Man Discovers You Can Cut Cheese Using Jagged Edges Of Arnott's Crackers
An Australian bloke has discovered a brilliant use for the jagged edges on an Arnott's cracker.
While TikTok is an app that is overwhelmingly swimming in dance videos and pointless clips, there are some absolute nuggets of gold to be found.
Lucas Rutherford posted a video to his account showing that an Arnott's Savoy or Jatz biscuit can be used to cut cheese.
Literally throw away all your cheese knives because this is a game changer (actually, don't do that because we don't think this will work on all cheeses without making a goddamn mess).
If you've got a little charcuterie board on show and there is some flat, solid, thin cheese available, you can use the jagged edges of a Savoy or Jatz to cut through it.
You can make nice squares that are perfect for your biscuit without having to dirty a knife or have cross-cheese contamination. No one wants remnants of blue cheese on their brie due to a single knife.
Interestingly, Arnott's has responded to the hack.
Speaking to news.com.au, a company spokesperson said: "Whilst we can't confirm the edges were originally created for slicing cheese, the sturdiness and scalloped edge of the Savoy gives it enough strength to handle this operation.
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"The secret to its cheese cutting success might lie in the number of ridges on each biscuit, which many don't know.
"Either way, Savoy are Arnott's number one selling biscuit in the country, along with Jatz."
Arnott's has described Lucas' hack as 'innovative and clever'
His TikTok video has since racked up more than 13,700 likes, with many people baffled at the sudden discovery.
One person wrote: "bro........this is my go to snack...HOW DID I NOT FIGURE THIS OUT??!!!!"
Another said: "Omg what has my life been up until this point?"
A third added: "Ok you've added to my life significantly"
Give it a whirl next time you're having some crackers and cheese.
Featured Image Credit: @lucas.rutherford/TikTok
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