Summer food safety: containers make a difference
Popping popcorn in a paper bag in the microwave: it seems like a bright idea, until the bag catches fire. How about using a metal garbage can as a barbecue grill? Soon you and your guests could be choking on its toxic fumes.
When you think about kitchen safety, choosing food-safe containers is not at the top of most people’s minds. But just because a container looks suitable for cooking or storing food doesn’t mean it is safe, University of Illinois Extension nutrition and wellness educator Drusilla Banks said.
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