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Cook Bacon And Eggs In A Paper Bag With This Awesome Camping Hack

No frying pan? No problem!

Who says you need a pan to cook your bacon and eggs outdoors? An awesome camping hack has proven that a paper bag will do if you want a nice hearty breakfast. The added bonus: It’s good for the environment!

The camping hack was shared by Backpacker Trail Chef who brilliantly found a way to avoid bringing a bulky frying pan for the evening outdoors. The hack only requires items that can easily fit into your backpack without taking too much space. One key item can even be reused for other purposes on your camping trip.

You only need a paper bag and a stick to cook bacon and eggs outdoors.

The ingredients are pretty straightforward. All you need is a few slices of thick-cut bacon and some eggs. To cook your breakfast, you must have a paper bag, a long stick, and a campfire.

The key is to wipe the bacon around inside the bottom of the paper bag so the grease will help prevent it from burning. Place the bacon in the bag before adding the eggs.

There a neat trick to store the eggs for camping. They recommend cracking the eggs into a water bottle so it’s easier to carry in your backpack. Seal the bag then punch the stick through the top portion. Make sure to find a long, sturdy stick so you won’t have a hard time holding the bag over the campfire.

You can reuse your stick later on during your trail.

You will only need to hold the bag over the coals for five to seven minutes. Although the bag might singe at the corners, it will not burn up if you have properly greased the bottom.

The camping hack is certainly a great way to cook a meal for one or for a group. You’ll just need more paper bags so each person gets their own little pouch of bacon and eggs.

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15 Beautiful Aquarium Coffee Table Design Ideas For The Living Room

The bigger the tank, the more gorgeous your room will become.

Many homeowners find a coffee table a necessary piece of furniture that adds beauty to the entire living room. But coffee tables don't have to look ordinary and some designers have actually thought of ideas to spice things up.

One of the most creative ways to design a living room is with a coffee table - a fish tank coffee table, that is. Not only will you or your guests have a place for coffee mugs and other beverages, but they can also be entertained by the sight of colorful fish in the aquarium. Check out these seven beautiful aquarium coffee table designs that might just inspire you to get one for your home.

#1. If you enjoy watching sea creatures, you got to have this aquarium coffee table!


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Couple Turns Old Hovis Lorry Into Luxury Mobile Home

Very impressive!

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The young couple from Nottingham, UK, who met while snowboarding in the French Alps, spent £20,000 (about $25,900) renovating the lorry into a 28-feet home to live in while they travel Europe. Today, the truck has been fitted out with a luxurious bedroom, living space, kitchen, and bathroom.


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The Best Air-Filtering Houseplants According To NASA

These awesome plants will help remove toxins from the air around you.

Although we cannot see it, the air around us is filled with toxins. This is why NASA decided to look for the best plants that can filter toxic agents in our environment. Interestingly, their findings revealed that most common houseplants are effective at detoxification.

Our homes and offices are usually filled with airborne toxins from everyday items. Formaldehyde can be found in paper bags and synthetic fibers while trichloroethylene is produced by printer ink and paint. However, there is a natural way to remove these toxins. Here are 18 of the best air-filtering houseplants.

1. Chrysanthemum morifolium (Florist’s Chrysanthemum)


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