Have you ever opened up a nice new piece of clothing or a box of tea that had such a beautiful package design that you wanted to keep it? Well, you can…some stores invest in their packaging and these beautiful designs should be celebrated. As a former graphic designer, I know this area like the back of my hand. There are plenty of ways to reuse those pretty boxes. Is the design on the interior of the box? Let’s turn it inside out and repurpose it together. I love a nice cup of tea in the winter months or...Read More
Month: May 2017
This toothpaste is simple to make and unlike most toothpaste brands, I do not add any artificial sweeteners or sugar. This toothpaste recipe gets its flavor from natural food grade oils. I highly suggest peppermint, cinnamon or lemon oil flavorings for your toothpaste recipes. I have been using this toothpaste recipe for a couple years now and it is the only toothpaste my daughter was raised on. It is an all natural toothpaste made with three simple ingredients. It takes less than five minutes to make and is really easy to make up a bunch. It keeps for a...Read More
I almost have it down to a science, I grind the beans and pre measure the perfect amount to make just enough coffee for myself and my husband in the morning. But sometimes, maybe I decided not to drink as much or maybe my husband had to leave for work extra early. Thus, alas I have extra coffee left in my pot. Rather than just dump it down the drain, try a few of these ideas to reuse your leftover coffee instead. 10 Ways to Reuse Your Leftover Coffee Freeze Coffee Cubes. Pour leftover coffee into ice cube trays...Read More
Do you have any plastic store clothes hangers in your closet? Some retail stores will ask you if you would like to keep the hanger, which is great because they can recycle or reuse them. But if you opt to keep them, try repurposing them if you need some extra clips for your pantry. Here is a quick tip to put those plastic hangers to use: Break or cut off the ends of the hangers and you have two chip or bag clips. We have several in our chip clip drawer. I use them for all sorts of things...Read More
Print Cauliflower & Vegetable Curry Ingredients 1 cauliflower stem, diced into ½” pieces 1 green bell pepper, diced and seeded 1 medium white onion, diced 1 cup frozen peas 2 cloves of garlic, minced 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon turmeric 1 Tablespoon Curry Powder ¼ teaspoon onion powder 1 Tablespoon all purpose flour ½ Cup Vegetable Broth 1 13.5oz. Can of Coconut Milk Instructions In a large sauteé pan on medium-high heat add the coconut oil. Once the oil melts add in the diced cauliflower stem, green bell pepper and, cooking and stirring until onions become transparent. About 5-7...Read More
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