Conserve Energy with your Appliances

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Your home is probably full of appliances that you need for daily use, and they most likely require a great deal of energy to run. Excessive energy use is not good for the environment, and it also jacks up that dreaded electricity bill. Some of this energy cost is of course unavoidable, but there are simple changes you can make to decrease it. Continue reading to learn some basic tips to reduce your energy costs! Continue reading

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Learn to Microwave like a Pro

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Are you an avid microwave user? This is an extremely common appliance, and can be a very handy cooking tool. However, many people do not know that there are some elements of using a microwave that can be tricky, and some important things to keep in mind when making food in one. Continue reading to see some tips on using your microwave! Continue reading

Clean Your Sponge and Kill Harmful Bacteria – 3 Easy Ways

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Question, what gets dirtier the more it cleans? A sponge, and in this case the kitchen sponge. It is never thought of when cleaning the dishes because most people assume it’s clean since its job is to clean; however, research shows that sponges can be dirtier than the toilet seat based on how much bacteria can accumulate overtime. If sponges are left soaking after cleaning, bacteria can begin to grow. Below are some cleaning tips to make sure that the sponge is clean while it’s cleaning.

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Why Won’t My Microwave Turntable Turn?

The glass tray in a microwave is supposed to do one thing-turn. But what are you supposed to do if it doesn’t? Keep reading to troubleshoot why your turntable in your microwave isn’t turning, and how to fix it. Continue reading

Microwave Cooking Hacks

Microwave Cooking Hacks

Use your microwave oven for more than reheating leftovers and making popcorn with these cooking hacks.

Chop onions without tears

Cut off the ends of an onion and microwave it on full power for 30 seconds.

Dry fresh herbs

If your recipe calls for dry herbs and you only have fresh, microwave your fresh herbs on top of a paper towel for Continue reading