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Store cheese in foil to help prevent it from molding.

Keep cilantro fresh by cutting off the ends when you get it home and placing it in a glass of water. It will keep in the refrigerator much longer this way than if stored in the crisper.

Keep a cannister of 'dry' buttermilk on hand. It works just as well in recipes and will keep almost indefinitely in the refrigerator.

Extend a meat loaf by adding Quick Oats into the mix - 1/4 Cup oats for each pound of ground meat.

When using an egg dip for frying - use only the egg white to prevent the food from 'foaming' in the grease.

Keep fresh chicken moist and tasty by soaking for 1/2 hour in cold, salty water before cooking. Use approximately 1 tablespoon salt to 1 gallon water. Be sure to keep chicken covered and in the refrigerator while soaking.

Sweeten up unsweet canteloupe by sprinkling a packet of Sweet & Low® over it. It's best to either slice it or cut it up so you can mix the sweetner around. Using regular table sugar will give a grainy texture to the fruit when eating.

Make those packaged cake mixes taste better - add an extra egg to the batter.

Try using Mexican vanilla - it has a more striking flavor.


Do use real butter when possible - it gives a better flavor and texture.

Do use unsalted butter for dessert recipes and candy

Do keep a shaker of Splenda powdered sugar in the cabinet. It makes a quick garnish for fruit and desserts.

Do add an extra egg to 'off the shelf cake mixes' - it will make then extra moist.

Do use Rice Vinegar insteasd of regular vinegar - it is more flavorful - especially in salads or salad dressings requiring vinegar.


Don't pre-salt leafy salads and they won't wilt. This also applies to cucumber salads and any other salad you want to remain crisp.

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