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Hacks involving the general use and consumption of food, as well as the [storage], preservation, and transportation of food.

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I place the egg in a glass of water. If it floats, it is bad. If it stands up, use it for cooking (e.g. a hard boiled egg but not soft), it's getting old. If it sinks, you're safe. Why? The oute …
answered Dec 10 '14 by Tim
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Counterintuitively, corn on the cob holders can be good for this. They dig into the apple directly, rather than a fork which curves and can cause difficulty in angling it right without biting into me …
answered Dec 10 '14 by Tim
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You could always eat dried mango? The flavor is still there, and there is no stickyness. There are even methods of eating it that semi-rehydrate the mango in your mouth, and it has the nice experienc …
answered Dec 10 '14 by Tim
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Try chopsticks. If you don't use these much you might not know how good they are - they can pick up just about anything messy that is the size of a carrot or smaller: Bit Rebels You can also use …
answered Dec 20 '15 by Tim
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Use a holder Put something else in between your hands and the food. This could be what the food comes in like a sandwich bag, a wrapper, or some aluminium foil. Avoid something like cling wrap as it sticks to the food. Image, Tim 2014 …
answered Dec 20 '15 by Tim
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Do exactly what you did (cut around the bottom), but then make a hole in the top of it - a screwdriver or similar should be enough to break the vacuum.
answered Dec 22 '14 by Tim