The Wonder of a Drawstring Bag
The Scenario of a Work Day
The workday for me doesn’t start with the alarm. I wish it did. I always anticipate the alarm sounding in my sleep, so I wake up fifteen to thirty minutes earlier than the alarm. There being no point going back to bed, I don’t.
I used to pack a bento lunch to to go work, but find it’s no longer possible due to time constraints in the morning. I just eat in the cafeteria at work for breaky. When I get home in the evening, I’m burned out from work and not interested in doing anything. So, what about dins?
On the weekend, I make a pot or two of something but don’t complete cooking it, refrigerating them instead. When I get up in the morning during the week, I put one of the pots on the stove while I’m starting coffee. Once the pot comes to a boil, I bag it in the WonderBag. When I get home from work, dins is ready and I don’t have to fuss about the evening meal.
The WonderBag is Sarah Collins’ brain child. In developing countries, it’s difficult for the poorer members of these communities to acquire enough fuel to cook meals. The Wonderbag requires no fuel to complete the cooking process of foods. Bring the pot to a boil, bag it and serve it when done. This takes anywhere from one to 7 hours for most meals depending on the contents of the pan.
My own Wonderbag was gifted to me when I went in for surgery in 2014. When I finally started using it, I didn’t know how I’d gotten by without one. This means a savings of time for single parents, families, couples and single working people. I’ve got more to say on the subject on Hubpages, The WonderBag.
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