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Do you know the eight taboos in the use of kitchen utensils?

The kitchen is one of the most important places in life, but in the kitchen, various kitchen utensils have different functions and functions, and scientific use is very important, otherwise, it will not only be useless but harmful. Let the hardware kitchenware manufacturer Yingxin Metal Xiaobian tell you about it.

1. Metal containers should not hold acidic beverages

When acidic beverages come into contact with metal containers (iron, aluminum, copper, etc.), a chemical reaction will occur, causing the metal substances to dissolve in the beverage. Once ingested, it can cause chemical food poisoning, headache and nausea. Diarrhea and other symptoms, and beverages such as lemonade, orange water, and sour plum soup are high in acidity. Therefore, metal containers should not contain acidic beverages.

2. Plastic food utensils should not contain oily items

Taboos on the use of plastic tableware: Avoid storing food for too long, and wash it immediately after each use. Avoid oily items. Because soft plastic tableware has poor oil resistance, it is easy to be contaminated by oil.

Do not put fresh fish. Due to the strong odor absorption properties of soft plastic tableware, it is difficult to remove the fishy smell after placing fresh fish. Avoid blooming water. Soft plastic food has the disadvantage that it is not resistant to high temperature, so it is forbidden to scald it with boiling water or boiling water.

3. Avoid using enamel products to cook food

All kinds of enamel products are made of enamel plated on the surface of iron products. Enamel contains lead compounds such as enamel lead that are harmful to the human body.

In order to ensure safety, it is best not to use enamel products to cook food, and do not use it to hold acidic food. Because the glaze painted on the surface of enamel products is mainly composed of various metal salts, such as yellow and red glazes are compounds of cadmium and lead, and both lead and cadmium are toxic. Using colored enamel products to hold acidic food, toxic substances such as lead and cadmium will dissolve into the food and cause chronic poisoning of the human body.

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4. Avoid using colored porcelain tableware to hold acidic food

Ceramic tableware painted with colorful patterns will give diners a beautiful enjoyment. But little is known about its potential dangers.

Whether it is a high-temperature or low-temperature color glaze painted on porcelain or pottery, all of them are pigments composed of some toxic heavy metals and other compounds. For example, most of the red in the color glaze is a compound containing cadmium, and the creamy yellow contains oxidized Lead, emerald green with chromium oxide. When such enamel utensils are used to hold weakly acidic foods such as fruit juice, vinegar, and wine, the toxic heavy metals in the glazed flowers of colored enamel will be dissolved and enter the human body with the food, causing damage to the body and even causing chronic poisoning. Cadmium poisoning can cause Lung, bone damage; lead poisoning will produce anemia, neurasthenia, bone marrow hyperplasia suppressed embolism. Therefore, for polychrome porcelain. Painted pottery and other tableware, especially tableware with painted glaze patterns on the inner wall of the vessel, must not be used.

5. Avoid boiling Chinese medicine in stainless steel or iron pot

Because traditional Chinese medicine contains a variety of alkaloids and various biochemical substances, especially under heating conditions, various chemical reactions will occur with stainless steel or iron, or the drug will fail, or even produce certain toxicity.

6. Avoid using odorous wood as a cutting board

The preferred wood for folk making cutting boards is ginkgo, saponin, birch and willow. And some woods such as ebony contain peculiar smell and toxic substances. Using it as a cutting board will not only pollute the dishes, but also easily cause vomiting, dizziness and abdominal pain.

7. Do not use bamboo chopsticks coated with paint or engraved

The paint on chopsticks not only contains lead, benzene and other chemicals, which are harmful to health, but also smells bad when heated, which affects appetite.

The carved bamboo chopsticks look beautiful, but they are easy to hide dirt, difficult to clean, breed bacteria, and even cause disease.

8. Avoid using all kinds of colored porcelain to hold condiments

The condiments are best served in glassware, and the colored porcelain contains lead and other carcinogens. With the aging and decay of the patterned porcelain, the "radon" in the pattern pigment will also pollute the food and be harmful to the human body.

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