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23 Ingenious Food Hacks from People on the Web

 Here are some more stunning food hacks that will save you plenty of time and wasted effort when preparing and eating your favorite foods. All of these ingenious methods have been thought of and perfected by real people and shared online for you to be inspired. Which one of these 23 brilliant ideas will you be trying out first?
1. Put a paper towel with lettuce leaves to soak up moisture and keep them crisp.
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2. Turn a cupcake baking tray upside down. Place your tacos in the middle to keep the fillings inside.
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3. Slice up a watermelon in strips and easily eat them with a stick.
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4. Put your cherry tomatoes between 2 dishes and slice between them, to avoid mess.
5. Add a stick to a tub of yogurt, then freeze. Now you have a super, summer lolly!
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6. By slicing them properly, you can fit 2 pizzas on one oven tray.
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7. Buy cheap vegetables and freeze what you can't eat.
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8. Pour coffee into your ice tree for undilutable iced-coffee cubes.
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9. Take a glass and use it to remove mango peel.
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10. Pop some dried rice grains into a cupcake tray to absorb grease.
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12. Fill a used condiment bottle with pancake mix to evenly dispense.
13. Quickly cook bacon using a waffle maker.
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14. Warm a glass and place it over your too hard and cold butter to soften it up.
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15. You can actually cook pancakes on a coffee maker.
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16. Use your cookie tray efficiently: fill one portion with milk.
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17. Turn an empty Dole cup upside down onto a jar for a handy snack carrier.
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18. If you've added too much milk to your oatmeal, rescue it with chia seeds.
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19. If you keep your frozen ice-cream tub in a ziplock bag and pop it back in the freezer it'll stay soft.
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20. Using proper cutting techniques, completely fill your sandwich with meaty bites.
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21. You can fix a straw through a strawberry to remove the top.
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22. Like flowers, keep your bunched asparagus longer lasting in a jar of water.
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23. Slice part of your ice-cream tub for wonderful sandwich.
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