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Mackenzie Moore 23m
Don't have buttermilk? If you have Greek yogurt on hand, it makes a great substitute.
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Westpoint Naturals 18h
How about a little DIY at home this weekend? Make your own protein-packed using chickpeas, beet powder, tahini and your favourite seasonings. Smear it on breads or crackers for the most energizing snack ever!
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Water Specialist Dec 7
Cooking with soft water will help ensure that the taste of your food is free from minerals. Soft and pure water also helps ingredients stay true to their flavour for the perfect holiday dinner.
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Ultra Cookery Dec 14
Milk is a thief; it boils too slow when you are watching over. But spills in a second when you are distracted. Not anymore! we have got this simple hacks for you!
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MyCookery Zone Dec 10
from @kadinesouppot - Want to cook brown rice quickly? Solution: soak it overnight or for at least 4hrs. Nutty brown rice can take a long time to cook until tender, so speed up the process by soaking it in water overnight or for at least …
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Chicken Squad Dec 10
Want to know how to cook the perfect chicken? With this handy chart, you can be the talk of the town!
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nic Dec 14
Can anyone help plz?.my rocky road turned out like chocolate fudge, a big sloppy chocolate fudge.. what can I make with it now..can I turn It into something?.
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ERA SE Coastal 20h
Whether or not pineapple belongs on pizza, it definitely belongs on ham.
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BSF 22h
Wanna cook like a pro? Check out these tips from world-renowned chef and advocate ​ for a better broiled fish!
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Carol Kerr Welch 22h
Leftover rice is often used in recipes like this because it gets crispier in a skillet.
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Crystal Kilpatrick Dec 15
This dinner dish doesn't have to take multiple dishes just to cook.
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mustard.co.uk Dec 15
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Farmers Insurance - Luke Beazley Dec 14
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Rachael Fulcher - State Farm Insurance Agent Dec 14
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MKR Specialty Insurance Brokerage, Inc. Dec 12
Believe it or not, most knife accidents are caused by a dull blade.
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Mike Gibbs, ChFC - State Farm Insurance Agent Dec 12
When was the last time you sharpened your knives?
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THOMAS CIZEK Dec 12
You can find a sharpening stone in many kitchen and department stores, as well as online!
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Hera Tong Gutierrez Dec 12
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Anchal Cooking Oil Dec 10
Tip for a perfect Besan Ka Cheela for, morning breakfast. Health aur swaad.
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Sanket Garde Dec 8
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