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Is sticky pasta a problem for you?  When boiling your spaghetti or other pasta noodles you may experience very sticky pasta that is quite hard to handle and stir.  If you would like to solve your sticky pasta problem then this is the tip for you to follow.  Whether you are making macaroni, spaghetti, lasagna or any variation of pasta that your heart desires you will be able to stop the stickiness and create pasta that is manageable and easy to handle.  Using vinegar is an easy and an affordable way of making your dinner dish looking and tasting so wonderful.  As your pasta starts to boil add some apple cider vinegar to the boiling water, which is all it takes to prevent your pasta from being sticky.  The vinegar lowers the amount of starch that is in your pastas so it is less sticky and much easier to handle.

On the hot summer days my Jell-O seems to get soggy almost like it is melting away.  Does this sound familiar to you?   You can try firming up your Jell-O by adding one simple ingredient and soggy yucky Jell-O will not be a problem for you any longer.  As you are making your Jell-O merely add one teaspoon of vinegar to every box of Jell-O that you are making.  The vinegar that you add will keep your Jell-O much firmer even on the hot summer days.

Making your own healthy soup with vinegar.  Soups are much better tasting when using bones along with the meat since the great flavor is extracted from the bones to create the best tasting soup around.  To make your soup a much healthier soup add some vinegar when the bones are cooking this will extract the calcium from the inner part of the bone and your soup will be a more healthier and better tasting soup.  There is no need to worry about tasting the vinegar in your soup since there will be no trace of vinegar left behind.

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