Fried foods are delicious and easy to cook at home, but oil clean-up can have a less than pleasant outcome if you don’t dispose of it properly.
Pouring it down the drain – or any bit of plumbing – can have catastrophic effects not only on the plumbing at your own house but also down the pipeline when solidified grease accumulates in public wastewater systems, leading to clogs, overflows and other health and environmental hazards. Some of the most common home kitchen mistakes are pouring oil down the drain or sink, into a toilet, or even directly into the trash.
So how should you handle that hot grease after you finish frying up that yummy bacon? And just what do you do with that vat that yielded such crispy and delicious French fries?
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