In a recent article, I stated how much I like microfiber cleaning towels. I also have a microfiber mat for drying dishes. Sure, it’s great to have. But is it really better than a dish rack, like many people are claiming? A microfiber dish drying mat or even a microfiber cloth will absorb moisture very well. […]
Most grocery stores tend to sell avocados green. This led to what I found to be a curious bit of advice in a cooking tips article I was reading: Buy your avocados in a Mexican grocery store because they sell them ripe. Does this mean you must buy your avocados ripe?
Your nice shiny stainless steel refrigerator can easily be damaged if you use harsh cleaners or abrasives. Abrasive materials can scratch the surface of your stainless steel appliance. I have some scratches on the front of my fridge. I have no idea how they got there. But another problem is that these stainless steel appliances can develop rust spots. Don’t worry, you can remove them!
Americans throw away half of all their food amounting to $160 billion every year. 77% say they feel guilty about their food waste, but they don’t seem to know how to reduce it. Simply storing food correctly can help to reduce food waste and there’s just a few dos and don’ts you need to know to get the best shelf life from your food. 90% of food is thrown away too soon and a lot of this is down to not understanding the labels on packaging.
While some wellness experts will admit, reluctantly, that sugar does not cause diabetes (all by itself) they will positively jump all over soft drinks, telling you, among all the other evil attributes of soda, that it will give you diabetes. In fact, you may even hear the sugar-free diet soda will give you diabetes. Why […]
Do you have a bottle of aged balsamic vinegar in your cupboard right now? Chances are that if you bought it for five or ten bucks from the grocery store shelf, the bottle of stuff in your cabinet claiming to be balsamic vinegar is not really what it purports to be. In preparation for this article, […]