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Ultimate Kitchen Hacks - Volume 3 - Ultimate Kitchen Hacks #3 - cover

Ultimate Kitchen Hacks - Volume 3 - Ultimate Kitchen Hacks #3

Nelly Baker

Publisher: Red Herring Press

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Are you sick of spending all day in your kitchen? 
Save yourself time, money and heartbreak and make your life soooo much easier in the kitchen with this collection of simple yet essential cooking hacks. 
You will LOVE these 43 shortcuts on everything from speed-cooking your onions or making perfect bacon to cleaning cast-iron without causing rust! 
Click the buy button to fall back in love with cooking and with your kitchen! 
Would you like to learn how to get a flaky pie crust every time, peel potatoes with only your hands in a snap or cook the perfect burger every time? 
Then this is the book you have been waiting for – more than forty shortcuts to make cooking super-fast and easy! 
Ultimate Kitchen Hacks – Volume 3 will show you 43 cooking tips you can use immediately – you’ll wish you’d known them years ago! 
In this book YOU’LL DISCOVER HOW TO:Get a flaky pie crust every timePeeling potatoes with only your hands in a snapCook the perfect burger every timeSpeed-cooking your onionsMake perfect baconClean cast-iron without causing rustPrevent brown sugar from hardeningTest temperatures without a thermometerKeep natural nut butters moist and soft 
 … and 34 other invaluable kitchen hacks! 
Click the buy button to fall back in love with cooking and with your kitchen!

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