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How to Spot a Bad Orange

If an orange has an unpleasant odor, is hard to peel, or is mushy, it might be bad. The dark spots on its spoon can also tell that it’s bad. This article will explain how to spot a bad orange. Hopefully, this article will help you choose better-quality fruit in the future. Also, it will…

How to Cut a Whole Chicken

The first step in cutting a whole chicken is splitting it lengthwise. To do this, insert a knife lengthwise through the backbone. Once through the backbone, cut the chicken’s tail from one end to the other. You may use kitchen shears to cut the backbone. This step will also require a knife or kitchen scissors….

Is a Tomato Bad For Your Health?

A tomato is considered to be bad for health if it has mold, cracks, or discoloration. If you see any of these signs, you should throw it away. Another sign that the tomato is bad is when it sinks to the floor when you squeeze it. If it also smells bad, throw it away immediately….

Lime Storage Tips

Limes should be stored at 48degF for optimal shelf life. Warmer temperatures promote decay, while colder temperatures promote chill damage. Limes are more susceptible to chill damage and can lose their freshness faster. Lower temperatures can cause mold, water loss, fading, and blemishes. Relative humidity should also be kept at a constant level. If you…

How to Cut Orange Wheels

Here are some easy and delicious ways to slice oranges. This article will teach you how to cut oranges in any desired thickness and serve them as a garnish or side dish. Orange wedges are an excellent snack or side dish for breakfast or lunch. Cut them however you like, and you will be delighted…

How to Store Asparagus

If you want to know how to store asparagus for longer use, you have to know about its storage methods. Here are some tips: Can You Can Asparagus To store asparagus, you need to make sure it is fully blanched. This way, you can use it later for soup, risotto, pasta sauce, or a casserole….

How to Tell If Asparagus is Bad

If you are curious about how to tell if asparagus is bad, you’ve come to the right place. While there’s no definitive way to know if asparagus is bad, you can look for soggy, slimy, or wrinkled stalks. In addition, you can watch for spots of mold on the spears. If you find that your…

How to Reheat Naan

Reheating Naan is essential to make a great batch of this delicious bread. Here are some methods you can use. They include Oven, Microwave, Stovetop, and Toaster. Try one or all of them, and see which works best for you. Then you can enjoy your tasty naan as soon as you like! Read on to…

How to Peel Ginger

There are a few different ways to peel ginger, including using a spoon, a knife, or a vegetable peeler. This article will discuss how to peel ginger and prepare it for cooking. You can also read up on cleaning ginger before peeling. It can be challenging to peel ginger, so make sure to clean it…

How Long Can Mashed Potatoes Sit Out?

When making mashed potatoes, you want to ensure they don’t sit out too long. However, leaving them out for more than two hours is not safe. That’s because bacteria grow rapidly at room temperature. It’s best to store leftover mashed potatoes in the refrigerator. You can use a food thermometer to keep them at a…