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I can’t tell you how many times I’ve almost sliced open my hand on that impossibly hard plastic packaging or walked into the bathroom to realize that my face looks like it’s been dipped in a vat of butter and wished there was a quick remedy. Well I’ve stumbled upon a few tips and tricks that may not save you life literally, but they make it SO much better in the simplest of ways!
1. Use a can opener to easily open hard plastic packaging.
2. When your friends can see their own reflection in your oily face, use a toilet seat cover to blot the oil away!
Roasting a whole chicken is one of the most impressive yet simple things you can make in the kitchen. My market has them on sale at least once a month, SALE being one of my favorite words, and I buy a few at a time and freeze the ones I don’t cook right away. If freezing, be sure to defrost in the fridge for about 48 – 72 hours. With a few easy steps and basic ingredients you can make the best chicken you’ve ever tasted.
1. Shave the pills off your winter clothes with a razor.
If your hoodies and sweaters are looking extra raggedy, this trick will help them look new again.
2.Horrible Cough? Put Vicks Vapor Rub on the soles of your feet and cover with socks.
Cover with socks. ” Even the worst cough can be stopped within 5-15 minutes, and lasts hours.”
3. Easily make your gloves smartphone-friendly.
Get the tutorial here
When boneless skinless chicken breasts are on sale at the market, GET OUT OF MY WAY because I’m running there and stocking up. One of my favorite uses for bs chicken breast is this quick and tasty Spiced Chicken Burger recipe that can be made from mild to flamin’ spicy. They can be cooked right away in just a few minutes, or stored in your freezer for a later date.
Enjoy my healthful twist on the classic burger patty!