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Useful ways to use food you don't like (or have too much of)

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Useful ways to use food you don't like (or have too much of)

Cinnamon | Apr 22, 2007 04:17 PM

I discovered today that some people use tea to wash hardwood floors for a nice shine, and now I have plans for that tannic terribleness that's been in the cabinet a long time.

Today I also successfully mixed some olive oil with tarragon vinegar we've had around for ages, as a wood table treatment (smells better than white vinegar). Earlier today I put unused fresh rosemary in a jar of nasty citron vodka I wouldn't drink, to see if I can get a nicely-scented cleaning spray out of the deal within a few weeks (am likely to add lavender between now and then).

Any other ways you use up food items in a nonfoody way? (Besides charity and compost.)

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