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How to fix Wi-Fi issues on Android 5.1 Lollipop

Google's latest Android Lollipop iteration brings several welcome features such as support for multiple SIM cards, device protection and high …

This Clever Duvet Cover Trick is Going to Change Your Life

The "duvet burrito" makes changing your cover SO much easier.<p>Nothing says frustrating like trying to put on a duvet cover by yourself. In a world of iPhones, robo-vacuums, and all sorts of tech gadgets, you'd think we would have found a simpler solution to this cumbersome housekeeping task by now. …

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Why is Hershey's afraid of British chocolate?

The US confectionery giant is blocking the import of British favourites such as Cadbury, but many Americans have a growing taste for good chocolate<p>American-based fans of British chocolate have been left reeling at <b>Hershey's action to ban their favourite bars from the US</b>.<p>The American confectionery …

Fruit and nut bars recipe

Fruit and nut bars offer a great source of carbohydrate in the grains and berries<p><b>SERVES</b><br>Makes eight bars<p><b>INGREDIENTS</b><br>1 cup pitted dates<br>Vegetable oil cooking spray<br>1½ cups oats, finely ground<br>⅓ cup dried cranberries, chopped<br>⅓ cup dried cherries, chopped<br>⅓ cup dried blueberries<br>2 tbsp oat bran<br>3 tbsp ground …

Why You Should Drink Milk After Working Out

Yes, milk.<p>After a sweat-soaked hour at the gym, what really hits the spot is a bottle of ice-cold, refreshing…milk? Actually, yes, according to a new study. Research published in the journal <i>Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism</i> found that drinking milk is the best way to recover after a …

The Secret to Crisp Arancini (Rice Balls) With Molten Centers: Sushi Rice

Food writers spend a lot of time waxing poetic about magical childhood food memories, and attempts at recreating—but never quite capturing—that original ideal experience. But sometimes the opposite happens. Sometimes we eat bad versions of dishes in our childhood and we somehow end up accepting it, …