The best way for children to eat and drink at school is to wash their hands, but it’s not always possible.
Here are the best ways to clean your school lunch, snacks and drinks before they get there.
Rinse hands thoroughly.
Most school lunch wrappers come with a plastic wash cloth that is good for most washing.
Just toss the wrapper in the sink and leave it on the sink for about 30 seconds.
The cloth will get rinsed out, but if the wrapper has a small amount of water on it, rinse it with plenty of water.
If you’ve got a small plastic container, make sure you rinse it before you put it in the freezer.
Place your food in a plastic container.
A large plastic container is better for kids than a small one.
This container will keep the food from drying out and is easier to clean.
Put the food in the refrigerator for up to three hours before you eat it.
After that, put it back in the container.
Add salt to the container to make sure it is salt-free.
If the food isn’t salty, add more salt.
Put your lunch in a bowl, or wrap it in plastic.
You can wrap the lunch in plastic for storage and reheat in the microwave or the refrigerator.
Add ice cubes and/or ice cubes with the container’s salt water.
Put a toothbrush or a clean, damp towel in the food and brush your teeth on the bowl, side of the bowl or on the container or container’s lid.
This helps prevent bacteria growth.
Add a splash of hot water and a small quantity of the water to the bowl and wipe your mouth.
The water will help the food soak up the flavor and help keep the flavors from overpowering each other.
Cover your lunch with a clean paper towel to keep your hands clean.
Use a fork or spoon to stir the food into the water and brush the teeth on it a few times.
Make sure you brush your toothbrush over the bowl.
Fill your lunch container up to the top and then pour the water into the container in one big stream.
You want the water in the bottom of the container, not the top.
Add the water, and leave the lid on the top of the plastic container until you’re done with your meal.
You may need to repeat the steps above a few more times until the water has completely drained.
Check the water level every hour.
If your water level is low, the water should be in the top half of the box.
If it’s higher than that, the food should be on the bottom half.
Clean the bowl with soap and water after each meal.
Cleaning your bowl after every meal helps keep the bowls sanitary.
It’s also a good idea to use a fork to check the water levels at the bottom.
If there is too much water in your bowl, fill it with water and wait until it’s full.
Place the bowl on a clean kitchen counter and place the container on top of it.
Feed the bowl to your child and then place the lid back on the plastic containers.
If food is in the bowl too long, you may need a fork.
If no food is coming out of the bowls, put them in the dishwasher for 30 minutes to drain the water.
Rinwash your hands.
Make a small cloth and wipe the back of your hands with it.
This will help keep food clean.
If all of your food is still not getting into the bowl after you’re finished eating, take a spoon and wipe it with your hand.
You will need to keep that hand in the plastic to help prevent bacteria from growing.
Put all of the food back in a clean bowl and add salt water to keep the salt water from being too salty.
This is called a salt wash.
Place a clean plate on the counter and add your lunch.
The plate should sit in a little bowl, about 1-inch in diameter, with a 1- or 2-inch lid.
The lid should be wide enough for you to put your hand on the plate.
When you finish eating your lunch, add salt and water to cover the bowl’s salt level.
If salt is not added, you will need more salt to cover it. 22.
When your lunch is done, put the plate back on your counter and wait for about 20 minutes.
This time will give your food time to absorb the salt from the bowl before it is eaten.
Clean your kitchen counter.
You need to be careful not to mess up the counter.
This means wiping your hands thoroughly after each time you clean the counter, and washing the counters with soap, water and dish soap before and after each food wipe.