5 Ways To Keep Your Kitchen Germ Proof

In today’s video, we’ll be discussing some golden rules that will help you fight off bacteria, and keep your kitchen looking gorgeous. Whether it’s washing your hands, storing food properly, or separating chopping boards. We’ll be discussing all of this AND more…

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Intro – 00:00
Don’t Forget To Wash Your Hands – 00:47
Clean and Separate Your Chopping Boards – 02:11
Cooking At The Right Temperature – 03:47
Wash Your Utensils! – 05:13

Cleaning and Replacing Kitchen Towels – 06:21


1. Don't Forget To Wash Your Hands
Hand washing is one of the most basic hygiene practices you should follow to prevent food-borne diseases. Whether you’re prepping food for you or your family, it’s a habit you should stick to. Your hands can spread germs in the kitchen. Some germs like salmonella can make you really sick.

2. Clean And Separate Your Chopping Boards
Kitchen cutting boards can spread dangerous germs to both food and people. Cutting boards are often responsible for cross-contamination, leading to things like Salmonella. Believe me, you don’t want that!

3. Cooking At The Right Temperature
One of the most important kitchen rules is to make sure the food is cooked properly at the right temperature. If undercooked, harmful microorganisms can breed and cause food poisoning. The way you cook your food is as important as the way you prepare and store it. If you’re not cooking the right way, you’re going to get sick.

4. Wash Your Utensils!
The latest pandemic has reinforced the importance of good hygiene. Apart from protecting ourselves from the virus, it’s also a good idea to look at areas of our house that need cleaning and disinfecting. The kitchen should be Number 1!

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