If You’re Cooking With Garlic, Make Sure You Do This Before Anything Else

If You’re Cooking With Garlic, Make Sure You Do This Before Anything Else

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Unless you’re trying to stave off a vampire (godspeed, Buffy), getting garlic juice all over your hands while preparing a meal can make things pretty stinky. Whatever you touch will start to smell, too, not to mention it can make your skin feel sticky.

That said, garlic really is good for you, and you shouldn’t have to compromise using it in your meals just because it makes your hands smell to high heaven! Luckily, professional chefs are more than happy to share their tips and tricks for dealing with the bulb.

Follow these four super simple steps to keep your hands free of that pungent garlic stench.

Step 1: Prepare an empty jam jar
Step 2: Drop your whole bulb of garlic in the jar and twist on the lid.

Step 3: Give the jar a vigorous shake and you’ll see the garlic break apart inside.


Step 4: Dump the garlic cloves into a bowl to separate the cloves from the shell.

You can see the video below


Source: boredomtherapy.com

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