Did You Know? – Useful Tips for Yoo!

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Yess! You can buy frozen chopped onion or green peppers for a quick recipe shortcut, or since they freeze so well, chop a whole bunch at once and freeze them in single servings.
Yess! When making many meatballs a fast and simple way is to shape the meat mixture into a log and cut off slices. The slices roll easily into balls. Another option is to pat the meat into a square and cut it into cubes which again easily roll into meatballs of uniform size.
Yess!  Stop tomato stains on your Tupperware by using with nonstick cooking spray before pouring in tomato−based sauces.
Yess!  Strawberries will stay fresher when kept in a colander in the refrigerator. Don’t wash until just before using.
Yess!  Freeze ripe bananas for later use. First peel, and then wrap tightly in plastic wrap and store in freezer bags.
Yess!  Corn on the cob will be simple to shuck if you wash them with cold water, place in a plastic bag and freeze for an hour or so before shucking.
Yess!  Freeze lemon peel. Use when a recipe calls for fresh lemon rind.
Yess!  Whole lemons will yield much more juice if stored in a tightly sealed jar of water in the refrigerator.
Yess!  Dissolve 1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin in a little bit of water and beat it into whipping cream to keep it from turning watery.
Yess!  Grind up or dice leftover roast beef, stew meat, etc. Add to scrambled eggs along with cubed leftover potatoes for an easy breakfast.
Yess! Make your own “instant” oatmeal by running regular oatmeal in a blender. Blending makes the oatmeal the same as “instant.”



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