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Hacks related to objects and activities in the kitchen, including [cleaning] and maintaining utensils, etc.

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A simple approach would be to thaw your freezer more often. By doing that you wont need to leave it off for as long and you wont have as much water to deal with when you do. When you see frost beginn …
answered Jan 12 '15 by apaul
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Depending on the food, you could try a Flambé, basically give the food a healthy splash of alcohol and set it on fire to cook the food the rest of the way. If the food your cooking wouldn't taste rig …
answered Dec 14 '14 by apaul
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You can reseal most plastic packaging by folding the plastic over and gently warming the plastic with an iron, lighter, or hair-dryer. An iron will work best because it will keep the folded edge stra …
answered Dec 29 '14 by apaul
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According to Popular Mechanics the most effective method was using baking soda and water: Baking Soda and Water Directions: Three bottles, 16 tablespoons of baking soda and 32 cups of water …
answered Jan 17 '15 by apaul
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Microwave the bowl of water uncovered in the microwave for 5-10 minutes Let the microwave rest for another few minutes to cool slightly Wipe out the microwave with a kitchen towel Repeat steps 3-5 if …
answered Dec 15 '14 by apaul
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Use a rubber spatula or plate scrapper. When I worked in the restaurant business, one of them claimed that their policy of scrapping down the insides of cans and jars with a rubber spatula saved th …
answered Dec 28 '14 by apaul
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You can use hydrogen peroxide in a spray bottle to kill the mold and then just wipe it away. It is probably worth noting that the mold that you can actually see is very likely the tip of the iceberg. …
answered Dec 20 '14 by apaul