Why You Should Be Blow-Drying Your Strawberries
It’s a fruit-salad game changer
Before you assemble a fruit salad, you have to wash your produce. But, ugh, even the tiniest bit of extra moisture causes that salad to turn out soggy. This 30-second fix is brilliant.
What you need: A hair dryer, a pint of strawberries and paper towels
What you do: Remove the stems and give your strawberries a quick rinse in cold water, then spread them out evenly on a paper towel. Plug in your hair dryer (away from the sink, of course) and, on the lowest setting and no heat, blow-dry your berries until all the water droplets are gone. It should take about a minute, tops.
Berry genius. We know.