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7 Nifty and Thrifty Kitchen Tips You May or May Not Know
Food & Drink
if you’ve tried any of these and if they hold true or add your own tried-and-true tips to the list in the comment section!
How to Ripen an Avocado according the avocado people themselves, you can speed up the process by placing that rock hard avocado into a brown paper bag along with an apple or banana for a couple of days. That's if you can wait that long and don't just drive to another store first.
A Kitchen Miracle – Baking Soda
Is there anything baking soda can't do? I just recently learned that when mixed with vinegar it will keep your drains clear, the plumbers may not be happy about that but I sure am!
Hard To Open Jar Lids
Do you ever find yourself struggling to open that jar of pickles? Well, grab a pair of latex gloves and try again. Their non-stick texture will help you grip the jar lid better making it easier to turn.
Avoid Tomato Sauce Stains in you Tupperware
This is one I need to try! It's said that spraying your Tupperware with nonstick spray first will prevent red sauce stains. It's never a good thing when a perfectly solid piece of Tupperware gets ruined by your leftover spaghetti and meatballs.
How to Prevent Potatoes from Budding
For some reason, I can never get through my bag of potatoes fast enough before they start to bud. Apparently you can stop this just by placing an apple in the bag of potatoes. And here's a bonus tip: rub a sliced, raw potato to take stains off your hands!
It happens every time, doesn't it? Your pretty fruit bowl becomes the home to those last two brown bananas in the bunch. Don't have time to make banana bread? No worries, peel them, cut them into thirds and throw them in a freezer bag for future smoothies!
Prevent Your Salt From Clumping
When I worked in restaurants, we were always taught to put a few grains of rice in the salt shakers. It is said that the rice will absorb any excess moisture and keep the salt from clumping.