1. Store spices in empty Tic Tac containers.

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2. To clean a blender easily, just blend soap and water.

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3. Use a wooden spoon to keep pots from boiling over.

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4. Get grip with a rubber band when opening tough jars.

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5. Store foil, plastic wrap and parchment paper in a handy magazine rack.

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6. Use binder clips to keep sponges upright, dry and slime-free.

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7. Store snacks in shoe pockets, and make the most of the pantry door.

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8. Use a Food Hugger to keep ends fresh.

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9. Freeze leftover soup in a cupcake tin. Pop them out, and you'll have ready-to-heat individual soup portions.

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10. Hang knives horizontally with magnets, and save MAJOR space.

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11. Use baking soda to dissolve grease on pots and pans.

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12. Make mini baking soda pouches that de-odorize your fridge, so you don't have to put the whole box in.

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13. Freeze ice cream containers in a plastic bag -- it keeps the ice cream soft and scoop-able.

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14. To enliven stale chips, drizzle with olive oil and zap them in the microwave.

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15. Shake pancake batter in a plastic bag to mix, then tie the ends for easy pouring.

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16. Steam-clean the microwave by heating a bowl of water and vinegar inside. Then wipe clean.

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17. When you run out of dishwasher soap, make your own with baking soda and salt.

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