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Peeling Shallots

Stop struggling with stubborn skins and use this no-fuss method for peeling shallots and onions quickly and easily.

Dicing Avocado

The soft, buttery texture of ripe avocado can make it difficult to work with. So dice it up while it's still in the skin, instead!

Husking Tomatillos

Tomatillos are versatile and easy to cook with. A papery husk is all that stands between you and this sweet-tart fruit.

Keep Peeled Potatoes Fresh

This simple tip makes it easy to prepare potatoes ahead, by keeping them as fresh and white as when you peeled them!

Storing Romaine Lettuce

Make a mental note of this quick idea — it's a good way to maximize refrigerator space. Plus, it keeps lettuce fresher!

Ricing Guacamole

Is guacamole on the menu for your fiesta? Here's a trick that provides the perfect texture ... plus a quick _bonus_ recipe!

Peeling Ginger

Waste not! Put down that vegetable peeler and take out the silverware to get rid of pesky ginger skin without losing any ginger.

Peel Garlic with Ease

Sometimes peeling garlic is a messy and difficult job. Make things easier (cleanup's a breeze!) with this quick tip.

All About Tomatillos

Chances are tomatillos aren't your go-to ingredient or you don't use them often. Learn all about the berries with our tip.

Seeding Tomatoes

Love tomatoes but hate seeding them? Here’s a tip for doing it quickly and efficiently.

Cleaning Scallions

Don't let cleaning vegetables hold up the rest of your prep. With this tip, your scallions will be ready in a snap.

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