You’ve been eating honey wrong – here’s how you should really be doing it

A COOKING guru admitted he’s still learning and wants his followers to learn right alongside him.

He revealed he didn’t know what the purpose of a honey dipper was – and once he found out, it all made so much sense.


“I used to think honey dippers were like an inside joke about movies or commercials or something like that, but it turns out there’s actually a perfect reason for their design,” the guru said in a video posted to TikTok.

“As opposed to a spoon where it gets everywhere, with a honey dipper, the honey will stay between the crevices and as long as you keep rotating, the honey will not escape until you stop and you’re ready to let it pour,” he concluded. 

The poster’s followers were just as surprised as he was when they found out about the practical design.

“Bro I thought it’s [because] it looks like a beehive,” one user said.

“Once again, TikTok teaching me more than my whole education has,” a second enlightened viewer commented.

Yet a third shocked user wrote: “I thought it was just for Winnie the Pooh.”

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As several other people noted, TikTok is a breeding ground for life tips, tricks, and hacks that people might not learn about in day-to-day life.

Another TikToker admitted she never bought powdered sugar again after realizing she can make it at home.

The trick?

All you have to do is put some regular sugar in the blender and blend it up.

Other people were impressed by a cooking expert’s hack that prevented her from crying when cutting onions.


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