Hot Pepper Burn Prevention
Prevention of a hot pepper burn includes:
- Reduce the use of hot peppers.
- Wear gloves when preparing hot peppers.
- Rinse your hands immediately after handling hot peppers.
- Rinse utensils immediately after preparing hot peppers.
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