24 Mar Here Are Some Huge Kitchen Myths Busted!
It’s true that the kitchen is the heart of every home- after all, we all love to eat, right? Of all the rooms in the house, the kitchen is undoubtedly the most important to keep clean, tidy and well organised, as a cluttered kitchen could prove to be detrimental to your cooking procedures. This means that it’s completely understandable for you to want to install a kitchen of your dream- which is exactly where PS Contracts come in!
We offer a huge range of kitchens, and we’re always fully confident in our ability to provide you with the perfect setup for your home. Through the use of the best materials around and working with the best suppliers in the UK, we provide a standard of kitchen that’s sure to make any home sparkle!
But having said that, some people are still hindered by common kitchen myths, which ultimately mean that their kitchen doesn’t run as effectively as it can. We thought we’d put together a short blog to bust some of these myths once and for all:
- A big myth surrounding the kitchen is to do with bread, and it seems that you’ll always find people arguing over which is the best way to store bread. It stands to reason that keeping something in the fridge will keep an item of food fresh for longer, and so people naturally believe that this rule includes bread. However, it’s been proven that bread doesn’t stay fresher in the fridge, and that keeping it at anything other than room temperature will cause it to go stale.
- Sometimes you might go to a friend’s house and realise that they don’t have a microwave in their kitchen- and most of the time this will be due to their belief that microwave cooking destroys the nutrients of their food. This myth is nothing short of ridiculous, as microwave cooking actually helps to preserve these nutrients! Because this is a quicker cooking method at a high temperature, you’ll find that those precious nutrients have no time to escape!
- Other people will refuse to use wooden chopping boards, firm in the belief that they cling on to dangerous bacteria. However, it’s important for homeowners to realise that chopping boards do no such thing and, as with every other utensil in the kitchen, will just require a good wash with hot soapy water after use.
Here at PS Contracts, we provide the best kitchens you’re ever likely to find, so please get in touch if you’re interested in transforming your cooking space!