"If you love cooking with garlic, you know it does a lot of good in recipes by helping build flavor — but its strong odor can linger for hours, especially on our hands. We’ve all been in the situation where after preparing a wonderful meal, we’re left with the stench of garlic on our fingers — yuck! There are a few tricks people often recommend to eliminate the smell: lemon juice or vinegar, rubbing your hands with salt, or even using toothpaste! But those don’t work — all they do is mask the garlic smell. So what does really work? Stainless steel."
cooking with garlic? jerk off your sink
THERE IS WATER AT THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN
CARRY THE WATER
REMOVE THE WATER
SPONGEBOB IS REAL
I’m sure someone has added this already, but that diver is walking upside down on ice. The buckets are filled with air, which creates the illusion of gravity pulling on buckets of water. When I was getting certified, they always said to watch the bubbles you breathe out to tell which way is up if you get disoriented under water, since the air always rises to the surface. Those silvery shimmery places on the “floor” are air deposits trapped under the surface of the ice.
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