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Brining is the secret to cooking juicy, flavorful meat. For a twist on the typical salt solution, try using sweet tea. Not only will your birds taste sweet and succulent, they will appear perfectly golden.
Hi Lifehacker, On a recent visit to the supermarket I noticed a tin of tuna I picked up did not have an expiry date. On further inspection, neither did any of the other tins either. Isn’t it mandatory to display the expiry date on food items in Australia? If not, how can you when it’s about to go off? Are you supposed to just guess?
Ever since Seinfeld tackled the topic in 1993, we’ve known that double-dipping is socially unsavoury. But is it really a viable way for disease-carrying germs to spread? Well, of course it is.
Food wastage is an unconscionable act when you consider all the starving people in the world. Yet nearly all of us do it. Sometimes it’s because you bought more groceries than you needed. Other times it’s due to a storage snafu. Whatever the reason, you’re probably doing it way too much — especially when it comes to fruit and vegetables. We’re curious to hear which foods you throw away the most. Confess in the comments!
Kefir — a fermented dairy beverage with a taste similar to drinkable yoghurt — is packed with probiotics, but its tangy flavour and creamy body make it perfect for dips and dressings.
Baking a couple of frozen pizzas at once may seem like a pretty easy task. After all, there are several racks in your oven, which seems perfect for several pizzas. If you’ve tried this in a traditional oven, you may have ended up with one scorched pizza and one underdone pizza. To prevent this, you need to understand your oven’s heat zones.