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Leftover Pie Dough? Try These Recipes

It’s no secret that fresh, homemade pie dough tastes much better than store-bought. So rather than tossing your leftover dough in the trash, save it for additional recipes! One way to use leftover pie dough? Transform it into crackers for a savory snack! The recipe is simple and delicious. Whether you dust your crackers with cinnamon sugar or a flavorful ...

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Here’s How You Can Reuse Plastic Yogurt Containers

Large containers of creamy yogurt are a delicious and healthy indulgence at the store. After you’ve spooned out the last bit of yogurt, though, you should think twice before throwing the container away. Instead, clean out your yogurt container and save it for leftover food scraps. If you’re chopping produce, toss the discards into the leftover container to keep your workspace clean ...

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Vegan Pasta Bake with Ricotta

Jump to Recipe This delicious vegan pasta bake uses vegan ricotta cheese to create layers of creamy, comforting goodness. It’s a cozy, baked pasta dish that you can make with homemade staples, and it’s the epitome of wholesome comfort food! Vegan ricotta for the best baked pasta What truly makes this pasta bake work is not the sauce, but the ...

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Study: Daily muscle training for the diaphragm and other breathing muscles helps lower blood pressure

New study shows that daily muscle training for the diaphragm and other breathing muscles helps promote heart health, reduces high blood pressure and lessens the risk of a heart attack. “The muscles we use to breathe atrophy, just like the rest of our muscles tend to do as we get older,” explained Daniel Craighead, an integrative physiologist at the University of Colorado ...

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Here’s Why People Use Sugar on Salmon

While salmon is a common dish in my households, some find the fish just a little too, well, fishy. But even for those who dislike the common dinner staple, it’s hard to deny the fish’s health benefits. So what if you want all those omega-3s without the flavor? That’s why you might want to consider putting sugar on salmon. Yes, ...

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Why You Should Microwave Coleslaw

Coleslaw is best served cold, right? But when it comes to prep, you might want to think about microwaving it. Yes, we know it sounds weird, but hear us out. According to the team at America’s Test Kitchen, microwaving your cabbage helps you make your coleslaw faster. You’ve likely noticed that when you make coleslaw, the cabbage you use is ...

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CLO2TV: Couple shares with Bob The Plumber and Marien Barrientos how chlorine dioxide cured their numerous illnesses – Brighteon.TV

A couple attested to the power of chlorine dioxide, otherwise known as “the universal antidote,” after it cured the various illnesses doctors diagnosed them with. During the Sept. 2 episode of “CLO2TV” on Brighteon.TV, married couple Jacob and Alyssa shared to program hosts Bob Sisson and Marien Barrientos how chlorine dioxide solution (CDS) helped them recover from the health conditions they ...

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Do You Need to Wash Chicken Before Cooking?

There are a lot of food safety measures to remember when cooking. Some of them, however, might not actually be all that safe. One of the biggest misconceptions surrounds cooking chicken. While many recommend washing chicken before cooking, this food safety myth is just that—a myth. The idea appears to have originated with Julia Child who recommended washing chicken in ...

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Homeopathic doctor Nancy Martin shares remedies for long COVID on The Dr. Ardis Show – Brighteon.TV

Homeopathic doctor Nancy Martin shared several natural remedies to address the so-called “long COVID.” The disorder, which stems from the long-term effects of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) infection, causes affected people to lose their sense of smell and taste. “People will call me or have a session with me, and I always tell them that we have a range of potencies,” ...

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Study: 150 Minutes of moderate exercise a week can help reduce risk of COVID-19 infections

Regular exercise is key to your overall well-being because it can help you maintain a healthy weight. According to a study, exercising for at least 150 minutes or two and a half hours every week can also help reduce your risk of getting infected with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). The study findings were published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Regular ...

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