Karina’s Safety Cooking Tip!
Sometimes, it’s good to be a ‘cut above the rest.’ When it comes to the kitchen, however, this is not such a good idea! Let’s avoid children and pets from being hurt, by employing my handy safety cooking tip!
The kitchen is a hazardous place, alongside being one of the most important rooms in your house. The kitchen is filled with sharp knives and utensils, which can seriously harm yourself, your children, or your pets, in one swift motion! I think it’s time to ‘cut’ any knife-related safety instances out of the equation altogether, by being safe in the kitchen.
In the case where you will have your little apprentice chef learning how to cook in your kitchen, then all steps should be taken to ensure your little chef is safe. Try to avoid teaching children recipes involving continuous cutting because they are not ‘cut out’ to handle knives! They are little people and should be held away from danger. Kids and pets can easily cut themselves and can also distract you from your cooking, even creating a dangerous environment for yourself by accidentally tripping you while you are carrying knives and other dangerous kitchen utensils.
Sharp knives are actually safer than blunt knives because it takes less strength to cut through your food. Remember, a sharp knife is better than a blunt one 🙂
So, lets cut to it!
Don’t be a ‘cut above the rest!’