11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

Categories: Food and Drinks | Life hacks | People

Do you ever wonder how people who can’t cook to save their lives are getting by in a world where eating is a requirement for life to exist? It’s a necessary evil that, if you don’t contend with, you won’t be able to contend with anything at all.

But what if I told you that nobody’s hopeless and that everyone can learn it, given that they undergo the right kind of training? Yep, r/FoodHacks is one such place for folks to learn how to go about making food without having to remodel their kitchen every time cooking happens.

11 PHOTOS

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

#1 Absolutely A Genius Idea

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

#2 Does Anybody Else Do This Or Am I The Only Crazy One?

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

#3 If You Want To Keep A Salad Fresh, Put A Paper Towel On Top Under The Lid To Absorb Moisture. Pic On The Right Is Day 4

The r/FoodHacks Reddit community is dedicated to delivering quick and simple tips and tricks on prepping food that would be delicious, and nutritious, and wouldn’t demand architectural or spiritual sacrifices to make it happen.

The last time Pictolic covered hacks, tips, and tricks from the community, it had 2.1 million members but has since then (almost two years later at this point) doubled and stands at 4.3 million, making it the Top 1% by size on Reddit.

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

#4 Wish I Knew This Sooner But My Future Sandwiches Are Gonna Be So Much Better

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

#5 Biggest Food Hack Is To Never Try And Catch The Knife. Just Step Back

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

#6 May I Present You With The Fork Ancho

As you probably might have already expected, the community is all about sharing advice that’s both simple and useful for every caliber of cook.

Advice spans pretty much any domain of the cooking process: everything from preparation to technique and methodology to frugal solutions to make cooking convenient. And fun, don’t forget that! Oh, and creative, definitely that too.

Much, if not all of it, is all about making it approachable for everyone. And once you’ve mastered it, you can go full gourmet all while being an amateur underneath it all.

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

#7 Spring Onions In Water Works Almost Too Well. Infinite Greens!

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

#8 We Are Well Into Apple Pie Season

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

#9 Easiest Way To Instantly Improve Your Baking: Use The Right Type Of Baking Pan

Now, sure, you can argue that cooking isn’t easy. Skill is only part of the equation, and lacking even that can seem like a hurdle that’s impossible to overcome.

All-around food expert and historian Rachel Laudan elaborated on why cooking is hard in a blog post of hers. Besides actual skill, there are also things like supermarket inventory, food handling and storage, mental capacity for recipes, basic knowledge of chemistry, alchemy, and any other -y to even begin to understand how to turn something raw into something edible.

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

#10 Use A Binder Clip To Keep Your Thermometer Inside Your Cooking Liquid…

11 Times People Discovered a Revolutionary Kitchen Hack and Just Had to Share It

#11 A Little Too Fancy For My Liking Thoughts?

Keywords: Kitchen hacks | People | Lifehacks | Revolutionary hacks | Kitchen | Cooks

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