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7 Kitchen Tips and Tricks that Nobody has Told You

7 Kitchen Tips and Tricks that Nobody has Told You

Whether you are a workaholic who barely has time to open up the fridge, or a busy stay-at-home mom, you all need a few tips and tricks to maintain your kitchen. Here are 10 tips and tricks that nobody has ever told you.

Grate cold butter:

The stick of butter should be close to frozen for it to work, and you must work fast so that the butter do not melt.  The grated butter is the best to add in flour before baking biscuits, muffin and etc.  

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Egg freshness test:

Eggshells are porous, so more air enters in it over time. As more air enters the egg, it gets lighter and lighter which explains it that why it floats.

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7 kitchen tips and tricks that nobody has told you

 

Peeling the garlic easy way:

Smash, shake and separate. Three easy steps to peel off the garlic. Who likes to smell garlic on their hands for 3 straight days?

The smart way to reheat pasta:

Instead of stirring your pasta several times in between the cook time in your microwave, leave a small circle empty in the middle of your plate so that the pasta will cook more evenly.

7 kitchen tips and tricks that nobody has told you

Peel a ginger with spoon:

The edge of the spoon takes it off with very little effort. Leave your knife in the drawer and use a spoon.

7 kitchen tips and tricks that nobody has told you

Opening jars with ease:

There is always one jar who needs a little bit of assistance to get opened. Just put on a rubber kitchen glove, or place a thick rubber band around the lid. The rubber gloves gives the right amount of grip to open the jar without tearing up a muscle.

7 kitchen tips and tricks that nobody has told you

Make crystal clear ice:

Apparently, the process of boiling filtered water eliminated dissolved air and decompresses minerals in the water. This would make for pretty cubes, especially if you’re freezing them with a fruit for a water pitcher.
7 kitchen tips and tricks that nobody has told you

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