Unformatted text preview: those dry hot summer months. My mother always had the habit of filling a metal bowl with soapy water that she kept in the sink while washing the dishes and only turned on the water to rinse each piece. Perhaps, it is has something to do with growing up in Puerto Rico. My NYC sink is too small and I have no counter space near the sink. Still it is only I, and my dishwater consumption is additionally rather low because I cook few meals and therefore utilize fewer kitchen items such as pots, pans and prep bowls, plates and utensils. I am rather comfortable with the amount of water I use and at this time do not feel a pressing need to do more although I would flush less if necessary....
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2011 for the course NATURE 100 taught by Professor Degizelle during the Spring '11 term at Borough of Manhattan Community College.
- Spring '11