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The kitchen is no place to fool around; there’s a risk of getting injured or badly burned. Parents can set rules for kitchen behavior while kids are young. There’s no time like the present to begin teaching your young child kitchen safety rules, including how to behave when cooking. If you have a teen or young person taking on the responsibility of cooking once or twice (or more) a week, then you’ll want to review the old rules. Set some new guidelines if necessary, to keep your young cook focused

There’s no need to throw away these five kitchen staples next time you clean out your pantry.   Do you automatically throw food items out after a certain amount of time? While this is certainly an advisable practice for many food items, you may be surprised to find out that some food will last a lifetime and beyond. Sugar Whether we are talking about honey, pure maple syrup, brown sugar or even powdered white sugar, its shelf life is indefinite. Why? Because sugar in all its forms does not provide

Herbs are easy to grow. Really easy. Like weeds, they’re harder to stop than to grow. A pot, some soil, seeds, and water is all that are needed (well, and someone to keep the cat away from them.) They can be grown in just about any size of pot from a single variety in a small pot to almost any combination in a large pot. A well-lit window or a balcony means growing herbs for the kitchen can be accomplished even in an apartment.

There’s nothing worse than opening your refrigerator and seeing a huge mess. Half the food has gone off, and the thing you’re looking for is tucked away at the back. Maybe your problem is with putting things away rather than taking them out. Either way, a fridge organizer is an excellent idea for anyone who has trouble keeping their fridge organized. Here are the top six fridge organizers.  1. Greenco Fridge Bins Stackable Fridge Organizers With Handles The Greenco Fridge Organizers are our top choice for the best fridge organizers. These

Kitchen scrap gardens are growing plants from items you’d normally throw in your compost bucket. There are four popular ways to cultivate vegetable plants. Including the use of water, pebbles, soil and the most obvious seed. Each method of cultivation works to coax roots from the seed, tuber or taproot. Which will sustain the plants throughout the growing season. Water is the best way to cultivate roots. Starts from tuberous plants such as potatoes as well as fruits that have large pits such as avocado, almonds or olives. 

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