How to make a quickie sponge for a quick meal

You’re about to go to the bathroom and there’s a little piece of foam floating around.

You don’t think it’s quite good enough to eat, so you toss it in the bin.

What you do with it depends on your taste.

For me, it’s just an easy and tasty sponge to dip into my pasta sauce.

You can also use this as a dipping sauce, as long as you don’t stick it in your pasta sauce because you could be making a sauce that tastes like spaghetti sauce.

This is a great time to use up your sponge.

The only time I really feel guilty about throwing away a good sponge is if I’m making pasta sauce or stir-frying pasta.

So, I put some more in the fridge, and now I’m ready to use it up.

You may have noticed I’m using an egg instead of a traditional sponge.

I used to think this was weird, but then I started cooking for myself.

I’m not a big fan of eggs, but the taste of eggless pasta sauce has a nice richness to it.

This will make for a great sauce to use for stir-fried pasta, or for a good pasta dip.

The best part about this is you don.t have to wait for it to harden before you start using it.

If you use this in the dish, you’ll be sure to use the sponge all over again when you make the next batch of pasta.

It also makes a great quick sauce for pasta salad.