BAKING TIPS MONDAY – REMOVING YOUR CAKE SAFELY…

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On Baking Tips Monday this week I am writing about how to remove your cake without any problems.

To easily remove your cake from a loose-bottomed tin, place on a tin can or jar and press the side of the tin downwards.

To remove a cake from a solid tin, run a knife around the outside of the cake then place a plate over the tin and invert it.

If your cake is particularly rounded or uneven, then level it off with a sharp knife before decorating.

To prevent your cake from sticking to a plate or board, dust the surface with icing sugar.

When the cake is loose, turn the pan upside down and gently ease the cake out and onto the cooling rack or plate. The best type of knife to use is a non-serrated or palette knife. Or use a thin nylon spatula.

If the cake still…

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BPB ALERT NEWS – BEST SUPPLEMENT FOR BACK PAIN – WILLOW BARK…

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An article in The Express says that if your back pain is not letting up, then willow bark extract may help. Taking any form of herbal supplements for back pain should be talked about through your GP in the first instance but herbal medicines are widely used for the treatment of pain, although there is often a scarcity of research supporting their efficiency.

Research supporting the use of willow bark extract bucks this trend, however.

Healthline explains that some people use willow bark as an alternative to aspirin, particularly those that experience chronic headaches or back pain. Willow bark is also used in some products to aid weight loss.

It comes from the branches of 2- to 3-year-old willow trees. Willow trees and shrubs grow all over the world, except for Australia and Antarctica. The white willow and black willow are two of the most common willows that are used…

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3 NATURAL PAIN REMEDIES TO INCORPORATE INTO YOUR DAILY ROUTINE…

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If you suffer from back pain, you will know how frustrating it can be to have to cancel plans or events because your back is flaring up. Whether this pain comes from an old injury, a condition such as scoliosis or another reason, managing it daily is a crucial part of being able to fulfil your achievements and live life to the fullest.

While you should consult a doctor for prescribed pain medication if necessary, managing your pain day-to-day is about more than medication. Medication might be vital to help you, but there are additional activities and remedies you can use to supplement these medications for long term relief.

Let’s take a look at three natural remedies to incorporate into your daily routine.

CBD products have skyrocketed into the mainstream in the past five years. CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a natural relaxing agent that is legal in many…

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