The kitchen hack that will save you from scrubbing dishes
The problem: Food and sauces that stick to and stain your kitchen utensils.
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A non-stick cooking spray is your superhero when it comes to sticky and stained kitchen tools. Here are a few tips to save time and frustration in the kitchen!
Knives: Spray on your knife before you chop vegetables or herbs to prevent them from sticking while slicing.
Pots: A spritz while the water is boiling will prevent your pasta from sticking together, as well as to the pot.
Measuring cup: When using sticky ingredients like honey, peanut butter or molasses, spray cooking oil on the measuring utensil to prevent an annoying cleanup.
Tupperware: Leftovers leaving a mark? A simple spray will help prevent sauces from staining the container.
Cheese grater: Chunks of cheese left in the grater? Spray the inside and outside of your grater for a smoother shredding experience.
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