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Catching Up With The Coach
June 2022

Original Release: 6/1/2022

A magnifying glass placed within the center of a large word cloud shows the words Helpful Tips. The Word Cloud includes words like, learning, analysis, framework, content, delivery, reporting, etc.

For this month I'd like to highlight the following tips.

A huge thanks to Melanie Mama Peach for sharing.

1) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Cleanups / For The Drops And Disasters, Plus Some Of The Ordinary Dreary Messes
Tea Kettles
* To rid of lime deposits, fill with equal parts vinegar and water. Bring to a boil and allow to stand overnight.

2) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Cleanups / For The Drops And Disasters, Plus Some Of The Ordinary Dreary Messes
Thermos Bottles
* Put 1 teaspoon baking soda in bottle, fill with warm water and soak a few minutes before washing in usual manner.

3) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Cleanups / For The Drops And Disasters, Plus Some Of The Ordinary Dreary Messes
Tin Pie Pans
* Remove rust by dipping a raw potato in cleaning powder and scouring.

4) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Keeping Food Fresh
Lettuce And Celery
* Lettuce and celery will keep longer if you store them in the refrigerator in paper bags instead of cellophane ones. Do not remove the outisde leaves of either until ready to use.
* Lettuce won't rust as quickly if you place a paper towel or napkin in the storage container.
* Line the bottom of the vegetable compartments with paper toweling. This absorbs the excess moisture and keeps all fruits and vegetables fresher for a longer period of time.

5) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Keeping Food Fresh - Sprouting Onions
* To keep dry onions from sprouting and becoming soft, wrap individually in foil. They will stay firm for some time.

6) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Keeping Food FreshToo Many Peeled Potatoes
* Cover them with cold water to which a few drops of vinegar have been added. Keep refrigerated and they will last for 3 to 4 days.
* Leftover baked potatoes will sour quickly if stacked together in the refrigerator.

7) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Keeping Food Fresh
Garlic
* Garlic cloves will never dry out if you store them in a bottle of cooking oil. After the garlic is used up, you can use the garlic-flavored oil for salad dressing.

8) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Keeping Food Fresh:
Cheese
* To keep cheese from drying out, wrap in a cloth damped with vinegar.

9) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Keeping Food Fresh
Milk
* Don't pour milk from the pitcher or glasses back into the carton. The room temperature milk may cause the colder milk to sour.

10) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Keeping Food Fresh
Brown Sugar
* Store in plastic bag. Wrap tightly. Place in coffee can with snap-on lid.

11) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Keeping Food Fresh
Cocoa
* A glass jar is an ideal container for storing cocoa products. It keeps the flavor in and unwanted odors out. Be sure to store in a dry cool place. Moisture will cause cocoa to lump.

12) Best Of Helpful Hints: The Kitchen

Keeping Food Fresh
Cake
* Place one-half an apple in the cake box.
* Placing a slice of fresh bread fastened with toothpicks to the cut edge of a cake will keep the cake from drying out and getting stale.


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