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How Can This Plate of Pasta Help You Conserve Water?

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
How Can This Plate of Pasta Help You Conserve Water?

How Can This Plate of Pasta Help You Conserve Water? Pasta is one of America's favorite foods....a true comfort food! Making pasta requires using water, normally. Yes, there are some "no boil" pastas. However, nine times out of ten we boil pasta. Most pasta manufacturers suggest you boil pasta in 4-6 quarts of water. Ok, we can do that....but, what happens when you drain that water?? Stop..Think, please.

Sally-Save-Water™ says " Don't Be A Drip....Save Every Drop©" and do not drain pasta water down the drain! 

Drain the pasta water into another pot or bowl....when it is cool you can take it outside to your flowers or trees....they will love it and you will be helping Sally-Save-Water® conserve water.

How Can This Plate of Pasta Help You Conserve Water? Now you know.


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