Believe it or not, this trick does not require any soap at all.
We’re going to go out on a huge limb here and assume that you like onions. It’s probably not that far off base, right? This vegetable is one of the most versatile and it adds that little extra something to any dish. There is one downside that is not always discussed, though. It leaves a certain fragrance behind that is anything but pleasant.
Once you’ve stepped outside of the kitchen, this scent can be particularly off-putting. These moments can happen to anyone, at any time. Maybe you’re trying to throw a quick lunch together for the kids before you head out to take care of some shopping. Even if you take the time to wash your hands thoroughly before you leave the house, the scent has a way of lingering.
No one wants to have an “I smell!” realization at the wrong moment. If you’re out and about already, it’s usually too late. This is the sort of issue that requires us to become proactive, instead of reactive. Luckily for you, we are here to help you avoid these sorts of embarrassing situations. The hack that you are about to learn more about is a true game-changer.
Our good friends over at Food 52 are providing the scoop. Believe it or not, this trick does not require any soap at all. In fact, you won’t need to do anything special or even leave the kitchen. Just grab a metal spoon and rub your hands over it. It’s really that simple, we promise you. We are not pulling your leg and there’s no catch.
Turn on the cold water and take about 10 seconds to rub your hands against your chosen spoon. Once the process is complete, the stinky onion smell should be all gone. If you do not have a spoon handy, Food 52 says that you can use any stainless steel utensils that you have available. Is the smell really hard to remove? Try a larger spoon, so that you can cover more surface area as the water runs.
It’s nice to remove this sort of anxiety and stress from the cooking process. Onions are awesome, but we can’t lie to you, we weren’t always happy to add them. Thanks to Food 52, we no longer have these sorts of worries.SKM: below-content placeholder