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Chef demonstrates exactly how to pull off that viral garlic peeling hack

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There’s something about “lifehack” posts that make the internet go a little wild. Sure, we all want our daily lives and chores to be a little easier, but is it really a “hack” if it takes a million steps? Or if there’s a secret to the hack that isn’t revealed.

Chef Glen Powell from the YouTube channel Glen & Friends Cooking is here to expose what really goes into the most recent kitchen hack, the viral garlic peeling trick

“Like any shortcut, or hack, or cooking technique, you need to…

Chef demonstrates exactly how to pull off that viral garlic peeling hack

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There’s something about “lifehack” posts that make the internet go a little wild. Sure, we all want our daily lives and chores to be a little easier, but is it really a “hack” if it takes a million steps? Or if there’s a secret to the hack that isn’t revealed.

Chef Glen Powell from the YouTube channel Glen & Friends Cooking is here to expose what really goes into the most recent kitchen hack, the viral garlic peeling trick

“Like any shortcut, or hack, or cooking technique, you need to…

People are apparently putting garlic inside their vaginas. Here’s why you definitely shouldn’t.

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Of all the things to put inside your vagina, garlic seems like it’d be pretty low down on the list of, uuuh, desirable objects. 

Well, apparently that sentence is a complete lie. Because people are shoving cloves of the stuff inside their vaginas. And, according to Dr Jennifer Gunter, the New York Times’ gynaecologist, this is a thing you should never, ever, ever do. 

In a particularly arresting thread, Gunter…

People are apparently putting garlic inside their vaginas. Here’s why you definitely shouldn’t.

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Of all the things to put inside your vagina, garlic seems like it’d be pretty low down on the list of, uuuh, desirable objects. 

Well, apparently that sentence is a complete lie. Because people are shoving cloves of the stuff inside their vaginas. And, according to Dr Jennifer Gunter, the New York Times’ gynaecologist, this is a thing you should never, ever, ever do. 

In a particularly arresting thread, Gunter…

Crappy toaster troubles? This one from KitchenAid has cooking presets and is $40 off at Walmart.

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A toaster may not seem like an appliance that should be a premium purchase — how hard can it be? Yeah, that’s everyone’s thought until only one side of the bread gets toasted or a bagel gets stuck and catches on fire. 

It’s time to upgrade: This two-slice toaster from KitchenAid provides the quality your breakfasts deserve, and it’s one sale for just $59.99 at Walmart.

Up your toasting possibilities with the…

Crappy toaster troubles? This one from KitchenAid has cooking presets and is $40 off at Walmart.

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A toaster may not seem like an appliance that should be a premium purchase — how hard can it be? Yeah, that’s everyone’s thought until only one side of the bread gets toasted or a bagel gets stuck and catches on fire. 

It’s time to upgrade: This two-slice toaster from KitchenAid provides the quality your breakfasts deserve, and it’s one sale for just $59.99 at Walmart.

Up your toasting possibilities with the…

Here it is: The saddest chicken

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Every so often, Twitter gathers for one of its most powerful bonding experiences: making fun of gross food. On Monday, users gathered to mock this chicken, which is the worst-looking chicken we have ever seen.

This chicken, which is not only completely unseasoned but seems to have never touched butter, garlic, or marinade of any kind, was tweeted by @corihealy. Crucially, though, it was not her chicken — it belonged to her boyfriend’s roommate.

Y’all wanna get upset by the lack of…

Everyone should keep a jar of minced garlic in the fridge

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I remember the crackling the most — then comes the smell that sits in the air for hours, clinging to your clothes. In my grandmother’s kitchen, chopped garlic frying in an olive oil bath was almost always on the stove. 

If she was making white rice and black beans, she’d fry garlic and onions in olive oil as the rice boiled. To start her tuco, a red pasta sauce popular in Argentina, she’d drop…

Everyone should keep a jar of minced garlic in the fridge

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Essentials Week spotlights unexpected items that make our daily lives just a little bit better.


I remember the crackling the most — then comes the smell that sits in the air for hours, clinging to your clothes. In my grandmother’s kitchen, chopped garlic frying in an olive oil bath was almost always on the stove. 

If she was making white rice and black beans, she’d fry garlic and onions in olive oil as the rice boiled. To start her tuco, a red pasta sauce popular in Argentina, she’d drop…

Logitech MX Vertical review: Flipping the mouse on its side is hardly an upgrade

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Logitech MX Vertical
$99.99
The Good

Futuristic design • Great connectivity through Bluetooth or USB

The Bad

Right and left clicker sit too high • Uncomfortable to use

The Bottom Line

The Logitech MX Vertical flips a traditional mouse on its side. The idea has some benefits, but they don’t make up for a bumpy user experience.

Mashable Score3.5
Cool Factor4.0
Learning Curve3.0
Performance4.0
Bang for the Buck3.0

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