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7 Nifty and Thrifty Kitchen Tips You May or May Not Know

By aggieskitchen |

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.

Let us know if you’ve tried any of these and if they hold true or add your own tried-and-true tips to the list in the comment section!

 

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7 Nifty And Thrifty Kitchen Tips You May Or May Not Know

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.
Find other avocado tips here

 

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Aggie Goodman was a regular contributor to Babble's Family Kitchen. Her staples included some gorgeous dishes — like salmon with tropical fruit salsa or a kicked-up cucumber salad — as well as behind-the-scenes looks at what goes into making them. More of her recipes can be found on her personal blog, Aggie's Kitchen. Read bio and latest posts → Read aggieskitchen's latest posts →

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6 thoughts on “7 Nifty and Thrifty Kitchen Tips You May or May Not Know

  1. Angie McGowan says:

    Those are some great tips! I wonder if the rice would work in other spices that clump too.

  2. Sim says:

    So what’s the trick for this one? “Avoid Tomato Sauce Stains in you Tupperware”

    Anyhow sun takes the stains away. Place the tomato stained tupper in the sun for a couple of hours and they will be gone.

  3. aggieskitchen says:

    Sim, thanks so much for letting me know I left out a part of that one! I updated the slide, it’s said that spraying your Tupperware with nonstick spray will help avoid red sauce stains. I like your your tip too! thanks again!

  4. john says:

    How about don’t put the bananas in the fruit bowl? Bananas will just overripen all fruit (Apples, too) Lots of fruits should be on a flat surface so that the gases they put off don’t get trapped by them.

  5. MommaR says:

    I do that with strawberries too – wash up the ones that are good if they are starting to go, cut off their tops and freeze them. Chuck them in with smoothies, no ice required :)

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