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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Home management part 30

Cut the first part of the cheese along with the wrapper, remove the cheese and use the wrapper to seal the rest of the cheese. No more dry ends on your cheese!
Cut the mango in halves, grab a glass and use it as a scooper to separate the flesh from the skin. No more wasting mango or getting your hands sticky! Dispose of any old or used medicines.
Don’t leave a room (or home) where the candles burning. Keep them in a safe flame proof containers.
Flush hot water heater and remove sediment. This lengthens the life of the heater to function efficiently.
To make avocados and bananas to be ready faster, put a whole apple next to them .
If your fridge isn’t full, keep a few containers full of water in the empty spaces, water cools down slower than air, helping maintain the surrounding temperature down.
Keep dish towels, pot holders and oven mitts away from the stove.
Make sure food is rotated regularly. Check for expiration dates.
Mark "on" and "off" positions on appliances clearly and with  bright color stickers or labels.
Mix equal amounts of apple-cider vinegar and water into a spray bottle, and use it as a General Cleaner.
Never prolong thawing for more than two hours. If you have a microwave oven, thaw it immediately just before cooking or sitting down to eat.
Pour in some liquid soap in hot water and run your blender to clean your blender.
Scalding can occur from hot steam as well. Be careful when lifting lids from hot food.
Store cooked articles above uncooked ones. Remember to cover all food in the refrigerator in order to stop the aroma from escaping.
Store heavier objects at waist level.
 Store the dried moisture-free vegetables before storing them in the fridge.
To get the leftover pizza crispy again put it in a skillet and let the oil in the crust return it into crispy goodness, or put it in the microwave with a glass of water.
To clean the grill, use half an onion and scrub mildly.
To keep the bananas to last for a long time, separately wrap each of their stem with a plastic wrapper.
To remove scents of foods from your hands, rub them together with ground coffee and then wash.
To remove the white deposits in your kettle fill it with water and, put in a teaspoon of citric acid (aka “lemon salt”) and set it to boil. Repeat the process for stubborn deposits.
Use a kettle with an automatic shut off.
Use a piece of bread to catch the pieces of glass and spare your fingers.
Wrap bananas with plastic wrap to keep a bunch fresher longer.
 Wrap celery and broccoli in aluminum foil to keep it airtight.

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