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  1. How to perfectly burn a candle

    How to perfectly burn a candle

    How to perfectly burn a candle
    Candles add great ambiance to a room no matter what time of year. However, that glowing beauty is never more important than it is added as part of our holiday decor. This year, don’t let those sweet smelling candles ruin your holiday cheer with unsightly soot marks and uneven-burning wax. Here’s how to properly burn a candle every time. 1...
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  2. How to tell if soy milk is expired

    How to tell if soy milk is expired

    How to tell if soy milk is expired
    If you assume that soy milk can never go bad because it contains no dairy, you might want to read on. Many assume because soy milk is plant-based, it will stay safe for years. You might not even hesitate to grab the opened soy milk carton that sat out on the counter overnight. But is this really safe? Does soy...
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  3. How to prevent freezer burn

    How to prevent freezer burn

    How to prevent freezer burn
    Freezer burn can zap your delicious of all of its flavor in no time. This condition occurs when air pulls water to the surface of the food, causing the rest of it to become dehydrated. The flavor changes and foods can begin to smell bad even when they’re frozen. Gross!  Of course, making food ahead of time and freezing it...
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  4. Here’s how to properly store your condiments

    Here’s how to properly store your condiments

    Here’s how to properly store your condiments
    Have you ever been to someone else’s house and wondered why they keep their peanut butter in the fridge, or questioned why their soy sauce had been sitting out on the counter? Well, some of these choices can be preference — after all, some people like cold Hershey's syrup ready for their chocolate milk. But that doesn’t mean every condiment absolutely...
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  5. How to clean a burnt pot or pan

    How to clean a burnt pot or pan

    How to clean a burnt pot or pan
    We’ve all been there. You get distracted on your phone or simmer that steak just a bit too long, and now you’re left with dark char marks on your pretty pan. There’s an easy way to eliminate those unsightly spots without having to scrub for hours. After some experimentation and research on removing stuck on food — like, really, truly stuck...
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  6. 8 reasons soy candles are a better choice than paraffin wax candles

    8 reasons soy candles are a better choice than paraffin wax candles

    8 reasons soy candles are a better choice than paraffin wax candles
    At most dinner gatherings, you can usually find smiling faces, delicious food and a table glowing with gorgeous candlelight. But most people are in the dark about what those common paraffin wax candles contain. Companies are not required to list candle ingredients (comparable to food and drink manufacturers), so most people never consider their contents. But by lighting that wick, you are letting...
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  7. How to make slow cooker caramelized onions

    How to make slow cooker caramelized onions

    How to make slow cooker caramelized onions
    Caramelizing onions presents a problem for most home cooks. You want to get dinner out on the table quickly, and caramelizing onions — really caramelizing them well — takes more time than you're willing to invest. Solve that weeknight dilemma by whipping up a huge batch of them in your slow cooker, and never let your pastas, soups, pizzas or...
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  8. How to make and can crock pot applesauce

    How to make and can crock pot applesauce

    How to make and can crock pot applesauce
    Once you make your own homemade applesauce, you’ll wonder why more folks don’t do the same. It’s way better than anything store bought and barely takes any effort at all. Plus, you’ll have lots of applesauce to use throughout the year for snacks and side dishes. Pull out a jar and serve as an accompaniment to your roasted chicken. Cook...
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  9. How to Clean a Knife Block

    How to Clean a Knife Block

    How to Clean a Knife Block
    Your floors, fridge, counter tops and even oven make in on to your regular cleaning checklist, but there’s one surface in your kitchen you have probably never even touched. Consider your knife block. Sure, your knives are clean when you stow them in the slots, but dust and other debris can accumulate in these small spaces anyway. Despite our usual...
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  10. Mastering perfectly cook rice

    Mastering perfectly cook rice

    Mastering perfectly cook rice
    It’s one of the most commonly consumed foods in the world. It’s also seemingly one of the simplest to make. So how is it that we are still perplexed over how to make a perfect pot of rice? Sure, you can purchase a rice cooker, but that will run you from $30 to $200. And unless you’re cooking rice every...
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