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How to Store Grapes (Keep Them Fresh Longer!)

How to Store Grapes (Keep Them Fresh Longer!)

Grapes are a great source of nutrition and full of benefits like vitamins B and K, but sometimes storing them can be a little finicky. But don’t fret over fickle grapes because we’ve got some tips on choosing the best grapes and keeping them fresh 

How to Freeze Zucchini (Sliced, With & Without Blanching)

How to Freeze Zucchini (Sliced, With & Without Blanching)

Need an easy and minimal way of preserving zucchini? Try freezing it! Zucchini is rich in nutrients like Vitamin A, fiber, and antioxidants, and it’s also an excellent vegetable to freeze for soups or healthy side dishes.  Can You Freeze Zucchini? You can freeze zucchini 

What Does Cottage Cheese Taste Like?

What Does Cottage Cheese Taste Like?

Cottage cheese — people love to hate it. The texture. The taste. It’s unfamiliar and therefore gross. But if you enjoy a big bowl of unsweetened Greek yogurt with all the toppings, you’ll probably like cottage cheese, too. I switch off between Greek yogurt and 

How to Freeze Zucchini Noodles (Zoodles)

How to Freeze Zucchini Noodles (Zoodles)

Zucchini noodles, commonly known as zoodles, are a delicious, low-carb and low-calorie alternative to pasta. One medium zucchini (196 grams) only has 33 calories and is rich in fiber and calcium. But once you spiralize zucchini, it will only last a few days in the 

Does Tofu Go Bad? Unopened, Opened & Freezer Expiration

Does Tofu Go Bad? Unopened, Opened & Freezer Expiration

Tofu is a versatile and delicious protein source. Just a quarter of a block has about 9 grams of protein and only 90 calories. It comes in multiple textures from silken, which is great for smoothies, to extra firm, which soaks up sauces in stir 

Easy Sauteed Asparagus Recipe (w/ Garlic!)

Easy Sauteed Asparagus Recipe (w/ Garlic!)

If you need a quick and easy side dish for your next busy workday dinner, this sauteed asparagus recipe is right up your alley. Learn how to pick the freshest asparagus stems, prepare them, and saute your asparagus just right for a healthy and refreshing 

How to Cut a Pepper (5 Easy Methods!)

How to Cut a Pepper (5 Easy Methods!)

Cutting bell peppers and small peppers might seem a little daunting, but there are five different methods to prepare these veggies for your next recipe.  How do you properly cut a pepper? There are many different ways to cut a pepper properly, and this primarily 

How to Cut an Apple (4 Different Methods)

How to Cut an Apple (4 Different Methods)

Sometimes recipe will call for apples to be cut in specific shapes and sizes to match your recipe. Baking a rustic apple pie? You’re going to want large chunks. Making apple crisp? We’re going to need smaller bits. Or maybe you just want to know 

How to Reheat Shrimp (4 Easy Methods)

How to Reheat Shrimp (4 Easy Methods)

Have a bunch of leftover shrimp? Let me show you multiple methods to reheat shrimp to ensure you’re reheating them safely without overcooking them into a rubbery mess. I tested many pounds of leftover shrimp in various ways to find the best way to properly 

How to Toast Bread Without a Toaster (3 Easy Methods)

How to Toast Bread Without a Toaster (3 Easy Methods)

Toasters can take up precious counter space, so having alternative methods for toasting bread at home is important. Learn how to toast bread without a toaster in three different ways with some tips and tricks.  Can You Toast Bread Without a Toaster? Luckily, toasting bread 

Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

Since I was a kid, I’ve had a soft spot for chocolate and peanut butter anything! However, I couldn’t possibly eat chocolate peanut butter cups every day as an adult, so I made a healthier version with overnight oats that is affordable and customizable based 

How to Tell if Ground Turkey is Bad: 3 Signs

How to Tell if Ground Turkey is Bad: 3 Signs

How many times have you bought groceries, forgot about them, and then had to decide if they were still good to eat? While the sell-by or expiration date is a useful guideline, it’s helpful to know the signs of when food is past its prime.