For the next 20 days, the Green Tip of the Day will focus on ways each of us can consciously conserve water.
I make pasta about once a month. When I do, I use some of the pasta cooking fluid for my sauce. The rest goes through a strainer into a large pot. Once it’s cooled, I use it to feed plants inside the house. Make sure it’s cool first, though; otherwise, your plants could die. What other ways could you use this liquid, maybe to make chicken stock? Thoughts?