Magic Stuff!

Vinegar is magic stuff.

You can use it for a number of things and it is much more environmentally friendly than using harsh detergents.

It’s also something that most people readily have in their homes.

Here are a few different ways that you can use it when cooking – apart from putting it on your chips, that is…

If you add a dash of vinegar to the water when you are boiling eggs, it stops the white from leaking out if any of the eggs crack in the pot.

For leafy veggies that are wilted and all sad looking, try soaking them in cold water with a little vinegar and they will crisp up considerably.

You know how your hands honk when you have been chopping onions?

Well… if you rub your hands with a bit of white vinegar, you’ll get rid of that nasty smell.

Here’s another great tip – often, eating veggies like cabbage, broccoli or cauliflower can make a person a tad “farty”.

They say if you add a dash of vinegar to the water when cooking, it will not only perk up the taste but also reduce gassiness.

This also works when cooking beans.

Bean soup is always delicious in the winter but sometimes the “fallout” takes away some of the charm.

Vinegar to the rescue!

Some other great uses for vinegar in the home…

Before you wash them – spray vinegar onto shirts or dresses that have those yellow deodorant stains under the arms – it helps to remove the discolouration.

Adding a cup of vinegar to the rinse cycle of your washing machine rejuvenates bright colours.

Acetic acid won’t harm fabrics, but it dissolves the soap residue that can dull dark clothing.

It also acts as a fabric softener, a static reducer and a mildew-inhibitor.

Chewing gum that is stuck to car upholstery, rugs and carpeting can be loosened by rubbing gently with vinegar.

Vinegar can disinfect, deodorise and sort out just about everything.

From shower curtains to sofa cushions, there’s not much it can’t do.

You can also spray it on the grout between your tiles, leave it for a few minutes, and then give it a scrub with an old toothbrush.

Wow! Who knew that sour old vinegar was such sweet stuff!

Hope these tips are useful for you.

Lots of love

Sibo

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