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How To Estimate Value Of Coins In A Coin Jar

There's an easy way for you to estimate how much money is in your change jar without counting it.
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The Texture Of Your Mug Can Change The Taste Of Coffee

This may sound crazy but you can change the taste of your coffee with the type of mug it is consumed in! Scientists in Brazil say that drinking coffee from a rough cup will leave a bitter after-taste while the same coffee tastes sweeter from a smoother vessel. More than 230 people took part in the...
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To Microwave, Or Not To Microwave!

Microwaves are great for certain purposes, but not for others. More often than not, you’re going to need to put your foods and drinks in something to microwave them and that needs to be deemed "microwave safe." There is virtually no debate that a glass plate, cup or container is the safest to use...
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Punch Up The Flavor Of Fruit With A Splash of Vinegar

Black and white, Ying and yang, Gators and Seminoles. Although they are different, they each need each other for balance. So when it comes to the sweetness of fruits, add some sourness with a splash of vinegar. Believe it or not, a small amount of acid can not only brighten the flavor of your...
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Ratio Chart Helps You Brew The Perfect Cup Of Coffee From The Cheapest Grounds

One of the simplest pleasures in life is the time you have with a really good cup of coffee. However it’s surprisingly hard to find, or make, truly good coffee. While most will say that delicious coffee is all about the beans but you should consider the ratio of coffee to water as the key for a...
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The Most Expensive Cup Of Coffee

People love their coffee and over the past years most places that serve coffee have upped their game. However if you think a $6 Starbucks latte seems like a lot of money to pay for a cup of joe, you may want to hold your chin when you learn of Klatch Coffee Roasters, which has shops from Los...
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Dirtiest Parts Of Your Car

How clean is your car? It's probably not as clean as you think according to a study that swabbed 20 inside parts of a car. Surprisingly the least dirtiest place is the most touched. The steering wheel was one of the most germ-free areas swabbed. In fact the seatbelt button and hand brake were...
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A Reason To Not Stir The Creamer In Your Cup Of Coffee

It's part of your daily routine. Pour coffee in your cup, add some creamer and perhaps a packet of Splenda and mix it all up with a spoon. But what if you skipped the spoon stir altogether? Coffee connoisseur, Joel Kahn, suggest you try it this morning. While you won't have that uniformed color,...
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This Year's Pool Party "Must Have" Are Gigantic Floats!

Spring officially begins a week from today and that means backyard pool parties and afternoons floating down the river are about to begin for another season. This year there has already been a run on the "must have" pool toys. Apparently 10ft by 10ft inflatable pool floats are flying off the...
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Why You Shouldn't Serve Sparking Wine In A Plastic Glass

One way to ruin a good bottle of the bubbly is to serve it in a plastic cup. That's one of the observations scientist have found in studying the bubbles in sparkling wines and champagne. They found out the bubbles behave very differently when not in a traditional glass, becoming bigger and clinging...
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