There's nothing more frustrating when making breakfast than dropping part of the shell in with the eggs. But it shouldn't be. Turns out, scooping it out with another piece of shell is easy, as it doesn't stick to the egg goop the way your finger or a spoon does.
Eat your toast toppings-side down. This way, the flavors will reach your taste buds before the bread does. Also, it might decrease the odds of it landing toppings-side down on the floor if you drop it while holding it upside down.
And you thought semi-circles were only good for dealing cards in Vegas. Turns out, slicing your round meats and cheeses in half can help cover more surface area. Fewer folks might ask for the crust cut off if there's something between them for a change.
You've been doing pizza wrong your whole life. Especially when reheating it. Never stick leftover pizza in the microwave. Instead, put it on a skillet or pan. This way, the crust will have a nice crunch and the cheese will be gooey.
Here's another trick for leftovers. You know how Chinese food restaurants always gives you those nifty little to-go boxes? They're even niftier than you realize. Unfold them to make a plate. No extra dishes necessary!
Natural peanut butter is better for you, but having to mix in the oil is always a pain. Well, once again, the way to fix this is turning it upside down. The oil will settle at the bottom of the jar, so when you flip it over it will rise and naturally mix in well when you're ready to eat it.
Here's another life hack for nuts. Pistachios are delicious, but a time commitment. Worse yet, some of them are sealed completely shut. When you come across these hermit nuts, you can pry the shell open using half of another shell. Waste nut, want nut.
So far we've learned to always either turn food items upside down or never throw anything away. The latter is true when drinking from soda cans. Keep the tab attached as a great way to hold your straw and keep it in place.
Lastly, watermelon. It's delicious, but makes a mess. That is, unless you cut it in half and serve it with an ice cream scoop. Eat a bowl of fresh watermelon with a spoon and don't worry about your face or hands getting all sticky. Classy as it gets. There's nothing better in life than learning some excellent new food hacks.