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What is one food or drink you could not live a day without ?Water. really.
What appliance do you use the most ?Probably my stove/oven, followed closely by my kitchenaid mixer
What would be the hardest thing if you had no power ?from experience, no plumbing or running water (pump is electric)... also having to throw out the contents of our freezer! Devastating!
What is one food or drink you could not live a day without ? Coffee!
What appliance do you use the most ? Probably my coffee maker.
What would be the hardest thing if you had no power ? I would have to say the internet, unless it was out long enough for the fridge/freezer contents to be ruined!
What is one food or drink you could not live a day without ?
I need at least a cup of tea a day
What appliance do you use the most ?
Maybe my electric kettle.
What would be the hardest thing if you had no power?
We live in the country and often lose power for days at a time. We are also on a well. When there is no power our water pump does not work so we have no water for washing up, brushing teeth and worse of all flushing the toilet.
I must agree coffee is the biggest here and the coffee pot. We also lose power often but our bonus is our well water is on free flow so No pump is needed so we can have water. But we hook up the generator to run the coffee pot
Cheese. I know that sounds weird but at least one member of my family eats cheese for every meal. Cream cheese for breakfast, cheese strings with lunch and cheese goes on just about everything for dinner. Our household simply cannot survive if we run out.
Our toaster oven is the most used appliance.
The hardest thing about no hydro is keeping the kids out of the fridge. They are used to being able to go open the door as often as they like to find food. After that is the internet. I miss my computer friends when the hydro is out.