11 Foods You’ve Been Cutting Wrong

MARCH 30, 2015 -- Admin

If you’ve ever been a victim of a knife cut because of these foods, then it’s time for you to know that your whole life has been a lie. You’ve been cutting them wrong, and that’s the reason for your bloodshed and pain.

It’s time to educate yourself.

 

ARTICHOKES

Artichokes

Gone are the days of cutting this baby layer by layer. Do it in one fell swoop, and sit back to enjoy the delicious fruits of your labor.

 

AVOCADO

Avocado

If you catch this delectable fruits at the peak of its ripeness, the skin can actually function as a makeshift plate. No fuss, no muss, no mess.

 

CAKE

Cake

Cutting in down through the middle makes sure that everyone gets an equal amount of cake and frosting throughout the whole bite.

 

CARROTS

Carrots

Say goodbye to the days when peeling carrots was a job that you dreaded. Using this method, you can get clean, smooth, whole peels that are easy to remove from your counter top.

 

CHERRY TOMATOES

Cherry tomatoes

Just pop these babies between two plates, and let the gliding motion of a very sharp knife do all the work for you. BAM, perfectly sliced grape tomatoes.

 

KIWIS

Kiwi

Just slice these babies in half, and use a spoon to scoop out their delicious insides. No need for some intensive skin-peeling (and…that totally sounds wrong when taken out of context).

 

LIMES

Limes

 Use this quick and easy method to cut limes and maximize juicing properties.

MANDARIN ORANGE

Mandarin Orange

This technique is perfect if you’re feeling creative, or you have a fancy party and you need a presentation for your oranges. It’s like a perfect little line of tangy, sweet treats.

ONIONS

Onions

Once you master this cutting technique, you’ll never have to cry while chopping onions ever again (just make sure to soak them in milk first).

POMEGRANATES

Pomegranate.

Less hassle, more time to savor these little pockets of tangy deliciousness. It’s a WIN-WIN!

WATERMELON

Watermelon

Those days of a watermelon juice facial will be but a distant memory after you learn this cutting technique.

 

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