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Make Ultra-Tender Biscuits With Oat Flour

Photo: Allie Chanthorn ReinmannThe quest for tender biscuits always starts out the same—smashing butter, flour, and liquid together—and yet, it can end in all sorts of ways. Besides the occasionally dry, crunchy biscuit, the...
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Expensive Credit Cards That Don’t Seem Worth It, But Are

Photo: Valeri Potapova (Shutterstock)There are a lot of expensive credit cards on the market these days: Some of them have annual fees that can be as high as $500, so it’s natural to wonder...
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All the Ways You Could Better Organize Your Groceries at Checkout

Photo: Photobac (Shutterstock)Are you one of those elite grocery shoppers who calmly and methodically works your way through the aisles, cart tidy and organized, all produce in one section and boxes neatly stacked and...
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You Can Curate Lists of Your Favorite (or Frequent) Locations in Google Maps

Photo: BigTunaOnline (Shutterstock)When you open Google Maps, it’s usually either for somewhere you’ve never been before, or a location you visit all the time. The app makes it easy to find a new restaurant...
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Why You Should Blanch Your Vegetables Before Freezing Them

Buying vegetables in bulk is a good way to save money on already cheap (or not so cheap) vegetables. Many of them will keep for weeks in a cool, dry place, but even the...
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What Is a ‘Bleisure’ (and How Can You Take One)?

Photo: TDway (Shutterstock)Traveling for work is one of those things that is exciting in theory but not-so-great in practice, especially for the trips where you spend a bunch of time flying to an exciting...
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Make a Breakfast Burrito With Last Night’s Fried Rice

The best fried rice is made with “leftover” rice. Specifically, rice that has already been cooked, then dried, usually in the refrigerator. The best breakfast burritos are, in turn, made with leftover fried rice—or...
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15 Things I Always Buy at the Asian Grocery Store

I’m aware that I’ve listed three things in the title, and what I really mean is “all the produce,” but since that’s a whole list in itself, we’ll just start with three. Thai chilis,...
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