Unbound from the Corporate Restrictions

I don’t use as much gas in the summer as I do in the winter, because the temperature is hotter, and all I have to do is cook. Even with that in mind, before I changed gas companies at http://www.ohiogascompanies.com, I couldn’t just use the gas and expect my bill to be automatically low. I was so scared of using too much gas that I would count every little bit of usage and shut off the stove, regardless of whether I was done cooking. This lead to a lot of extended cooking times, because I would have to go out to the grill to finish the meals that I started.

The days of worrying and counting gas like some kind of mad man are over now, because my entire plan revolves around only having to pay one set price for each month that I have the service. The temperature doesn’t matter, nor does the amount of gas that I’ve used to cook food. As long as I pay the bill each month, I can simply use as much gas as I want and face no problems. Of course, I won’t just waste gas needlessly, because that would just be a waste of a good resource.

To celebrate moving to a different gas company, I put my stove to work. I cooked and baked everything I could think of, from meats and vegetables, to cakes and pies. While I was frying fish on the stove, I had a chicken pot pie cooking in the oven. As much as I love to eat, there was no way I could eat all of the food that I cooked, even if I saved some to have for dinner for the rest of the week. I invited some friends over to help me devour the massive feast.

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