Whether or not you spend a little or a lot of time in the kitchen, these ten life-altering tips are going to save you time and make life cooking and cleaning easier. Some of these tips are shortcuts and others are so amazing they might be considered less a tip and more a magic trick. But you don’t have to be a Hogwarts alum to do them! Just watch this video and share these tips with your friends.
Whether or not you spend a little or a lot of time in the kitchen, these ten life-altering tips are going to save you time and make life in the kitchen easier. Some of these tips are shortcuts and others are so amazing they might be considered less a tip and more a magic trick!
Adulting is the worst! Do stale cookies drive you crazy? What about needing soft butter for the Game Of Thrones cookie recipe you’re bringing to a friend’s house in less than an hour?
It’s not a stretch to say these are life-changing. No one wants to eat pieces of eggshells in their scrambled eggs – gross! And we saved you hours of Pinterest “research” by summarizing these tips all in one video.
1-Put an end to slippery cutting boards
Place a damp dishtowel or paper towel underneath a cutting board to keep it from slipping and sliding across the kitchen countertop. You can also use a kitchen towel instead of a paper towel.
2-Easy corn husking
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Microwave the corn for 2 to 4 minutes. Cut off the stalk of each ear a few rows from the bottom, and the husk will come right off! Cutting through the cob can be a little tough, so make sure you use a strong and sturdy knife.
3-Soften butter in a flash
Keeping butter out on the counter for an hour isn’t exactly ideal for a tight schedule. To speed up the process, microwave a small bowl of water for 1-2 minutes until the water is hot, pour out the water, and place the empty hot bowl, upside down, over an unwrapped stick of butter for 1 minute for spreadable butter in a pinch.
4-Brush avocado with oil to prevent browning
You’ll never have to worry about browning again if you brush it with olive oil.
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