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25 Foods That Magically Regrow Themselves | Save money by regrowing from kitchen scraps #BecauseImCheap

25 foods that magically regrow themselves Did you know you could regrow food from table scraps? Just put the scraps from the foods here into a glass of water and they will regrow themselves! Super frugal way to garden!

Everyone needs a little help in the kitchen. Here are six of my favorite infographics that will save you some frustration and time when cooking your next meal. These are perfect to print out and keep in a drawer or to stick on the fridge. 1. A Great Substitution Chart:

Useful shelflife infographic to reduce food waste. Foods unopened, uncut or uncooked - unless stated otherwise - and their shelf life in the pantry, refrigerator and freezer.

You want to something special for a party, but the recipe calls for cake flour and buttermilk and all you have is all-purpose and 2%. It's happened to the best of us. Luckily, there are substitutions for these no-so-common ingredients that you can whip up with items you likely already have in the cabinet (baking soda! cornstarch! lemon juice!)

You want to something special for a party, but the recipe calls for cake flour and buttermilk and all you have is all-purpose and It's happened to the best of us. Luckily, there are substitutions (Common Ingredients Recipes)

What do you do when your recipe calls for grams, but you only have measuring cups? How do you measure a pinch? Use our free downloadable guide to make sure you're converting measurements perfectly every time.

Kitchen Math Made Easy: What do you do when your recipe calls for grams, but you only have measuring cups? How do you measure a pinch?