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This Reader Had the Most Amazing Trash Day Find Ever — Comment of the Day

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Last week Emma shared her basic, obvious secret to keeping cast iron well-seasoned, and there was a lively discussion in the comments about the virtues of cast iron pans.

And then one reader piped up with the most stupefying, amazing trash day find ever.

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A Delicious No-Recipe, One-Pot Meal with Millet — Comment of the Day

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Want to eat more whole grains? Reader Mil wrote us asking how to eat more millet and buckwheat, specifically.

There were lots of great ideas in the comments, but this no-recipe recipe had me ready for dinner! Doesn't it sound delicious?

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A Smart Way to Make Tortillas Without a Tortilla Press — Comment of the Day

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Last week Emma showed you how easy it is to make corn tortillas at home. It only takes two ingredients and a little time. Admittedly, it is easier when you have a tortilla press — but what if you don't want to keep one around? Here's a smart tip from a reader for getting perfectly sized and shaped tortillas with a common pan.

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A Reader’s Favorite Vegan Chocolate Cake — Comment of the Day

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Earlier today we posted a question from a reader looking for dairy-free, nut-free, and soy-free recipes for a friend's party.

One great suggestion came across in the comments: Joy the Baker's vegan chocolate cake — with a really delicious frosting to pair.

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Another Use for Cauliflower Leaves — Comment of the Day

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Last week Jess Foung kind of blew my mind with her post about cauliflower leaves. No, you shouldn't just rip them off and discard them, as I do; they're terrific roasted in the oven. Uh, hello? Brilliant. There were a few other tips in that thread for more ways to use leaves like this. Here's a practical one:

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One More Good Use for Baking Soda in Your Housekeeping Chores — Comment of the Day

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We talked a lot about baking soda last week — it's a small but powerful tool for natural cleaning around the kitchen. We showed you 10 ways to clean with this good stuff, including getting those burnt stains off your Le Creuset. Here's one more good use for that little box.

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