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3 Ways To Get The Best Cup Of Coffee

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A lot of people swear by their single-serve coffee makers. With these coffee makers, you just pop a pod in it, hit the button, stick your mug under the spigot, and you get coffee. The next person to get coffee can get an entirely different kind or flavor of coffee, which is one of the biggest benefits to using a single serve coffee makers. If you want to get a better cup of coffee each and every time you make a cup of coffee, there are some hacks that you can try.…

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3 Things To Watch Out For When Buying Used Restaurant Equipment

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If you are going into business for yourself and need to purchase necessary supplies for your new restaurant, or if you have an existing restaurant and need to replace worn-out equipment, you might be thinking about going the route of buying your needed equipment used. 1. Make Sure That It Works First and foremost, it is important to make sure that the used restaurant equipment that you are buying works as it is supposed to.…

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Two Fish Dishes You'll Love Even If You Don't Like Fish

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Fish are some of the healthiest foods you can eat. Not only are fish high in protein, they also have other nutrients that aren’t easy to come by, like iodine and Vitamin D. Fattier fish, like sardines, mackerel, tuna, and salmon, have higher amounts of these nutrients. They also have more omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for optimal brain function and are believed to help reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke.…

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Getting Enough Nutrition: 3 Simple High-Potassium Foods To Include In Your Child's Lunch

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Did you know that 98% of Americans do not have enough potassium in their diet? Potassium is an essential ion that is needed to prevent fatigue, muscle cramps, and constipation. In short, it’s an important nutrient your child needs in order to give it their best at school. Fortunately, ensuring that your child gets enough potassium is easy. You can easily include these 3 high-potassium foods in their lunch or give them lunch money to get these foods from the cafeteria at school.…

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Using Simple Substitutions to Make Your Meals Healthier

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Eating healthier does not have to mean giving up all of your favorite dishes. In many cases, you can substitute healthier ingredients for the high-fat, high-calorie ingredients a recipe calls for and still end up with a tasty—yet much healthier—dish. Here’s a look at some common substitutions to try. Yogurt for Mayonnaise One tablespoon of mayonnaise contains a whopping 90 calories and 10 grams of fat! This can really add up when you use mayo in salad dressings, dips, and similar concoctions.…

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Good Alternatives to Refined Sugar

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Consuming refined sugar—especially a lot of it— can cause continual sugar cravings, unhealthy levels of blood fat, and obesity. So, you should consider limiting the amount of refined sugar you consume or even completely eliminating refined sugar from your diet. You can do this by using artificial sweeteners or sugar substitutes in place of refined sugar. Learn more about sugar substitutes so that you can make healthy changes to your diet.…

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FAQ About Dry Ice

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Do you need to keep food frozen inside of an ice chest while driving over a long distance? If you have been trying to figure out if using dry ice is safe to use or not, there is actually not much to worry about as long as you know how to handle it. This article will answer some of the questions that you might have in mind about dry ice.…

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Fun Ideas For Sandwich Lovers

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Are you a fan of sandwiches, but sometimes you want something a little different? Are sandwiches too convenient for you to try making some other type of food for lunch? Sandwiches are great, but if all you ever eat are ham & cheese sandwiches on plain white bread, then you’ll easily tire of this food. To avoid food burnout, it’s a good idea to try different tastes and textures every now and then.…

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Not a Drinker? Here's How to Pick Out the Right Wine to Bring to a Dinner Party

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Even if you are not a big wine drinker, you should still bring a bottle of wine to a dinner party when you’re invited to be a guest. It’s an easy and appropriate gift. You could choose to mimic George from Seinfeld, who decided that a big bottle of Pepsi was better than wine because he drank Pepsi, but it’s probably advisable to stick with a nice bottle of vino.…

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Five Cool Gifts For The Hip Dad

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If you want to give dad a gift that is as hip as he is, skip the ties and recliners. Give him a gift that he can appreciate and that suits his stylish swagger. When shopping, remember to give Dad something that is useful but still very cool, too.  Five gifts that any cool Dad will love to receive are: Give him a really hot gift. Dads typically love to cook outside, so what better gift than a new propane grill?…

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