There are many useful hacks on the Internet that make our daily lives easier. Horticulture, Revive old bread,or Cut tangerines.. Recently, after a user shared a “genius” kitchen hack, the TikTok video became a hot topic. This solves the problem of the foil rolls spiraling, leaving a non-uniform layer.
Because it was shared Position A total of 178,700 likes, 3,325 comments and 20,600 shares were collected. Robbie Bell, owner and head of the City Larder Charcuterie, has the caption “The best kitchen hack ever by my boy Shaun Hurrell @ barriocomida, one of the best chefs in the UK” under username robbiebell8.
The 18-second video begins when Bell demonstrates a tin foil roll with non-uniform layers.When he narrates the video, Bell says it’s “one of the best kitchen hacks.” [he’s] It has been shown so far. “
Bell then suggests “remove a little” and “rub that part.” [the foil] Overlapping or not functioning properly. Next, he gradually shows how the layered, non-uniform parts of the tin foil “peele off”, leaving behind a roll that looks “brand new.”
As with the Viral TikTok video, many users rushed to the comments section to share their reaction. Most of the comments praised the hack: “Genius!” Written by a user.
“I wish I had known this before! I just threw away a roll that stuck like this,” one shared.
Another comment read, “A companion who may have actually changed my life.”
“It’s a great tip. It saves a lot of time,” another TikToker agreed.
Meanwhile, others were curious if there were alternative hacks that could work with wrap film rolls:
“Magic, ask him what to do with wrap film in this situation,” wondered one user.
“Mate, wrap film is the worst, so if you fix it, you’ll be loved forever,” another commenter wrote.
According to information posted on BusinessWaste, about 860,000 tonnes of kitchen foil are manufactured annually in Europe. In addition, statistics show that within a week of 2020, 14.72 million Americans used more than 15 aluminum foil sheets.according to StatistaThe estimated number of Americans using aluminum foil in 2024 is estimated to be 327.03 million in 2024. If this number proves to be accurate, it will be an increase of 8.06 million compared to the number recorded in 2020.
TikTok has an inexhaustible supply of food-based hacks to make cooking easier. One tip Recently, it was shared online by TikTokerStephanie known as @ steph2302 that caused a lot of controversy. He showed how to cook broccoli, completely skipping the small green leaves scattered on the kitchen counter.
Newsweek Contacted robbiebell8 for comment.