en.aazsante.fr

The Largest Portal Of Health And Quality Of Life.

10 Tips to get rid of the mess in the kitchen

10 Tips to get rid of the mess in the kitchen

Kitchen storage always stays in second, compared to other rooms in the house such as the bedrooms and the living room. To make matters worse, it is in it that fats and fry more easily accumulate. For this reason, the housekeeping and the hygiene of the kitchen are very important for the welfare of the whole family. Thinking about it, I've selected 10 basic rules that will make the kitchen a mess.

1-Take it, save it!

Leave it for later never good. End up using one thing before you start to make other very help at the time of housekeeping. If you pick up a pot of sugar, for example, you should take it back to the same place before you start using another ingredient.

2-Store with logic

The materials and utensils you use when cooking, such as the spice holder and the cookware, should be left near the stove. Do not store objects loose by the environment. Dishes and glasses, in turn, should be close to the table, just as the dishcloths should be at the side of the sink. Watch out! Do not leave pots under the sink, as this is the most moisture-prone environment, suitable for the formation of fungi and bacteria.

3- Nothing to store cutlery in the first sink drawer

The drawer closest to the sink must accommodate utensils used during the preparation of food, such as knives, spatulas and skimmers. When serving cutlery is placed in the cupboard next to the table, the cook is not interrupted while preparing the meal by people who are setting the table.

4-Everything in sight is liable to dirt

Fry and fat they scatter through the kitchen air and end up joining in the pollution, sticking to furniture and fixtures. Therefore, do not leave the cutlery to show that they are dirty and with accumulation of impurities.

5-After you organize the place, do not change the place utensils

After choosing the place of each utensil it is good to not forget to save them in the right places. There is nothing worse than the famous temporary place. This can take all the cooking upside down.

6- Preserve the room's circulation

Spread furniture and objects clutter the kitchen. Leave a good free space for the circulation of people in this room so visited. This makes the cook uninterrupted when preparing the meal, makes the environment more airy and pleasant, and leaves room for the whole family to participate in the meal.

7-Abuse of the cupboards

Place of dishes is in the closet. It is the place that most protects dishes and glasses from the fats and impurities of the kitchen. Distribute glasses at the top and plates at the bottom (since they are heavier).

8-Discard anything that is useless

Give unused pans, dishes, and glasses to the refrigerator. Storing many useless utensils in the closet is a waste of valuable kitchen space. In addition, looking for a long time a pot delays the meal and is a source of stress.

9- Also order the pantry

Separate the sweets from the salty ones by placing them on different shelves. And make them visible, as this will help in locating them, as well as avoid waste with products whose expiration ends only because they are hidden.

10-Group and store crockery by material

Put together pieces of pottery on a separate shelf. stainless steel parts, and so on. Thus, it is easier to find them when preparing the table.


Social pressure can lead to exacerbated consumerism

Social pressure can lead to exacerbated consumerism

We are far from the condition of perfection that society it charges us, and so we often find ourselves trapped in unreal concepts that divert us from the right path. This deviation leads us to the cultivation of unhealthy habits and to a level of quality of life very low, in which only what is transient has importance.

(Well-being)

People get healthier on weekends, study says

People get healthier on weekends, study says

A study conducted by researchers in the psychology department of the University of Rochester in the United States and published in the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology , showed the existence of a so-called "weekend effect" in people and found that their mood, vitality and mood increased between the end of Friday, The study followed the mood swings of adults aged 18-62 who worked at least 30 hours per week.

(Well-being)