Tips Cooks Love: Here are three ways to eliminate the odor of garlic on your hands after chopping. The first and most unusual (but it works!) calls for rubbing your hands well with a stainless steel spoon. Or, try scouring your hands with …coffee grounds. A third trick is to squeeze lemon juice over your hands, sprinkle them with kosher salt, and then rub away the odor. Don’t choose this method if you have any cuts on your skin or the cuts will burn. In all cases, rinse your hands well with cold water after cleaning. – “Tips Cooks Love” Andrews McMeel
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