Category: Household

Ceramic Mandoline

Ceramic Mandoline

| September 14, 2013
mandoline

If you like to cook then you probably like good kitchen tools; the ceramic mandolin is one of them.  Razor sharp (and stays that way) it lets food glide over it.  It also is one of the thinnest cutters with a setting that is 1/2 mm–thinner than your eyelash.  You can cut sheer pieces of […]

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Ceramic Vegetable Peeler

| September 14, 2013
ceramic peeler

The ceramic vegetable peeler is the sharpest, most versatile peeler I’ve ever used.  I love it as much as the ceramic knife.  The micro serrated blade makes it as sharp as a razor (and it stays sharp); and the adjustable head makes it comfortable for the person who peels with a push or with a […]

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Ceramic Knife

| March 31, 2013
kyocera

Ceramic Knife by Kyocera.  I got my first ceramic knife in 2008 and have been a fan ever since; I’ve even added some of their other appliances such as a potato peeler and mandoline.  The knife is incredibly sharp and literally cuts like everything is butter.  I am mostly vegetarian but it cuts meat, too.  […]

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Jar Pop – Jar Opener

| March 31, 2013
jar pop

Jar Pop came to me as a gift at Christmas.  It’s one of the most memorable gifts I’ve ever received.  It will liberate you from the torture of opening those vacuum sealed glass jars, i.e. applesauce, pimiento, spaghetti sauce, and more.  Place it on the lid. Apply a slight upward lift.  Listen as the seal […]

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Tea Ball-Stainless Steel

| March 20, 2013
tea ball

Tea Ball-Stainless Steel.  This mesh tea ball is great for a cup or small tea pot and gives you the option of blending and making your own teas, including herbal teas.  (See our list of herbal teas under “Recipes.”)  The mesh tea balls do darken over time but this is from the tannins in regular […]

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Water Filters

| February 24, 2013
water filter

Water Filters for bath and kitchen filter chlorine and other chemicals from your tap water.  You don’t need chlorine or fluoride in you water; in fact, they are harmful to you yet you are getting them in your drinking water and bathing water.  You’ll appreciate the change in your water once you filter these chemicals […]

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Lye Soap

| February 5, 2013

Guess what? Lye soap  has been used for hundreds of year to get tough stains out of laundry.  Even today, soccer moms  are  trying to find it because it gets out those terrible grass stains in soccer shorts.  It gets out other tough stains, too.   Lye soap comes as a bar for personal use.  Lye soap […]

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Salt Crystal Lamp

| February 5, 2013

A Himalayan salt lamp adds a warm glow to any room but it does more than look pretty.  As the salt warms, it gives off negative ions which bind with toxins in the air, neutralizing them.  It eliminates all kinds of odors, even cigarette smoke and cooked cabbage.  I’ve used them in a flooded basement […]

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Gallon Pump Top

| February 5, 2013

A Gallon Pump Top doesn’t sound like a natural remedy but if you’ve bought your apple cider vinegar, laundry soap, or Miracle II soap in a gallon jug, wouldn’t it be nice to have a pump rather than to pick up that heavy jug each time?   And if you wanted a gallon pump, where […]

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Miracle II Soap

| February 4, 2013

I’ve been using Miracle  II soap for over 10 years; it’s been around a lot longer than that.  It is the only soap I use for bathing, shampooing, cleaning, and laundry.  What makes this soap so special?  I’m chemically sensitive and this soap does not bother me.  It cleans beautifully, cutting oils and drawing out […]

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