Cut the chunk you want right through the package. Remove delicious cheese. Slide now-empty end back over the remaining cheese. Vanquish dried-out cheese ends forever!
You'll get instant creamy salad dressing and the jar will be clean so you can recycle it.
Plain old hot water works too.
They’ll stay fresh for at least two months without molding.
Sulfur from the onion keeps the brown away. A light sprinkle of apple cider vinegar also works.
Ethylene gas from apples keeps potatoes from sprouting.
Instant hot chocolate! Try with melty marshmallows for an easy ice cream topping.
Avoid sticky fingers and leave no mango behind.
Speeds ripening process by forcing sugars to flow to the top. Just be sure to pluck top leaves first.
It’ll keep for up to a month this way. Works for broccoli too.
Stirring will be 100x easier and you’ll avoid that stiff bottom layer that usually gets tossed with the jar.
They’ll keep for 3-5 days longer than usual.
Fresh herbs spoil quickly. Chop and mix with melted butter or olive oil, then pour into ice cube trays to preserve perfect portions for future meals.
Coffee grounds contain nutrients needed by acid-loving plants like roses, hydrangea, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and tomatoes.
Works in the real oven too.
The oils from the crust will restore its original crispiness.
Those last bits are perfect for omelets and smoothies.
There are over 20 veggies, herbs, and even a few fruits that will re-spawn themselves!