Month: July 2022

10 Kitchen gadgets you’ll wish you bought ages ago » Gadget Flow

Don’t have a stand mixer or kitchen composter yet? Indulge in your FOMO and check out these kitchen gadgets you should probably have bought ages ago. There are certain things that a well-equipped kitchen needs, like a digital smart scale for ground coffee or a touchless soap dispenser. Practical and well-built, they make your daily …

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A Uvalde teacher is talking about the shooting after weeks in the hospital : NPR

JUANA SUMMERS, HOST: The lone survivor of Room 111 from the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, is finally home. Teacher Arnie Reyes was welcomed back by a drive-by parade of cars, the smells of home cooking and family and friends who are working around the clock to care for him. He …

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Sprinly Review: A vegan, organic meal delivery service

sprinly pros healthy and fresh No cooking required Sustainable packaging Cons Meals aren’t filling Menu repeats frequently When it comes to meal delivery services, the Reviewed team has basically tried it all. We’ve cooked with meal kits of all kinds, and we’ve ordered pre-made meals that called for microwaving, sous viding, and more. So when …

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If Recipes Confuse You, Alzheimer’s Could Be to Blame — Best Life

Cooking and sharing meals is central to many of our lives—an everyday ritual that keeps us close. But experts say it can also offer a window into your health—if you know what to look out for. In particular, the Alzheimer’s Association warns that if you notice one particular thing while cooking, it could alert you …

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