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    DOLLAR TREE stores can provide great deals, but there are allegedly seven items to never buy while shopping there - one of which reportedly could be hazardous to your health. The chain operates thousands of stores across the US and Canada and offers a wide variety of merchandise from food to household products to apparel and toys. 2Dollar Tree operates thousands of stores across the US and CanadaCredit: Getty However, according to YouTuber Bargain Bethany there are some things you should stay away from. In her video post, she says since the retailer increased the price of its products from $1 to $1.25 in November of last year she's been discouraged from buying brand-name non-perishable goods there. That includes things like cereals and canned vegetables. The reason, she claims, is because Dollar Tree cereals tend to come in 3-ounce bags and with the 25-cent increase "you're paying more per ounce." She also says "I can go to Walgreens and get 11 ounces or $1.99; or I can go to Target and get a family-size that has 15 ounces...
    Whether you prefer your toast golden or dark, your loaf frozen or fresh, it changes the structure of the bread — and the impact it can have on your health.Frozen breadThe glycaemic response of bread (the speed at which the starches break down to sugars) varies when it is frozen, defrosted and toasted — compared to fresh bread. That’s what a 2008 study by Oxford Brookes University, published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found — blaming the fact that it changes the make-up of starch molecules, making them more resistant to digestion, says Dr Sangeetha Thondre, a senior lecturer in nutrition at the university’s Centre for Nutrition and Health. The structure of the starch is broken down by the freezing process, making it harder for digestive enzymes in the mouth and gut to break it down, says Dr Thondre. Whether you prefer your toast golden or dark, your loaf frozen or fresh, it changes the structure of the bread — and the impact it can have on your health ‘Even when the bread is defrosted, those starches cannot...
    A MAN has come up with a brilliant hack to ensure your frozen pizza is perfectly sliced when it comes out of the oven - and it takes mere seconds. Eric Grant took to TikTok to reveal his "life hack" as he explained: "Next time you're cooking a frozen pizza, put it on the edge of the counter, half way, and hit it." 3Eric Grant took to TikTok to share his hack for getting a frozen pizza separated into slices before it comes out of the ovenCredit: Tiktok/@trendkings 3The hack involves putting the pizza so it's half on, half off the counter and then smashing the hanging side so that it snaps in halfCredit: Tiktok/@trendkings 3Once removed from the oven, the pizza is already pre-cut into quartersCredit: Tiktok/@trendkings He then rotates the pizza a quarter of a turn to the right before hitting the half hanging off the counter again. "That way, when you get it out of the oven, it's already pre-cut - you don't have to worry about pizza slices or any of that kind of stuff,"...
    WE’RE all guilty of throwing out the odd bag of wilting salad or stale loaf of bread, but your food waste could be costing you much more than you think. The average UK family wastes eight meals a week on average, binning £60 worth of food every month.  1Finance expert Andrea Knowles reveals how you could save hundreds on your food shop every yearCredit: Getty That’s £720 a year – in a time where the cost of living is on the rise.  So to help Brits save some cash, the personal finance expert at vouchers.co.uk, Andrea Knowles, has shared 10 simple ways to reduce your food waste.  1.     Use the FIFO method Keeping your fridge organised can help you keep track of what you have, and also what needs to be eaten before the eat-by date.  With this in mind, stick to the “FIFO” (first in, first out) method. Placing newly bought foods at the back of the cupboard or fridge will encourage people to use the food in the front row first, which will ensure freshness and...
    WINTER means that your vehicle is constantly covered in snow - and your fuel door may be frozen shut too. A frozen fuel door makes fueling up time-consuming. However, we have four fixes for your frozen fuel door. 1Hot water is a great solution to unfreeze your fuel tank door if you don't have de-icing spray These fixes will make fueling up in the cold winter mornings easy and simple. 1. Clear your vehicle's exhaust pipe and radiator grill The first thing you should do is clear your vehicle's exhaust pipe and radiator grill of any snow. You can do this with a snow brush and ice scraper. If you do not have a snow brush or ice scraper, they can be easily be found at places like Ace Hardware, Walmart and Home Depot. For a faster solution, you could also ask a neighbor or friend to borrow their brush or scraper for the morning. Most read in MotorsSHORT SUPPLY 3 tips for buying a new car during chip shortage as Ford cuts manufacturingSTICK AROUND I...
    WITH Valentine’s Day soon upon us, I’m bringing you a tasty two-course meal that’s perfect for a night in with your loved one. Both of these recipes can be made in advance and popped in the freezer, so you won’t have to rush around madly on the night itself, and can instead enjoy some quality time together. 2Wow your partner on Valentine's Day with Batch Lady's salmon en croûte recipe What’s better than a wonderful home-cooked meal to treat a loved one? A batch home-cooked meal, that’s what! Happy Valentine’s to all. Salmon en croûte (serves two) Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 45 minutes YOU NEED: 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tsp frozen chopped garlic 150ml crème fraîche 75g handful frozen peas 2 large handfuls fresh spinach Handful fresh dill, chopped Zest 1 lemon 2 skinless salmon fillets 1 sheet pre-rolled puff pastry 1 egg METHOD: Add oil to frying pan with frozen garlic and sizzle for 3 minutes. Turn the heat down and add crème fraîche, peas and spinach. Cook until spinach has wilted. Once off...
    A MUM-OF-NINE has revealed how she manages to feed her family for £1.90 a head per day. The stay-at-home mum, who lives in rural Canberra, New South Wales, Australia, shared how she keeps to a tight budget of just £630 a month to feed her family of 11, spending just £10.41 on dinner. 4Claire with her nine children; Georgina, Charlotte, Franchesca, Abigail, twins Catherine and Elizabeth, Rose, Martina, and Michael.Credit: Mercury 4A typical fortnightly shop for the mum-of-nine costs around £315Credit: Mercury Claire Louise Hooker, 35, who is a home-school teacher and blogger, and her husband Mark, 39, a civil service worker, are forced to travel over 29 miles each shopping trip, due to the lack of shops in the rural town where her family lives. Claire said: “The budgets can go up and down when you consider birthdays, as they run from October to May, but for food, we always try and stick to £630 a month. “We have to bulk buy a lot of items like bread, and raw meats including chicken and beef, as we tend to...
    COST of living starting to bite? You CAN make more for less – and put those worries on ice. TV chef Phil Vickery says it’s easy to make a nutritious, filling meal from staples you have probably got tucked away in the cupboard or freezer. 7Phil's latest book, The Canny Cook, is full of recipes created to show you how to spend and waste lessCredit: Rex His latest book, The Canny Cook, is full of recipes created to show you how to spend and waste less. The recipes are also fuss-free and bursting with flavour. Phil says: “For many years now I have been happy to use frozen and canned products, as the quality is hard to beat. “I have been criticised by fellow chefs for ‘deskilling’ the industry but my view is quite simple: If the flavour and texture is just as good and it’s cheaper, why wouldn’t you use canned or frozen?” Here, Natasha Harding chooses six family treats from the book. Most read in LifestyleIT'S TORTURE Queen DEFIANT Prince Harry & Andrew scandals can't ruin final years on...
    (CNN)Starting or staying on the gold medal-winning Mediterranean diet? Then you'll need a shopping resource you can use to stock your pantry with Mediterranean meal essentials -- and continue to use on a weekly basis to restock and purchase fresh, frozen and canned vegetables, fruits, and more.We created a printable shopping list dedicated to the foods prioritized in the Mediterranean diet -- you can download it here.Extra-virgin olive oilWhat's first on the list for a Mediterranean pantry? You guessed it -- extra-virgin olive oil, fondly called EVOO by many chefs. It's the basis of all Greek cooking, and Greeks love it so much that when they think someone's gone a bit off their rocker they say "He's losing oil."Greece was a key focus of early 1950s research into the diet's health benefits. Today, studies show adhering to the Mediterranean style of eating will help you fight off high cholesterol, heart disease and dementia, all while losing weight!Read MoreHow to start the Mediterranean diet — meal by mealCould that be partly due to the heart-healthy benefits of olive oil? A 2013...
    Avanti Frozen Foods has expanded its recall of certain frozen shrimp products as a precaution related to a previous salmonella outbreak. According to a release by the Food and Drug Administration, products that have been recalled include various sizes of frozen cooked, peeled, deveined shrimp — with some packaged with cocktail sauce — sold in various unit sizes. The FDA said the recall was initiated “out of abundance of precaution” and covers a large amount of product that hasn’t been associated with any illness. The frozen shrimp products being recalled were distributed nationwide from November 2020 to May 2021, according to the FDA. Stores that carried the shrimp include Whole Foods and Food Lion. The brands being recalled include the following: Big River 365 Ahold Censea COS CWNO Brand First Street Nature’s Promise Harbor Banks HOS Meijer Sandbar Sea Cove Waterfront Bistro Wellsley Farms WFNO Brands Hannaford Food Lion See the specific package sizes, product codes and expiration dates on the recalled shrimp. CNN reported on the original recall in late June, saying the Centers for Disease Control...
    EVER since they first watched Frozen, our kids have been nothing short of OBSESSED with Elsa's long luscious blonde plait. There's just one small problem: we can't braid hair within an inch of our lives. 3Holly's braid took less than a minute to do and it looks JUST like Elsa'sCredit: @hollyauna/Tiktok 3Frozen's Elsa is famous for her long blonde braidCredit: Alamy Luckily for us, TikTok star Holly Aura has revealed her super simple tutorial for creating the perfect princess plait. And the best part is, it takes less than a MINUTE to do. Walking her 875,000 followers through the process, Holly begins by styling her long brown hair into a side parting. After giving in a thorough brush to get rid of any tangles, Holly then takes two pieces of hair by her parting and wraps the bottom one underneath the top. She then repeats this process as she works her way down the side of her head. When she gets to her ear, Holly stops wrapping her hair, divides it into three sections and begins to braid it like...
    It’s a humid August evening and you are finishing up dinner. It was delicious, but you still want something sweet to finish off the night. Turning on the oven sounds miserable and a warm, decadent treat won’t be that nice to eat right now anyways. Don’t worry – frozen desserts to the rescue! While most of these recipes need to be prepared ahead of time, they are so great for summer! Make them early on and keep them in the fridge for whenever a sweet tooth hits. You’ll be grateful that you did. These 10 frozen dessert recipes are so tasty and perfect for summer! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy!  1. Frozen Lime Slushie Source: Frozen Lime Slushie This Frozen Lime Slushie by Helyn Dunn is so refreshing — perfect for summer! 2. Sugar Free Peanut Butter Freezer Fudge Source: Sugar Free Peanut Butter Freezer Fudge Imagine a fudgy bite, perfectly sweetened with dates and lightly salty...
    Jeff Bezos is stepping down as Amazon CEO. Hell still have huge power at the company 15 States Spending the Most on Parks and Recreation 4 Cards With Massive Sign Up Bonuses (Get $200 Fast) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Eat This, Not That! What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Frozen Dinners After a hectic, jam-packed day, the last thing you want to do is cook yourself a homemade meal. And while another easy option is to order takeout, you may not feel like you would make it another hour without waiting. That's where frozen dinners come in. You can have a full meal from the comfort of your home in just minutes—what could be better than that? Well, we'll tell you: Although they're incredibly convenient, eating frozen dinners regularly may not do your body as many favors as they do your busy schedule. We spoke to registered dietitians to learn of the side effects of eating frozen...
    Sorbet is a fruity, frozen treat that is perfect for a refreshing snack! These sorbets are super simple (often just blended frozen fruit) and mostly even under 10 ingredients! Try one of these sorbet recipes for the Food Monster App in honor of warm weather, delicious fruit, and a happy belly! 1. Roasted Strawberry and Watermelon Sorbet  Source: Roasted Strawberry and Watermelon Sorbet This Roasted Strawberry and Watermelon Sorbet by Azucena Noriega is absolute perfection. The watermelon’s light acidity provides a subtle base that accentuates the roasted strawberries’ rich, toasty sweetness. 2. 5-Ingredient Passion Fruit Sorbet Source: 5-Ingredient Passion Fruit Sorbet Look at the color on this 5-Ingredient Passion Fruit Sorbet by Azucena Noriega. Celebrate the change of the seasons with this delicious dessert! 3. Soursop Sorbet  Source: Soursop Sorbet This Soursop Sorbet by Soursop Sorbet is so refreshing and unique! This refreshing sorbet allows you to enjoy all of the unique sweetness of soursop without the trouble. 4. Raspberry Rose Sorbet Source: Raspberry Rose Sorbet This Raspberry Rose Sorbet by Courtney West is so bright! This sorbet has the floral and...
    Most of us think nothing of throwing out the crusts from each loaf of bread, scraping leftovers into the bin and routinely scooping bags of soggy salad leaves and decomposing cucumbers out of the fridge. Yet the average household could save £160 a year by hitting The Mail on Sunday’s 30 per cent food waste reduction target.  That’s just 1kg (2.2 lb) a week – the same as three slices of bread, two apples, one glass of milk, a portion of leftovers such as shepherd’s pie and two sausages.  A family with children can save £210 a year on average by hitting the 30 per cent target. So what are the secrets to slashing your food waste? For the answers, The Mail on Sunday turned to Britain’s top expert on household food waste – Helen White, the special adviser for environmental charity WRAP. he average household could save £160 a year by hitting The Mail on Sunday’s 30 per cent food waste reduction target ‘It starts with a shift in your mind set,’ she says. ‘Whether you’re doing a shop...
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    A cinnamon swirl smoothie bowl created by Gillean Barkyoumb for Ninja Kitchen. Ninja Kitchen There's an art to making the perfect smoothie bowl. Insider spoke to a Ninja Kitchen expert and food bloggers about smoothie-bowl mistakes people make. Using bananas that aren't ripe or ice cubes instead of frozen ingredients can lead to fails. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Smoothie bowls can be as beautiful as they are delicious.  The blended treat can include fruits or vegetables, nuts, protein powder, and other common pantry staples, and there are seemingly endless ways to make them — which can be the overwhelming part. Insider rounded up some of the biggest mistakes people are making with their blended breakfasts at home. Don't skimp on proteins and healthy fats, like avocados  Gillean Barkyoumb, a registered dietitian, was selected as Ninja Kitchen's Smoothie Bowl Sommelier this year. Ninja Kitchen As part of a recent Ninja Kitchen smoothie bowl-making event, host Gillean Barkyoumb, a registered dietitian, used Foodi Smoothie Bowl Maker and Nutrient Extractor to serve up a variety of creatively...
    WITH some clever shopping and a bit of planning, it is possible to cut the cost of your food bills. Lorna Cooper, 44, from Paisley, Renfrewshire, believes that by following her advice you can comfortably feed your family for just £20 a week. 8Lorna Cooper says that by following her advice you can feed your family for just £20 a week The mum of three has released her second book, Feed Your Family For £20 A Week — In A Hurry!, and it has more than 100 thrifty recipes that are reasonably easy to make, and can all be prepared in under 20 minutes. Lorna says: “As well as offering simple and tasty dishes, my mission is to provide tips and hacks that help household budgets go further. “In times when we are all watching the pennies, you would be amazed at what you can buy for £20 a week and how far you can make those ingredients stretch. “So many of you have told me how one of the biggest challenges about cooking from scratch is the time constraint....
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