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Cooking with vinegar: Page 2

Poached eggs
If you are poaching eggs, add a tablespoon of vinegar to the water. This helps the egg keep it shape while not absorbing any of the vinegar.

Hard boiled eggs
Add just a splash of vinegar; a tablespoon is usually the trick, to the water when you are hard boiling eggs. If one happens to crack, it will not spill out of the shell.

Plastic containers
If you are having problems getting the smell of your egg salad or tuna out of your plastic containers rinse with vinegar and then wash with soap and water.

Coleslaw
Vinegar added to your coleslaw mixture (about one tablespoon per pint of slaw) is a secret ingredient for many restaurants.

Wilted vegetables
You can freshen vegetables using vinegar. Soak your wilted vegetables in a quart of cold water and mix in a tablespoon of vinegar then pour over your vegetables so they can ‘soak’ it in.

Hand odors
It is best to wash your hands with vinegar, after using onions, peppers or cabbage it will remove the smell from your hands.




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