on Jul 08, 2016 @ 02:26 pm|
Do you have a successful food hack you've tried?
A food hack is taking conventional ingredients and using them in unconventional ways.
Once I had leftover spaghetti had taken the shape of my round Rubbermaid container. I dumped the patty shaped pasta and lightly pan fried it. Then I topped it with a Sloppy Joe mixture and ate it as an open faced sandwich.
|Food Hacks on Jul 08, 2016 @ 06:22 pm|
That's a cool food hack! I have never done that but maybe one day I'll try it out. I don't really have any-out-of-this-world food hacks. A lot of them are really simple such as when my bananas start to get really ripe, I peel them and put it in a ziploc bag to freeze (I stopped slicing them because they all get stuck together which makes it a bit difficult for me to handle) I do it with all of my fruit so nothing goes to waste. I usually use the frozen fruit for smoothies.
Not sure if this is a hack but when the week is really hot, and I know that I will be craving something, I'll make an icebox cake and put it in the fridge so it can do its magic-- no need to turn on the oven to make something really delicious
|. on Jul 08, 2016 @ 06:53 pm|
Wash your vegetables well and you can use your vegetable peels and tops (the parts you normally throw out) as veggie stock.
Just pop them in a big freezer bag and when you have enough make stock. You can even compost them afterwards for maximum eco points!