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E- Cookbooks

E- Cookbooks

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Published by: akhmad74 on Aug 29, 2009
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− A solution of 1 tablespoon baking soda to 1 quart warm water will
remove most "off" odors from plastic storage containers. Simply
give them a thorough dip in the soda solution, rinse with fresh
water, and dry.

− Save all kinds of leftover bread, bagels, baguettes, sandwich
loaves, rolls, crackers, biscuits, and buzz to very fine crumbs
in the food processor. Freeze in self−sealing plastic bags and
use for stuffings and toppings.

− To keep milk past it's expiration date add salt. A pinch of salt in
a gallon will do it. The salt slows the rate of bacteria growth.

− When broiling at home (i.e. using an oven that has a broil setting),
be sure to leave the door open a little bit, otherwise your oven will
contain too much heat and your food will overcook.

− To hull strawberries, use a sturdy plastic straw. Push it up through
the bottom of the strawberry and through the top. It does a great
job quickly and neatly. The berries look excellent if you want to
leave them whole.

− At your next party, chill your canned and bottled beverages by
putting in top load washer and covering with ice. After you have
removed all the drinks just spin out the water.

− A high quality hard boiled egg slicer makes easy work of slicing
mushrooms for sauces or salads; it will also slice strawberries
and peeled kiwi fruits perfectly.

− To make deviled eggs with no mess put eggs yolks from hard boiled
eggs in a plastic sandwich bag. Add remaining ingredients, close bag
and mix. When finished cut small tip off corner of bag and squeeze
into hollowed egg white, then simply throw away the bag.



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