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Jane Brodi about health and aging
The kitchen today easily replaces the bathroom and becomes the most dangerous room for the family.
While Burns and falls on tiles can cause serious damage to the bathroom, modern kitchen appliances and gadgets offer more chances of injury.
Even a seemingly simple kitchen job can do devastating damage.
Ask New York illustrator Stewart Krausner in April, who is a great cook. Recently Ms.
The 56-year-old Krauss cut off four tendons, multiple nerves and a blood vessel in her hand while biting the avocado, something she has done countless times.
She was covered in blood, unable to move both fingers, and was sent to the emergency room by ambulance.
The injury took more than three hours of surgery and months of painful recovery.
It will take at least a year for the injured nerves to heal.
Klausner can only hope that her hand will work properly so that she can fully resume her career. speed.
The therapist at hand therapy in Manhattan told her that she was the fourth avocado victim to be seen that month.
So add it to the immersive blender and the mandolin. . .
Maybe the bathroom is not the most dangerous room in the house! âx80x9d Ms.
Klaus said in an emailmail.
The secret of kitchen safety lies in knowledge and mindfulness.
My husband used to say that there is nothing good to come.
Don't try to do a few things at the same time and set aside enough time to complete your task.
Use a timer, especially for food that has a long cooking time.
I use them for everything I do.
My favorite is the battery.
The operating West Bend kitchen timer, which can be easily set with just a few hours, minutes and seconds of numbers, is an investment worth investing in.
Cutter is one of the most frequently used in dangerous kitchen tools.
Two security elements: must be sharp (
Blunt knife is more likely to slide the user)
They must be stored in their own drawers separately and safely (
Or a split part)
On a block or wall-
As soon as I ran out of the knife, I washed, dried and put it away.
They should never lie on the countertop or in a sink filled with water or other equipment.
When cutting or chopping, the fingers keep the food curled away from the damage.
Cut on a solid surface and keep the edge of the knife away from your body.
Use the correct knife in each task: for example, a jagged blade is the best for bread and safer for sliced people.
Other sharp kitchen items, such as cans, can cause serious wounds.
Also be careful when opening the hard plastic packaging, the edges of the hard plastic packaging are usually sharp.
The broken glass should be swept away with a broom and a dust-proof pot and disposed.
Don't use your hands;
Small pieces of glass can be cleaned up with wet but sturdy paper towels.
BURNS keep the oven gloves dry near the stove and microwave oven and use them all the time.
Microwave dishes can become very hot.
Do not replace the pot rack with towels.
The pot handle should turn to the center of the range, away from chefs and passers-
Prevent accidental tip.
Keep the gas flame low under a pan of boiling liquid.
Open the lid away from you and avoid steam burns.
When cooking with hot oil, cover the pan with splash screen.
Don't wear loose sleeves or flowing clothes when cooking, and wear long hair.
Pay attention to shoes worn by professional chefs: Wood clo protects their feet if hot water or oil leaks.
If you are burned, immediately place the injured area in cold water for a few minutes.
Fire does not leave or store flammable materials near the stove or in the oven.
Make sure that the pan on open fire holds enough liquid and use trivet when placing hot pot on the surface of wood or fabric.
Always clean your oven to keep it free of grease.
Please turn off the heat immediately if the fat or oil is on fire, but don't try to pick up the pot.
Never pour water on the oil fire;
Use salt or baking soda.
Even better, carry a fire extinguisher with you and know how to use it.
Unnecessary climbing is the root of the disaster. Keep often-
Easy to use equipment and heavy duty pans, use high cabinets only for items and food that are not often needed.
Never stand in a chair
Invest in a sturdy stool with wide steps and rubber foot pads.
I used my wooden stool safely countless times until one morning it really disappointed me.
I had a hard back and almost hit the post.
Remove all spills immediately so as not to cause human spills.
I only use sponge and micro fiber cloth on the floor.
There is no danger of tripping on the floor, including shoes and loose carpets.
The cushion rubber pad in the sink and food preparation area is expensive but safer and more comfortable.
The modern kitchen is filled with electric tools that can lead to life --
If the power plug is in contact with the water, it is threatened.
Read and follow all warning labels.
Use the polarized plug, do not overload the socket.
Dry your hand before inserting and using the appliance, make sure to unplug the appliance before cleaning it.
When unplugging the plug from the socket, please hold the plug;
Don't pull the wires.
Poisoning cleaning products should never be stored in the same cabinet as food, medicine or supplements.
My grandmother drank the cleaning fluid by mistake, thinking it was magnesium milk and almost poisoned herself;
Both of them are milk-like liquids in blue bottles and she can't read English.
Do not transfer cleaning supplies to food containers that are unmarked or emptied.
Child Safety children are naturally curious and once you turn around they can easily get into trouble in the kitchen.
If you have young children, grandchildren or friends or relatives visiting with children, please fix the cabinets with cleaning products and strong seasonings with a safety lock.
Don't hold your child in your arms to cook, and don't hold your child in a sling.
It's better to have a safe seat in the kitchen to protect your child while you cut food or cook.
Don't let toddlers relax in the kitchen when no adults are present and paying attention.
Give kids age if they want to help prepare food
Commitment to appropriate tasks and oversight. A 2-year-
The old one can add cherry tomatoes to the salad; a 6-year-
Old can teach how to cut soft dishes; a 10-year-
The old one can cut meat.
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