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Protect yourself while grilling

Of course, barbeque aprons keep clothes from getting soiled by soot, grease, sauce and other grimy byproducts of the grilling process, but a fire resistant apron also helps to protect the griller from heat and flames.Most barbecue aprons are sturdy enough to provide some protection from heat, but when in the market for truly fire resistant aprons, make sure that the garment is made from a flame-retardant material.Some aprons can be found in fireproof materials like Nomex, but heavy, flame-retardant cotton will also keep the flames at bay and the same material can be found in BBQ gloves that need to provide even more protection since they are closer to the action.

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Minimize Food Waste

Close to half of all food produced worldwide is wasted. It’s discarded in processing, transport, supermarkets and kitchens. When people discard food, all the resources used to grow, ship and produce that food are discarded too, including massive volumes of water. The amount of water loss from food waste in the US alone is like leaving a tap running and pouring 40 trillion litres of water down the drain. Most food waste won't happen if you take the time to plan better and sharpen your food storage skills. Buy only what you need, and eat what you have.

During a train journey in an unreserved compartment, my brother-in-law Usman got off at a station to buy a bottle of water. To retain his seat, he placed on it the India Today magazine he’d been reading. But when he returned with the water a minute later, he found someone else occupying the seat. The magazine had also disappeared. Oh, no, I’ve lost my seat! Usman thought helplessly. “And where’s my India Today?” he asked co-passengers. “Son,” an elderly man, who’d seen it all, remarked, “This is India today.”



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