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Make Crystal Clear Ice!
Make Crystal Clear Ice! : in this instructable I will show you how to make crystal cear ice without any special equipment! it is super easy! you will be surprised!
Mom's Super Laundry Sauce | Whipped Laundry Soap | Make your own Laundry Detergent
Here's a super simple Whipped Cream Super Laundry Soap, Do It Yourself laundry soap detergent recipe that doesn't leave any residue on clothing, gets nearly every stain known to man out the first time around and smells clean and fresh- oh and did I mention that it costs about $1.76 for 128 loads of laundry?
26 Things You Can Do With A Crock Pot - GOODEness Gracious
Updated: Visit our new site RecipesThatCrock.com to check out all the ways we cRock the pot! The Crock Pot Exchange‘s recent Crock Pot Party and now all the Facebook chatter over the Crock Pot Girls, I got to ponderin’ about all the wonderful things one could do with a crock pot. I heart my crock...Read More »
Make a Glass Marble Tiled Table » Dollar Store Crafts
While some stock at Dollar Tree changes all the time, there are a few items that are a constant on their shelves. One of the things that you can always find there are bags of flat, gem-like glass marbles. There are so many things you can do with them, including this fun idea by Shannon […]
Ricotta and Spinach Calzones - Kitschen Cat
Ricotta and Spinach Calzones. A cheesy vegetarian calzone to substitute into your pizza routine!
Homemade Pain Cream - Modern Alternative Mama
Make your own homemade pain cream with essential oils. Great for burns, sore muscles, joint pain, and lots more! Adaptable for different ages.
Homemade Ricotta Cheese Recipe
This homemade ricotta cheese recipe calls for nothing more than milk, buttermilk, salt and time. Best ricotta you've ever tasted!
How to Make Crème Fraîche (in One Easy Step!) Recipe
Crème fraîche is incredibly simple to make at home: You simply combine cream with a small amount of buttermilk and allow it to rest in a covered container at room temperature for about 12 hours. The ratio of cream to buttermilk doesn't really matter all that much; add more buttermilk and you'll need less time for the cream to thicken (but it'll be less creamy). Add more, and it takes longer, but tastes better. We found one tablespoon of buttermilk per cup of cream (that's a 1:16 ratio) to…