By Tyler Chapman and Cole Fuller
How to prevent accidents in the kitchen
2. Stay away from hard, smooth, chunky food that can clog airways and cause choking.
3. To prevent cuts keep fingers in and knuckles out when slicing food.
4. To prevent burns turn pot handles toward the back or center of the stove.
5. Make sure hands, utensils, and surface area is clean to prevent poisoning.
Food Bourne Illnesses
There are multiple ways to thaw food. One way is to wrap it in a watertight plastic bag and submerge it in cold water. Another way is to stick frozen food in the refrigerator until it thaws out. The last way is the defrost setting on a microwave.