Friday, 29 May 2015

5 Simple Tips For Kitchen Hacks

While these kitchen hacks are now second-nature to me, I’m always reminded that they seem downright bizarre to a visiting houseguest or friend.“Why do you keep ginger and coconut flour in your freezer. Or “Why do you store onions in lunch bags?” I’ve been frequently asked. Do you spend a lot of time in the kitchen hacks? Well, here’s a video for you! In this video, you will find really simple but cool tips like recycling old plastic bottles and using them as containers, clothing hangers to hold a recipe books and more.

Clever and innovative kitchen hacks can be used in almost every area of the kitchen like storing, freezing, peeling, refrigerating, reheating, baking and chopping. These hacks will ensure that you are using your kitchen hacks wisely with some added creative thinking.              
Use Magnets

Are you using your cabinet doors for some other clever way to give yourself additional storage? If so, you can still organize tips your spices in a clever way by making use of magnets. You can also use magnets for storing knives so that you don’t have to use a knife block just make sure you use a strong enough magnet so that your kitchen hacks doesn’t rain knives.

Labeling System

Labels are a great way to help you organize your kitchen hacks. You can even put the labels on the tops of jars so that when you store them in a drawer you can take the guesswork out of which container you want.

Keep Wine Chilled

On a hot day, it can be challenging to keep your white wine chilled once you’ve poured a glass. Instead of putting ice in your wine, which will water it down, next time put a few frozen grapes in your wine to keep it cool without ruining the flavor.

Add A Kitchen Island

A kitchen hacks island can bring some added functionality and organization to your kitchen tools as it can serve as both a place to eat as well as an extra storage space.

Keep Ice Cream Soft

Don’t you hate when you pull the ice cream out of the freezer and it’s rock hard? Then you have to wait for it to thaw enough to scoop out. If you store your ice cream in a Ziploc bag in the freezer, it will keep it softer so you don’t have to wait for your sweet treat next time.

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