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You’ll Never Guess This Common BBQ Danger HealthyWomen Editors. 03 Jul 2015 Nutrition & Movement. THURSDAY, July 2, 2015 (HealthDay News) Before you bite into that grilled burger, you might want to ask the chef whether a rusty old grill brush was used to clean the barbecue.

Wire bristles from grill brushes can snap off, land on the grate. Barbecuing produces carbon monoxide (CO) which can be harmful and deadly. For this reason, never use a barbecue in any enclosed or partially enclosed area such as. 5. Never use petrol or paraffin on a gas barbecue – just use approved barbecue fuel.

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  • Pringles are good but I prefer the Lays Stax. Better tasting and crispier and cheaper than Pringles. My mom won’t touch them cause she won’t eat Fake chips. Yes they are fake. They are made with potato flakes. Both pringles and stax are made with the flakes mixed with other ingredients to make the “Dough” or chip.
    I like them cause they don’t have co2 in the bag taking up 50% of the bag. And not greasy.

  • Why boil in bag, when you just put those noodles in water? You are actually making one extra step by adding bag not saving time, which is what hacks are for….����‍♀️��

  • OTro video del que no conocía recomendaciones y tips para guisar, thanks a lot I ddin’t know about this information, I liked, hi from Mexico City

  • Puts bacon strips down.
    Aight cool. Look at all the bacon
    puts cheese down
    Oh yeah. Dump more of that
    entire corn. And wraps it up
    Yo. It’s still got the cob in it. AY YO IT’S STILL GOT THE COB ON IT!!

  • Late to the party but I bought that same brush except mine has a scraper and it’s garbage. I use a wire brush first and then run the coil brush over it after. Seems to work for me.

  • Great show. Karen your questions about housing Ford Ray the ones about the black owned banks with great. I especially love the question about financial literacy in the public education system awesome show thank you president Boston have a great day enjoy your show off as

  • If you smell a plume of propane lingering around your grill dont push the igniter. It’s just common sense. If you dont have any your probably going to burn your face of with charcoal as well.

  • eh they’re smol, id just kick em and roar at them in a low pitch.

    also, i have a german shepard and a big lab

    if there was a pack of them i would @!#$ myself though ;-;

    if that thing touched my month old puppy though i would beat it to a living pulp

  • 5:18
    Oh snap!
    I dont have griller for my bbq party-
    Welp,I have no choice but go to shoping mall and take a shoping cart.
    DeFeNaTlY nOtHiNg Is WrOnG wItH tHaT:)

  • a couple of days ago I was cleaning my Weber grill grate and I have to admit it needed it real bad. I was using a wire brush and it was cleaning pretty good until i noticed i had worn down the bristles. The majority of the bristles were on the ground where I was working. I will never use a wire brush again. So take care of your grates. I will clean my grate when I am done barbecuing and it is still hot.

  • I dont think anyways pointed out how she couldnt have smelt the propane. Propane has such a strong odor I cant imagine not being able to smell it. She probably did, but didnt know what it smelt, ignoring the fact.

  • I’ve changed half way. I still use the wire brush for the heavy work, but then I go back with the wound wire brush, and then…wipe everything down with an oiled rag. Inspect the rag, and get to grilling.

  • I’ve done this ✅ one time when I was with my dad, and we drove to the house �� we saw a coyote at the front yard, we were still in the car thought. Another time at night when I was sitting on the edge of the wall that holds the grass and dirt on the other side I saw a coyote walk across the sidewalk beyond the street. How did I survive you ask? I didn’t get up or walk and just watched the coyote pass.

  • Σε περίπτωση διαρροής δεν ανάψετε ούτε φώτα ούτε φωτιά την εστία ούτε κινητό τηλέφωνο ανοίγετε πόρτες και παράθυρα και βγάζετε με μεγάλη προσοχή την μπουκάλα του προπανιου έξω μέχρι να επισκευαζαστει το πρόβλημα της συσκευής του υγραερίου η έχει ξεχαστεί ανοικτή στην Ελλάδα γίνονται πολλά περιστατικά πυρκαγιάς και είδηκα σε ένα εστιατοριο στην Καλαμάτα πήγε η βλαμμένη η γυναίκα του ιδιοκτήτη του εστιατορίου να κάνει αλλαγή μπουκάλας προπανιου και δεν την έβαλε βιαστικά λες και έβαζε μικρό γκαζάκι με αποτέλεσμα να αναφλεγουν απ την διαρροή του προπανιου που είχε εξαπλωθεί σε όλη την κουζίνα του εστιατορίου και έκαψε τις 3 γυναίκες μαγειρησσες και διστυχως ήταν νεκρές γιατί το εστιατόριο δεν είχε μέτρα ασφαλείας οι φιάλες προπανιου πρέπει να εγκαταστουνται έξω στην υπεθρο η εγκατάσταση τους σε αυλές οι ταράτσες όχι μέσα στην κουζίνα του καταστήματος η εστιατορίου είναι επικίνδυνο γιατί υπάρχουν φωτιές πολλές στο μαγείρεμα και επισεις ούτε αισθητήρα καπνού δεν έχαν ούτε αυτόματη πυροσβεση ούτε ανιχνευτές εκρηκτικών αερίων που είναι υποχρεωτική η εγκατάσταση τους για σιγουριά και για την ασφάλεια του προσωπικού και του εστιατορίου ούτε συντήρηση στα μιχανηματα ούτε τίποτα για αυτό την πάτησαν στην Καλαμάτα το περιστατικό έγινε 3 φευρουαριου του 2019.

  • Great video, it hit really close to home for me. My wife had to have a procedure to remove a piece of metal from her throat. Never again!!

  • I published a video tonight in which I recounted my own experience with rogue bristles from my recent cook, and I mentioned your recent video above on the same topic and linked to it. This is scary stuff. Hoping the more YouTube guys who say something, the more BBQers will switch to something safer. It just isn’t worth the risk. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dP9gUnsGwQ

  • When the pilot light used to go out in a strong wind on our water heater, it turned off the gas as well. Maybe they can fit such a device to bbq’s?

  • It was pretty good until you got to the nest load and hot dogs bleck!!! Then more meat loaf cooked up with toxic aluminum! Perfect! Not!

  • My dog almost got killed bye a coyote but my dog ate it because it’s a jermen shepherd and I took a dolbermen dog to I have to gourd dogs I took em both for a walk just in case u no there’s a lot of bad people out there stay safe

  • I actually like using dog in some of these recipes. Here in China, the meat is readily available. Having been born and raised in Britian for 25 years, eating dog is something that had never even crossed my mind before, but it’s amazing what other cultures can introduce you too.

  • Any recipe that includes bacon & cheese will always be good enough for me! All of that looked delicious & easy to make. Thanks for sharing. ����

  • Excellent show! There were so many nuggets of information (breadcrumbs), I had to listen a second time. Thanks to you and Seena for bringing on President Bostic.

  • don’t buy cheap wire brushes, always inspect the brush. and always look at the grate make sure its clean. I like that brush you have there. I be going out and looking for one.

  • My wire brush resembles yours but also changed off due to a Consumer Reports story. https://www.consumerreports.org/food-safety/wire-grill-brush-danger/

  • Unfortunately the Black so-called elites in these positions have not been educated or cultured to advancing the interests of Black people in these roles. This man and his peers are a buffer class who simply advance their class interests within the framework and interests of the dominant white power structure. While he provides his “suggestions” for payday loan alternatives Black folks are becoming a permanent underclass in America. Playing at the margins of this system has not and will not help us emerge from our current condition. We need transformative change in our economic system that repairs the damage done to the African American community over centuries.

  • I cook a lot for the church that I attend…. at Easter time alone I had cooked and sold several Boston Butts to help raise money for the church…. And, I kid you not…. My Pastor who I see, as being very much OCD…. had just recently had seen somewhere where someone had gotten a bristle enlodged in their throat…. He asked me if I had heard anything of it…. I think that I was kinda like you were…. until now, watching your video…. I went outside and looked at my wire brush…. although it’s different from the one that you were referring to…. it has short bristles on it…. I will be changing up too now…. and Thanks for the heads up…. I couldn’t stand something like that to happen to someone who would eat from My BBQ….
    Thanks again My Friend…. ♨️����♨️

  • Excellent Public Service Announcement Ry. We always think it is going be “the other person”, or “that won’t happen to me”.

    I believe you would better served with a coiled brush that is more narrow than the brush you demo’d that allows more pressure to be applied to the grates.

  • Charcoal ftw! And I feel bad for her, but isn’t it common sense to wait if any propane or gas operated cooktop to wait till you re light it….

  • If all else fails place whatever you cant cook on bacon. Next step add 1/2lb cheese garlic and one cup of lard. Attempt to wrap the ends of the bacon over the cheese, if this fails like it does for me just add more bacon or go for pork belly if you dont mind a bit of extra oil:) Grill for an hour or whatever, it doesn’t matter, you only live once! Enjoy increasing our health care costs!

  • Great interview! What are the odds I (we) would get an opportunity to hear from an African American who is the head of a Federal Reserve Bank? This interview feels like a rare find in some local mom-and-pop book store.

  • Grease fires are a big problem too. Clean it or run the temp to 500 degrees and let the grease burn off. If you never done that I’d recommend cleaning first as theirs probably a lot grease in their that will ignite. 5 mins is rule of thumb (I never wait 5 mins, less if you know what your doing and it’s well ventilated) if it doesn’t light and propane is smelled or expelled. Keep lid open and doors open to let gas dissipate while venting or lighting (Doors open for ignition and venting good practice). I have a propane fire pit and a Weber Genesis. Also always shut the gas off at the bottle. Not sure why people get lazy there but with the regulator connected the valve on the bottle is always open unless it’s turned off at the tank (no hose connection if you turn the bottle on nothing will come out, all tanks have a safety they will only expel gas with a connection). The grill or fire pit unfortunately can be less trust worthy than the knob on the bottle, turn it off when not in use. Check for leaks spray hoses and regulator area with bottle on yearly soap and water and a spray bottle or bubbles for kids. If it foams or bubbles up anywhere you need to replace the part. Any cracks in the hose will also signify replacement (don’t buy cheap grills). The odor additive will wear out over time. I burn all my propane within a year. But I grill a lot and the propane fire pit will kill a 15lb bottle in 6-12 hours. I wouldn’t go much more than a year on a bottle.

    All good advice not really overkill either. One more thing during a tank exchange look at the fittings pick the bottle with the cleanest ones. They respray the bottles too. A tank only lasts 12 years before it could become a potential hazard. Plenty of old ones in circulation. Try to get a clean one. Their are indicators you’ll pick up on. I’ve rarely had an issue but I’ve had some quirky tanks. Always the older ones.

    When opening the valve on a propane tank turn it till it gets loose and you don’t feel resistance. If you turn it till it stops you will reduce the flow as the valve will begin to close in the opposite direction. When turning it off turn it till it stops. Snug not tight.

    Regulators and bottles do have a pressure release on connection you may feel or hear a hiss as the regulator is primed when connecting a bottle. This is normal. Just make sure your bottle is secure and stable.

    Can’t believe I just wrote all that about propane but it’s good advice ha!

  • This is common sense, just as you would air out a house with an gas odor, you need air out the excess gas before reigniting a grill.

  • The brass brushes never looked “right” to me, so 30 years ago I began using a paint scraper, and I’m still using the same one. If one of those bristles come out, you’re going to see it. And the scraper on the end works well on the sides of individual grates, too.