3 Helpful Qualities In A Long-Term Water Storage Container

Long-term food and water storage are no longer solely the realm of preppers who are planning to be self-sufficient for years. Those in earthquake-prone zones, as well as those who just want to be prepared for a situation that might cut off access to supplies, have long looked for ways to increase their freshwater storage in ways that won't result in them drinking plastic-flavored water if they have to use what they've stored. Read More 

Vegan Main Course Options For A Cookout

When most people think of barbecues, they think of cooking burgers and hot dogs out on the grill. This meat-centric mentality may make it seem like a barbecue or cookout main course isn't a very vegan-friendly option if you are entertaining a large group of people with varying dietary needs. Fortunately, this line of thinking isn't correct. There are plenty of vegan options for a backyard barbecue main course. The following will introduce you to a few of them. Read More 

Benefits To Purchasing A Water Softening System For Your Home

To help you decide whether a water softening system for your home is something you would want, you will want to learn about its benefits. This way, you will know just what it is that you are missing out on should you decide to go without it. Your Fabrics Will Become Softer All of the fabrics that you wash, such as your clothing, sheets, blankets, and bath towels will become much softer in no time at all. Read More 

Setting Up a “Starter Bar” in Your Small Restaurant

If you own a small restaurant and have recently obtained your liquor license, you might feel overwhelmed at the task of now having to outfit the bar with a lot of equipment and ingredients. While having a fully stocked bar is a great thing to aspire to, you don't have to dive in overnight. Consider setting up a "starter bar" with just the basics. You can operate this smaller bar as your customers become accustomed to you offering drinks and while you make bigger plans for your full bar down the road. Read More 

How To Make A Vegan Version Of Jollof Rice

If you've ever eaten at a restaurant that serves West African cuisine, then you know how delicious jollof rice is. This rice is a staple at meals in countries such as Liberia, Ghana, Senegal and Nigeria. If you are not near an African restaurant, then you can make this delicious rice at home. This recipe is aimed at vegans. Therefore, the traditional chicken stock will be swapped out with vegetable stock. Read More