Sunday, June 2, 2024

Kitchen Hackz

@healthwithcory 👨‍🍳 The Best Way To Store Fruit 🍌 Bananas: On the counter wrapped with foil like this, because it helps to stop the release of ethylene gas so the fruit ripens slower and more evenly. 🫐 Blueberries- Rinse them, dry them and place them in an airtight container in single layers with a paper towel between each layer. This will ensure you minimize moisture buildup as best as possible. 🍇 Grapes- Soak them for 2 minutes in vinegar, then allow them to dry and store them in an airtight container lined with paper towels in the fridge. 🍅 Tomatoes- On the counter upside down, so it creates a small barrier against the oxygen, slowing down the potential growth of mold. 🍎 Apple slices- Soaking them in a salt water brine for 10 minutes, then drain the water out, rinse them and store in an airtight container in the fridge. 🥒 Cucumbers- In a sealed bag with a metal spoon on the top shelf of your fridge, because the spoon helps to alleviate changes in temperature. #fruits #fruit #mealprep #health ♬ original sound - Cory Rodriguez

Saturday, June 1, 2024


@177milkstreet Lemons are like salt. They make everything taste better! This is because, like salt, the acidity makes your mouth water. And saliva acts as a solvent for taste substances, which allows your taste buds to pick up more flavor. For practical purposes, our education director Rosie Gill has a few use cases. Our Greek Chicken and Potato Traybake (or “Greek garlic-lemon chicken”) is the perfect example of a lemony upgrade—throw the lemons on the tray with the chicken, roast, and squeeze them onto the drippings for a brighter pan sauce. Get the recipe via the link in our profile → @177milkstreet #milkstreet #milkstreetrecipes #traybake #dinner #dinnerrecipes #dinnenrideas #cooking #easyrecipes #lemons ♬ original sound - Milk Street