Lifehack: With this simple trick, limp vegetables become crunchy again

Barely bought, already drained of juice and strength.

Lifehack: With this simple trick, limp vegetables become crunchy again

Barely bought, already drained of juice and strength. Sometimes the freshly purchased vegetables have the stamina of an aging chain smoker sprinting. And sometimes you buy something and then ignore it for days until it leaves its leaves hanging unappetizingly and is recommended for the compost. It's a shame. Not everything that looks wilted has to be rotten. A woman from Queensland has now gone viral on Facebook with a life hack that is so simple that it makes you want to apologize for every vegetable you throw away in a hurry."Last night I found an extremely limp cauliflower in our second fridge. There were already a few of them Weeks old," reported the Australian in a Facebook group that focuses on saving. The single mother didn't want to throw the cabbage away, especially since food prices have recently risen sharply in Australia. At that moment she thought of Lady Flo. Florenze Bjelke-Petersen was an Australian politician and author, married to Queensland's longest-serving Prime Minister and a passionate cook. Her know-how in the kitchen, which she was happy to share with the public, contributed significantly to her prominence. Lady Flo also knew how to revitalize limp vegetables.

The tip that the Australian remembered with the cauliflower in her hand was almost too simple to be really promising. But she could only win. So she soaked the vegetables in a bowl of water overnight. “I tried it and woke up with fresh cauliflower,” she euphorically reported to the group about the life hack. There the water trick was shared just as euphorically. Soaking also works for other vegetables. Carrots would become crunchy again by bathing in water, as would celery.

Source:DailyMail

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