It's been awhile since I wrote about my non working gas fridge. Mrs. J., a lady in her eighties had an insightful conversation with me. She grew up on a farm in northern Manitoba. In those day's nobody had a fridge but everyone found a way that worked for them. In her family it was porridge for breakfast. Lunch was the big meal, supper was leftover's and sometime's that meant soup. There was very little waste she said. I applied this to my own life even though I don't have a farm and it has simplified meals. To begin with rather than pay a repair man to come and look at my fridge I invested in a new All American designed and manufactured in the USA pressure canner. It is a wonderful tool and I can't say enough good things about it. ( My own opinion - I'm not getting paid for saying that) I bring my vegetables back from town and I can them right away. We than spend the next few weeks eating what I canned up. It works very well. My broken down fridge is now a beautiful pantry. I'm at the point where I can't even imagine wanting - much less needing a functioning fridge. Life is simpler without it.
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