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Make Your Own Slime

The good news is creating your own slime is pretty easy.
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Tortillas 101: Which Are Healthier For You?

Many people assume that tortillas are a healthier choice than bread. But are they?
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Chefs Unveil What They Avoid When Eating Outside Their Restaurant

Chefs unveil some of the secrets of commercial kitchens.
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Texting Program That Turns Ingredient You Have Into A Recipe

Cook Magic is a text-based recipe bot that can turn any ingredient you have at home into a delicious recipe.
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Make Your Own Sidewalk Chalk

Instead of heading to the store to buy sidewalk chalk, make it yourself with the kids!
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Herb And Spice Swaps When You Are Out Of One

Many food ingredients can be substituted and swapped out for others with virtually no difference in the taste of food and perhaps resulting in a surprisingly delicious outcome.
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Pump Up Your Pumpkin Seeds

Halloween is on its way and for many the traditions of carving a jack-o-lantern include roasting the seeds from the freshly carved pumpkin. While seasoning roasted pumpkin seeds with nothing but butter and salt is classic, but if you’re craving something more, it’s quite easy to take them in...
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Sack A Stinky Sink With These Hacks

You tend to blame the garbage can for a smelly kitchen or bathroom but many times it's the sink that is guilty of causing a foul stench. So here are some simply DIY hacks to rid the stink from your sink! Soak your sink. Many times dirt and grime from food, beauty products and toothpaste can become...
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Is It Okay To Use Hand Soap To Wash Dishes?

At one time or another you've had to improvise in the kitchen. Dirty dishes have piled up and you have run out of dish soap. So you give your hand soap bottle a couple of pumps into a sponge and get to scrubbing. But is hand soap effective and more importantly safe for washing dishes? Soap is soap...
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Make A Healthier Mac N' Cheese

When you think of a comfort food, mac and cheese ranks near the top of the list. Tender macaroni swimming in creamy cheese is as close to heaven as you can get. However it is notoriously high in fat, calories, and salt. But by making a couple of adjustments, you can make mac and cheese a bit...
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