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Worried about microscopic bugs trying to invade your kitchen space? These tips will keep things spic-and-span
Always wash, disinfect and dry your cutting board thoroughly between uses
Bacteria that can lead to illnesses lurk in many different places in the kitchen, including in reusable grocery bags (especially if they are used to carry raw meat) and on dish sponges, dishcloths, refrigerator shelves and cutting boards.
That’s why it’s important to thoroughly clean all of these areas.
Originally published in Wellness Matters, Canada Wide Media’s quarterly newsletter on health and wellness.