to buy exclusive collectibles. These tips will show you how. Ornate Antiques for the Ritzy Home Dcor Want an ornate look for your home decor? Silver, gold, bronze, and cloth antique products can do the trick. And it doesn't have to cost a fortune. Use antique table linens with embellished designs to enhance your coffee table, end tables, or night stands.
Decorate with those antique family heirlooms that are hidden away in the attic or basement. Use antique-style photo frames to frame those really old family portraits. You can hang these on the wall with a couple of shabby chic wall sconces to create a wonderful antique look in a room. Or, set your old photos on tables along with an antique lamp to set the mood. Be sure to shop for antiques from garage sales, thrift shops, and flea xafss to find great bargains on antique lamps, figurines, vases, and furniture. You can often find brassy or silver antique items for a bargain and polish them up to remove tarnish. They'll shine like new and give your home the antique look you want. Another idea is to replace cabinet and doorknobs, faucets, and other fixtures with antique-style fixtures made of bronze or silver. Pay attention to the details in every room. This really makes a difference.
 Set off any room with lavish drapes and beautiful rugs. Antique Country Dcor If you go for the rustic antique look, there are plenty of online antique shops dealing in wooden antiques that can render classic look to any room. Try wooden antique lamp tables or end tables, an antique wooden fireplace mantle, bookcases, wooden rocking chairs, stools, and chests. Add antique wooden figurines and knick-knacks to any room, such as wooden shoes, rocking horses, animal figurines, clocks, a rustic antique floor lamp, or wooden photo frames. Country wooden antiques create a rustic look, and a beautiful, creative decor. A Soft Vintage Look Certain antiques, such as homemade quilts, pastel-colored furniture, and lacey linens can give any room a soft vintage look. It's antique without the rustic or ornate look. It's elegant, but comfortable. Soft-colored antiques can work well with floral-colored wallpaper and pastel-colored rooms.
 Vintage rose, yellow, light green, and baby blue colors give a room a spring-like touch every day of the year. Beautiful ceramic lamps and wall sconces can provide soft light to set off this decor. No matter what look you're trying to achieve, antique decor items can be used to dramatically change a room's look and feel. Frequent thrift shops and garage sales, or read the classifieds in your local newspaper to decorate your home with beautiful antiques for less.


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