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Here’s a good one. Hiccups. Says here you can relieve hiccups by ingesting burned banana leaves and honey.
I checked my kitchen. I had the honey, but – drat the luck – was all out of banana leaves.
I scoured the city for a grocery store that carried banana leaves, finally finding some. After a couple of days, after they finally dried out enough to burn, I torched them into about two tablespoons of ash and mixed in the honey.
And how’s this for taking one for the team? I’m on a no-bread diet, but in the name of science I wolfed down two slices of bread, resulting in – as it always does with me – the hiccups. Then, God help me, I forced the unholy black-tar glop down my gullet and ... Well, I’ll be a monkey’s uncle. The hiccups are gone! Weird. Who figured that out? OK, so fine, you can get rid of hiccups with burnt banana leaves. But could I use a banana peel to shine my shoes?
The answer is yes and no. I rubbed the inside of a peel hard against my black dress shoe.
Mmmm ... banana smell. It cleaned it and left it baby soft. But it couldn’t match the shine of a commercial polish.
From there I moved on to creative uses for rice, Coke and bread.
Everybody knows what happens when you pour boiling water into a pot of rice and step away for a couple of minutes, right? By the time you come back the rice has absorbed the water.
Apparently it can do the same for a wet cell phone. Just take apart the components and stick them in a jar of rice overnight. The moisture-sucking ability of the rice actually dries out the phone. While we didn’t have a phone to try this on, we’ve heard many encouraging anecdotal reports. Good luck. And now, a wonderful use for bread involving grease. As anyone who has ever eaten gravy can attest, bread has superior sopping ability. So what? Have you ever spilled grease on the floor? Forget paper towels or a mop. This is a perfect use for white bread. I tried it with some bacon grease.
And finally, do you have Coke in your house? Let’s do some cleaning.
I’ve used Coke before to successfully clean off the battery terminals in my car. But could it remove oil stains from concrete or brighten the porcelain in my toilet? The answer: Sort of. Both Coke and vinegar (which also can clean black mould off shower tiles) are weak acids that have corrosive properties.
So instead of drinking my Classic Coke, I figured I’d pour it down the toilet and on the floor of my oil-stained garage. The verdict? Meh. Personally, I’d stick to using it for cleaning battery terminals. Or you could shave with it. Up to you. – The Kansas City Star/McClatchy-Tribune Information Services
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