Thursday, July 28, 2016

Kitchen Hack: Hulling Strawberries


Hulling Strawberries can be a huge pain and just cutting the tops off is a huge waste of the tastiest part of the strawberry. This kitchen hack is a time saver and will save the flavorful part of the berry while hulling the tasteless pith and stem.

I have been trying to get my daughter more involved in the kitchen. I have been putting together some of my favorite kitchen tips as I am teaching her and I am so excited to share them with you.

Munchkin is a picky 6-year-old, and she doesn't like the way certain food looks or what it's called. For example, if I say a recipe has ground beef in it, she is bothered, so I call it "hamburger." That makes more sense to her. I have found when she is more involved in the process, she is more open to trying new food.

This kitchen hack for hulling strawberries is not only perfect for my 6-year old, but it is my husbands preferred way to hull them too.


With love from our simple kitchen to yours. 

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1 comment:

  1. Read your hack on hulling strawberries which I also do by the way but does the vinegar do when washing the berries?
    Thank you


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