3 Sur­pris­ing Uses for BAK­ING SODA

You may know that bak­ing soda can freshen your breath, act as a nat­u­ral de­odor­ant, and re­lieve heart­burn, but it can do a lot more, ac­cord­ing to Britt Bran­don, au­thor of Bak­ing Soda for Health: 100 Amaz­ing and Un­ex­pected Uses for Sodium Bi­car­bon­ate. Here

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RE­MOVE A SPLIN­TER: Soak in a so­lu­tion of ¼ cup bak­ing soda and 1 cup wa­ter to help your body nat­u­rally eject the splin­ter.

RE­LIEVE MI­GRAINES: Drink 1 tsp. bak­ing soda dis­solved in 8 oz. of wa­ter, or add bak­ing soda to a bath and have a re­lax­ing soak.

TENDERIZE TOUGH MEAT: Soak meat for 15– 20 min­utes in a 4: 1 ra­tio of wa­ter to bak­ing soda, such as 1 cup wa­ter with ¼ cup bak­ing soda. Make enough so­lu­tion to cover meat and add a mari­nade if de­sired. Af­ter soak­ing, don’t rinse meat be­fore cook­ing.

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