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How to Easily Separate Egg Whites
How to Cut an Onion Without Crying
How to Cut Clean Slices
How to Quickly Peel Garlic
Put cloves (with skin) in a bowl. Then, top with another bowl and shake for 10 seconds. The skin should come right off. To peel, lay a clove on a cutting board, place the side of a chef’s knife on top and hit the top of the knife firmly with the heel of your hand (avoiding the blade). The clove should separate easily from the peel.
How to Use Every Bit of Peanut Butter
Instead of scraping the bottom of an almost-empty peanut butter jar, cook a serving of instant oatmeal and when it’s ready, pour it into the peanut butter jar. Then add toppings (walnuts, banana slices, a drizzle of agave nectar, a pinch of brown sugar) and mix it thoroughly together with a spoon. This way, you’ll get a taste of peanut butter with every bite.
How to Scoop Ice Cream When It’s Hard
How to Keep Your Knives Sharp
To start, don’t put them in the dishwasher. When you need to sharpen them, use a whetstone—not just steel, which doesn’t actually sharpen knives. If you’re not sure how to do sharpen your knives yourself, call your local hardware store; many will do it for a few dollars and some will even show you how they do it.
How to Juice a Lemon
How to Quickly Ripen Bananas
How to Revive Stale Bread
How to Peel a Mango
YouTube user Jack Barwick uploaded a quick life hack video to show the so-easy-it’s-ridiculous way he peels mangoes. All you need is a steady hand and a strong glass! Check out the video below for his tutorial.
See video: How to Peel a Mango in 8 Seconds
How to Tell If An Avocado is Ripe
How to Soften Brown Sugar
How to Keep Fruit from Over-Ripening
Put fruit in the fridge—they’ll ripen faster at room temperature. For bananas, either separate them all from the bunch or wrap plastic wrap around the top of the bunch.
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