You’ve been cooking your mushrooms all wrong – the right way means you don’t even need to wash them

MUSHROOMS don’t need to be washed if you do one thing before cooking them. 

According to a kitchen-savvy woman, mushrooms have a layer you can peel off, which means you don’t need to rinse them beforehand.


“Simply turn them over, snap off the stem, peel them,” a woman shared in a viral video.

However, she advised that if you want to use the peels for cooking, you should definitely wash them.

The woman has taken to sharing her kitchen tips with the internet.

Previously, she shared a tip that encourages folks to put tomato paste in a bag, press a line into the spread-out paste, and freeze it. 

With this hack, people have ready-made tablespoon measurements of tomato paste they can simply break off as needed. 

As it turns out, people have a lot to learn from the internet.

A professional chef recently revealed people have been scrambling their eggs completely wrong. 

Dan Churchill, an Australian chef, told his followers that there are several ways to perfect the outcome of scrambled eggs. 

First, he suggested cooking with medium-high heat “so you can control cooking your eggs evenly."

Next, he advised people to not constantly stir the eggs. 

His last piece of advice? Undercook your eggs.

“Remember once you take it off the heat the eggs are still cooking with their residual heat,” he said. 

The internet holds a myriad of life tips and hacks — like how to chop up beans without making a mess. 

If you’re looking for the how-to in terms of cooking, it seems like you might want to turn to social media before cracking open your cookbook.


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