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Using This Appliance To Cook Beans Can Cause Food Poisoning, Says Science

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Krissy Gasbarre of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 6: From the air fryer to the Instant Pot (with all its genius hacks), so many modern countertop appliances have made life in the kitchen a breeze. However, a report this week revealed that one classic and widely beloved appliance comes with a very specific danger that has rarely been discussed. Here's the easy way to avoid it.Slow cookers, like the Crockpot, have been convenient kitchen time-savers for decades. Think of stews, roasts, mulled wine, and desserts: It seems like there's nothing you can't throw in the slow cooker to let it cook all day and serve to smiles later. But Food Safety News offered an important caution this week: If you use your slow cooker for a bean dish like chili (and who doesn't?), there's an extremely important step you should take to help prevent food poisoning.Read on to learn how not to get food poisoning from cooking beans in your slow cooker.RELATED: 100 Unhealthiest Foods on the Planet

Using This Appliance To Cook Beans Can Cause Food Poisoning, Says Science

From the air fryer to the Instant Pot (with all its genius hacks), so many modern countertop appliances have made life in the kitchen a breeze. However, a report this week revealed that one classic and widely beloved appliance comes with a very specific danger that has rarely been discussed. Here's the easy way to avoid it.

Slow cookers, like the Crockpot, have been convenient kitchen time-savers for decades. Think of stews, roasts, mulled wine, and desserts: It seems like there's nothing you can't throw in the slow cooker to let it cook all day and serve to smiles later. But Food Safety News offered an important caution this week: If you use your slow cooker for a bean dish like chili (and who doesn't?), there's an extremely important step you should take to help prevent food poisoning.

Read on to learn how not to get food poisoning from cooking beans in your slow cooker.

RELATED: 100 Unhealthiest Foods on the Planet

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