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    Getting Started

    If you care about your wallet, it's important to know how to make produce, pantry items, and kitchen tools last longer. And if you've started a new diet, like a vegetarian diet, it's essential to know what to stock up on so that you can stay on track.

    How To Store Fruit And Vegetables So They Don't Spoil

    How To Store Fruit And Vegetables So They Don't Spoil

    Knowing How to Prep

    It's easy to spend a lot of time in the kitchen prepping food before you've even started to cook. Knowing the best way to prep even the simplest things, let along tricky foods like dragon fruit, can be a huge time saver.

    Make it From Scratch

    When you make some of your own condiments, you get to tailor them to your own tastes. Many of these take only a few minutes of your time, and they add that-something-special to recipes that everyone raves over.

    How to Cook Without a Recipe

    You don't have to go to culinary school to learn how to cook without a recipe. For example, once you know how a couple of vegetables air fry, you can translate that knowledge to other veggies. Even most soups are made using the same steps that are easy to duplicate with what's fresh in your larder.

    Baking Tips and Hacks

    There are few worse things than being in the middle of a recipe and realizing you're completely out of some critical ingredient. You don't have time to run to the grocery, or maybe it's late and the store is closed. Knowing great substitutions can save the day (and your mind).

    How to Bake Better Than Store-Bought

    There's no question it's easier to purchase a frozen pie shell than to make your own buttery, flaky crust from scratch. But there's also no question that there's no comparison in flavor and texture. It's good to know how to make a basic crust, scone, and pizza bread.

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