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“Candles are wonderful at setting the mood of a room, but once the candle burns down to the bottom it can be unsightly and hard to remove from the container. Some candle containers are so delightful, so it is nice to reuse them. Candles can also be messy and wax is difficult to remove if the candle spills over (…) Once you have used up most of your favourite candle with a scent but there is still too much left to throw away, purchase tea light molds and tea light wicks. Melt the remaining wax and pour into the tea light moulds. You won’t waste your original candle and you will still get to still enjoy your favourite fragrance.”
Following are some ideas to reuse the leftover candle wax to make new ones. Click on the images to go to the original source and tutorial.
Originally Written by Tegan Jones on LifeHack
Whether you’re a seasoned professional in the kitchen, or a newbie who’s looking for direction, there are always ways that can make your culinary ventures easier. Find out how you can spend less time slaving over the stove and more time enjoying your delicious creations.
When preparing something that includes tomato sauce and you made much more than what you needed, therefore you end up with some leftovers… but you don’t want to waste it, you don’t have to! Here are some suggestions from Food 52 and The Food Network + How to store tomato paste tips by The Kitchn:
It has happened to me, Ricotta cheese is delicious and most of the times is used to fill cannelloni or eat it in lasagna. But there is always the possibility of buying too much Ricotta, what else can you do with the leftover or not even, but do you know different recipes with this whey cheese? Here are some ideas originally found on The Kitchn:
Usually half-used containers of anything make me want to pull my hair out as I scramble for ways to use them up before the contents go bad. Not so with ricotta! In fact, I find myself looking forward to having a few spoonfuls leftover from a recipe just so I can use them however I want. My favorite nefarious uses for leftover ricotta? Here are five to try.