Home chefs are thrilled to discover a groundbreaking hack that solved one of their biggest problems in recent years – and it costs nothing.
Foodies spend a lot of time thinking about spices and storage solutions – whether it’s using rice grains to prevent them from clumping or the perfect way to store spices in the kitchen.
Farafrom the US, was tired of seeing other chefs simply throwing away ‘destroyed’ spice jars whose contents had stuck together.
Herb powder clumps together after being exposed to moisture because the carbohydrates or proteins in the herb dissolve, become sticky and cause the granules to stick.
Fara’s free trick to solving the problem is to simply turn the bottle upside down, grab another spice jar, and rub the bottoms together in circular motions.
Home chefs are thrilled after discovering a groundbreaking hack that solves one of their biggest problems in recent years – and costs nothing to implement
The hack works in seconds and loosens the clumped herbs due to the friction it creates.
She shared a video demonstrating how to loosen herbs.
“I have a herbal hack you need to see,” she said. “If you ever get frustrated because your herbs are sticking together and won’t come out, I have the solution.”
“Go ahead and take your spice jar, turn it upside down, take another spice jar and rub the bottom together.”
She explained, “This friction makes everything come out very easily.”
Another mom also expressed her shock and awe when a fellow chef showed her the hack and demonstrated the trick using onion powder and taco seasoning.
‘If any herbs are stuck at the bottom of your jar, just take a new one and start rotating it. With such ease it falls apart and just falls, so easily.”
Thousands of people are amazed and delighted because of the cooking tip.
“This seems so much easier than just slamming it on the counter like I always do,” one woman said.
“Oh I really wasted so much time hitting the bottles with my hand,” wrote another.
“If this works, you just saved me from having to buy all my spices again,” said one.
“I do this in my restaurant when the pepper comes out too slowly,” said a waitress.