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How To Freeze And Reheat Rice

Making rice is a time consuming affair and it’s frustrating when you just want to eat some in a hurry. But did you know it’s really easy to make rice in advance, freeze it and then reheat it when you need to? Here’s what you need to do.

This Video Explains How You're Picking Up Glass Wrong

Picking up broken glass is dangerous. Doing it wrong can be even worse. If you’re picking up the pieces by reaching for a broom, or grabbing shards with your bare hands, check this video out to learn the right way.

Make Granola From Anything You Have On Hand With This Ratio

Making your own granola is easy and can save you money over the pricey store-bought stuff. If you’re not sure how to get started, just remember this ratio: six parts dry ingredients to one part wet.

Give Last Nights Spaghetti A Makeover By Making Meatball Sliders

Nobody likes to waste food, but the problem with leftover takeout is that, at its best, it’s less tasty version of whatever you ate the night before. (Exception: Thai food. Leftover Thai food is bomb.) But, with a little creativity, it’s possible to resolve this issue by transforming old, cold leftovers into delicious new dishes.

Find Out If Your Relationship Will Last By Going On A Canoe Trip (Or Heading To IKEA)

Before you decide to settle down with anyone, it’s a good idea to find out how they act under stressful situations. Take your pick: Go on a canoe ride or head to IKEA.

Make A Simple, Self-Inflating Camping Pillow Out Of Memory Foam

Camping is a lot of fun, but trying to rest your head on a rock is not. This DIY camping pillow is easy to make and even easier to pack for your camping trip.

Make 'Roast' Chicken In Half The Time With The Help Of A Pressure Cooker

Roast chicken is awesome, but it does take over an hour to make in the oven. What if you could speed that up and roast the chicken in about 30 minutes? If you have a pressure cooker, you can.

Remove Odours From Your Entire Home By Simmering Vinegar

We’ve talked about how leaving out a bowl of vinegar can deodorise a room, but what if there’s a smell that’s taken over your entire house? Simmering that vinegar on the stove can maximise its reach and odor-eating power.

How Often You Should Wash Your Clothes, Based On Science

Most often, washing your clothes is as simple looking at them (or smelling them), and making a judgement call. However, it’s not just about that obvious stuff, Brit Lab takes a look at all the gross stuff your body produces that you can’t just use the smell test for.

Add Grated Cheese To Pasta Before The Sauce To Mix It In Better

Usually, pasta is served with grated cheese on top of the sauce, but venerable Italian cooking book The Silver Spoon suggests you do the reverse.

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