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This Clever Little Gadget Keeps Guacamole From Turning Brown

This Clever Little Gadget Keeps Guacamole From Turning Brown

Health
This article originally appeared on SouthernLiving.com.The horror of watching your delicious guacamole turn brown before your eyes is one we know all too well. But what if we told you there was a new product on the market that claims to prevent that frightful brown layer from forming?Guac-Lock is the brilliant name of an even more brilliant device that promises to keep your guacamole fresh for days by preventing oxidation, the pesky reaction responsible for the untimely death of countless party dips. It sounds like magic, but the mechanism is actually quite simple. Here’s how it works: the container that holds the guacamole sits on a base that removes oxygen with a simple push, creating an airtight seal. Voila! Homemade guac for days.This nifty little gadget, which does double duty as a se
5 Clever Hacks for Your Instant Pot That You Haven't Tried Yet

5 Clever Hacks for Your Instant Pot That You Haven't Tried Yet

Health
Yes, there are even more reasons to love this wonder appliance. If you have an Instant Pot, no doubt you’re already slow- and pressure-cooking your way to healthy meals like a boss. But there are a few clever hacks for the buzzy appliance that can really up your game. Read on for five ways to make your Instapot even more essential.Cook easy-to-peel hard-boiled eggsDon’t you just hate making perfect hard-boiled eggs, only to struggle to peel them (and end up with mangled eggs)? Us too. This is an effortless fix: According to Nom Nom Paleo blogger Michelle Tam, cooking eggs in your Instant Pot makes peeling them a cinch.Melt cheese for fondueFondue is one of those classic retro comfort-food dishes we love to indulge in f
EasyJet's new airline is a clever response to Brexit

EasyJet's new airline is a clever response to Brexit

Business
The impact of Brexit has landed.There will now be three easyJets, all with a capital letter in the wrong place and all located in different places - one in the UK, one in Switzerland and now one in Austria.This new airline, easyJetEurope, will come with its own fleet of planes and its own staff, but make no mistake - it is part of easyJet's UK operations. The planes won't actually spend their lives in Austria, the big decisions will still be made in Luton.This is a clever, and rather expensive, answer to a new problem.For easyJet, this is a £10m insurance policy against the dreaded prospect of having to curtail - hugely - its timetable of flights around Europe.That might seem an unlikely prospect, but it's one that is now giving sleepless nights to plenty within Britain's airline industry.