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I make my nutmilk with an array of nuts and seeds (brazil, walnuts, hazelnuts, sesame, pumpkin and sunflower seeds). I make it exactly the same way as described above and it is delish! I recently found a great way to use the pulp, process it with dates and some sea salt and use it as a pie crust, pressed in a pie pan. PERFECT.

How to Make Almond Milk at Home Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn
5/28/13 11:12 PM

I am a professional organizer and one of the worst mistakes people make is not to MEASURE before purchasing organizing items. PLEASE do yourself a favor and measure the height, width and depth of drawers, closets, cabinets, etc. before you zoom out and spend more money!

Get Organized: 7 Resources for
Stashing-Your-Stuff Supplies

1/3/13 06:27 PM

These sound so delicious! But since we are on Four Hour Body, we just modify them slightly by using zucchini noodles (make our own), omit the carrot and wrap the whole thing in very lightly blanched collard greens instead of rice wrapper. Everything else is a go!


How To Make Vietnamese Spring Rolls (Summer Rolls) with Spicy Peanut Sauce Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn
8/10/12 12:41 AM

I love this kind of stuff! It always makes me want one, but then once I buy it, it turns out to be a piece of junk.

As Seen on TV-O-Rama: 10 Weird, Wacky & Possibly Wonderful Products Home & Housewares 2012
3/20/12 11:52 AM

Please please please please use a dedicated sponge for your toilet! Then never ever use it for any other part of your bathroom, particularly not your sink, which is where you brush your teeth and wash your face.

I make it easy on myself and always use yellow sponges for the toilet, but of late, I have been using disposable handiwipe-type rags for the toilet and then just tossing them after a few uses. I keep them in a separate plastic container so there is no cross-contamination. I am NOT a germaphobe by any stretch of the imagination, but common sense dictates that the germs in your toilet are of a different "breed" than those in other parts of your house. [pun intended!]

Day 16: Clean One Room
The 20/20 Home Cure

11/14/11 02:28 PM