About a year or two ago I got this wooden cutting board that I LOVE! I use the cutting board almost every day for fruits and veggies (I have a separate one for raw chicken of course). But sometimes when I cut up onions or garlic the smell lingers, which doesn’t bother me that much, unless I want to cut up a nice juicy apple. As much as I love garlic taste, I don’t care for it on my apples. So I’ve learned this great way to get ride of the smell! Just put some baking soda on your cutting board.
Then add a little water to make a paste, and rub it in with your hands.
Bonus: It might help any onion or garlic smell on your hands too! Sorry this picture is blurry, but in my defense, my right hand was having to pose, while my left hand was snapping the picture, a little too much multitasking for me!
This post is shared at Tammy’s Recipes for Kitchen Tip Tuesday