Sign in
Download Opera News App



Cooking Recipes


Make your gas last longer by doing the following

In today's world, the gas stove is one of the most commonly used pieces of home equipment. It is highly recommended because it saves money and expedites the preparation of food. However, the majority of users express dissatisfaction with the gas's durability following filling. If you want to extend the life of your petrol, then follow these simple guidelines.


1. Keep an eye out for leaks:

One of the reasons gas does not last as long as it should is that it may have a leak in one or more areas.

Place your ear near the pipes and regulators and listen for hissing noises prior to turning on the gas. This will indicate if your gas is leaking.

2. Only use the blue flame:

If your gas is spewing orange or yellow flames, it is most likely wasting a lot of energy.

Remove any debris that may be clogging your burner and causing it to burn hotter than usual.

3. Avoid cooking in a blackened pot:

Any vessel colored black that is placed on the burner reduces the gas stove's heat conductivity.

Before you begin cooking, inspect your pots for sticky black marks.


4. Select the appropriate burner for the job.

Utilize a small burner to cook a large pot and a large burner to cook a small pot. To avoid gas waste, choose the suitable pot size for the appropriate burner.

A lot of gas is wasted when cooking on high heat.

5. Always cook on a low heat and don't worry about the amount of time you spend cooking.

Kindly leave your comments in the space below and subscribe to my site to receive future posts like this. We appreciate your time reading this.

Content created and supplied by: Michirafes (via Opera News )


Load app to read more comments