Here's how to stop your apple from turning brown after slicing

With a squirt of some citrus, your apple can stay cool and fresh.

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An apple a day, they say, keeps the doctor away but many a folk probably have a harder time keeping the browning that occurs after slicing an apple away.

This is even more frustrating because apples actually taste better when they're sliced, but the browning can pose such a problem.

Well not anymore. Simply by squirting some citrus juice on them, you'll have your apples fresh and free of the ugly brown stain.

Have you ever considered making your own mayonnaise? Now you can.

Simply mix 2 tablespoons of lemon juice, salt, one egg and some oilve oil together in a jar and voila, there's your very own homemade mayonnaise.

Householde Hackers shares more interesting hacks that will change your kitchen for the better.

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