If you don’t have have a flour sifter, a whisk works just as well to get out lumps in flour and sugar.
If a recipe calls for sour milk, you can substitute buttermilk. You can also make your own sour milk by putting 1 Tbsp of vinegar in a 1 cup measuring cup and filling the rest with milk. Let set for a few minutes, and you have ready to use sour milk.
When using s sticky ingredient such as molasses or honey, coat measuring spoon with a drop of olive oil.
Every little bit counts!
Do not beat egg whites for cakes or meringue until ready to use. If allowed to stand, some of the white will return to liquid.Whip something good up!
To prevent onions from burning your eyes, hold them under water when peeling or slicing them.
Mennonite Community Cookbook, page 457
Wanda, this tip is dedicated to you.