Kitchen Optimization and Organization Cheat Sheet #Infographic #Kitchen

Having over 20 years of experience in the kitchen, I’ve mastered the process of making splendid food, organizing the method of preparation, storage, and food processing. With an organized and optimized kitchen, everybody wins. You prepare better food, shorten the cooking time, have more space and energy to test new and delicious recipes, and even create your own.

How to achieve that? First and foremost, start with your refrigerator. The organization of food and storage times is the fundamental process from which everything starts.

Next, move on to food preparation. Vegetables are much more tender than meat and require careful processing. Master the art of cooking veggies and improve your meals. The king of food – meat should be treated with science and perfectionism. With the cutting sizes and cooking recommendations printed on your wall, you’ll be a much more skilled and experienced chef.

Finally, master the international measurements & their conversions to complete your knowledge and have the best possible kitchen. Now, you just enjoy your food!

An infographic by Kitchen Byte.

Cleaning Products You Already Have at Home #Infographic #Cleaning #Eco

Have you ever made any statistic about how much money you spend on cleaning detergents on an annual basis? Well, the numbers will be probably higher than expected. However, there is a straightforward and frugal way to maintain clean and organized home with products you already have at your place.

You could really work wonders with some baking soda, white vinegar, and lemon juice. It is not only eco-friendly, harmless for your family and cheaper, but actually a very efficient way of cleaning. For example, use a mixture of white vinegar and baking soda or bleach and lemon juice to flawlessly clean your carpet, hard floor, windows, drains, upholstery and whatever else you need cleaned around the house.

By using the products in this infographic and your imagination, you could make some great combinations that will surprise you with their effectiveness. So why keep wasting more for chemicals and store-bought cleaners when you already have it all at your fingertips?

An infographic by Cleaners Cleaning.

Dogs can do Household chores for you #Infographic #Dogs

The dog is the most intelligent creature after humans. They can do lots of work for a person, but we don’t know about their potential or how to use them appropriately for our work.

Lots of professional dog trainers have said that almost every dog could do household chores for you if you train them properly. Also, a recent article was published on Dailymail.co.uk about dogs doing household chores for a human.

This amazing thing is happening in real world. In fact, this is no more fantastic news for a pet lover, because most of them know that lots of these animals are playing a vital role for blind and physically impaired people by doing their household works.

In this infographic, we tried to show seven types of household chores done by a pet dog interactively. Just keep in mind, you need to train them first to make them capable of doing such useful work.

An infographic by President Pet.

5 Cooking Hacks that you Must be aware of #Infographic #Cooking

Do you always struggle while preparing some simple dishes? Well, cooking is not that complicated per se. All you have to do is watch some cooking tutorials on YouTube or any other video-sharing websites and you will easily be able to upgrade your cooking skills.

However, just knowing how to cook or prepare a dish is not enough, you need to know how to deal with some issues that most people tend to face while preparing meals and in the majority of cases. These matters are not directly related to cooking. For example, do you know how to cut soft food using dental floss? If you don’t, we suggest you check out the following infographic that contains five simple cooking hacks that you must be aware of.

An infographic by Cooks Mill.

Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect #Infographic #Abuse

You may have a friend or family member presently dwelling in a nursing home—a place you have put your trust into to watch over your relative. Tragically, there are times when nursing homes manhandle and disregard what happens, and when it does, it is obliterating to the casualty, as well as the family too. We need you to know about the indications of senior mishandle as well as approaches to secure your cherished one against manhandle and disregard to keep these events from taking place.

These are some approaches you can take to secure your friends and family against mishandle: make visits (some unannounced), document every important circumstance that happens inside the nursing home, attend gatherings that consider the care of your cherished one, talk with your adored one straightforwardly and chat with other nursing home inhabitants to get the big picture…

And if the worst happens, file protestations and report manhandle to social administrations and police. That way you can contribute for it not to happen again to another person.

An infographic by McDivitt Law Firm.