How to Contain Smells on Your Cutting Board
This simple and easy to do cutting board tip helps keep fruit tasting fresh — not oniony or garlicky.
Don’t want garlic or onion-scented strawberries topping your next shortcake? Try this simple trick.
A lot of herbs and vegetables give off pungent smells and oils that can adulterate other foods (think garlic and onions). Confine them to only one side of your cutting board, and reserve the other side for slicing fruit, or anything that might be affected by strong odors. To keep them straight, simply marked the end of your cutting board with indelible ink.