Freezing leftover rice—or making extra next time rice is on the menu-can be a real timesaver on busy weeknights or when you're looking for a quick lunch or dinner. Here's the best way to freeze rice for use later.
Instead of letting any bit of a carton of heavy cream spoil in your refrigerator, turn to your freezer instead. It is possible to freeze heavy cream—here's the best way to do it.
Nuts purchased in bulk (like at health food stores) are usually fresher and cheaper than those sold in small bags, but it can be hard to use them all up before they go rancid or stale. Here's a simple way to preserve the freshness of nuts for a long period of time.
Squeeze bottles give you easy access to the most-used ingredients in the kitchen—and also help give you more precision when you're adding ingredients to recipes. Here are a few simple ways to use squeeze bottles in your kitchen.
Do your potatoes start sprouting before you can use them all up? Here's a quick tip to keep your potatoes fresher for longer.
Preserve your summer tomatoes with this technique to dry in the oven—you can even preserve them in olive oil and herbs for more flavor.
Don't toss those overripe bananas! Throw them in the freezer instead so you always have ripe bananas on hand for baking or smoothies. Use this simple tip for a less-mess, faster way to freeze and thaw bananas.
If you love fresh, never-frozen salmon but can't use it the same day you buy it, this tip will show you how to keep your fillets straight-from-the-market fresh for up to two days.
Salt is an effective preservative for many foods, and that's no secret. Here's a DIY way to make your feta taste fresher, longer!
Save money and cut down on prep time with this simple tip for buying and storing produce in bulk.
Rather than throwing out the liquid left after steaming vegetables, put it to good use in this flavorful and healthy trick!
Can't seem to use up fresh mushrooms before they go bad? Stop wasting and start saving with this tip for freezing!