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Earth Day has come and gone， but there's never a wrong time to be environmentally conscious. What better way to celebrate than to have a picnic out there in nature？
We've got a few recipes for you， and they all work with our Aquaheat products! The best part？ They're eco-friendly. They use little heat packets that are water activated and are biodegradable. Check out how easy they are to use：floral standard pillowcases
Here's one of my favorites. I make it all the time， and it's super easy， and pretty healthysofa pillow cases， too!
1) Turkey chili
How does this fit with Aquaheat？
If you're anything like me， you think food prep is the best. So this will make a bunch of chili. You're probably not going to eat it all at once， so when you're ready to go， put it in yourAquaheat Mega Warmer， and then follow the directions from the video above to have hot chili on the go!
Don't want a full mean at your picnic？ Bring some chips， sprinkle cheese on top， and heat. You have your very own chili dip to snack on!
2) Mac and Cheese (Original recipeHERE!)
How does this fit with Aquaheat？
Put all of in the Mega Warmer， or put a single serving in theSolo Food Warmer to warm it up.
What if I don't want to bring something warm？
Aquaheat is made of food-grade， high quality stainless steel， and has the plastic container around it， which means it can also keep cool food crisp and fresh for longer. Try making a salad， or cutting up fruit into fun shapes for your littles!
What else is Aquaheat good for？
YOU! Bring your soup， your oatmeal for breakfast， or cook your healthy quinoa in it. Steam your kale， warm up leftovers for lunch， bring it tailgating! Seriously， this stuff is phenomenal. We even have college kids that use it in the dorms! And there's abottle warmer， too!
DIY bathrooms are something that lots of people are scared to attempt. There is the budget issue, plumbing and electrical (terrifying!), not to mention having a bathroom out of commission for an extended amount of time can be stressful. (Seriously–hats off to all of you living in a one bathroom home!). But I am here to tell you that all the stress, sweat and hard word yields AMAZING results. We are still so in love with our girls' bathroom makeover we tackled last year. I won't tell you it wasn't a ton of work, but it was totally worth it!
Baby It's Cold Outside! So, I’m going to teach you how to make a Faux Fur Lined Muff and Hat.? Muffs are rare these days and wearing one will set you apart. They also pair well with vintage clothing. When I wear mine, I feel somewhat like a rosy-cheek girl in a Victorian Christmas wood etching.??? There are other advantages to making and wearing a muff. Here in Pennsylvania, it’s been a bitter cold winter. I have circulatory problems, so even when I wear gloves my fingers are still uncomfortably cold. (This is true for lots of women, as many of us are anemic.) The extra layer of an enclosed, soft, furry muff is just what’s needed to keep fingers warm during wintertime. Furthermore, it’s a simple project that does not take long to make.For the Muff you will need: 1/2 yard of faux fur, 1/2 yard of quilt bating, and 1/2 yard of fabric for lining (satins and brocades work well).For the Hat you will need:? 1/2 yard of faux fur, 1/2 yard of lining (satin and brocade work well), and a circle drawing compass.Both of these guides and much more can be found at?http://www.lovetosew.comFaux Fur lined hat -?http://www.lovetosew.com/hat.htmFaux Fur lined muff -?http://www.lovetosew.com/muff.htm