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I remembered what I could use lemon peels for today ... after grating the rind and using the lemon juice for the cake recipe I was making, I took the halves and rubbed them all over the one cutting board I tend to heavily use (one side for savory like onions and garlic as well as meat prep, the other side I use for cutting bread, making sandwiches) ... I rubbed halves enough so that the residual juice and pulp was smashed into the wood, then gave it a good scrub with a brush and a rinse. A deeper (non-soap) clean and deodorizer too. Finally, the rinds made it to the compost bin.
A favorite home hack are our wine corks stuffed into these pot handles so we can pick them up with our bare hands when the pot tops are hot. We've had these corks in place for 12 years now. They survive all washing and truly make cooking easier without that added step of needing a tea towel or oven mitt around.
I save animal fat from homemade stock to make soap with the aid of soapcalc.net
My favorite vinegar is our apple scrap vinegar, or blackberry vinegar. So easy and cheap to make. Would love to get your baking soda solution + vinegar recipe for hair washing.
I make my own apple scrap vinegar and use that along with a baking soda solution to wash my hair.
We save our veggie scraps in a jar in the freezer. When we have enough of them stored up, we then throw them in a pot of boiling water and boil for about an hour to make vegetable broth. Strain out the veggies and you've got broth, which you can freeze for later use. Have you tried this yet?
Newspaper is our go-to material for cleaning windows. And, our kids are pretty good at doing the cleaning. Does newspaper leave an inky smudge on your windows? No! I’ve never noticed any smudging, even with colored newsprint. We bring the crumpled wet newspaper inside and let it dry so we can use it as starter for our wood fires, or in summer we put it in our compost or worm bin. The worms love worn newspaper for laying eggs in.
Today's home hack is about reusing resealable bags and, well, any plastic bags. We wash them all and dry them for reuse. Do you? I haven't bought a Ziploc-style bag or baggie in over a decade. And when they've lost their usefulness, perhaps have a hole in them, I recycle the along with all of our household polyethylene, at the supermarket plastic bag recycling bin. Here's the list of all of the kinds of bags we're able to recycle in those bins: https://pioneeringthesimplelife.org/2016/11/02/how-to-recycle-plastic-bags/
Here's a pic of my citrus peel cleaner - And Liesl & I put even more Citrus Peel Home Hacks into today's blog post: https://www.buynothinggeteverything.com/post/home-hacks-citrus-peel-edition
I used a less diluted concentration of my citrus cleaner to deep scrub the mineral buildup from our hard water that accumulates on our kitchen faucet. Check out this before and after!