The Rock Shared His Pre-Workout Meal and He Made a Major Cooking Mistake
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From men's health
The Rock is known for its jealous Sunday cheat meals. He recently decided to share a video of his Sunday lunch before training, rather than the usual sushi plates and pancake piles.
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"It's a good sunrise sound at 5:30 in the morning. Music in my ears. Enjoy your Sunday, my friends #buffalo #preworkout #nomnom," he wrote.
The choice of buffalo meat in the skirt sparked a lot of discussion in the comment section, as people found it an unusual choice for an early morning meal. However, a fan pointed out a big mistake in the star's cooking technology.
"Boy, better stop using this metal fork in this pan," they wrote.
"Right? I was horrified," agreed a fan. "That was the first thing I thought," said another.
Depending on the coating of your pan, metal utensils such as forks can scratch non-stick pans. For example, Calphalon says you can use metal on its surface - but only with certain types of utensils.
Calphalon pans are "safe for use with metal spatulas, spoons and whisks, as well as nylon, silicone, coated or wooden utensils. Do not use any other type of metal utensil, utensil or sharp instrument to cut, chop, mix or release food Non-stick pan, such use can damage the non-stick surface and void the warranty, "the company said.
According to Good Housekeeping, the use of metal utensils on coated pans resulted in flaking and flaking that could release toxic compounds. The best way to avoid scratches is to use wooden or plastic utensils and avoid steel wool pads.
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