Today's News

0318081948.jpg This box makes sense: smaller than a cup of coffee, but enough to fuel a vegetable and tofu dish.  At the top of our to-do list is researching drop-off points for boxes.


5 Responses to “Today's News”

  1. HI EIAB-ers!
    I have an answer to one of the questions above, and a tasty idea to suggest.

    What if you can’t find a taker? just leave your EIAB in a bag next to a trash can. Homeless and hungry people often look in trash cans for useful things as well as food, and they will notice the bag and take it if they are hungry.
    I have left clothes as well as food, and my bags are always gone when I come back.

    Here’s my idea: If you’re in a fast food restaurant, buffet or cafeteria and have taken extra packets of salt, pepper, ketchup, mustard, etc., don’t throw them out. Save them and toss a few into your EIAB bag. The finder will appreciate the touch of spice. Packets of soy sauce, duck sauce and fortune cookies are great additions too.
    You can even recycle extra pieces of toast or bread that you haven’t eaten that will be thrown out by a restaurant. Just wrap them in a napkin and give them away!

  2. HI EIAB-ers!
    I have an answer to one of the questions above, and a tasty idea to suggest.

    What if you can’t find a taker? just leave your EIAB in a bag next to a trash can. Homeless and hungry people often look in trash cans for useful things as well as food, and they will notice the bag and take it if they are hungry.
    I have left clothes as well as food, and my bags are always gone when I come back.

    Here’s my idea: If you’re in a fast food restaurant, buffet or cafeteria and have taken extra packets of salt, pepper, ketchup, mustard, etc., don’t throw them out. Save them and toss a few into your EIAB bag. The finder will appreciate the touch of spice. Packets of soy sauce, duck sauce and fortune cookies are great additions too.
    You can even recycle extra pieces of toast or bread that you haven’t eaten that will be thrown out by a restaurant. Just wrap them in a napkin and give them away!

  3. Hi All,
    What should I do about rice that gets hard and dry and cold in my fridge? How long can it stay there before it goes bad?
    I’ve also found that I have to boil a bunch of eggs at a time, maybe 6, to have on hand for my extra rice. Otherwise, the rice really gets old waiting for me to finally boil the egg. Anybody have any ideas on time-saving, easy ways to do egg in a box? Thanks, Jessica L.

  4. Hi All,
    What should I do about rice that gets hard and dry and cold in my fridge? How long can it stay there before it goes bad?
    I’ve also found that I have to boil a bunch of eggs at a time, maybe 6, to have on hand for my extra rice. Otherwise, the rice really gets old waiting for me to finally boil the egg. Anybody have any ideas on time-saving, easy ways to do egg in a box? Thanks, Jessica L.

  5. This is the perfect way to break down this inforamtion.

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