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These healthier Starbucks drinks will help you cut back on unwanted calories and sugar.
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There are many types of cakes and many ways to store them. Learn how to store your cake so you don't waste a single piece. Plus, learn how not to store cake and glean some tasty cake recipes along the way.
There are so many ways to soften that hardened brick of brown sugar that has been lingering in your cupboard. There are also ways to prevent that. Learn them all here, plus, get some fast and fantastic sweet and savory recipes using beautiful brown sugar. (Also, learn what brown sugar actually is. The answer may surprise you.)
We all have that hardened honey hiding out somewhere in the pantry. Not to worry! There are many ways for you to soften your honey and return it to its original golden, pourable form. Good thing, too, because honey is not cheap! Learn how to de-crystallize honey, plus how to store honey to avoid the hardening.
Steaming is a simple and often quick cooking method. It has the added benefit of helping to preserve the nutritional value of whatever you're serving. Best part is, you don't actually need a steamer to do it. Learn how steaming works and the various hacks you can use to easily start steaming in your kitchen today.
Aside from pesky fruit flies, bananas with brown spots are still totally usable. But exactly how brown is too brown, even for banana bread? Read on to find out the limits of brown bananas, how to use them and, most importantly, when not to use them.
You may ask yourself this question every spring when the strawberries start to pile up at the grocery store and their price per container begins to drop: What do I do if some of the strawberries have mold on them? Well, we've got answers! Read on to find out what to do about moldy strawberries and tips for how to pick the freshest-possible berries.
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Chicken strips, chicken tenders, chicken fingers—whatever you call them, they are one of the most popular foods eaten in American households. Anyone who has ever prepared chicken at home has seen that white, string-like piece hanging from the chicken tender portion of the breast. So, what is it? Read on to find out, plus learn what, if anything, you should do about it.
While rice is one of the most commonly consumed foods in the world, many people don't know the proper way to cool, store and reheat leftover rice in order to avoid foodborne illness. Learn a few quick and easy techniques to continue serving and saving rice safely in your kitchen.
You may ask yourself this question every spring when the strawberries start to pile up at the grocery store and their price per container begins to drop: What do I do if some of the strawberries have mold on them? Well, we've got answers! Read on to find out what to do about moldy strawberries and tips for how to pick the freshest-possible berries.
Chicken strips, chicken tenders, chicken fingers—whatever you call them, they are one of the most popular foods eaten in American households. Anyone who has ever prepared chicken at home has seen that white, string-like piece hanging from the chicken tender portion of the breast. So, what is it? Read on to find out, plus learn what, if anything, you should do about it.
While rice is one of the most commonly consumed foods in the world, many people don't know the proper way to cool, store and reheat leftover rice in order to avoid foodborne illness. Learn a few quick and easy techniques to continue serving and saving rice safely in your kitchen.
We've all done it: bought a bag of spinach with the best of intentions, only to come across it later at the bottom of the crisper—wilted, withered and slimy. Why does spinach get slimy in the first place? And can you salvage the leaves that aren't? Read on to learn all this, plus more.