QUICK KITCHEN TIPS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Sometimes we think that if only we knew some things before we could have saved a lot of time. Here are
some quick kitchen tips and tricks I want to share with you to help you make kitchen time easy and fun.
1.) Peeling boiled eggs sometimes takes time. Plus we don't perfectly peel it. There's a way to get it done
quickly. Get a drinking glass, put the hard boiled egg in, pour cold water and shake! The shell will just
pop right off.
2.) To deep clean and freshen up your chopping boards naturally, slice a lemon in half, pour a generous
amount of salt on the board, and use the lemon as if it were a sponge then scrub. Then rinse with water.
No chemicals needed. Lemon is a natural disinfectant. The acid in lemon is antibacterial and antiseptic,
and it acts as a natural bleach. The citrus smell of lemon is refreshing that it can prevent awful smells.
3.) If you can't dip your spoon in your ice cream because it's hard as a rock, no need to bend your spoon!
All you need to do is store your ice cream in a ziplock and push out as much air out of the bag as you
can before putting it in the freezer. The bag keeps the air around the ice cream from getting too cold,
resulting in easily scoopable ice cream. Enjoy your soft icecream!
4.) Store your vegetables and fruits separately. There are some fruits that absorb the scent of
vegetables. Also, some fruits produce a gas called ethylene glycol that makes vegetables ripe quickly
and sometimes can cause spoilage and will surely decide to throw it away. By separating them, you can
definitely save money.
5.) Adding frozen grapes to your glass of wine will keep it chilled without watering it down. Frozen
grapes will chill it in an instant without diluting the alcoholic beverage as ice cubes would. Not only you
will maintain the flavor of the wine but will give yourself a sweet treat at the end of your glass.
6.) By rolling your orange and applying a little pressure, you can get more juice from it without using
a machine. You know why? It bursts the tiny juice-filled cells in your citrus fruits, That's definitely more
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