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7 Kitchen Hacks To Make Your Food Instagram Ready

Update Date: May 30, 2016 06:00 AM EDT

There is no such thing as a simple act of posting a picture to Instagram - especially when it comes to food. Instagram is the best social network for well-staged food presentation. While some have argued that producing such images may signal an unhealthy preoccupation with food, others have linked the consumption of food photography to eating issues and weight gain. 

Nevertheless,  we have listed here below seven appropriate applications of ingenuity and clever techniques that you can use in your kitchen in preparing food before you post in on Instagram. 

1. Swap piquancy jars for exam tubes

Test tubes and racks are simply accessible to sequence online and will make your kitchen look more like a culinary laboratory to take all those photos in.

2. Make strawberry prep easier

Use a straw to core the stem totally by pulling it by a fruit from a bottom up. Keeps a strawberry whole and ideal for your fruit salads.

3. Put a marshmallow your cupcakes

Pop a marshmallow on any of your cupcakes when they still have 5 mins left to prepare in the oven for easy topping.

4. Steam not boil over

Steam your veggies don't boil them so nutrients stay in and the color stays vibrant.

5. Multitask your kitchen tools

Use your egg slicer to cut adult strawberries, bananas and other soothing fruit and products orderly for ideally flashy arrangements.

6. Get flossing

Unscented dental floss can be used to cut soothing food equipment like cakes to safeguard we get a true and purify cut no matter a size!

7. Limit apportionment sizes

Don't overkill your plate. Leave space around a corner of your food so colors of your plate mount out. White plates elite for ultimate contrast

The expectation for every meal to be photo-worthy is now so widespread - hope this gives you some help.

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