11 Unusual yet Delicious Ways to Cook Food! | Creative, Unconventional Cooking Hacks by Blossom

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11 Unusual yet Delicious Ways to Cook Food! | Creative, Unconventional Cooking Hacks by Blossom

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  1. Tried making poached egg in a microwave. First was overcooked. Second one exploded as soon as I took it out of the microwave and was all over my freshly painted ceiling. Don't try it.

  2. is this the only thing i have to do everyday? yes, besides journaling. im on "bedrest". i am so depressed this my only outlet. wen you cant do nothing, u litteraly cant do nothing. gotta heal first!

  3. all i ever needed was my home, 2 coffee pots, a few custom kitchen suplies. its great. lifes been hell without my home. i loved my little efficiency. one room split as bedroom/living room & a decent size kitchen with room for my table. the bathroom had two sinks, one inside the bathroom & one outside. dont know why i thought i could find that again if i moved. i never did. only twice found anything close & both times "family" got in my way. even lied to me both days they swore to bring me back to meet the landlords, after they asked me to go on some family get together to the lake. of course theye prolonged my problems by lien to me. if i was smart, i never would have left my efficiency. best place i ever lived. i miss being creative at home. without the hassel of spare bedrooms. it will be nice to enjoy once being home again if i ever find the RIGHT place

  4. I want to try baking cookies in my car. Car would smell like cookies for weeks and no electricity used, all solar. However, I do wonder if location, outside temp, and other factors would make this a pass/fail. Won't know unless I try!

  5. Carmel one just burns in the pan. I suggest watching How to Cook that’s review of Blossom.
    Edit: Not to mention everyone steals the “put food in tinfoil and iron it” thing from Benny and Joon

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