KITCHEN IDEAS AND FOOD EXPERIMENTS ONLY CHEFS KNOW
Today, I show you how to plant anything from seeds and other vegetable hacks that will speed up your cooking process.
For starters, you can grow your own lemon tree from seed, by placing them inside a wet paper towel and then inside a container. Leave everything in a dark place to germinate and voila.
To peel a tomato really fast, simply warm it up with some fire. The skin will detach by itself and it will lift.
You can use the back of a drinking glass to make your own freshly squeezed orange juice.
Another great cooking trick is to cut a carrot diagonally, and then use the pointy side of it to peel the skin off a fish.
You can use a spoon to peel an orange or a mandarin.
Another great cooking lifehack is you can cut multiple tomatoes or cherry tomatoes in the middle, by placing them between two Tupper wear lids or plates.
Watch until the end to see how you can grow your own passionfruit tree.
0:50 – Smart cutting tricks in the kitchen
2:48 – Easy ways to peel seeds and nuts
5:03 – Easiest way to make pomegranate juice
8:44 – How to regrow pistachios
10:27 – How to regrow ginger
11:29 – Orange snacking
13:02 – Great way to remove seeds from peppers
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