Check this out to see if you've been cutting these 7 vegetables wrong

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Cooking is great. After all, who doesn't love a freshly made homemade meal that has filled your house with the fantastic aroma of something bubbling away on the stove? But cooking and prepping are two very different things, aren't they? While everyone may love a slowly simmered sauce, or a sheet pan of veggies that have been roasted to perfection, who really wants to spend all that time chopping and dicing?
No one. In fact, prepping has often been touted as the most annoying part of preparing a meal. That's why they have all those over-priced containers of pre-chopped vegetables in the produce aisle next to all those whole needs-to-be-chopped vegetables. But, learn how to chop and slice those vegetables the right way - which also happens to be the fastest way - and the next time you have a big meal to prep, you'll do it with a smile instead of a groan.
Best way to cut an onion
Onions can be some of the most difficult vegetables to chop. Their skins are slippery, they have a way of shooting out their middle while you're mid-chop, which can leave you to nearly taking off your finger while you do it; not to mention that you're crying the whole time. Luckily, the following video is here to save you.
Best way to cut cauliflower
It can be very difficult to remove all those little florets from that large head of cauliflower. It's oddly shaped, it doesn't sit nicely on the counter, and you can lose a lot of cauliflower in the meantime as you hack into it. But there is another way.
Best way to cut jalapenos
The hardest thing about chopping or slicing jalapenos is figuring out a way to do it without getting a squirt of hot juice in they eye, or feeling the burn in your fingertips. Here's a super simple solution.
Best way to cut garlic
Garlic has many of the same problems onions do. They have slippery, papery skins and removing the skin of the cloves one-by-one can be time-consuming. When you have to chop a lot of garlic at once, do it the easy way.
Best way to cut bell peppers
It can be difficult to get thin, even strips of bell peppers when they have no flat surface and bumpy ends on both their top and bottom. Luckily, the following video is here to help.
Best way to cut carrots
Carrots can also be difficult to cut because their cylindrical shape can make them roll around the cutting board. And when they're really thick, this can also make your knife roll around, once again threatening your fingertips. Instead, try the method in the video below:
Best way to cut asparagus
Asparagus can be a very elegant and nutritious vegetable, but if you leave too much of those stalks on, it can quickly ruin the experience. The ends are tough, chewy and fibrous; nothing anyone ever wants to snack on. So how do you know where the delicious asparagus ends and where the undesirable part starts? Check out the video below:
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