Learn about the use of kitchen appliances

- Apr 25, 2018-

  Refrigerator

  The cold air in the refrigerator flows from above to below. In order to avoid food odors, the cooked food should be placed on the top shelf of the storage compartment, and the raw foods should be placed on the bottom layer. Vegetables that easily lose moisture should be wrapped in a plastic storage box. All the food in the refrigerator will evaporate. If it is not sealed or cleaned in time, it will give off an unpleasant smell for a long time, so be sure to keep the refrigerator clean and hygienic.

  Range hood

  Range hoods do not have complicated operating procedures, and their work is the dirtiest and most exhausting, so always pay attention to its changes.

  Remember: When cooking a cooker hood, remember to keep the pan from boiling so as not to allow the flame to enter the flue and cause a fire. Hoods should be cleaned and wiped regularly, otherwise excessive oil will affect the rotation of the impeller.

  Microwave oven

  The microwave oven is a very convenient and quick kitchen appliance, but the microwave oven is particularly discerning about the tableware used for heating, and the microwave-dedicated tableware is used. Stainless steel, aluminum, and other metal products, as well as gold tableware decorated with gold patterns, must not be placed in microwave ovens. Dangers may occur.

  Some porcelain dishes are not labeled. To find out whether they can be used in a microwave, you can put some water in the dishes and heat it in the microwave for 1 minute. If the water is hot and the dishes are not hot, it means that it can be used in a microwave oven.