The internet has a wealth of information about practically all aspects of life. You will find easy hacks for everything that you do in a day - right from dressing up to cutting vegetables, and even hair and makeup ideas. Recently, an interesting kitchen hack caught our attention and made us sit up and take notice. It was a simple and clever trick to cut up bell peppers neatly without making a mess. Now, you may wonder why we need such a hack in the first place since bell peppers are relatively easy to deal with in the hierarchy of vegetables. However, once you see this hack, you won't go back to your usual way of cutting bell peppers. Take a look:
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The video of the bell pepper cutting hack was shared on Instagram Reels by popular content creator Lori Conway (@theloriconway). Since the time it was posted, it has raked in over 202k views and 3.6 likes. "No other way in my opinion," she wrote in the post. In the short reels video, we could see how Lori Conway sliced the bell pepper starting with the stem. Then, rather than cutting it in half, she placed it upside down and made three pieces from it along with the edges already there on the vegetable. This gave three pieces from the bell pepper with the seeds separating out entirely. Thus, the entire bell pepper was ready to be used in a hassle-free way without making a mess.
A number of internet users reacted to the clever hack of cutting up bell peppers. "Oh wow! I definitely needed this in my life," said a user while another wrote, "Well... I needed this hack!" "We like to just push in the stem until it falls inside and then cut it open. That way you lose less at the top and can spread it out flat with one quick cut -try it," suggested another one.
What did you think of the clever bell pepper hack that has now gone viral? Tell us in the comments.
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