Food, glorious food. Where would be without it? Malnourished, yes, but – if the past year is anything to go by – also bored. Whether it involves making fresh pasta or fancy restaurant meal kits, experimenting with food is one of the activities that has consistently delivered us from catatonia throughout lockdown – just like TikTok. On that note, here are some of the best TikTok food hacks.
Why half cherry tomatoes – or anything small and spherical – individually when you can do it in one fell swoop beneath a tupperware lid? Plus the need for said tupperware lid is a perfect excuse for a takeaway.
As lovely as they are, pomegranates aren’t exactly easy to peel – unless you use this method, which is apparently approved by Chrissy Teigen of all people.
While it’s tempting to immediately bin all waste after chopping vegetables, don’t – freeze it instead. And then use it to make vegetable stock.
Listen, you can eat a cinnamon bun however you please, but there’s no denying that this tactic looks especially tantalising.
I’m done. You’re done. We’re all done. But is the meat done? Take yourself by the hand to check.
With the possibility of shell remnants and split yolks to contend with, cracking eggs is a risky business. But if you throw caution to the wind and simply drop one straight into a frying pan, there will be no such issues – according to TikTok, at least.
All you need is plain flour and Nutella.
Now, this might seem rather fanciful, but wouldn’t it be nice to just casually walk to the beach whenever you needed salt? We guess the landlocked among us will have to be content with Tesco.
A useful way of ensuring your slices are all the same size.
We now refuse to eat raw tomatoes unless they are served to us like this.
Nothing is worse than making eye contact with someone as the contents of the wrap you’re eating spill out beneath you. Bid adieu to that by learning how to actually assemble a wrap correctly.
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