Salt is surprisingly versatile. The following tips have their origin in the centuries of accumulated experience, most of them are from the time before electric machinery and chemical cleaners.
What could be more refreshing than iced water or a glass of cold white wine, direct from ice pail“ Hurry“ Sprinkle a handful of salt over the ice and your drink will be cold before you can blink. Salt helps to lower the temperature of the melted ice to minus degrees. This speeds up the cooling process.
Good eggs, bad eggs
To see if an egg is still fresh, so place the raw egg in a container of salt water. A fresh eggs sink to the bottom while a rotten egg floats.
Do you want your fries phrases“ Remember to add salt as late as possible, preferably just before serving. This prevents your fries from becoming degiga.
No more slippery chores
Clearing slippery fish becomes much easier if you first moisturises your hands, and then strew a little salt on them. This gives you better grip and makes cleanup easier and safer.
Pasta as mom used to do …
order to receive good solid pasta should I cook it in very water with 10 grams of salt per liter. A lot of water makes the pasta will remain without stick together.
Mmmmm … it is a good coffee …
By adding a knife PAD salt in coffee powder before putting on the coffee maker increase the aroma of coffee.
Sprinkle salt on the exposed side of the onion before you start hacking. This will save you many tears.
In order to increase the cooling of the hot pudding, place the bowl in a container of salt water. Salt lowers the temperature of the water and speeds up the cooling process.
Rost Stains on household gear goes away quickly and easily with a mixture of salt and lemon juice. Mix 1 tsp squeezed lemon with household salt to a paste. Take a little of the batter on a dry cloth and rub on the rust stain. Simsalabim!
First Aid for Cutting Board
Have your cutting of wood started to smell bad“ Pour generously with household salt directly on the board and lightly rubbed with a damp cloth. Then wash with detergent and warm water.
An easy nut to crack:
Walnuts are sometimes used to decorate cakes. If you let them pull the salt water over night, it is much easier to get them out of the shells in one piece.