A woman's simple but effective hack for eating sushi with soy sauce may just make you rethink how you eat yours next time - check it out below:
April-Joy Goodlet (@apriljoygoodlet), from Brisbane, Australia, shared the neat little trick on TikTok, showing how she pierces the sushi with the soy sauce bottle before pumping the condiment inside.
In turn, the soy sauce is absorbed easily and evenly by the rice within, rather than sitting in a pool on top like it often does.
Clearly, many people have never thought to do this as the video has proven a huge hit, amassing more than 2.7 million views since it was posted last year.
Many people branded Goodlet's hack 'genius' and 'life changing', with one commenting: "OMG absolute game changer. I'm definitely doing this next time."
Another added: "Why didn't i think of that before? *bang my head on sushi*."
A third commented: "My life will never be the same again."
Here's hoping you find the method as revelatory they have. It certainly beats squirting it on the outside and watching it all run off into the plastic container anyway.
Typically, however, some purists weren't quite so on board with the sushi soy sauce syringe system.
One person said: "How could you do such thing?"
Another agreed: "You destroy the sushi."
A third added: "Bruh that's wrong."
Meanwhile, over in Melbourne, someone else recently shared a similarly interesting trick - taking to Facebook to show off an unusual way of cooling down a gin and tonic.
Rather than relying on ice cubes, mum-of-two Alanda has taken to pouring a heap of frozen peas into a plastic bag, tying it up and placing it in her glass to cool things down.
Sharing a snap of the finished article, Alanda wrote: "When you really want a gin but don't want to wait for ice. Frozen peas in a sandwich bag it is then!"
Since she shared her post, Alanda has been praised by some for her out of the box thinking.
But she's not alone in the genius stakes. Others took the opportunity to share their own tricks of the trade, such as using frozen grapes or berries instead of peas.
Some also said that perhaps it's better to simply place the spirit you are using in the freezer to keep your drink chilled.
One person asked: "Have you tried frozen grapes? They don't water down your drink and are great to chuck in the freezer."
While another added: "Invest in frozen blueberries, it's a game changer."
Additional words: Jake Massey and Dominic Smithers
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