Questions on how we spend our money and our time - consumer goods and services, home and vehicle, leisure and recreational activities
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I've started cooking more food that I can eat and I'm getting tired of eating the same things. Any thoughts on reaching out to local community about bartering things we cook fresh ? Or is this a big no-no because of health/virus safety?
Your freezer is your friend, as is a good cookbook. Branch out a bit. I would have to be pretty close/trusting to swap meals with another cook. Oddly enough, my family is eating pretty darn well, and we are sure spending less. I have bartered for paper towels!
Salvia Clevelandii "Winifred Gilman" my favorite. YMMV; not a professional advisor.
Lots of folks doing this on Nextdoor app, as has been mentioned. The threads I've read show a ton of interest. Esp where the person making the food has credentials (eg a cook laid off or furloughed from a local restaurant).