Juicing

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Nuking a lemon or lime for 20 seconds will help get every last drop out of it!

Bean Soaking

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Get a bowl full of water and put some baking soda in. Next, microwave it for 10 minutes and you just saved yourself an overnight wait!

Disinfect Your Cutting Board

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Rub a lemon on your cutting board then microwave it for one minute!

Cleaning Gunk

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Take sliced lemons and put them in water. Next, put it in the microwave for five minutes, this should free up a lot of the gunk and make it easer to clean!

Peel Tomatoes

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Microwaving a tomato for 30 seconds will lessen the skin on a tomato making it easier to peel!

Toasted Nuts

Putting a half tablespoon of canola oil on a plate then pour the nuts on the plate. Nuke for one minute intervals shaking the nuts in between. 5-8 minutes later you’ll have a tasty snack!

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Dry Herbs

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Putting herbs on a paper towel and microwave for 30 seconds, take them out and flip them. Repeat for 2-4 minutes!

No More Microwave Splatter

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To prevent splattering, stab your potato with a fork making spots for air!

Onion Cutting

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Cutting the ends off the onion, and nuking it for 30 seconds will make it tear free when cutting it!

Scrambled Eggs

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Pour your beaten eggs in a mug and add some milk, cheese, salt, pepper, microwave for 45 seconds, take it out and stir it, put it back in for 45 more seconds!

Peel Garlic

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Microwaving garlic for 15 seconds will make the skin fall right off!

Removing a Stamp

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Placing a few drops of water on a stamp and microwaving it for 20 seconds will make the stamp peel right off!

Disinfecting Your Sponge

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Ring your sponge out and put it in the microwave for 2 minutes and it will kill most of the germs on it!

Save Stale Bread

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Reviving stale bread is easy! Put it on a wet paper towel in the microwave for 10 seconds, and it will be like new!

Stale Potato Chips

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If you accidentally left a bag of chips open just put them on a paper towel, and heat them briefly to save them!

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