Re: Community dinner economics
From: School of Mathematics, U of MN (depts5.math.umn.edu)
Date: Mon, 8 Aug 94 08:24 CDT
On Sun, 7 Aug 94 23:31 CDT, 
Angie McGowan  <cohousing-l [at] uci.com> wrote:
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(As I remember it):  The group doesn't have a common kitchen yet, so they 
take turns cooking in their houses.  The cook buys all the food, cooks the 
meal and clears up.  No money changes hands.

If this cash-free economy doesn't work well enough, you might want to try 
having the cook charge each person who comes and eats for the ingredients 
of the meal.  It's fairly easy to calculute things taken from supplies on 
hand and add what was purchased for the dinner.

Monika Stumpf, Monterey CoHousing-Mpls, dept [at] math.umn.edu

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