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A few weeks ago we talked about learning how to change a tire (or a reminder for those of you who know how :) ) This EXCELLENT tip was sent to me recently regarding that challenge:
My father being a thoughtful man taught me how to change one [a tire not a diaper :) ] when I was in jr high. So been doing it awhile, don't like too. One tool you really need is a sledge hammer because most of the tires now are put on with an impact wrench. Which can take a lot of muscle to remove. So be sure you have one in your car care kit. Also extra fuses and jumper cables are a must.
Here are basic instructions:
6. Store the dried out greens in any sort of airtight container at room temperature. Mine are just in a plastic zippered bag, and I also crushed some right in the bag with my hands to make handy dandy “greens flakes” that I can sprinkle into scrambled eggs, soups, or casseroles.
You can even put them in your blender to powder them. One thing she uses green powder for is....adding them to smoothies for a little extra nutritional punch! Like a punch from Popeye! See ya Bluto!Oh Popeye - you're my hero!