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  • Make Sure Your Knives Are Sharp on Random Most Important Kitchen Safety Tips

    (#7) Make Sure Your Knives Are Sharp

    A sharp knife will do the job quickly and won't require as much force as a dull one. Since a dull knife will require more force, there's a greater chance you'll slip and accidentally cut yourself. 
     

  • Wash Your Hands After Chopping Peppers on Random Most Important Kitchen Safety Tips

    (#9) Wash Your Hands After Chopping Peppers

    When you cut a chili pepper, it releases oils that coat your skin. Simple water and soap won't do much for washing this off. As The Kitchn suggests, use dish soap, rubbing alcohol, or even a milk bath to get the oils off to avoid that burning sensation. And whatever you do, don't touch your eyes for a good long while.
  • Smash Garlic With The Side Of Your Knife on Random Most Important Kitchen Safety Tips

    (#17) Smash Garlic With The Side Of Your Knife

    Rather than trying to smash garlic with your hand or a kitchen mallet, use a knife. Food Network advises this method: "Lay the flat side of your knife over the clove while holding the handle. With the heel of your other hand, carefully give your knife a good whack... this will separate the skin from the clove."

  • Keep Kids And Pets Out on Random Most Important Kitchen Safety Tips

    (#21) Keep Kids And Pets Out

    You love your kids and pets, but they can definitely get under-foot easily. The worst place for that to happen is in the kitchen. The best way to avoid accidents and spills is to make sure that Jr. and Rover stay out of the kitchen while you're cooking. 

     

  • Keep Blenders Clean By Blending Soapy Water on Random Most Important Kitchen Safety Tips

    (#11) Keep Blenders Clean By Blending Soapy Water

    Blenders are annoying to clean, but even worse is the dirt and potential bacteria that gets left behind when you don't immediately clean the blender (not to mention accidental hand-to-blade contact). Take the hassle out of this task by blending soap and warm water for a minute after you finish making your smoothie.

  • Keep The Door Closed On Oven Fires on Random Most Important Kitchen Safety Tips

    (#1) Keep The Door Closed On Oven Fires

    If a fire starts in the oven or microwave, don't panic. Just keep the door closed and turn off the oven or microwave. Opening the door will just give the flames more access to oxygen, which simply fuels a fire. Keep the door closed and the lack of oxygen will suffocate the flames. 

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There are flammable and explosive hidden dangers in our daily life, especially in the kitchen where we need to use it every day. It is necessary to pay more attention to fire prevention, because the kitchen is an open flame for cooking and stores fuel, cooking oil, and other combustibles. There are many details that need to be noticed when we use the kitchen daily, such as knives and food poisoning.

When cooking with sharp knives and open flames, accidents will inevitably occur in the kitchen. The random tool shares 24 useful and important tips for kitchen safety that everyone should know.

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