Recipe: Yoghurt bars

Recipe: Yoghurt bars | ecogreenlove

Sometimes I crave for something sweet but the “not-so-healthy” kind of sweet.
These sweet treat is guilt-free because is actually healthy!

Eat Good, Feel Good! 💚

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Eat by Date – How long does Food last?

IMG from “Food expired? Don’t be so quick to toss it” by Alexandra Sifferlin on TIME.com

It may come as a shock, but printed food dates are not federally regulated and do not refer to food safety. Thus, it is usually safe to eat your “expired” food after its printed date has passed. This article helps you determine what’s in a “use by”, “best before”, “best by” or “sell by” date to help you break away from the food date myth. Utilize the shelf life resource and stop throwing out perfectly good food.

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Reusing Freezer Plastic Bags (bags from frozen produce)

Reusing Freezer Plastic Bags (bags from frozen produce) | ecogreenlove
Re-Use A Frozen Vegetable Bag For A Sandwich Bag
Reusing Freezer Plastic Bags (bags from frozen produce) | ecogreenlove
Reuse at it’s best. First, a carrot hauler. Now, frozen veggie bit purse.
Reusing Freezer Plastic Bags (bags from frozen produce) | ecogreenlove
Bags that I reuse come from: store bought bread, shredded cheese, frozen veggies and when friends give us food in zip locks.
Reusing Freezer Plastic Bags (bags from frozen produce) | ecogreenlove
Use again the packages as uniform bags in your freezer and as an easy way to keep track of your frozen herbs, or anything else that is in small quantity and fits in this bag

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