10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do With Your Food!

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  • Make crystal with peanut butter

Take hot coal on a tong and place it in a jar of peanut butter, remove it from the jar and freeze it in a bowl of ice for 24 hours. Then remove the coal from ice and put it in warm water. Peel off the peanut butter and you’ll be left with a beautiful crystal. The carbon dioxide in peanut butter turns to coal in crystal.

  • Freeze water instantly

Want to cool a bottle of water instantly? Place the bottle in a box full of ice and add some rock salt to it. Leave it for 5 minutes and remove the bottle to get cold water instantly.

  • Clean your silver jewellery with sprite

Place your dirty silver jewellery in a glass and pour sprite over it. The acid in soda dissolves the dirt molecules and you’ll get back the shine on your silver jewellery immediately.

  • Remove wax from Fruits

Wash the fruits with warm water to melt off all the wax on them.

  • How to check if the honey is real?

Add a teaspoon of honey to a bowl and at water over it. Move the bowl gently and the honey will look like a honeycomb.

  • Use sparkling water to make fluffy eggs

Add two eggs in a bowl and add some sparkling water, mix thoroughly and make eggs like you always do. The carbonation will give you a fluffy eggs.

  • Ripen tomatoes quickly

Place a ripe banana in amidst raw tomatoes. The tomatoes will ripen within 24 hours due to production of ethylene in ripe banana.

  • Transparent Soda

Pour milk in a bottle of black soda, milk will curdle and settle to the bottom of the bottle and you’ll be left with transparent soda. Do not drink the soda.

  • Remove Rust with Tomato Ketchup

Rusted utensils? Coat them with tomato ketchup and leave for sometime. Wipe off the ketchup and you’ll be left with sparkling utensils.

  • Fix a broken porcelain plate

Join the broken plate with a tape. Place the plate in a container and pour warm milk over it. Leave it for 2 days, remove the tape and you’ll find the plate in a single piece again.