Got a pot of cooked scorched rice? Place a slice of white bread in the pot on top of the rice while it is still hot then replace the lid. Wait five minutes. Remove the bread slice. The burned taste will be gone Love cabbage and Brussels sprouts but hate the smell when they are cooking? Put a piece of white bread on top of the lid as the vegetables cook. It will absorb a lot of the odor. Does your smoke alarm ring when you are broiling meat in the oven? Stop the smoke and spattering grease by placing two or three slices of bread in the drip pan. The bread will absorb the grease, decrease the smoke and lower the chance of the grease catching fire in the oven
Marshmallows have gone stale? place a couple of fresh white bread slices into the bag and then seal it. Leave it for a couple of days and then remove the bread and enjoy the soft marshmallows! Brown sugar gone hard? Place a piece of bread in the container and in a few hours the brown sugar will return to its original softness Want Fresh chocolate chip cookies for longer? Put two bread slices in the cookies container and it will keep them fresher for days if there is a little extra moisture in a pot of rice, remove it from the heat and place a piece of bread on top of the rice. Cover the pot. In a few minutes, the water should disappear.
Remove most dirty or greasy fingerprints from wallpapered walls by cutting off the crusts of a slice of white bread and rubbing the affected area. Got a smudge on a suede purse or shoes? Take a piece of white bread. Rub the affected area gently with the bread. You might need a second slice to finish the job. Picking up tiny slivers of glass can be easily done using a slice of bread. Carefully press the bread over the area where the glass is. and then throw it in the garbage can. Dust your oil paintings by gently rubbing the surface with a piece of white bread.
Whether you Need to make money, want to be happy, do something meaningful or want the awesome gadgets like a Smoke/odor minimizer, Freshness reincarnator, or a bread Sweeper… All you NEED is a Loaf of BREAD