Day 274: Used Orange Rind to Soften Brown Sugar

Day 274: Used Orange Rind to Soften Brown Sugar
If your brown sugar has gotten hard and grainy, put some cut up orange peels to help soften it up. The moisture from the peel will help to bring the sugar or any other dried herbs back to life.

This will help to give new life to the brown sugar and give another use to the orange peels.

According to the NYC Compost Project, “The average New York City household discards two pounds of organic waste each day—adding up to more than one million tons of organic material a year.

What was your simple green act for the day?

  • I might have to add orange rinds to the list of "things that are magical" right after baking soda, vinegar, and duct tape! Every time you post another use, I'm impressed!
  • Mike Lieberman
    Hahaha. You should totally write a post titled, "Things That Are Magical."
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