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Simple Ways To Prevent Nasal Congestion

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Nasal congestion is an issue that affects many people, and it can be bothersome 24 hours a day. When you’re trying to sleep, you may struggle to breathe to a degree that you don’t sleep soundly. And your spouse or significant other may have their sleep disrupted because of the loud volume of your breathing. Throughout the day, you may constantly be struggling to breathe clearly, sniffling, and blowing your nose.…

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Are You Going Out To Dinner? 2 Options to Consider

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Do you have a set date night for you and your spouse to have some time to yourselves? Perhaps you have a family night as well. Or, you might be part of a dinner group where each couple, or each person, in the group gets to take turns choosing which restaurant to go to. Whatever reason that you are looking for new eating experiences, from choosing a barbecue restaurant to choosing a restaurant that has a varied menu, here are some ideas that might help you to have a very nice time when you are going out to eat.…

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How To Make 3-Seed Organic Oat Bread

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Have you been looking for an oat bread with a lot of texture and delicious seeds? If you’re struggling to find this type of bread at a local bakery, consider making your own! This recipe calls for organic ingredients, and it results in a loaf with a soft oat texture, but also plenty of nuttiness from three kinds of seeds. You’ll need the following ingredients: 2 cups organic bread flour 2 cups organic oat flour 2 tablespoons organic, extra-virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons organic, raw honey 1 packet active, dry yeast 1 14 cups warm water 2 tablespoons organic flax seeds 14 cup organic sunflower seeds 2 tablespoons organic sesame seeds 1 egg white, whisked Combine the water, yeast, and sugar in the bowl of your electric mixer.…

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4 Useful Ways To Put Dry Ice To Work In Your Restaurant

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At the mention of “dry ice,” most people think about its use for spooky Halloween effects. But this frozen block of carbon dioxide can actually be used for so much more. If you own or manage a restaurant, you may find yourself in need of dry ice sometime in the future. But you may be surprised to learn the other ways you can put it to work and use it to your advantage.…

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A Guide To Keurig Coffee Machines

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If you’re the type of person that enjoys a hot cup of coffee every morning, the best thing you can do for yourself is invest in a quality coffee maker. Keurig is a brand that has gained a foothold on the market in recent years, due to the fact that they make some of the best machines around. If you’d like to get the most out of one of these coffee makers and get a nice, hot cup every single morning, read the tips below and start shopping around.…

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Seven Sweet Suggestions For Your Bottle Of Sauterne Wine

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Serve Sauterne wine for a sweet finish to a meal or a perfect pairing at a picnic. Use bulbous stemmed-glasses, which help to bring out the acidity of the wine, and serve two or three ounce pours, which are smaller than a standard five-ounce glass of wine. Your wine should be chilled and aerated, and older Sauternes should be aerated a little longer, resulting in a slightly warmer wine at peak serving temperature…

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The Best Ways To Keep A Delivered Pizza Warm

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If you order pizza and you won’t be eating it right away, one of the annoyances is that your pizza might be cold before it is finally time to enjoy it with friends and family. Fortunately, there are many ways that you can do this.  A Simple Phone Call Don’t overlook simple solutions such as contacting the pizza delivery man. Ask for the pizza delivery to be delayed 30 minutes. Call as early as possible so you do not catch the delivery man when he is already delivering the pizza.…

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Delicious Sugar Cookie Icing Variations For Your Next Holiday Party

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Let’s be honest. Everyone loves sugar cookies around the holidays. They’re easy, versatile, and full of yummy goodness! A good sugar cookie recipe, like the one by Tori Avey, is a great start, but the icing is just as important as the cookie itself. A bad icing can ruin a good sugar cookie any day. According to Food.com, the ingredients for a basic sugar cookie icing include 1 cup of powdered sugar, 2 teaspoons of milk, 2 teaspoons of light corn syrup, and ¼ teaspoon of vanilla extract.…

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The Right Restaurant Equipment Helps You Cut Down On Maintenance

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Your restaurant equipment costs you money in more than one way. There is, obviously, the cost of buying the equipment to begin with. Then, there are routine maintenance and repair costs. Then, there are the labor costs that come with maintaining equipment. And finally, there is the cost of wasted labor when employees are working with inefficient or poorly-maintained equipment. But, interestingly, spending your money wisely on the initial equipment purchase can help you reduce your spending in all of these other maintenance categories.…

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4 Tips For Planning A Summer Wedding Menu

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Summer is a great season for weddings. The season coincides with vacation time for many people, the sunshine and seasonal beauty give you many gorgeous photo opportunities, and the warm weather means that you can hold your wedding and reception partially or fully outdoors, which can give you a lot more space and scope for creativity. However, it’s important to take the season into account when planning the menu for your reception – what works for other seasons won’t necessarily work for a summer wedding.…

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