A man has shared a simple tip on how to eliminate the mess of grating cheese with nothing more than a grocery bag — and some people have hailed the hack as “life-changing.”
Ever needed to grate some cheese but were completely put off by how long it takes? Not to mention the amount of mess it leaves when you try to scrape off the last flakes Cheese from the cutting board.
Some of us will have found the task so tedious that we now swear by the pre-grated stuff from the supermarkets, but that’s often a lot more expensive than just buying a pad and isn’t at all conducive to the times you need to do it Cheese does not need to be grated.
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Slade posting under the username @thedadbriefsshared a video showing off his genius hack — in which he simply fits a plastic bag of groceries onto the end of his cheese grater to catch all those cheesy shavings with ease.
In the clip, Slade would then simply grate some cheese, picking up the grater and watching the shredded cheese fall perfectly into the pouch below.
Not only does the trick eliminate clutter, but it means you can easily store any shredded cheese you don’t use right away so you don’t have to repeat the process next time.
Commenters were surprised by the hack because while some said it was “obvious,” now that they’ve been alerted, many admitted that Slade “changed their lives” with his video.
One person wrote: “How am I going to learn this?!”
While another said: “You changed my life!”
And a third added: “Wow! How come I never thought of that? Great! Thanks.”
“Simple but brilliant,” remarked another.
Slade later returned to the video’s comments to admit that while he’s not the first person to have used the seemingly obvious trick, he considers it one of his favorites.
He said, “Others have done it before me, but it remains my favorite hack.”
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