Vim & Vinegar: Moisten Cakes, Eliminate Grease, Remove Stains, Kill Weeds, Clean Pots & Pans, Soften Laundry, Unclog Drains, Control Dandruff, Season Salads

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Harper Collins, Apr 25, 1997 - Reference - 224 pages
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Vinegar is inexpensive, safe and 100 percent natural, and nearly every household has a bottle tucked away somewhere, but few people ever take advantage of its full potential. Yes, it's great for dying Easter eggs and making salad dressing, but there's so much more it can do. In Vim & Vinegar, Melodie Moore tells all. Here are hundreds of tips to help readers tenderize meats, soup up soups, eradicate odor, firm fish fillets, cut grease, ease arthritis, cure cramps and more. Versatile vinegar also does wonders for flavoring food (plus, it has no fat or calories), and readers will be amazed at the range of tasty recipes, which include such treats as Vinegar Pie, Crazy Cake and Vinegar Hard Candy.

For tightwads, environmental activists, health advocates and curious cooks -- in fact, anyone who appreciates good old American ingenuity -- Vim & Vinegar is the perfect book.

 

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Contents

vinegar Formulas for household cleaning
55
Oldfashioned vinegar Folk Remedies
72
Making Vinegar at Home
94
Cooking with Vinegar
119
mailorder sources
189
Keep in Touch
197
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Melodie Moore and her husband, Ron, publish "Tightwad Living," a newsletter about saving money. Her columns appear in The Seattle Times, The Jacksonville Journal and First for Women magazine. She lives in Palm Harbor, FL.

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