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Food savers #5359

If you store opened containers of items like cottage cheese upside down in your refrigerator, the contents will remain fresh far longer that if stored right side up because gravity helps keep spores from growing as quickly.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Jul 24, 2007 - pub.:Jul 24, 2007
Like edible sprouts in your salad? #4998

To grow your own follow these tips
Buy untreated seeds at garden centers and health food stores; sprouts can germinate in 4 to 10 days, depending on the type of seeds used. (Alfalfa, radish, chickpea, sesame)
Wash 3 or 4 tablespoons of seeds and soak them in warm water overnight or at least for 8 hours. Drain and store in a jar covered with cheesecloth. Rinse and drain the seeds twice a day and store in a dark place at 70 to 80°. Once the seeds sprout, place the jar in indirect light to allow them to turn green. When sprout reach 1 to 4” long, wash to remove seed coats and serve in your salads. Save the rest in plastic bags in the refrigerator. To keep a new supply, start new seeds every week.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Jan 31, 2007 - pub.:Jan 31, 2007
Handling fish #2353

When filleting or preparing fresh fish, keep a bowl of salt to one side and dip your fingers in regularly, it will help reduce the chance of it slipping.

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Thanks to: Mike Swindlehurst - Bournemouth - United Kingdom - rec.:Mar 13, 2004 - pub.:Apr 21, 2004
Sprouting potatoes? #2566

Put an apple in the bin with the potatoes. It will keep them from sending buds out so quickly.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Jun 21, 2004 - pub.:Jun 21, 2004
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