This Top-Rated Thermometer on Amazon Is $35 Right Now

I come across lots of cooking accessories and wireless thermometers are often among them. And when I saw that this very highly-rated model was on sale for $35, I had to check it out. The Te-Rich Wireless Meat Thermometer is normally $57 but using code L5Y9XE7L at checkout drops it to $34. And with a 4.9-star average rating from 99 reviewers, you’ll want to see this deal for yourself. The wireless in the name refers to your ability to keep track of its output on your phone, rather than how you use it to read temperature. It can track up to six different things at the same time via six color-coded, heatproof probes you plug into it. And the thermometer itself is magnetic so you can easily store it on your stove or grill. With preset cook times and custom ones, you can set up your phone to alert you when your masterpiece is ready and go on about your day. | Get it on Amazon > Scouted is internet shopping with a pulse. Follow us on Twitter and sign up for our newsletter for even more recommendations and exclusive content. Please note that if you buy something featured in one of our posts, The Daily Beast may collect a share of sales. Automatic Soap Dispenser, Digital Clock, Proj...

You might want to lose weight for many reasons, either in preparation for an event or

You might want to lose weight for many reasons, either in preparation for an event or to follow your doctor’s recommendations. However, most methods to achieve weight loss results are complex and hard to follow. The problem lies in the innumerable solutions available, and the inability to follow through owing to the amount of conflicting information out there. Keto, Atkins, Mediterannean, paleolithic and vegan diets are all the craze these days, every one tries at least one and switches to the other. Exercising options include high-intensity interval training, cardio, hiking, yoga and spinning, among others.  In order to jumpstart metabolism after a long spell of overeating and being sedentary, short bursts of exercise for 20 to 40 minutes at least three or four times per week can work wonders. Studies have proven that the body burns calories throughout the day after finishing the exercise routine. For instance, tabata training, which includes 20 seconds of burpees, squats, pushups, sit-ups with 10 to 20 second intervals, aids weight loss and improves blood circulation more than conventional exercise for longer periods of time. A study published in Medicine and Science in Sp...