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Cooking Hacks (17 pics)

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  • 20 Apr, 2020  |
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“Cook your eggs in onion rings, for a perfectly-shaped fried egg that is ready to go into a sandwich.”

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“I froze a huge can of Costco tomato paste in balls so I should be set for like 5 years.”

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“Add a little brown sugar to the egg to caramelize your French toast! Also, yay for breakfast at dinner!”

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“I froze my extra herbs in olive oil this fall so I’d have herbs to cook with all winter. Dill potatoes anyone?”

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“Use crushed, dried edamame as a breading for chicken in place of bread crumbs, for a high protein, less carb crispy crust that tastes awesome.”

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“I always mince the giant bag of garlic, freeze it, and break off squares for cooking.”

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“Cheese grater broke, so I used a vegetable peeler to shave my parmesan.”

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“Carve out the center of food before freezing to make defrosting faster and more even.”

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“Freeze bacon before chopping to get fancy little bits.”

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How to make a cake last for a long time. I slice a chocolate fudge cake before putting it in the freezer and then we just heat up a slice when we want it. Saves wasting half a cake when eating it at different times.

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“Improvised ’scum skimmer’ for making broth.”

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“If you want the essence of citrus but not the tanginess, try using the peel instead of the juice!”

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“Keep some meatballs in the freezer to step up any frozen pizza.”

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“If you have a rice cooker, cook your salmon in it as well to save time!”

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How to make perfect bacon. Perfect bacon starts in the microwave — 5 min par-cook for 10 strips (30-45 seconds per strip) covered in a paper towel. Finish on the stovetop to crisp. Less oil to clean, quicker overall cooking time, strips don’t curl and pan does not become overcrowded.

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“Instead of cutting around the end piece, use an apple corer, it works perfectly on a tomato.”

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“Snack prep: frozen yogurt bark with berries, chocolate chips and coconut for 104 calories a piece.”

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