Friday, October 14, 2011

1st "Conservation" Linky: Share Ways You Use Leftover Egg Yolks or Whites

Imagine that you live on a spaceship (because you do) traveling to the nearest extra-solar star* [OK, you're on a BIG spaceship orbiting the Sun...].

What would you take? How would you do things differently?

I'm Pam Hoffman and I was 'green' when it was still a color. I started making different decisions about my personal "Conservation" back in the 80s, I just always thought of it as 'spaceship thinking' so I reused, recycled, repurposed, composted and plain old did not get things as part of my daily routine.

I'm Jeff Miller. My parents went through the depression and WWII rationing so, I too, was raised to think of ways to reuse, recycle, and repurpose things. I do my bit to conserve resources but I'm not radical about it. In my own bit of "spaceship thinking," I've always felt that we've been tearing apart the life support system to repair the coffee maker. However, I'm a technophile so I think that our increasing understanding and innovations will eventually solve the problem. I just hope that there's something left to save.

Topic of the week:

While we will diverge greatly over time, it is appropriate to make the 1st "Conservation" Linky all about Eggs!

When you are faced with leftover egg yolks or egg whites after making a favorite recipe, what do you do with the leftovers?

In our first CoE book "Where's My Other Half?," published 9/6/11, we offer up some ideas an recipes.

Go ahead and add YOUR best ideas here. Who knows, your post may be referenced in a future edition or revision of the CoE series of books! If your idea makes the cut, we will be sure to ask your permission and give you the appropriate credit!

Thanks for playing. Here are a few 'rules' to maintain your spot on this "Conservation" Linky Series...

1. Please Adhere to the Linky Party Theme
2. Link Directly to YOUR Participating Post (not just the main URL)
3. Link Back From Your Post to This Post (NOT a different page) With the Text: CoE - Conservation of Eggs
4. Please Do Your Best to Visit Fellow Participants Posts and Leave Them a Comment. Isn't That Why YOU'RE Here?

This Linky will reorder the links by 'Likes' as Facebook calls it. If you want to stay in the top spots, have everyone you know stop by and click on the 'Like' by your link!

Have Fun!

Share Ways You Use Leftover Egg Yolks or Whites Below:

*Proxima Centauri

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