Or maybe it's a "Duh... What was I thinking" moment.
Thanks to a recent post from LifeAsMom I had one of these moments this week.
She mentioned in the post that her measuring cups were a bit dusty. "Huh. That means she doesn't wash them every time she uses them. That's interesting."
And then it occurred to me, that it really isn't necessary to fully wash every utensil and measuring cup that I use in my daily cooking. If all I've done is measure flour or baking powder do I really need to wash it? Probably not. Liquid stuff... yeah it could probably use a wash. But, flour, sugar, dry stuff... a quick rinse is really all it needs and it's fine to measure the next thing.
Imagine the dishwashing liquid and time that I will be saving by not washing and rinsing every item in my kitchen!
Do you wash everything, or are there some items that just get rinsed? This tightwad needs
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