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Why was grain important to people in colonial times?

Grain was important to the people in the colonial times because that is what made their food. It was used to feed animals, plant corn and wheat, and much other reasons. You mg (MORE)

What makes people watch soap operas?

  According to some research studies, people watch soap operas because they help them escape problems in their own everyday lives.   One study on this subject also clai (MORE)

What did the poor people eat in the colonial times?

They ate breads (often made with grains like corn rather than expensive wheat) and boiled grains (porridge); squashes, lots of beans and peas, sometimes the occasional boiled (MORE)

How do you make soaps from soap noodles?

Soap noodles are essentially already soap, which has been shredded or ground and pushed through an extruder dye and cut into "noodles".The soap noodles need only to be reheate (MORE)

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How to Use Regular Dish Soap in a Dishwasher

Dishwashers are one of the world's greatest inventions. They can save countless hours slaving over hand washing pots and pans. However, what is a person to do when they realiz (MORE)

What Should You Know About Soaps and Detergents?

Soaps and detergents surround you in your everyday life and you most likely use them on an everyday basis. They clean surfaces as well as skin and, therefore, they are crucial (MORE)

How often did people bathe in colonial times?

Colonists believed that bathing too often was bad for one person's health. Bathing was believed to rob the skin of precious oils that protected a person from diseases. The col (MORE)

How did colonial people tell time?

Most people back then used the sun for their time-telling. Also, they had something called a sun dial, and it was a stick that cast a shadow on a certain board that they made (MORE)