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The Jae il Bae 'COOK' Faucet Splits #Water Usage into Just the Right Amounts

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Water Vigilance and Measure. Cook Faucet is a 2012 iF Design Talents Winner.

Save money by regrowing these 10 foods that regrow in water without dirt. Perfect if you don't have room for a garden & trying to save a few bucks! Regrow lettuce, regrow celery... regrow vegetables with one of the best budget tips of the year, and easy for anyone to do!

How to Regrow Food in Water: 10 Foods that Regrow Without Dirt

10 Foods that Regrow in Water Alone without Dirt - Save space and money! Regrow lettuce, celery and all kinds of vegetables. - My Cool Garden

What's the key to improvising a smoothie? What exactly is in season year-round? Err, how many cups of water per cup of grains is it again? If these questions plague you every time you are in the kitchen, allow these infographics to help troubleshoot your frequently asked kitchen questions. Pin away for safekeeping!

14 Pins to Make Your Life Better in the Kitchen

What's the key to improvising a smoothie? What exactly is in season year-round? Err, how many cups of water per cup of grains is it again? If these questions plague you every time you are in the kitchen, allow these infographics to help troubleshoot your

You know the nice, sweet, thick Teriyaki sauce you get from your favorite takeout joint? Now you can have it at home.

Restaurant Teriyaki Sauce

Restaurant Teriyaki sauce recipe that I found after realizing I was out of the store bought. I won't be buying it from the store in the future.

If you have pots or pans with burnt bits, add water and cream of tartar or baking soda to the pot/pan and bring to a boil. Let it set for a couple of minutes and then use a good scrubber—the burnt bits should come off.—mccaitlinRead more here.

17 Smart And Practical Cleaning Tricks Our Readers Actually Swear By

If you have pots or pans with burnt bits, add water and cream of tartar or baking soda to the pot/pan and bring to a boil. Let it set for a couple of minutes and then use a good scrubber—the burnt bits should come off.—mccaitlinRead more here.

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