If you have a lot of chili powder at home, you’re likely wondering about chili powder shelf life and whether it’s safe to use. Here’s what you need to know.
Black pepper is one of the oldest and most widely-used spices. Here’s everything you need to know about the shelf life of black pepper and how to properly store it.
Here’s the nitty-gritty on how to clean a wood cutting board after raw meat (or poultry and seafood). Learn how to clean, remove odors and stains, and disinfect.
Want to brush up on your cutting board knowledge? Here’s a rundown of the pros and cons of different types of wood vs plastic vs bamboo cutting boards.
Whether you have dried coriander seeds, or fresh coriander leaves (aka cilantro), we’ll go over coriander shelf life and how to properly store it for optimal freshness.
Good for more than just baking, there are so many other uses for vanilla extract. From enhancing savory dishes to neutralizing odors, read the complete list here.
Tackle the mess in your kitchen with this strategic kitchen cleaning checklist for daily, weekly, and deep cleaning. Roll up your sleeves and let’s get started!
Wondering how to wash fruits and vegetables with vinegar? We’ll go over the best ways to use vinegar plus a few other best practices when washing fresh produce.
Pine needles have so many great culinary uses. Foraging pine needles is fairly easy once you know a few tips. Here’s how to forage pine needles and what to do with them.
Are spruce tips edible? Yes, they are. Here’s how to properly identify, harvest, and use this citrus-y, edi ble wild food.
Cattails are edible wild food. Here are some foraging tips, plus how to eat the cattail plant, along with 5 recipes to get you started.
Here’s how to make dandelion root coffee, a tasty, caffeine-free, coffee substitute—three different ways.
How to preserve swiss chard: a step-by-step guide to blanching and freezing. Wash, cut, blanch and freeze chard in portioned baggies for use all year long.
Cooking with dandelions is an easy and nutritious way to make use of an edible plant you may have growing in your backyard. From flower to root, the entire plant is edible.
You can cook, blend, bake, and drink goji berries. Here’s how to use goji berries plus a recipe roundup of our favorites.
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