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How to Clean a Coffee Maker With Bleach

Coffee dripping in a coffee machine

Coffee makers are a staple in pretty much every kitchen, from college dorm rooms to mansions. People love having their morning cup of jo, I can say very confidently that my fiancé has at least one cup every day! Ask yourself though, when is the last time you ever cleaned your coffee maker? Chances are …

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How to Clean a Mortar and Pestle

Clean porcelain mortar and pestle

Right up there with fire (and maybe even before that), the mortar and pestle was one of the first kitchen gadgets man invented. After all, what is a mortar and pestle than two rocks bashing and grinding into each other? Here in San Diego, you can even see ancient mortars carved into the rocks at …

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How to Clean a Meat Grinder

Meat grinder being used to grind beef cuts

Few things will take your next burger or sausage recipe to the next level quite like grinding your own meat. The control you have in food safety, quality, mix, and texture is unparalleled in the kitchen.  But, for all the same reasons we need to be cautious of ground meats on the store shelves, we …

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How to Clean an Electric Skillet

An electric skillet is a great way to gain back some valuable stove top real estate. They are one part hot plate, one part non stick pan, however, they are not the easiest to clean. Lucky for you, if you have never cleaned an electric skillet or were unsure if you were doing it the …

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How to Clean Cauliflower

Fresh cauliflower in need of cleaning

Cauliflower is one of the best ways to start cutting down on carbs and calories in your diet. If you have ever had cauliflower rice, cauliflower mashed potatoes, or had some buffalo or Manchurian style you know exactly what I mean.  Cauliflower is neutral in flavor and has texture very close to that of a …

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How to Clean Hard Anodized Cookware

Anodized cookware

One of the wonderful things about modern cookware is hard, durable, anodized aluminum. Another major plus is safety – aluminum cookware is much safer than PTFE and Teflon, as it won’t release chemicals into the air when you heat it on the stove. For many of us, anodized cookware was and still is our first …

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How to Clean a Wooden Salad Bowl

Clean wooden salad bowls stacked on top of each other

Wooden salad bowls are amazing pieces of craftsmanship. Some fetch prices well into the hundreds of dollars and are considered heirlooms or wedding presents. Whether you are dealing with a $30 or a $300 dollar wooden bowl you want to make sure you are taking care of it properly. We’ll review how to clean and …

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