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How-to: Make your own butter

You may have noticed that your butter has been more diffi cult to spread these past few months. Back in February, a few Canadian foodies started asking questions over social media about this strangely hard butter, causing a bunch of

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Food

How-to: grow your own green onions

In the past year or so, indoor herb gardens have taken off as both a decorative trend and a convenient means of supplying your kitchen with theoretically infinite, delicious herbs. While basil, thyme, and parsley plants dominate interior decoration Instagram,

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Food

Recipe: creamy oats

Most of us have been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I am on board with that statement, because the days I have breakfast tend to be more productive than the days I skip it.

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Date night

How-to: Have a COVID-safe Valentine’s Day

COVID has certainly taken a toll on us this past year, and for many of us, both romantic and platonic relationships have taken large hits due to safety measures. But no matter what lies ahead, opting to stay in on

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How-to: sanitize your home

Keeping your home clean is always crucial for your health, but never as important as during outbreaks. Most of the time, cleaning and sanitizing is pretty common sense, but there are some misconceptions about where the highest levels of germs

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How-to: make your own mask

November is here, and not much has changed in the COVID-19 scenario. We are all still in the thick of it with second waves, online learning, and restrictions threatening to increase. Masks are among the most-used items, and there aren’t

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How-to: make an emergency kit

Over this last year, a lot has changed, and it is fair to say that most everyone is more cautious now than ever before. Nonetheless, with all the hoarding of toiletries and non-perishable items, one thing that hasn’t been talked

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How-to: make your home a work and study space

There is a decent chance you’re working from home, a really good chance you’re taking classes from home, and an ever-present recommendation from health experts to stay home as often as you can. While we had a little taste of

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How-to: compost

As spring approaches so does the feeling of being greener, or in this case, muddier. Composting is the simplest and the most useful way to reduce household waste, and the resulting soil conditioner will add nutrients to your plants. A

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How-to: pickle vegetables

Outside of imperial Russia in winter, there has never been a better time to experiment with pickling. It works with almost any vegetable, is cheap, tasty, will give you a head start on genuine apocalypse prep, and will help limit

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