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Most of us have a kitchen tip or two up our sleeves that we share with everyone we know. Like how to boil the perfect hard-boiled egg… or how about stuffing a mini marshmallow at the bottom of a sugar cone to prevent drips (love that one!). Kitchen tips are meant to be shared, so Family Kitchen want to share these useful (and maybe not so useful?) kitchen tips with you.
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How to Ripen an Avocado
Don't you hate it when you are craving guacamole and your store's selection of avocados are all hard and unripe? Well, 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.
Learn how to store avocado.
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!
How to go through a Costco-sized bag of baking soda.
Hard to Open Jar Lids
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.
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