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Are your eggs still fresh? Put them in a bowl of water to find out. If they sink, they're good. If they float, toss 'em.
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As eggs age they lose moisture and take on air. #kitchentips
As eggs age they lose moisture and take on air. #kitchentips
Wrap cheese in parchment or wax paper, then store it in a plastic bag to preserve the surface of the product and keep it moist.
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Don't have a juicer? Stick a fork in it! Squeeze the fruit around the tines.
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  • lauren I've been drinking hot water with lemon and honey every morning and this tip was a godsend
  • annefood So glad @lauren ! I do that too!
With parents who grew up in Europe after the war, we learned to waste nothing! My freezer is filled with veggie ends for stock, shrimp peels for bisque, and breadcrumbs! Don't throw out those final...
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With parents who grew up in Europe after the war, we learned to waste nothing! My freezer is fill...
Don't keep olive oil above the stove! Oils go rancid easily, and should be stored in a cool, dark place.
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Place a dish of water in the oven while baking fish. It helps keep the flesh moist.
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Marinating fish in acid for too long will start to break down the flesh. Keep it quick @ 30 minutes!
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Restaurant secret: place a damp towel under your cutting board to prevent it from sliding around.
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Zest citrus directly into your dish to capture the flavorful oils that are released in the process.
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Scrape cheese that has been wrapped in plastic because the surface absorbs odors and chemicals.
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