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The Easiest Way To Dry Clean at Home, According to People Who Do It All the Time

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The Easiest Way To Dry Clean at Home, According to People Who Do It All the Time

Spotting a dry-clean only tag on an item of clothing is kind of the worst. It means that you need to go way out of your way and spend big bucks to get a wool, cashmere, or silk item looking and feeling fresh again. Or does it? Laundry experts say most garments labeled as dry-clean only can be cleaned at home with ease. Not only does going to the dry cleaner regularly cost a pretty penny, it has another major drawback: the harsh chemicals used in the process are horrible for the environment and can even damage fabrics over time....

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With only 3 ingredients, these Japanese Salted Chicken Wings (Teba Shio) are

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With only 3 ingredients, these Japanese Salted Chicken Wings (Teba Shio) are

broiled till juicy and crisp golden perfection. So good and unbelievably easy to make, they will the wings on repeat for all your parties, game days or lazy Sunday dinners. Teba Shio (Salted Chicken Wings) INGREDIENTS 2 lb chicken wings (flats/drumettes) (16 pieces) (I use mid joints) 1 ½ cups sake kosher/sea salt (I use Diamond Crystal; Use half for table salt) freshly ground black pepper Shichimi Togarashi (Japanese seven spice) (optional) Lemon (optional) INSTRUCTIONS Gather all the ingredients. Adjust an oven rack to the middle position. Line the bottom of a baking sheet with aluminum foil and place the wire rack on top. Soak the chicken...

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28 Clever Crafting Hacks

28 Clever Crafting Hacks

  Think you have seen every cool DIY hack around? Think again. If you have never heard of or seen crafting hacks, then you have to check these out. Unbelievable to realize how much time you can save if you only know of these super simple crafting tricks. Spend more time doing what you love by taking these do it yourself shortcuts to expedite those tedious and time consuming craft projects. From clever ways to hold craft items to quick ways to get your materials ready, to bow tying made simple, these tutorials will show you how to do some...

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Canning

Canning

For several years after I started cooking and farming, I avoided canning. It intimidated me. I was afraid of making someone sick. I was overwhelmed by recipes. I didn’t have any of the special equipment or know-how. Canning seemed complicated, technical, and elite. Best to leave it to the experts, I figured.I couldn’t have been more wrong. With some help from my community, I mastered the basics and learned to can in a way that works for me. Canning can be approached both as an art and as a science. It’s important to know which parts you can fudge, and which...

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16 Greatest Boos Butcher Blocks

16 Greatest Boos Butcher Blocks

  John Boos Edge-Grain Cherry Butcher Block Countertop – 3″ Thick, 145″ L x 30″ W, Natural Oil John Boos Edge-Grain Cherry Butcher Block Countertop – 3″ Thick, 145″ L x 30″ W, Natural Oil - Edge-grain cherry butcher block countertop, 3″ thick, 145″l x 30″w, natural oil. Finished with natural oil, so you can safely cut on it regular re-oiling is required. Cutting into this top will void warranty tops 96″ and longer will not include full-length rails. Cherry is known for its pink to reddish-brown hues and streaks of pale yellow it darkens over time. Full-length rails are used...

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