A simple tip I've been using for years in the kitchen, and an excellent way to naturally add even more flavour to salads of any kind.
However good you are in the kitchen, I’m sure there’s always the occasional accident resulting in a burnt pot! Here's a simple way to make cleaning much easier.
Bicarbonate of soda is an excellent natural cleaner for your kitchen. Use it to keep things smelling fresh, or to clean away stains.
White vinegar is a great natural cleaning product for ovens, toilets and windows. It will get rid of stubbon dirt and leave things shiny!
There's a simple traditional trick to make it easier to crack walnuts - and make them more likely to come out whole...
Olive oil is good for more than just your cooking! Use it as an alternative to furniture polish as a great natural treament.
Toothpaste can leave more than just your teeth smelling clean and fresh! It's a great trick to get rid of fishy smells.
Is your kettle covered in a layer of white scale? Vinegar will eat through the scale at the bottom of your kettle, leaving it good as new.
Lemon juice is a great natural cleaner, and it can also be used as a natural descaler, leaving your stainless steel sparkly clean!
Do have have spare lemons you won't be using? The citric acid in lemons will clean away grease, kill germs and bad smells, and bleach out discolouration.
Bicarbonate of soda is a great natural cleaner and can be used to get rid of stubborn stains and burnt-on food. Perfect for cleaning ovens!