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Melissa Rauch's Easy Baked Tofu

Melissa Rauch's Easy Baked Tofu

Easy Baked Tofu

15-ounce block extra firm tofu
2 Tbsp. olive oil
2 Tbsp. soy sauce
½ tsp. garlic powder
½ tsp. liquid smoke
½ tsp. hot sauce
¼ tsp. salt
¼ cup cornstarch

Cut the tofu into 3/4” cubes and pat dry with a paper towel to remove moisture. In a bowl, mix the olive oil, soy sauce, garlic powder, liquid smoke, hot sauce, and salt. Toss the cubes into the mixture. Then toss cubes in cornstarch until coated. Bake cubes on a parchment-lined baking sheet at 425°F for 30 minutes, or until golden brown and crispy.

Actress and writer, Melissa Rauch, was born June 23, 1980, in Marlboro, NJ. She received a BFA in acting from Marymount Manhattan College in New York City. While studying, she performed stand-up comedy with a one-woman show, “The Miss Education of Jenna Bush,” and had many sold-out audiences. Rauch is known for roles on many TV shows and movies, including The Big Bang Theory, The Bronze, Black Monday, True Blood, and Night Court. Rauch said her favorite role is raising her children and making healthy meals for their family.

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Dryer Sheets

Dryer Sheets

Did you know there are many great uses for dryer sheets? In addition to helping your laundry smell great and reduce static in clothing, dryer sheets can also be used to polish chrome, dust furniture, gather pet hair from furniture, remove soap scum from shower doors, reduce static on your hair, and also keep in your clothing drawers to keep clothes smelling fresh. Dryer sheets can also be used to easily clean grimy pots, pans, and even oven racks. Soak them in Dawn dishwashing liquid and dryer sheets to easily remove grime. Now you know!

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When your printer mentions conditioning, what they really mean is:

  • Training someone to behave in a certain way
  • Applying a product that makes hair softer and easier to manage
  • Giving paper time to acclimate to the various print room conditions

Storing paper in the pressroom for a few hours or days before printing so that its moisture level and temperature equal that in the pressroom is known as conditioning. 

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