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Using Food Dehydrators to Save Money and Preserve Food

03rd August 2012
With a sluggish economy and more and more people trying to live a healthier lifestyle, home gardeners are producing a bounty of fresh produce. But you can only give away so much zucchini and so many tomatoes. What do you do with the rest? Freezing and... Read >
Author: Lawrence Reaves

George Forman Grills Offering Non-stick Grilling

09th February 2012
George Forman Nonstick Countertop Grill can be had by one-day shipping. This is a neat, electric countertop grill which gives you 36 inches of cooking space. This grill heats up quickly and delivers heat evenly over the entire cooking surface. There are t... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

Soymilk Maker/Soy Milk Maker/Soya Milk Maker/Soybean Milk Maker/Soup Maker/Food Processor

30th January 2012
Zhongshan Opaye Industry Co.,Ltd. is a professional manufacturer of soy milk maker in China. We have won all head-to-head tests conducted by independent experts. Our over 12 years of experience have brought many subtle but important improvements so that O... Read >
Author: Zhongshan Opaye Industry Co.,Ltd.

Diagnosing a Faulty Dishwasher Heating Element: DIY vs. Professional Appliance Repair Services

15th November 2011
When your dishwasher's heating element isn't working properly, the problem can manifest itself in a number of ways. Learn to recognize the symptoms of a faulty heating element and weigh the pros and cons of handling the necessary dishwasher repair in hous... Read >
Author: Maria Allen

Spa Hot Tub Repair - How Do I Prevent Repairs to My Hot Tub?

17th June 2011
As an owner of a spa, hot tub, swimming pool or Jacuzzi, the question of repairs will sooner or later grow to be very apparent. A spa or hot tub is a complicated mechanical piece of equipment with literally 100's of components that can fail. The price of ... Read >
Author: Hal Reed

Hair Rollers Hot, Velcro & Steam Curlers Explained

16th November 2010
Are you unsure of the differences between the Hot, Velcro and Steam hair rollers. Do you know which you should use for your hair type. I will explain the pros and cons as well as their distinctions. Steam Rollers: This type of curler uses moisture to l... Read >
Author: beautystop

Best ovens for Home-Based Bakers: Traditional or Convection

09th November 2010
The new trend in home-based baking has brought about a number of questions for those who bake cakes, cupcakes, pies, cookies and pastries for a living. Today everyone seems to be consumed with thoughts of food, buying specialty food items to enhance their... Read >
Author: Home-Based Baking

A Brief History of Coffee Makers

20th May 2010
The Good Ol' Days: A Pan on the Campfire For thousands of years, people have been brewing coffee. During most of that time, coffee was made in a simple pan filled with coffee grounds and water from the local well or stream. The mixture was placed on... Read >
Author: Felix J. Sheffield

Greenhouse Heaters

28th January 2010
If you want to keep your greenhouse at the ideal temperature for overwintering most frost sensitive plants, a minimum temperature of 7C (45F), you need to heat it during the coldest part of the year (autumn and winter). Many gardeners never heat their gre... Read >
Author: Mark Spencer

Top 5 Best Electronic Bidet Toilet Seats

24th November 2009
1. The Clean Sense dib-1500/1500R - There's no better value available on the market today. The Clean Sense line of advanced electronic bidet toilet seats is known for its unbeatable combination of quality and value. Their bidet seats feature energy effici... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

A Technique in Cooking Perfect Soft Boiled Eggs

18th November 2009
Soft boiled eggs may seem to be a simple way to cook eggs at first. A lot of people never really put much thought into cooking soft boiled eggs. They just put in some water and eggs in a pot then bring it to a boil. After bringing the water to boil they t... Read >
Author: Pie Nimb

Electric Geysers conversion of electrical energy into heat energy

11th September 2009
It is so relaxing to take a shower in hot water after a long days work. This is when electric geysers become useful. Geysers work on the principle of conversion of electrical energy into heat energy by using a heating element. Cold water comes into a d... Read >
Author: Parul Batra

How to Oxidize Silver Jewelry

11th July 2009
While out shopping, you may have noticed silver jewelry that looks tarnished in the recessed areas. Were you mistaken to think a store would sell tarnished jewelry? Well in fact it is quite the fashion trend right now! Oxidization refers to a process... Read >
Author: Uptown Studio

GHD vs. CHI – Compare the score

16th February 2009
The topic GHD vs. CHI is highly intriguing as both do very well in flat iron reviews and ratings and also both seem to have a loyal customer base, so to compare both this hair straightener and judging and marking one of them as superior over the other is ... Read >
Author: Hair iron

Rival Deep Fryers - Why it's the Best Electric Deep Fryer You Can Buy

09th January 2009
Wise consumers always look for kitchen appliances that have the right features at the right price. Rival deep fryers are such appliances. If you want an electric deep fryer that's safe, cooks delicious food every time and is effortless to use, then you ma... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien
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