19 Surprising Kitchen Tips And Tricks
The kitchen is where the preparing of food happens. If you are one of those people who love cooking, then you must know the 19 surprising kitchen tips and tricks.
1. Keeping Green-Leafy Vegetables Fresh
Green-leafy vegetables can maintain their freshness by washing them in cold water, allot time for them to dry, and then put them into portion size plastic bags. Blow the bag for air, and seal it.
2. Scooping Egg Shells
Sometimes, tiny egg shells break into your bowl of eggs. Get a piece of egg shell half and use it in scooping those smaller egg shells.
3. Zucchini Noodles
If you want to eat pasta but worried about fats and calories, then substitute it with zucchini noodles or zoodles. This is a healthy substitute.
4. Instead of Sugar, Use Applesauce
Unsweetened applesauce is a good and healthy substitute for sugar.
5. Cut Some Foods through Floss
If you have soft food items like cheese and cakes, use a fresh piece of dental floss for slicing them. Be sure to use unscented floss.
6. Only Cook Fresh Eggs
Putting eggs in water is one way of knowing their level of freshness. Eggs that sink to the bottom are fresh. An egg that slightly rises isn't that fresh anymore, but it can still be eaten. Avoid eating egg that floats to the top since it's no longer fresh.
7. Preserve Herbs
Preserve some of your herbs. Put them in an ice cube tray with olive oil, and put the tray in the freezer.
8. Make Yogurt Popsicles
Buy the yogurt in small packs and poke a small hole in each one with a popsicle stick. Then, put them in the freezer.
9. Don't Allow Boiling Water to Overflow
When boiling water overflows, it will surely create mess. Put a wooden spoon on top of the pot to prevent overflowing.
10. How to Peel Ginger
When peeling ginger, the best tool to use is a spoon rather than a knife.
11. Put Frozen Grapes Instead of Ice Cubes
To keep your wine cold, putting frozen grapes instead of ice. Just freeze your grapes ahead of time.
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