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Soggy bread #3387

Before freezing bread just put a paper towel in the bread bag, and when the bread thaws it will be free of dampness.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Mar 17, 2005 - pub.:Mar 17, 2005
EGG TIPS #4849

Do you know a fresh egg from a bad one? If you don’t, get a bowl, fill it with water and if it floats then it’s no good. If it sinks then it is good.

Can you tell a fresh egg from a boiled egg? A fresh egg will not spin around but a boiled one will.

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Thanks to: Joey - Dexter - USA. - rec.:Nov 22, 2006 - pub.:Nov 29, 2006
No-Lump Brown Sugar #1328

A piece of apple in your brown sugar jar will prevent the sugar from drying out and lumping.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Apr 4, 2003 - pub.:Apr 4, 2003
Sort of Sneaky But Very Good Tomatoes #4630

When you buy fresh tomatoes from the commercial grocery store they are not always as ripe and fresh as they should be but if you put just a tiny sprinkle of sugar or splenda on them, no one will know the difference. They taste so good that you just know they were just picked as they make your mouth water.

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Thanks to: Joey - USA. - rec.:Jul 19, 2006 - pub.:Sep 25, 2006
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