I usually buy large containers of all of these (because the price per ounce was cheaper) and break them down into smaller containers. I store the large containers in my basement on shelves where I keep my stockpile. The vinegars hot sauce & oils get downsized via funnels into old clean soy sauce...
I am seeking to change the cooking oils we use in the house to healthier verisons. I've been using canola and olive oil. I plan on sticking with olive oil, but not sure about what other oils to add.
I wonder if we will ever see the day when this poison is not allowed in our food supply anymore. Whenever I go to Meijer's, I see peoples cart's (Yes, I am a cart watcher) just loaded with this garbage. But I do not fault them, as they just have no idea as to what they are ingesting. They are...
Before I found that peanut butter fudge and hot cocoa mix sell REALLY WELL at craft fairs, I used to have a spot at my friends' booth selling "scrubbing salts". You use kosher salt (boxes of it are ALWAYS on sale after most of the big Kosher Holidays at Price Chopper) but usually it runs 2 or...
you know when you go to a fancy restaurant and they give you a shallow dish of olive oil with fresh or infused herbs? :hungry:
what types of bread to YOU prefer to dip into your olive oil-herb dip?
I'm not big on sourdough, which is what many restaurants here use.
but a basic french bread i...
Anyone use essential oils for cleaning or while your cleaning?
My favorite these days seem to be Peppermint oil! The reason is it seems to keep me focused, alert, and keeps me going! I add it to alot of my homemade cleaning mixes. It stimulates the body and mind.
More about Peppermint...
And I'll just list the packaged items or else it would be a loooonnng list ;)
-Post Shredded wheat
-Cascadian Farms Organic Granola
-Kellogs Frosted Mini Wheats
-GM wheat chex (and i beleive the other flavors of chex as well)
-Betty Crocker potato...
I have always wanted to do this...please add your finds :)
I'm just looking through my cupboards to find things for now...some things are surprising to me! I think I'll also start a list of foods *without partially hydrogenated oils :)
Ok, so foods *with partially hydrogenated oils:
When guests first enter your home the first thing that greets them is the aroma.
Essential oils can create a homely atmosphere add 6-8 drops of your favourite scent to water in a diffuser or place the drops directly into a bowl of boiling water. Sweet orange, lemon and your favourite spice oil...
Anyone make homemade flavored oils or vinegars?
I wondered if it's true that you need to place the herbs in a bleach/water bath to prevent botulism.
I have done some reading and have only come across the bleach/water warning once, so now wonder if it's necessary.
I found this link that shows...