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 How to Warm Up a Stale Sticky Bun?

Answer Stale sticky buns can be enjoyed once again by reheating them in a microwave or oven. Reheating, or warming up, the buns and sprinkling milk or water remoistens the cake and prevents it from becomi... Read More »
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I have on my warm blue sweater tonight,,,,,,what or who is keeping you warm?

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Should I warm up my car even if it is warm?

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Do tea bags go stale?

Like any other ground leafy spice or herb, tea in bags or loose will go stale and lose its flavor and aroma. After opening the box, store tea bags in a cool, dry, dark place in a tight-sealing, odo... Read More »
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How to Rehydrate Stale Tobacco?

If you are a pipe smoker you have dealt with stale tobacco at one time or another. Often you buy it from a store where it just doesn't sell well and sits on the shelf too long. Here are a few metho... Read More »
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