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Do you wash your plates, pots and pans after cooking?


Do you leave them in the sink, carry on your meals with your family and settle the dirty dishes later?

 

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Sam Little (lorddraven2000) says

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    peachy (peachpurple) 3 years ago

    @LORD

    True enough.

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    peachy (peachpurple) 3 years ago

    @aminah

    I always wash the plates, pots and pans before i sit down to have dinner. Usually the last one to eat.


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    peachy (peachpurple) 3 years ago

    @anselome

    Depends on how you do it. After i had cooked the meal and put them on the table, i will call my kids and hubby to eat. They will eat without me. I will do the washing and then have dinner later. I don't like to see my sink pile up with pot


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    peachy (peachpurple) 3 years ago

    @shark

    Good idea. I wash the dirty plates when the meal need simmering too. However, i never leave those plates in the sink until the next morning because the wet kitchen is always full of unexpected visitors; rats , house lizards and cockroaches.

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    peachy (peachpurple) 3 years ago

    @jay

    Joker ! Yeah, use the plastic fork, plates?

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    peachy (peachpurple) 3 years ago

    @stitch

    Thanks for your comments. Me too, i would clean the cutting board and utensil right away unless i am late for dinner. Great idea to soak the pots in the sink. I will do that too.

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    peachy (peachpurple) 3 years ago

    @agap

    Makes lots of sense. Not a bad idea after all.

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    peachy (peachpurple) 3 years ago

    @stan

    makes sense. Now, i try to eat with my family while the dirty plates sit in the sink!

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    peachy (peachpurple) 3 years ago

    @tod

    yeah, neither do i but no one is going to do the dirty job. Got to do it , otherwise invite the house lizards to lick them !

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