The secret function of the salt grinder has a lot of Internet
A man on TikTok have discovered a “hidden” feature on the daily salt grinder you can buy from grocery store.
TikTok product reviewer @rightguysreview took to the video sharing platform after making the accidental discovery.
“Did you know that you can actually change yourself [the salt] from fine to earth?” say TikTokers.
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The TikToker pushes the lid of the salt grinder down, resulting in finely ground salt as opposed to larger flakes.
“I was years old today,” the video reads under the text.
Viewers in the comments section were impressed by the hack.
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“I’ve never run so fast to my closet to test it out 😂 mind blown 🤯,” wrote one surprised commenter.
“Game changer,” another commenter said simply.
However, other viewers were less than impressed with the hack, with some commenters claiming that this is already common knowledge.
“Really thought this was common knowledge,” one commenter wrote.
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“It literally has a diagram on the side of the tube to tell you,” another viewer pointed out.
However, if you’re like these commenters and this salt hack was already widely known, TikTok isn’t short of other handy kitchen hacks.
Another TikTok user has shared a hack to get finely chopped vegetables with just a peeler.
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The video, which now has 20.6 million views, shows a man sticking a fork into the side of a peeled onion, holding it steady on a cutting board, and then taking a peeler and running it over the surface of the onion, shaving it thin. layer, perfect for salads.
Similarly, kitchen and liver Queen Martha Stewart shared her own cooking hack get rid of the garlic smell from your fingers.
“Do you know how to get the smell of garlic from your fingers?” Stewart says as he uncertainly picks up a knife.
“Run the water hot and you can use a knife like this, all stainless steel. Just rub your fingers on it under running water and the smell of garlic goes away,” she ends the video, which now has nearly 3 million views.
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