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    How to Open a Can without Can Opener

    by  • February 20, 2014 • Uncategorized

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    Advertisement: This is a really useful video! Imagine you’re hungry and tired in the middle of the woods. You’re reaching to your backpack to finally eat that can of soup or tuna salad AND your can opener; Suddenly you realize you’ve forgot your can opener in the last minute. That has happened to me...

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    Energy Drinks Linked to at Least 5 Deaths

    by  • February 12, 2014 • Uncategorized

    Energy Drinks Linked to at Least 5 Deaths

    Since 2004 five deaths have occurred that were linked to energy drinks according to government records. The FDA does not regulate these drinks as they are labeled as dietary supplements, not soda. Colas and coffees are regulated as to the amount of caffeine by the FDA. According to Mayo Clinic there are 80 mg...

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    10 Things You Should Not Refrigerate

    by  • October 10, 2013 • Uncategorized

    10 Things You Should Not Refrigerate

    Certain items are at their prime when stored at room temperature. 1. Hot Sauce It can live happily in the pantry for up to three years. 2. Potatoes Refrigeration adversely affects their flavor, so store in the pantry in paper bags (plastic bags trap moisture and speed decay). Most varieties should last three weeks....

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    8 Celebrities Who Battled Eating Disorders

    by  • September 24, 2013 • Uncategorized

    8 Celebrities Who Battled Eating Disorders

    1.    Actress Lucy Hale, 23, the well known face from “Pretty Little Liars” once told Cosmopolitan that she used to have an eating disorder. In the magazine she said that she had never talked about this openly, but she would go days without eating. At times she used to eat some fruits and then...

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    Spices May Contain Salmonella

    by  • September 22, 2013 • Uncategorized

    Spices May Contain Salmonella

    A dash of pepper can take the bland out of any meal—but before you sprinkle on the spice, you should know this: Some imported spices may contain salmonella, according to a new study published in the journal Food Microbiology. In the three-year study, conducted by the United States Food and Drug Administration, researchers collected...

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    Some Interesting Facts About Cheese

    by  • September 19, 2013 • Uncategorized

    Some Interesting Facts About Cheese

    Cheese is one of the most loved and consumed food around the world. It is a general term which is used to describe various milk based products. Here are some of the facts that you probably didn’t know about cheese. Fact 1 There is no exact information regarding the origin of cheese however archaeological...

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    14 Natural and Bizarre Basic Home Remedies

    by  • May 31, 2013 • Uncategorized

    If you have ever burned your tongue or found yourself with an unshakeable case of hiccups, here is a list of natural and home remedies that may help you next time. Foot Odor – Vodka Apparently vodka is not only for drinking but may also help you with this smelly situation. This is because alcohol...

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    Mama Steph’s Calzones

    by  • March 30, 2013 • healthy foods, Uncategorized

    I don’t make traditional calzones, I make them how we like them, there is a little bit of sauce, and I use homemade pie crust rather than pizza crust as I like it thinner. They are delicious, and lower in fat than traditional fare. The great thing about this is, you control what’s in...

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