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Extend The Shelf Life Of Fresh Foods

Nobody wants to throw out good food nor toss out food that’s gone bad. The average American household throws away almost a third of the food it buys, but there are things you can do to make sure food stays good longer—even fresh foods such as vegetables and eggs. The first rule of keeping food...
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Cleaning After The Cold or Flu

The flu season is here and there's a good chance someone in your home will become a victim to its agony. Chances are that if one member of your family catches the cold or flu, someone else will be next. But you can minimize that risk with proper cleaning. The good news is that a whole-house...
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Confirm The Temperature Setting Of Your refrigerator

Frosty milk. Spoiling meat. These are indications that your refrigerator is set to the wrong temperature. The FDA recommends keeping your refrigerator at or below 40° F and your freezer 0° F o keep your food fresh longest and prevent foodborne illnesses. To make sure your refrigerator is hitting...
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Dating App Matches Singles Based On Contents Inside Their Refrigerator

There's a dating app for dog lovers, red heads, those of certain religions and even one that matches singles based on the contents inside their refrigerator! Samsung has created the Refrigerdating app , which pairs up those with similar food interests. Users download the app, peep at pictures of...
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Perks Up Droopy Vegetables With This Trick

Nothing can ruin lunch faster than finding your head of lettuce soggy. Or pulling out a droopy bundle of asparagus from the fridge. Vegetables get soggy because when too much moisture evaporates from its semi-solid cells. But you can avoid bendy carrots and limp celery with a simple trick. You need...
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Free Up Space In The Refrigerator With Chopsticks

Real estate inside the refrigerator can be hard to claim. From takeout containers to leftovers, you can quickly run out of room, especially during a party and the holidays. However a simple hack involving chopsticks can virtually double your space. While many containers have lids which allow you to...
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Don't Touch These When Visiting Somebody Else's House

With your social calendar filling up with holiday parties, an etiquette experts offers some advice on what to avoid touching when visiting somebody else's house that you may not be close to or know personally to prevent the embarrassment of participating in a faux pas. The fridge and everything in...
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The Germiest Place In The Refrigerator You're Probably Skipping When Cleaning

Okay, we going to talk about eh grossest spot in your refrigerator that you're probably not cleaning. Now it's not your fault. In fact, your refrigerator is filled with filth! You are constantly introducing new items on its shelves from stores, restaurants and outside gardens. It is one of the few...
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Frost A Cake Like A Pro

Baking a cake is simple. Frosting it can be a challenge. So take a tip from the pros. Beyond waiting for your cake to cool to room temperature before frosting, give it a few hour stay in the refrigerator. Wrap your cake, or its layers individually and put them in the refrigerator for at least a...
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The Potential Dangers Of Cheaper Refrigerator Water Filters

Replacing your refrigerator's water filter is not cheap. With many name-brand filters costing as much as $60 every six months, you've probably sought out cheaper alternatives. The problem is that you have no way of knowing whether the cheaper alternatives actually work. In 2017, U.S. Customs and...
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