You’ve been storing your tins all wrong – they should actually be stacked upside down to save you time when cooking

You’ve been storing your tins all wrong – they should actually be stacked upside down to save you time when cooking

WE all know cooking comes down to great timing.

So save some precious cooking time with this ingenious hack.


You'll no longer have to scrape all the last bits out of your tins because half of the contents has decided to stay inside.

Let gravity do the work with this handy hack.

In a TikTok which has over 70,000 views, @goldilocks.bears demonstrates how the hack works.

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All you need to do is store your tins from beans, fruit, rice pudding, soups upside down in your cupboard.

Then when you come to need to use them for your meals, simply turn the right way up, peel open or use a tin opener.

Turn the opened tin upside down again to empty it and see as it empties itself completely.

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Meaning you do not have to get in the tin to get out any hidden bits that have refused to budge.

In the video where she showed the trick on a tin of baked beans, she wrote: "This is your sign to your tins upside down."

"No scraping needed."

Commenters were hesitant to seeing their usual tins stored the wrong way round, as they said: "Great idea but I just couldn't."

"I'm confused," admitted one.

To which the mum replied: "Because time is precious and scraping beans off the bottom of the tin takes far too long."

While another praised her idea as: "genius."

A idea to ensure the tin empties in one go is to: "Also shake them before you open. Then they all come out."


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