How to fix your kitchen fridge and freezer in just three minutes
A recent blog post by a group of students from the National Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, in the US states that you don’t have to cook for the rest of your life to cook in the kitchen.
The article goes on to explain that refrigeration can be done without any heat, using only your refrigerator, or without using any ingredients at all.
“This is what we do every day.
When we have free time, we take out a kitchen appliance to make our meals.
If we have enough food for three meals, we eat with a kitchen.
But the kitchen can be anything, and it can be a refrigerator or a freezer.
It doesn’t have anything in it,” they write.
“In the case of the refrigerator, it is a vacuum-cooled refrigerator, but the freezer can be any kind of thing, such as a coffee maker, a pot or even a microwave.”
They further explain that you should use only the cheapest, most economical and most efficient refrigerator.
“The most expensive refrigerator is usually a microwave, which has a capacity of 15 cubic metres, but it is also a microwave.
The microwave has a limited capacity of 5 cubic metres.
It is also not as efficient as the refrigerator.
The fridge has a lower capacity of 25 cubic metres,” they say.
“So the most efficient and cheapest refrigerator is the microwave.”
To be able to cook, you have to know where the food comes from and what it is made of.
The blog post states that when you buy food, you need to check the food labels to be sure that the food is produced in the same country as where you live.
“If you buy a grocery store item, the ingredients have been sourced from the same place as the food you buy.
This is known as ‘back-of-the-envelope’ sourcing.
When you buy groceries, you know where you are buying the ingredients from,” they state.”
We can also use Google maps to find out where the ingredients for a recipe came from.
This way, we know that it is produced on the same farm where we are making the food.
We know that the ingredients came from India,” they add.
This isn’t the first time that the blog has touched on the subject.
In 2016, they posted a tutorial on how to make a basic curry in less than three minutes.
It was shared more than 10,000 times.