14 February 2014

How to Deseed a Pomegranate and Other Kitchen Hacks

If you love to cook from scratch you sure have invented some kitchen hacks to save you time and effort. For example, I have my own special way of arranging the spice jars, so I can pick them without looking, and I peel the onions after I've soaked them in water for faster and easier results.

But one thing I've always had trouble with is deseeding a pomegranate. I do love to eat pomegranate when possible but the effort it takes to open and deseed it often reduces my appetite for it.

That is why I was super-excited to find a great way to deseed a pomegranate in just a couple of minutes. Take a look:

If you are a fan of kiwi but don't know how to peel it without loosing too much of it, here is another video for you.

If you are a potato lover like me, you have spent countless hours peeling potatoes, here is a quick tip to peel potatoes with your bare hands.

I am sure that most of you already know that the easiest way to peel a garlic clove is to squash it with the knife and then it comes right out of its papery peel but what if you need to peel more cloves? Here is a great way to peel 20 garlic cloves in 20 seconds.

And now, here is the coolest way to peel hard boiled eggs perfectly.

Now it's your turn. Share the kitchen hacks that have made your life easier!

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