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Make Your Own 2% Milk At HomeI do not pay for the store to water down my milk, as in 2% and such. We found that we can do this at home. Buy whole milk and add cold water to it. Since this is a matter of taste, you will have to find what suits your family best.

 

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Use a Spray Or Mister Bottle for Cooking OilsSave lots of money by simply putting your own oil into a mister bottle, and using it to spray on pans and waffle irons, instead of paying for the canned stuff! Far cheaper and healthier for you!

 

Two saucers with crushed sugar in the bottom one.

Crush Sugar Cubes For Granulated SugarThis might sound funny, but I will explain. Being a diabetic, I recently discovered that the sugar cubes are portion controlled and better for me than artificial sweeteners, which make me sick.

 

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Using Cooking Bags In Your CrockpotCan I use "oven cooking bags" in my crockpot?

 

Grapes next to potential diseases.

Don't Eat Grapes in the StoreIn past years, grocery stores prepackaged grapes and sealed the packages. Inevitably, someone would open one package and the customers would sample the grapes before purchasing.

 

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Dilute Full Fat Milk Instead of Buying SkimIf you are concerned about the fat levels in full cream milk, the most cost effective solution is to dilute whole homogenized milk 50/50 with water, rather than buying semi-skimmed. This means that you get twice the amount of milk for the same money.

 

Meal Tips for Single Workers

Meal Tips for Single WorkersMy daughter was challenged with working long hours and not having lots of time to prepare healthy lunches nor dinners. I came up with some hints to use as guidelines to help her continue to eat healthy while working long hours.

 

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Heat Rutabagas in Microwave for Easier ChoppingAs most know the rutabagas you get in the stores are so hard you can not cut them. I always heat mine in the microwave for a few minutes. This makes it softer so it is easier to peel and cut into small pieces.

 

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Using Crockpot Insert in the OvenYou can use your removable crock pot/slow cooker stoneware insert in an oven. Be sure the insert does not have any cracks or breaks in it. I normally coat it with a cooking spray for easy clean-up. I don't use the lid, for fear it would crack or break.

 

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Putting Stubborn Lids on TupperwareIf you are having a hard time putting a plastic lid on a tupperware type container, run the lid under hot water. It should fit much more easily.

 

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Seal Plastic Bag to Make AirtightTo make an airtight seal on a plastic bag, use a sharp knife to cut an inch or two off the top of a water bottle or any other plastic bottle that has a screw on lid.

 

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From Frozen Tender RoastTo make a tender roast put it into your oven frozen, yes frozen.

 

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Be Aware Where Your Christmas Goodies Are ManufacturedWhile shopping recently for peppermint candy canes to crush up and use in my holiday baking goodies. I searched several stores in my area, looking for U.S. made of these particular candies. Every candy cane, I found in Walgreens was made in Mexico.

 

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Make Ground Turkey Taste Like BeefWe all know ground turkey or chicken is healthier then beef. But what if you miss that beef flavor? I have come up with a way to make turkey or chicken burgers, loaf, or pretty much any recipe taste like you DID use beef! It's easy!

 

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Vegetable Water Blanching TimetableThere have been a lot of requests for blanching veggies as of late so here's an easy timetable to follow. Be sure to check tenderness part way into the blanching guide times because freshness and size of vegetables vary.

 

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Use K-Cups to Make Pot of CoffeeI don't have a Keurig coffee maker but they are wonderful. I found three little generic K-cups in a box at Walmart for only one dollar. I opened the foil top and poured the contents into my filter in the coffee maker I have. It turned out wonderful.

 

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Regrowing Food ScrapsI have regrown green onions and celery roots in my kitchen to provide extra seasonings. Simply put the cut off root in a shallow bowl of water (enough water to submerge the root area, but the top should be left out in the air) and set on the windowsill.

 

Ingredients for ramen stir fry.

Spicing Up Your Ramen NoodlesAre you tired of eating the same old ramen noodles? Well then I have a tip for you. These cheap noodles can be made into more interesting meals with just a few extra ingredients.

 

An InstantPot inside a recycled cardboard box.

Transporting Food SafelyIt's the holiday season! A lot of us are probably doing some cooking and then transporting the foods to our family or friends homes.

 

Oven baked bacon on foil.

Best Oven Baked BaconI love baking my strips of bacon in the oven. You don't have to stand over the stove, dodging oil splatters, while trying to juggle cooking times of other items you're making. However, to boost the "best" in your oven baked bacon, try this little homemade bacon tray trick.

 

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Using Expired Cottage CheeseA few times, after finding the cottage cheese container buried in the back of the fridge, well past its expiration date, I've tossed it out. Recently, I got ready to toss out another container, but had a 2nd thought.

 

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Make Frozen Lasagna Taste HomemadeThis is a tip I thought I would share since I did this over the week-end and my dinner guests loved the lasagna dinner. They all thought it was homemade! Little did they know, I purchased the Stoffers large frozen lasagna when it was on sale at my favorite store.

 

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DIY Ring MoldI was recently making my Japanese Style Puff Pancakes and could not find my metal ring mold ANYWHERE! So I used a shaped one. Yesterday, I realized I could just make one out of wax paper.

 

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Keep Bread Mold from DevelopingWhen the weather becomes hot and humid, we always had problems with our soft breads getting moldy. Since it is only my husband and I, bread lasts longer than when we had our kids at home.

 

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Use Up Stale Cereal, Crackers, and ChipsWhat do you do with stale cereal, crackers and chips?

 

Easily Remove Grease from Ground Beef

Easily Remove Grease from Ground BeefWhenever I browned hamburger meat for tacos, spaghetti, or whatever, I used to take the meat out of the pan, transfer it to a strainer to drain the grease and then return it to the pan to finish cooking. I have found a better way.

 

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Evaporated Milk for CerealWith the cost of milk so high, you can save a little by using evaporated milk for cereal and cooking and saving jug milk for drinking. Also once the can is opened you can keep the rest fresh and ready by pouring into an ice tray and freezing into cubes.

 

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Ice and Ladle Fat SkimmerWhenever we watch cooking shows, my husband sees those handy dandy fat separator tools and asks me if I want one. I'm perfectly happy with my way: put ice cubes in a ladle and skim across the fatty top of whatever you're separating. The cold will get the fat to congeal in the ladle. Just like a magnet!

 

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Preventing Grated Cheese From Sticking TogetherTo prevent grated cheese form sticking together, just add a little flour to it. It does not affect the flavor or appearance. Then put it in the freezer in a Ziploc bag. It's easy to get what you need, without wasting cheese that is clumped together.

 

Cucumbers stored in a bread bag.

How to Store CucumbersPersian and English cucumbers are my absolute favourite from the entire cuke line, but they aren't the cheapest. In order to keep them from going mushy, it's best to keep them as dry as possible. I find they are very happy in paper bags.

 

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The Key to Great Homemade Gravy

The Key to Great Homemade GravyI learned how to make homemade gravy from my Mom & Grandmother, and their gravy is what made the "Dinner." Whatever meat you have roasted, braised, browned and has some residue or drippings can be a base for gravy.

 

A piece of bread in a pot of mushy rice.

Fix Mushy Rice with BreadI can't tell you how many times I've made mushy, soupy rice. There's a quick fix that transforms this gluey mess into perfect, fluffy rice: a slice of bread. Place a piece of bread on top of your pot or rice cooker full of mushy rice, put the lid back on, and allow to sit for 5 to 10 minutes. The extra liquids will make their way into the bread, and your rice is saved.

 

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Use Sour Cream as an Egg SubstituteMy husband and I are vegetarians, and have found that one heaping tablespoon of sour cream equals one egg in any recipe. It works in any baking recipe I've tried (we cook a lot).

 

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Use a Hotdog Bun for PB&JA peanut butter and jelly sandwich is much less messy on a hotdog bun. Try it and see if I'm right!

 

A bag of potatoes and some dried thyme in a spice bottle.

Store Potatoes with ThymeSprinkle some dried thyme into the bag, and store in a cool dry place. I just got this bag for 99 cents, and want to use every single potato!

 

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Use Your TV for Dough RisingSo you have not updated to one of those slick, slim TVs yet, and you want to bake some bread? Believe it or not, if your TV is on, it make a nice warm spot for you dough to rise.

 

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Bake Brownies in Cupcake LinersWhen our five year old grandson was helping me bake brownies, we were getting ready to pour them into the baking pan and he wanted me to put them in cupcake paper cups instead.

 

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Use Cream of Chicken Soup as GravyWhen I make chicken and dressing instead of making the giblet gravy, I just use a can cream of chicken soup with a little added poultry seasoning.

 

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Make Sandwiches with Frozen BreadThis is a tip that will help anyone who packs lunches! These days, we all need to tighten our belts and packing lunches is an excellent way to not only save money, but also to eat healthier!

 

Washed Brussel Sprouts

Freezing Brussels SproutsA Guide to Freezing Brussels Sprouts. Brussels sprouts can be added to dishes for cooking directly from the freezer without thawing.

 

A turkey carcass being cut into smaller pieces.

You Can Cut a Frozen TurkeyDue to the virus, it will just be my husband and me for Thanksgiving. I purchased the smallest turkey breast I could find, but even that is too much. Both of us prefer the taste of turkey the first day. Since the meat was already frozen, the butcher at the store was unable to cut it.

 

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Preventing Moldy Cheese in the RefrigeratorNo more moldy cheese in the refrigerator: moisten a paper towel with a bit of cider vinegar and wrap it around your wedge of cheese; then place the wrapped cheese in a plastic bag and seal.

 

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Melting Wax to Cover JamsSome readers have pointed out that using wax for sealing jars has fallen out of favor for food safety reasons.

 

A box of Sleepytime tea.

Sun Tea from Used Tea BagsInstead of throwing out your old tea bags, try this instead and save money. Take a small empty jar and once you have used your tea bag, put it in the small jar. Once you have collected 5 or 6 teabags, then get a gallon jar or a glass pitcher and move your tea bags to it. Fill with water and then set out in the sun for a few hours.

 

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Tips For Smooth FudgeBefore putting ingredients in pan, butter the sides of pan or spray with Pam. When your fudge starts to boil, cover pan with lid for a couple of minutes and then remove. I also wash sugar from the spoon you first stirred with.

 

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Displaying Deviled EggsWhen preparing food, I try to present my dishes as "pretty" as I can with what I have have on hand. Rather than just throwing some delicious deviled eggs on a plate, I line my tray with lettuce, spinach or whatever green I have.

 

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Add Toothpicks to Salt ShakerTo keep salt from caking in your salt shaker, put a few toothpicks in. You will never have to tap your salt shaker again before using.

 

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Crust Cover from Metal Pie PlateAfter wasting countless strips of aluminum foil just to cover my pie crusts when baking, I tried cutting up an old aluminum pie pan to place over my pie crusts while baking. It worked!

 

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Cooking Chicken Livers Without SplatteringDo you love to eat chicken livers, but hate the mess they make while cooking? Before cooking, poke the livers with a fork a few times, this will stop them from "Popping", and splattering oil all over the place.

 

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Make a Spice Bag with a Coffee FilterI am in the process of making pear butter this week and will be making pumpkin butter next week. My recipe said to place the spices in cloth and tie to make a spice bag. I didn't have any "cheese cloth" so I used a coffee filter and tied it with thread.

 

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Browning Flour for GravyThe key to having appealing looking brown gravy, rather than pale gravy, is to brown the flour you use to thicken the gravy. Brown the flour in a skillet before adding liquid.

 

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Fixing a Tough Cooked RoastI made a slow cooked brisket in the oven yesterday - still came out a bit too chewy. I put it into the crockpot overnight on low with the gravy and will run it longer if required, but that's one cut of meat that won't be wasted.

 

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Reuse Healthy Choice Steamer BasketsIf you are trying to eat healthier and steam vegetables in your microwave, a bowl from Healthy Choice steamers works well time after time. You will also be recycling at the same time. I love not having to drag out my strainer all the time.

 

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Make Meatballs From Leftover MeatloafI always have left over meat loaf. After it cools, I roll into one inch meat balls. I put 12-14 meat balls into a freezer bag.

 

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Prevent Soggy Crusts for Cream PiesTo prevent crust from becoming soggy with cream pie, sprinkle crust with powered sugar.

 

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Making Great TeaMy parents worked in the tea industry way before I was around, so I trust them more than any other source when it comes to making great tea. My father is of Persian descent, my mother of Japanese, and we come from England. These regions are all culturally very heavily tea-based, so my tips here will cover more than just black tea.

 

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Eggs That Crack While BoilingIf you have an egg that cracks while boiling all you have to do is add a little vinegar to the water and it will help the shell to seal so your egg will still be good.

 

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Use Yogurt Instead Of Milk For Breakfast CerealTry mixing breakfast cereal with yogurt instead of milk for a nice change. I like to even match up flavors, the caramel pecan cereals mixed with caramel or vanilla yogurt is one of my favorites. It's even good with the plain yogurt, plus you also get the benefit of the good bacteria from it.

 

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Freeze Cracker or Cookie CrumbsTo save money and not waste cookies, take left over animal crackers, graham crackers, teddy grams, etc. and grind them up. I then measure them into baggies, 1 cup at a time, and freeze the bags. To use in recipes, pie crusts, 7 layer bars, etc.

 

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Easy Dinner MuffinsMy aunt used to make these dinner muffins. A cup of self rising flour, one Tbsp. of mayonnaise, and a half cup of milk. Just mix and bake at 350 degrees F until light brown on top. Makes six muffins, just enough for dinner. You can't taste the mayo at all.

 

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Cooking Bacon in the MicrowaveWhen cooking bacon in the microwave use your kitchen scissors to cut the slices in half. This allows you to arrange the bacon on the plate so that none of it hangs over the edges, causing a greasy mess.

 

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Cook Bacon In Toaster OvenI use my toaster oven to cook bacon. I can make other foods while the bacon cooks and the timer keeps me from burning it!

 

A container of flour being stored in the freezer.

Store Flour in FreezerFreezing flour for 24 hours will kill any larvae, saving you a lot of work getting rid of pantry moths.

 

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Cooking Stems of Broccoli and Hearts of CabbageWhen you are cooking broccoli, trim and peel if necessary the broccoli stems, then cut them, and add them to your boiling water. Allow them to cook until they are almost fork tender before adding the florets.

 

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Vent Pies With Drinking StrawsCut drinking straws into short lengths and insert through slits in pie crust to prevent juice from running over in the oven and permit steam to escape.

 

Measuring from a Small Container

Measuring from a Small ContainerMaybe I'm the only one that has done this, but when measuring a cup of flour from this small bag, I have been doing it in the bag and it was hard. I finally figured out a better way to do it.

 

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Great Fudge Making TipGreat Fudge Making Tip. Fudge is easier to cut if you first remove it from the pan. You can do this with a little preparation ahead of time. Butter your pan, and then lay a strip of waxed paper across the pan about 4 - 6 inches wide and long enough to stick out over the edge on each side.

 

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Prefilling Coffee FiltersMy fiance came home one day and got out the coffee, filters and canister. He said he was in line at 7-11 and noticed the attendant filling up the coffee filters then stacking them aside.

 

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Preventing Lumps in PolentaIn the directions for cooking polenta, it says "add cornmeal to boiling water very slowly to avoid clumping". My mother taught me another way when I was a youngster.

 

Individual portions of baked beans that have been frozen.

Freezing Baked BeansI was made privy to a tip from a man who used to work for B&M Baked Beans. He told me you could freeze them. I bought a big #10 can and dived them up into zip bags. Sure enough, they heat up like you just took them out of the can.

 

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Prevent Mold on Cheese with VinegarIf you are like me and prefer to purchase a "chunk" of cheese instead of already shredded cheese, this tip is for you.

 

Easiest Gingerbread Man Reindeer Cookies

Easiest Gingerbread Man Reindeer CookiesGet more bang out of your gingerbread buck by simply turning the men upside down and decorating as a reindeer! Use other common holiday candies as decoration.

 

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Freezing Costco MuffinsOur kids really like Costco muffins, but I find that we have a hard time using them up before they go bad. When we buy them, I immediately cut them in half, put them in a Ziploc bag, and freeze them. They are easy to defrost either ahead of time in the refrigerator or more quickly in the microwave.

 

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Add Broccoli Slaw to MeatloafA dear friend of mine and I agree - we never make meatloaf in quite the same way twice. The last time I made it, I added one cup Brocco-Slaw per pound of meat, along with all the other ingredients.

 

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Wooden Spoon When Cooking FudgeWhen making fudge, use a wooden spoon not metal. Heat from the fudge will go to the spoon and it takes longer for the fudge to come to the right stage.

 

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Use an Old Freezer as a PantrySomeone gave us a huge used upright freezer. It worked fine, but I didn't really need THAT much freezer space and it needed to be defrosted way too often for me.

 

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Keeping Pies from Spilling OverIf you have trouble with pies going over while they bake and making a big mess in your oven all you have to do is sprinkle a little powdered lemon-flavored gelatin on the top crust. It helps it not to bubble over that way.

 

Leftovers in Cool Whip Bowl

Cool Whip Bowls for LeftoversMaking meals for my family usually leaves me with leftovers. I use my stock pile of Cool Whip bowls to keep the leftovers in the fridge. I can also write what's inside on the lid or the side.

 

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Save on Ground BeefI have been shocked at how expensive ground beef has been lately. But I found a way around the higher prices! At my supermarket, ground beef is $2.69 per pound. So a 4 pound pack is $10.76. BUT, When I go to the freezer section, a 4 pound box of frozen hamburger patties is only $6.99 for the box.

 

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Use Potato Masher as a Pastry CutterWhile visiting my sister last week, she wanted to try a new recipe I brought along. It called for cutting/blending butter and flour. Since she did not have a pastry blender, we were going to use the method using two knives.

 

Finding Old Weight Watchers Programs

Finding Old Weight Watchers ProgramsA number of posters are asking for information on the old Weight Watchers Exchange Program from the 80s. eBay has listings for the Weight Watchers Quick Start PLUS Program Cookbook. Same as mine from 1986, it lists all the information from the Exchange Program.

 

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Store Brown Sugar In FridgeTo keep brown sugar soft, keep it in a covered container in the refrigerator. You can also put a small piece of bread in the container, and this will keep the brown sugar soft. Don't ask me why this works, but it does.

 

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Make Cornbread In A Sandwich MakerJiffy Muffin mix will make two batches in a sandwich maker and doesn't crumble like the baked in the muffin tins. By Syd

 

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Keeping Coffee Grounds out of the PotI've been having problems with coffee filters collapsing and letting grounds into the coffee pot, plus gunking up the filter basket. The following solution has worked well for me and I haven't had a problem since...

 

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Add Breadcrumbs To Thicken SauceEveryone hates runny sauce. To thicken it up add bread crumbs to it. It will thicken it up and if you use the seasoned one's they will add character to your sauce. Enjoy! - Jacqueline

 

Free Flowing Frozen Peppers

Coffee Filter for Freezing Chopped Bell...Where I live, bell peppers can be rather expensive. I buy them only when they are on sale. I wash them, chop them, then spread them on a cookie sheet.

 

A bowl of separated bananas.

Extend the Shelf Life of BananasWhen you get home from grocery shopping, separate all the bananas from the bunch and place in a bowl or basket. By doing this, it will slow down the ripening process.

 

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Make a Seed Sprouter for SaladsSprouting jars are about $20 in your local healthfood store. Instead, pick up either a sheet or a pre-cut plastic needlepoint canvas from your local dollar or craft store and cut them to fit the top your Mason jar and screw on with the canning ring.

 

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Add Vegetable Oil to Hard Boiled EggsWhen you boil eggs, put a tablespoon of vegetable oil in the water. This makes them easier to peel, because the shells are porous and a tiny bit of oil is absorbed

 

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Too Much Liquid in Stew?Sometimes I have added too much liquid to my homemade stew. If I don't have time to simmer the stew, to reduce the liquid, I add about a quarter cup or so of instant oatmeal.

 

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DIY Cooking Oil SprayEver notice how cans of cooking oil sprays end up empty so quickly? They are costly for how much actual oil they have in them. They also have quite a few additives. You can make your own at home two ways.

 

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Storing Bread in the RefrigeratorI use to throw away so much bread because it would get moldy. My kitchen stays warm even in the winter months. I now store it in the refrigerator and have ended the mold issues. The bread stays fresh and have had no problems.

 

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Mashed Potatoes from Oven Chips (Fries)I did this initially when I ran out of fresh potatoes, and it worked really well - you place the chips in a saucepan of water, and boil as you would potato that you'd just peeled and cut up.

 

Cut Pineapple

How to Peel a PineappleThis is a great way to peel a pineapple. By doing it this way you save more of the fruit, rather then wasting it by cutting in too deep, it also looks nice cut into slices.

 

Sealing Food Packaging with a Drinking Straw

Sealing Food Packaging with a Drinking StrawHere's another way of using a drinking straw to seal a plastic cellophane bags. Grab 2 straws and clean them. Cut one vertically from top to bottom. The second one should be placed on the plastic cellophane bag and then fold the top over once.

 

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Substitute for Rice CrispiesYou can make marshmallow treats with any kind of cold cereals you might have on hand, not just with crisped rice cereal.

 

Sharpen Your Vegetable Peeler

Sharpen Your Vegetable PeelerVegetable peelers go dull rather fast. I spent many, many years just tossing them out and buying new ones. I wish I learned this trick when I first moved out on my own:

 

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Softening MarshmallowsIf you have marshmallows that have gotten old, stale, and hard all you have to do to make them soft again is to place them in a resealable plastic bag with a slice of bread. Let them stand until soft, which usually takes 1 or 2 days. Then you can remove the bread and the marshmallows should be soft again. By Robin

 

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Pam or Non-stick Spray on Pizza PansSpray your pizza pans with Pam or non stick spray anytime you use them. I use it with frozen pizzas, homemade pizzas, basically anything that has the potential of sticking to the pan. By Tracy Fuller

 

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Eating Moldy CheeseMoldy cheese is still safe to eat. Just cut away the mold.

 

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Ginger for the HolidaysGinger is great for your health and home. With the holidays and cold season approaching it's time to stock up on some ginger. For your winter supply of ginger, here's a list of items to keep on hand.

 

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Add Sugar To Bread StuffingI would not eat stuffing because I don't like onions. The first dinner I had with my new in-laws was Thanksgiving. When my mother-in-law set the big bowl of stuffing on the table, I thought it looked so good and smelled so good that I sampled it.

 

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