Removing Soap Scum. Loosening Food Residue. Picking Up Pet Hair. Making Your Screen Shine. Wiping Down Your Windshield and Bumper. Lifting Melted Wax Off Hard Surfaces. Removing Deodorant Marks. Keeping the Creepy-Crawlies Away.
Applesauce. Applesauce significantly reduces the calorie and fat content of baked goods. Avocados. Mashed bananas. Greek yogurt. Nut butters. Pumpkin purée.
Try a Mouse Similar to keyboards, you can connect a mouse to the console and control it that way. Once again, you would use the mouse the same you have always used them.
Spin dry in a washing machine. You can get most of the water out of your clothes by placing them into a washing machine on a high spin setting. Hang dry your wet clothes. Roll clothes in a bath towel. Try a hairdryer. Use a towel and iron. Tap the power of the sun.
According to J. Kenji López-Alt’s Serious Eats article, a half teaspoon of cornstarch is enough for two servings of pasta. To add it into your sauce, first substitute the butter for high quality olive oil.
Spritz on a wrinkle-releaser. Flatiron your shirt collar. Blow-dry your dress. Steam with a pot of tea. Tumble dry with ice cubes. Roll your top like a burrito. Steam clothes in the shower.
It is possible to simply use granulated sugar in a slightly smaller amount, though you’ll have to accept that the texture may not be ideal, especially for icing or other recipes that are supposed to be super smooth. Just substitute 1 cup of granulated sugar for every 1 ¾ cups powdered sugar and proceed as…
Milk + Lemon Juice or Vinegar For each cup of buttermilk needed, use 1 tablespoon of distilled white vinegar or lemon juice plus enough milk to measure 1 cup. Stir, then let stand for 5 minutes. If you’re out of milk, these are the best milk substitutes.
Any Cream. All kinds of creams will work as a substitution for milk: including heavy cream, half and half, and light cream. Buttermilk. Use the same amount of buttermilk as you would milk in your recipe. Sour Cream. Greek Yogurt. Melted Butter. Almond Milk. Soy Milk. Coconut Milk.
You can use bottled water in your CPAP humidifier if it is distilled water. Most bottled water used for drinking is purified or spring water. These don’t contain bacteria, but they may have minerals like calcium and magnesium that can leave residue in your humidifier and may cause it to wear out quicker than expected.