Husbando and I have been together for a hot minute now, and I'll admit, he's taught me a thing or two. Some things more important than others, obviously.  But this... this was mindblowing.  I can't believe I was just a philistine before Husbando taught me to do this.

So let's set the scene.  You're preparing a little treat.  Like say, pizza rolls. I'm sure a lot of you are doing this since we're all living that "stay at home and make something simple" life right now.  Especially for those of you who have slightly older kids who have to fend for themselves when you're off at work...and you know this is what they're gonna eat.

You've just opened a new bag.

So now what?  Well, before, I would just rip open the bag and just kind of scrunch up the end of it.  Now, though.  Now.

I couldn't turn the picture, sorry.  So basically he taught me to cut the little bit of plastic at the top of your bag and keep it.

Then you USE the plastic to seal the bag.  Genius!  I don't know why I'd never heard of this before, but I hadn't.  And now, we have closed bags with no extra stuff.  We can keep our bread ties/rubber bands for other stuff!

What are some of your homemade kitchen hacks? I know the're probably nothing Earth shattering, but I'm sure we all have our own little things that we do in our own kitchens.  Maybe we'll learn a little something that seemed obvious before!

Share some of your little kitchen hacks/tips in the comments!

Hackingly yours

Behka