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I know exactly what you're talking about. When I used to drink those sugary, icy drinks I would try to warm them in my hands and drink them slowly, but usually I wasn't slow enough and there was some residue in the bottom. I haven't had a drink like that in a while, and I don't intend to (less sugar in my diet), but I'm going to suggest an approach I haven'...


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Consider using a garlic press. You can exert tremendous pressure on the contents to squeeze most liquid from the contents. They are quite inexpensive, easily cleaned, and last many years. HACK: Use a small disk filter (made from the paper from a tea bag) to help you keep the saturated herb particles from being pushed out through the holes at the bottom of ...


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