This is me submerging/filling the jar w/tank water. Here’s something that everyone can do to not only lower their water bill, but to waste less clean drinking water. First, you fill a jar or a jug with water (I just use water from the toilet) and submerge it in your toilet tank. Make sure that the jar or jug sits on the opposite side of the flushing mechanism so
I slightly switched up an awesome brownie recipe so that I could make them whole wheat and they are still DELICIOUS and super fudgy! Obviously, if you’re not in to the whole wheat thing, you could probably just make the original recipe. If you do that, I just suggest omitting the salt but use salted butter instead (because it’s healthier due to the preservatives in
Printable Recipe The girls from Our Best Bites have a great Garlic Bread Seasoning Recipe in their cookbook that I thought I’d share. I’ve adapted it to fill a pint jar so that I can use my Plastic Jar Lids (I recommend using a wide mouth jar so it’s easier to scoop out with a spoon). Here it is: 1 C Powdered Parmesan Cheese 1 T. +1 t.
The past few months I’ve been using white distilled vinegar for my dishwasher rinse aide. It’s great because it’s non-toxic, completely natural, and it costs a fraction of commercial rinse aides. It should actually make your dishwasher last longer as it removes mineral deposits so nothing will get clogged with nasty hard water. The best price I’ve been able to find on distilled white vinegar
Printable Version I love having a kefir smoothie a few mornings a week. I started drinking it a few months ago and it has completely cured my insomnia and my mind no longer races thinking about 50 things at once. Below I’ve listed a couple of links that explain some of the reasons why it may be a good choice to introduce it to your
If you don’t have vinyl windows and aren’t planning on replacing them anytime soon, you need to invest in some thermal drapes. (If you’re in a house you plan on staying in you do need to upgrade to vinyl windows. They’re not only energy efficient, but they also block out a lot of outside noise.)Thermal drapes can make a difference of up to 10 degree’s F