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Monday, Nov. 3, 2008
Today's Cool Site...
Stop wasting food
We all know that we shouldn't waste food. Yet, most of us throw out food from time to time.
Maybe it's a banana that is too soft. Or, maybe you throw away leftover rice at the end of your meal.
Most of us have been tightening our belts as of late. So, now is a perfect time to start being less wasteful with food.
Love Food Hate Waste has plenty of help. You'll find suggestions that will help you cut your food bill.
There are also tips to prolonging the life of fresh food. Or, check out the portion-control section for help getting portion sizes right.
But my favorite section of the site might just be the recipes. There are a wide range of delicious recipes that use leftovers. You can even search by food type!Love Food Hate Waste is a U.K. site. That means you'll need to do some calculations to use the recipes. Or, I have a link to a handy converter on my site.
Every day, Team Komando produces some of the best content you'll find anywhere on the Internet. Here is a sampling of what's new on our site today!
• Last Day to Enter: Want the best video and audio performance in a standard definition (480p) DVD player? Then enter my Giveaway of the Day sweepstakes today. You'll have a chance to win Rotel's RDV-1045 DVD Player. Get stunning picture quality with this prize valued at $499.
• Video of the Day: Meet Challenger, a bald eagle. He was raised by humans and can't be released. But he can thrill a stadium full of people.
• Digital Minute, on your radio: Many people have replaced desktop PCs with laptops. So, what will replace the laptop? I have the answer!
• Free Download of the Day: You can find some great products at online stores. Amazon has a new way to explore its content. It's pretty cool.
• Tip on the site: iTunes runs on Windows and Mac machines. You can use your iPod on both. But it will take some work and a few tradeoffs.
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