Is it germier to eat food that has fallen into the sink or on the floor?
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Your kitchen sink is one of the germiest places in your home, with about 18,000 bacteria per square inch. In comparison, the kitchen floor in front of the sink has, on average, 830 bacteria per square inch. Answer: The sink
Is it germier to skip cleaning your bbq or your toilet seat?
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The grill, including the preparation area around it, may have more than double the bacteria of the average toilet seat, according to a British survey. Food or utensils placed there could be contaminated by raw meat or animal feces from outdoor exposure. Use an ammonia-based cleaner to sanitize before each use. Answer: BBQ (Don’t make these grilling mistakes even seasoned cooks can fall for.)