Inside: The best way to prevent the Coronavirus and the number one way to prevent the spread of germs is to wash your hands. You’ll be surprised how many germs transfer from the items you touch to your hands before you wash them again.
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Inside: Germs and bacteria are lurking in the most unusual places in your kitchen. The kitchen sponge holds the most germs in your entire house, but do know where the second leading hiding spot for germs and bacteria is?
Inside: How often do you take your cell phone with you to the bathroom? Sure, it’s fun playing video games or texting your friend while you’re pooping, but by doing so, you can be jeopardizing your health.
Inside: A food thermometer is an essential kitchen gadget. Proper placement of your food thermometer will ensure the meats you cook are at their ideal internal temperatures, along with thermometer placement tips.
Inside: There should never be any shortcuts taken when defrosting meat. When you defrost meat you should always do so slowly and safely using these 3 proven defrosting techniques.
Inside: As the late George Carlin said, our house is a place to put stuff. That’s great, but what happens when that stuff starts to take over 85% of your house?