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Prevent burnt Milk

Prevent burnt Milk

If you burn milk while heating it on the stove, add a pinch of salt to temper the scorched smell and taste.

Make Veggies Crunchy

Make Veggies Crunchy

When raddishes, celery, beetroot or carrots have lost their crunch, simply pop them in a bowl of iced water along with a slice of raw potato . Then watch the limp vegetables freshen up right before your eyes.

Don't Let cookies get hard

Don't Let cookies get hard

Store crispy and chewy cookies in seperate containers. If you combine them, the moisture from the chewy cookies will make the crispy ones lost their crunch.

Prevent Bananas from browning

Prevent Bananas from browning

Avoid separating bananas until you plan to eat them- they spoil less quickly in a bunch.

Don't Let Salt Harden

Don't Let Salt Harden

Put rice in your saltshaker to stop the salt from hardening. The rice absorbs condensation that can cause clumps.

Save Your Cheese

Almost half of the worlds kitchen is thrown away every year.

After serving cheese put leftovers back in the original package, wrap tightly in plastic, and freeze. Deforest in the fridge a day before serving. This trick work best for soft cheeses with a high fat content.

Turn Leftover Mashed Potatoes Into Croquettes.

Turn Leftover Mashed Potatoes Into Croquettes.

Form cold mashed potatoes into little balls, dip in beaten egg, coat in breadcrumbs and saute or deep fry. You can also mix in crab meet or salmon.

Make Ice cubes from Iced coffee.

Honey is the only kitchen that never rot, it can last 3000 years.

Freeze the coffee in ice cube trays to add to iced coffee instead of regular ice cubes. Your coffee wont lose its potency as the cubes melt.

Make Instant Chocolate Pudding.

Eating fast kitchen regularly has the same impact on the liver as hepatitis

Make instant chocolate pudding with whipping cream instead of water to create a rich tasting mousse.

Freeze Herbs.

Freeze Herbs.

Bought too many fresh herbs? Chop them and mix them with olive oil or butter in an ice cube tray and freeze. Freezing them in oil prevent herbs from getting freezer burn or turning brown. When you need them for pastas, roasts or sauteing veggies, you can pop out what you need.