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July 22, 2013 | by  | in Opinion |
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Things Your Grandmother Should Have Taught You

Leftover chips:

Heat ‘em up in the oven with paprika and sea salt, eat with some aioli.

Apple cider vinegar:

It’s good for you, is great on salad, helps with weight loss, and it works as a conditioner if you run out.

Herbs:

Are always great, but can be a bit of a luxury. Old people tend to grow their herbs close to fences, so if there’s a granny in your neighbourhood, scope that out!

Keep your nice underwear nice:

Hand-wash it in the sink with soap rather than risking the ‘delicate’ cycle on your washing machine.

Get cheap/free food:

Go to art openings for free food and drink; rifle through grocery-store bins on Sunday nights (they’re always cheaper on Sundays anyway, if you’re a fancy guy); if you order Pizza Hut online you can get free sides; 2-for-1 pizza at Hunter on Tuesdays ($3!); visit your parents and steal all their rice.

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