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Learn how to clean burned food from pot. In this video we test drive a tip we got to see if it really works!
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So, as you can see with the dirt today, I am with the kitchen and I am going to check if I can truly clean this pot after I am going to burn food, but of course, I have no idea how to cook.
So, we begin with the cooking so easy just do like this and of course, let us cook with some rice. Break the rice. You can buy them now it is like the white gold. Put the rice and then you put some oil. And, I will assume it is clean. Remember, this is the cooking pot or the very pot not the clean one. As you can see, it is getting burned. So, we try to check if it is really getting burned.
So, it is okay it is getting burned. Yes, my colleague would burn in his kitchen. He is a little worried, he is very worried after—it is not my kitchen. Do you smell it? As you can see, we are burning this thing out. Yes, I think that is enough.
So, after we clean the stove, is it lovely, it is still hot. So, we have a lot of burn. Now, what we are going to do, first of all—first step is throwing the good stuff. So, are you kidding me? Okay you need to see this one.
Our next lesson is going to be how to clean the garbage. [Laughs] How to clean the garbage by disposing it, good example, very modern. Okay so first of all you try to remove as much burned stuff as you can. And now, it is removed already and now with out getting the burnt.
Okay, so we have the burn, we have the hard stuff and now let us go to the thing. First of all, we need to light, heat again. Add water, yes.
So, if you add cold water to a hot pot, which is already on the fire. And, watch yourself it will jump back at you and know we have baking soda. We place the burned pot on the fire, we add some water, we the add baking soda and now we need just to wait until it will boil again and as you can see it start to bubble a little bit. It is a nice set of white stuff. The change of the color it is smelly this is nice actually it is called rice ala soda, smoke on the water. [Laughs] Okay, nice we got some real nice black water with the residue, whatever.
That was a good tip so we have still have soda burned the rice here so we hold the tip, there—I do not know. I am sorry guys, but as far as I can do, this keep does not work. So, and maybe it is because you know, I do not know how to cook. I burn food or just because I have no idea how to follow simple tips.