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How to Cook Oxtails in a Crockpot LEAFtv

Details: Cooking oxtails in a Crock-Pot is the ideal way to turn this tough, old-fashioned cut into some of the best beef you've ever tasted. After they've simmered for hours, the oxtails become tender and lush, like pot roast, and are perfect for soup, stew or tacos.

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How to Make Pineapple Extract LEAFtv

Details: Alcohol extractions provide the simplest way to distill just about any fruit to its essence -- but pineapple isn't just any fruit. Pineapple contains bromelain, a protease tenderizer. Normally a little bromelain isn't a problem -- it works wonders on tough meat -- but in doughs and batters,

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How to Soften Licorice LEAFtv

Details: Like many soft candies, licorice can quickly become hard and inedible if it is left in the open air or left too long in the wrapper after it was produced. You can soften licorice after it becomes stale by applying heat evenly to the candy, though this method often only works once. More than one

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How to Make the Alcoholic Drink Hooch LEAFtv

Details: The classic hooch alcoholic drink, also known as prison wine and pruno, is not recommended for human consumption. But despite the unsavory reputation of hooch, you can make your own version that's safe to drink by using a fruit wine recipe and your favorite fruits, vegetables or herbs.

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How to Improve the Texture of Wiry Grey Hair LEAFtv

Details: While gray hair lacks pigmentation, it is still healthy hair that will respond to common haircare products and routines. The same genetic and hormonal changes that cause hair to lose its pigmentation, also cause the sebaceous (oil-producing) glands at the base of the hair follicle to become less productive.

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How to Extract Pine Tree Essential Oil LEAFtv

Details: It may seem like a daunting task, but extracting pine tree essential oil is actually a pretty simple process. Even better, when you make your own essential oils, you not only save money by eliminating the need to purchase costly store bought alternatives, but you also ensure that the oil is fresh

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How to Substitute Butter for Vegetable Oil When Baking a

Details: Butter is an easy substitute for vegetable oil in cake, and it usually provides a notable upgrade in flavor as well. Butter is a solid fat, and oil is a liquid, so you'll need to melt the butter first and let it cool to room temperature before you try to incorporate it into the batter.

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How to Get the Saltiness Out of Cooked Meat LEAFtv

Details: If your cooked meat is too salty, soak it in water to draw out the salt. Soak heavily salted meat up to 72 hours and less salty meat 10 to 12 hours. To reduce the saltiness of meat dishes, add more unsalted ingredients, water or cream, or balance out the salt with sugar, lemon juice or vinegar.

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How to Decarbonate Soda LEAFtv

Details: Decarbonating a soda is as simple as opening it and giving it time to go flat. A flat soda has no more carbon dioxide trapped within it. Shake the soda, keep it at room temperature or heat it up in a pan over low heat to help decarbonate the drink quickly. Stirring also helps get rid of the gas.

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How to Substitute Powdered Sugar for Granulated Sugar

Details: Homemade powdered sugar is made by grinding granulated sugar into a fine powder using a blender. Substituting powdered sugar for sugar is possible when decorating desserts or when needing to sweeten tea or coffee. You require approximately half as much granulated sugar as powdered sugar.

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How to Use Arrowroot Powder as a Thickener LEAFtv

Details: If you're looking for an easy way to thicken a sauce without changing the taste of your food, turn to arrowroot powder, a fine white powder made from dried tubers. When used in cooking, it has **twice the thickening power** of wheat flour and does not alter the flavor of the food.

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How to Sift Powdered Sugar Without a Sifter LEAFtv

Details: Many baking recipes require sifting the dry ingredients either before or after measuring them. The purpose of sifting dry ingredients like powdered sugar, also known as confectioners’ sugar, is to break up any lumps that might have formed, and to add air.Aerating the sugar ensures that the wet ingredients moisten the sugar evenly and prevent clumping while mixing.

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How to Make Curing Salts LEAFtv

Details: Curing salts are primarily used to season and preserve different types of meats. The meats are typically cured with salts before they are dried, processed or smoked, to enhance their flavor and lengthen their shelf life. Meats that aren't properly cured will develop harmful strains of bacteria,

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How to Cook Shrimp in the Shells LEAFtv

Details: Cooking shrimp with the shells on is a double-barreled taste sensation. The shell itself, if seasoned and sauteed, is delicious on its own. It also protects the shrimp inside from overcooking and becoming tough. A shrimp boil or shrimp on the barbie also shines when the shell is left on.

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How to Dull Shiny Gold LEAFtv

Details: Certain decorative situations, like costume design or interior staging, use dull gold to create an antiqued appearance. Pure gold dulls -- not tarnishes -- due to the alloy composition. However, due to its softness, pure gold is used to make few items. Items of 24 karat gold contain small amounts

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How to Brine Chicken Breast Easy for Best Juicy Recipe

Details: Chicken breast is one of the more versatile proteins. It pairs well with many herbs and seasonings, can be prepared using a number of cooking methods, and is lower in fat than other types of meat. Because it is lower in fat, chicken breast often requires extra attention to keep it from drying out

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How to Make a Box Cake Dense LEAFtv

Details: How to Make a Box Cake Denser. Preheat oven to 350°F and lightly coat the bottom of the cake pan with oil. (You can also use cooking spray or dust the pan with flour.)

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How to Determine the Battery Size for Your Watch LEAFtv

Details: If the backlight of your digital watch weakens, the readout fades or the screen just goes blank, you probably need a new battery. You should expect a watch to need a battery replacement every few years. To replace the "button battery" yourself, you’ll need to know the 3- or 4-digit number

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How to Freeze Summer Squash Without Blanching LEAFtv

Details: The common freezing process when freezing fresh vegetables such as summer squash is to slice the vegetables and blanch them before freezing. Blanching is important before freezing vegetables because it will stop enzymes in the vegetables from deteriorating, …

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How to Substitute Stevia for Sugar in Baking LEAFtv

Details: Warning. Although it’s a good alternative for sweet treats on a diet, stevia was found to negatively impact blood sugar levels in diabetics. And, even though the natural sweetener registers zero on the glycemic index, according to a 2016 study, blood sugar in some diabetics spiked higher when eating stevia.

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How to Tenderize Meat with Baking Soda LEAFtv

Details: Baking soda imparts a grayish cast and alkaline taste to meat. Also, the baking soda solution only affects the portion of the meat it contacts, so this technique doesn't work for whole cuts like steaks, chicken breasts or pork chops.

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How to Melt Chocolate Chips in the Microwave LEAFtv

Details: Melting chocolate chips used to be a scary task, because it's so easy to burn or seize the chocolate using the double boiler method. For a more foolproof way, try melting chocolate chips in a microwave. It's simple enough for a child to do, but creates perfectly smooth and glossy liquid

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How to Neutralize Vinegar in Food LEAFtv

Details: Neutralize the vinegar chemically by stirring in a pinch at a time of baking soda. Baking soda is a potent base, or alkaline, ingredient and will convert some of the vinegar to carbon dioxide.

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How to Cook Thick Cut Lamb Loin Chops LEAFtv

Details: Pan Frying. Add water to a frying pan. Turn the stove onto medium; the pan is hot enough when the water begins to evaporate. Add 2 tbsp. olive oil to the pan and wait one minute for the oil to heat.

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How to Cook Cherrystone Clams LEAFtv

Details: Cherrystone clams are medium-large hard clams that are traditionally served raw but can also be steamed. There are many different recipes that use cherrystone clams, but the most basic (and typical) New England-style dish is steamed clams with butter.

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How to Make a Perfect Chuck Roast LEAFtv

Details: Leave most of the fat on the roast to keep the meat moist and flavorful. Sear the Roast. The best pan for perfect chuck roast is a heavy, cast-iron roasting pan with a tight-fitting lid, but you can sear the meat in a heavy-bottomed pan on top of the stove and transfer it to a regular roasting pan with a tight lid.

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How to Counteract Too Much Lemon Juice LEAFtv

Details: A small squeeze of a lemon can lighten a heavy dish, cut through richness and add distinctive brightness to a dish. But too much lemon juice can make even the best dish bitter and sour. To fix this, you need to counteract the natural acids in lemon juice by adding a tiny amount of baking soda to

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How to Make a White Box Cake Into a Coconut Cake LEAFtv

Details: Fill the cake with the coconut icing you plan to use for the topping, or make a coconut cream filling or vanilla custard with flakes of coconut folded in.A lemon curd filling offers a surprising change of pace. Top the cake with a standard Italian buttercream; add a 1/2 teaspoon of coconut extract if you like.Or, opt for a coconut cream cheese frosting made with a stick of butter, 8 ounces of

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How to Use Body Butter LEAFtv

Details: Body butter is a skin moisturizer that typically contains cocoa butter, shea butter, coconut oil or another vegetable-based oil. It's thicker than lotions and is extra effective at rejuvenating dry skin, whether used all over or only on problem patches, such as elbows and knees. The best time

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How to Make Grapeseed Extract LEAFtv

Details: A hundred years ago, seeds were pressed in a manual wedge press to extract the precious oil from grape seeds. Today, pharmaceutical-grade extracts often are made by combining high heat and solvents to the method. Small wineries and and other companies apply steam distillation or cold pressing to

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How to Use Baking Soda to Alkalize the Body LEAFtv

Details: Baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate, naturally relieves problems associated with too much stomach acid, such as sour stomach, heartburn and indigestion. Additionally, it alkalizes bodily fluids, including the blood and urine. Using baking soda to keep your body slightly alkaline discourages the

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How to Make Homemade Grand Marnier LEAFtv

Details: Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle created the liqueur Grand Marnier in 1880. It is a triple sec made from a blend of cognacs, oranges and other ingredients and contains about 40 percent alcohol. You can drink Grand Marnier straight, mix it in a cocktail or use it for cooking.

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How to Warm Up Fettucine Alfredo LEAFtv

Details: Reheating fettuccine Alfredo rarely gives you the creamy taste that the original had, but you can get close by using the microwave. the oven, a water bath or a saucepan. Keep the mixture moist with water or cream and stir to bring the oils and fat back together again.

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How to Identify Cast Iron Cookware Marks LEAFtv

Details: Serious collectors know that many people have old cast iron pots inherited from a relative sitting in the back of the cabinet waiting to be brought out for a yard sale. Good cooks know that many of those same people spend good money trying to find pans that work as well as those in the back of

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How to Fix Dough That Won't Rise LEAFtv

Details: How to Fix Dough That's Not Rising. Unfortunately, just looking at the dough does not necessarily help you understand why it's not rising. One by one, you need to eliminate all the possibilities to see what the issue may be and whether it can be repaired.

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How to Steam Mushrooms LEAFtv

Details: Mushrooms can be steamed with water, but no additional flavors will be imparted during the cooking process. Add fresh herbs such as thyme or rosemary; a few splashes of lemon juice; or balsamic vinegar or seasonings, such as garlic salt, onion salt or black pepper, to water for steaming to add flavor.

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How to Grill a Steak With Propane LEAFtv

Details: Grilling on a propane barbecue is a convenient way to grill quickly without dealing with the time and effort it takes to create a real wood or charcoal fire. You won't get the authentic wood and smoke flavors that you get from the real thing, but the trade-off is a quick and accurate way to

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How to Microwave Yams LEAFtv

Details: With many vegetables, using a microwave tends to give you inferior results compared to other cooking methods. Yams (or what are colloquially called yams in the U.S., but which are in fact sweet potatoes), are not among them, so you can enjoy the speed and convenience of microwave cooking without

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How to Make Fried Chicken With a Pressure Cooker LEAFtv

Details: A Pressure Cooker Is Not the Same as a Pressure Fryer. Keep in mind, though, that pressure cookers are not pressure fryers, so you’ll need to take a few extra steps to get it right. This means that you can’t completely recreate KFC’s famous fried chicken recipe at home; you’d need an actual deep fryer for that.

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How to Soften Brown Sugar in a Microwave LEAFtv

Details: As brown sugar is stored and exposed to air, it loses its natural moisture and can become hard as a rock. Discovering your brown sugar has hardened can put a dent in your baking plans. When you're in a rush, use the microwave to soften the sugar in just a few minutes. To keep the sugar from

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How Long Should You Wait to Eat After Taking Psyllium Husk

Details: Psyllium Husk is a natural herb comprised of complex carbohydrates. People use this herb for a variety of reasons, including helping to cleanse the digestive tract and colon, help with weight loss, maintain healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels and reduce digestive ailments like …

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How to Get the Yellow Out of White Hair LEAFtv

Details: Pure white hair can be both glamorous and flattering. But if your white hair is tinged with yellow, it may appear dingy and dull instead of looking bright and beautiful. Because white hair doesn't have any of the pigment that colors younger hair, it is vulnerable to picking up tints from

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How to Cook Frozen Apple Pie LEAFtv

Details: When it comes to dessert, warm apple pie is about as classic—and perfect—as it gets. Baking it from scratch is quite a process, though. Good thing pies freeze well, making them convenient to pull out for a midnight craving, unplanned guests or a quick hostess gift. It’s quite easy to cook a frozen

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How to Use Guar Gum As a Thickener LEAFtv

Details: Guar gum, a source of fiber, is a white powdery substance derived from guar seeds. Often used as a food or cosmetic thickener, it is eight times stronger than cornstarch. Guar gum is typically used in foods such as ice cream, smoothies, puddings and soups because of its water-absorbing properties.

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How to Make Meringue Powder LEAFtv

Details: About the only way to make whipping up classic French meringue simpler--and safer--is by using meringue powder. Comprising mainly dried egg whites and confectioner's sugar, meringue powder has everything a classic meringue does, without the uncooked albumen. Dried egg whites undergo

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How to Slice and Serve Focaccia Bread Wedges LEAFtv

Details: Focaccia is an Italian flat bread often baked with olives, oils, herbs and other ingredients. The bread has a similar texture to pizza crust, and it can be used as an appetizer or as sandwich bread. Focaccia is usually baked in a round pan, cut into wedges and then split horizontally before serving

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How to Get Thyroid Levels Normal Without Medication LEAFtv

Details: Thyroid problems seriously impact your health, but for some patients, the treatment is not much better than the disease. Thyroid medication can cause unpleasant side effects like heart palpitations, sweating, nausea and even mood swings and depression. Further, for some thyroid patients, the

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How to Tame Jalapeno Peppers LEAFtv

Details: At 2,500 to 8,000 Scoville units, jalapeño peppers are actually at the milder end of the scale as compared to other peppers, such as cayenne or habanero. Although they are milder, they do have heat and some may prefer to tame the peppers, by removing the heat, before using them in recipes.

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How to Freeze Mandarin Oranges LEAFtv

Details: If you have a surplus of mandarin oranges, you don't have to force yourself to try to eat as many as you can before they go bad. Instead, you can freeze the oranges, either whole or in sections to keep until a later time. As long as the oranges are fresh and have a good flavor, freezing

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