Bath bombs provide a luxurious addition to the bath, and making them is simple enough that your kids can help. Most bath bombs contain citric acid, which can be hard to find when making them at home. But a common cooking ingredient found in your kitchen or in the baking aisle of most any grocery store offers the alternative for your homemade...

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I love making my own ingredients. Things that you usually purchase at the grocery store I like to try making my own. I call it 'cooking DIY'. Sometimes it works, sometimes it really doesn't! I recently discovered that it was possible to make your own jarred minced garlic. After reading the very short list of ingredients on a few bottles at the grocery store I realized how easy it would be! Most of them contain garlic, water, and citric acid, with maybe some olive oil in there. That's…

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How to Substitute for Citric Acid in a Recipe | eHow

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Did you know some people cannot tolerate citric acid? And it's in so many foods we eat... check out this informative article to learn more xo

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How to Substitute for Citric Acid in a Recipe | eHow

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