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Smelly-food-in-microwave, sure, you can absolutely have a policy against heating up strong-smelling food in the office microwave, and plenty of offices do. you want to make sure, of course, that your policy isn't unfairly .... First, don’t reheat steak in the microwave anyway! second, if you do reheat it (or worse, use a stove at your office), your co-workers will be overpowered with the smell of mouthwatering meat or ..., put some water in it and mix it well. then heat it up for three to five minutes. the steam coming from the container should deodorize your microwave oven. for better results, wipe the oven with the steamed water. if this does not help in getting rid of burnt smell, try the next method. using white vinegar. some people say that white vinegar ....

A reader writes: we have an employee at work who has been bringing in some pungent food and heating it up in the microwave oven. i have received a complaint or two about the smell, and a number of vendors who’ve come to our office have commented on the smell as well., add about a ½ cup of water to a safe microwave bowl. stir in 4 teaspoons of vanilla extract and microwave on high until boiling. let the bowl and steam sit inside the microwave for at least 30 minutes. open microwave and wipe clean. 4. baking soda odor remover. to get rid of that burnt food smell, mix five teaspoons of baking soda and about a ....

With today’s tough times, eating out is a luxury that you might only be able to afford once in a while. unless you have access to an expense account (or are independently wealthy), the best option is to bring a packed lunch from home. however, there are do’s and don’ts of bringing food to the office. rule number 1: don’t bring stinky foods., warm up vanilla extract instead of coffee to create a sweeter smell. heat a mixture of 4 teaspoons (20 ml) of vanilla extract and 2 cups (0.47 l) of water for at least 2 minutes, or until it’s boiling and creating steam. don’t take the bowl out right away—while the mixture is still hot, let the steam spread throughout the microwave to ....

Wipe out the food spots and stop inner microwave stains by wiping down the area. dishes like soups will splatter when you heat them up. try covering the food to avoid this, or clean the microwave when your food is the culprit of a mess. not only do food spots spoil your coworkers’ lunch experience, they also can attract bugs.

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