The cooking oils get into the air system

I’ve been cooking a lot more over the past few months than ever before. I decided during the pandemic that I would learn how to cook for myself if I couldn’t eat at restaurants. And now I’m happy about all the money that I saved not eating out all the time. It was getting fairly daunting to say the least. I would go out with people and they would constantly want to get food at restaurants that were far beyond my budget and what I could afford in my capacity. And this isn’t the easiest thing to do in the world when you’ve got a lot of responsibilities to juggle that all consume you financially and physically. So a large part that’s why I have wanted to just kind of move on with my habits and just continue cooking as much as possible. I have gotten a lot of recipes off the internet and have even downloaded a few cooking books as well. I had a few dates recently that involved cooking and it was fun. Now I’ve been cooking so much that I’ve noticed that the cooking oils are starting to get into the air and I’m seeing them stick to the air conditioner filter. It makes the filter itself sticky in the dust kind of clings to it as well. If you’re going to cook as much as I do, you’re going to need to change your air conditioner filter a lot more frequently than you would otherwise. This is a really important thing to remember when you’re going about getting filters for your air conditioner every month.


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