Start with a Juicy base.
When you want to start inventing your own juicer recipes, just remember that every blend needs to start with a base. Juicy fruits and vegetables like apples, oranges, cucumbers, celery and carrots produce a higher volume of liquid, so start with those for a base and then get to experimenting!
If you’re feeling adventurous, the jam for your fresh doughnuts can be made in our bread maker.
Storing leftover Juice
You can juice larger amounts of fruit and vegetables and store your concoctions in the fridge for a few days to save time. Just remember to use an airtight container because your lovely fresh juice doesn’t have preservatives.
Easily Remove Eggshells From Hard Boiled Eggs
Simply add 50ml of baking soda or vinegar to the boiling water. As the egg boils the vinegar/baking soda are absorbed and allows the shell to easily separate from the egg whites.
#5 No more tears
chop the ends off your onions and throw them in the microwave for 30 seconds to deactivate those teary enzymes.
#6 Sayonara stale bread
Don’t throw out stale bread. Wrap it in damp paper towel, microwave for 10 seconds and it will come out soft and fresh.
#7 Dry your herbs
Fresh herbs are so expensive that it’s crazy to throw the leftovers away. Place a cups worth of fresh herbs on a paper towel and microwave for 2 – 4 minutes and then crumple in a paper towel. Voila! Dried herbs.