Recipe: Good Smell Natural Air Freshener
Summary: The easiest way to eliminate fish, curry and other cooking odors is to replace them with a better smell! This Natural Air Freshener is easy, cheap and wonderful!
- Add water and spices to the crock of a Little Dipper or other dip-sized slow cooker. Plug in, cover and allow to come to a simmer. (Typically, these tiny slow cookers do not have a low or high setting, but simply turn on when you plug them in.) When you get a waft of good smell, set the lid just slightly ajar, so the fragrance will escape into the air.
- After a few hours, if you see the water is getting low, add more. I have kept one batch of this going for 3-4 days, simply replenishing the water. After that, I found the spices had lost their punch and had to be discarded. The water will get murky brown from the spices.
- I typically unplug it overnight, and plug it back in the next morning.
This is not meant to be edible.
Preparation time: 2 minutes