Who knew this was how we should be eating Nutella?
We're doing it all wrong
Every once in a while somebody shares a video on social media to explain how we've been eating/drinking this or that thing the 'wrong' way all our lives without realising it. Well, it happened again and it involves everybody's favourite hazelnut spread: Nutella.
4 votes and 3 comments so far on Reddit
A Reddit user (UD_Ramirez9) recently shared a post on Reddit's Life Pro Tips forum to explain that you're supposed to "take [Nutella] from the centre of the Nutella jar" and that's because "the thickness of the Nutella stuck to the glass will pull it down. This will cause the sides to be perfectly clean by the next day."
"I suspect it is because of the cohesion of the Nutella pulling down the remains, and/or the thickness keeping the residue from drying out and sticking to the glass", added UD_Ramirez9.
Some people in the comments pointed out that this trick may or may not work depending on where you are because the US version of Nutella, for example, contains different ingredients. BUT... it does work in the UK.