Make the Perfect Bread Without Yeast

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Are you standing in the kitchen with a bag of flour, a plan to make bread, and no packet of yeast in sight? Don’t fret. We came up with the perfect no-yeast bread. Make a nice light and flavorful sandwich bread without yeast by following this recipe.
You will need:
3 cups of flour
1 tablespoon of sugar
1 tablespoon of vinegar
2 teaspoons of baking powder
2 teaspoons of baking soda
1 teaspoon of salt
1 and ½ cups of milk
¼ cup of softened butter
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Mix the dry and wet ingredients separately and then stir them together until they form a uniform dough. Place that in a greased pan and put it into the oven for 45-55 minutes until golden brown. Wait until the bread is completely cool before slicing. Enjoy!

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Use a Potato to Remove Rust From a Pan

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Did you know that raw potatoes contain an acid that can dissolve rust? You may never be able to look at a potato the same way again. Just slice this root vegetable in half and start rubbing the surface of the pan with it. If you need extra scrubbing power to remove rust from a pan, use the outside of the potato to take advantage of the rough skin or add some salt to scrub away serious rust. Let it sit for ten minutes, give a final scrub, and then wash the pan as usual. The rust will be gone.

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Use a Kitchen Glove to Open Stuck Jars in an Instant

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Are there jars that just make you want to scream or completely change your plan on what’s for dinner? If you have already tried sheer force, running it under hot water, or the very questionable banging of that glass jar against something when trying to open stuck jars, here’s a trick that will always work. Just find a kitchen glove (we know there is one somewhere in the kitchen), put it on, and then grab that lid to open stuck jars. The rubber surface will give you a much more secure grip, making jar opening a breeze.

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Frozen Banana Snacks – A Refreshing and Healthy Treat

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While frozen banana snacks are almost always coated in chocolate, they don’t have to be. However, if you like frozen bananas covered in chocolate, please don’t let us stop you! For this refreshing treat, we’re keeping it simple. Take a ripe to very ripe banana and slice it in to bite-sized slices. For Home Hacks bonus points, check out our hack on how to cut bananas without a cutting board and you won’t even dirty a cutting board in the process. Be sure to slice the banana and not just freeze it with the peal on (trying to extract the frozen banana from the frozen peal is a real challenge). Take your slices and put them into a ziploc bag. Gently remove whatever air you can from the bag as you seal it up to avoid condensation and ice crystals. The next time you’re looking for a tasty treat on a hot day, reach for your frozen banana snacks (and a chocolate bar if needed).

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Need to Roast Coffee Without a Roaster? Use a Popcorn Popper

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Want the smell of freshly roasted coffee beans to fill your kitchen but don’t want to invest in an expensive home coffee roasting system? To roast coffee without a roaster, just get some green coffee beans and throw them into your popcorn popper. Seriously! Measure out approximately ¼ cup of green coffee beans, place them in the popper, put the lid on, and turn the machine on. Within about four minutes, you should start to hear popping noises and get that distinct coffee aroma. In another minute or so, it should start to smell smokey. You can turn the popcorn popper off at this point for a light roast, or let it continue up to another two minutes for a dark roast. After that, just wait until the beans are cool to the touch, grind them, and make your perfect cup of coffee. That’s all you need to roast coffee without a roaster!

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How to Reheat Rice in the Microwave For Tasty and Moist Rice

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How to reheat rice in the microwave doesn’t seem like it should be a secret or require a home hack. However, if you have ever heated up your leftover Chinese takeout food the next day and have bitten into crunchy rice, you know the issue. Microwaved rice just has a way of tasting crunchy, and not deliciously moist like when it was fresh. Fear not intrepid takeout fans! We’ll provide an ancient secret hack to illuminate how to reheat rice in the microwave for maximum moist, tastiness. OK, so maybe it’s not an ancient secret. Simply fill a shot glass with a small amount of water (filtered water is best). Place it next to your bowl of rice. Ideally you want your rice in a flatter container so lots of surface is exposd. Then hit the nuke button. Assuming you have enough rice to cook long enough, the water in the shot glass should steam up the rice and minimize the crunchy factor. Still not moist enough? Stir the rice, add a bit more water to the shot glass if it is empty, and repeat once more. You now know how to reheat rice in the microwave like a takeout pro!

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