baguette. Cover them with a clean kitchen towel and let them
When hand injury occurs at work, hemostatic bandaging measures should be taken first. If you have a broken hand or limb, you should pick it up immediately, wrap it in a clean handkerchief, towel and cloth, and put it on a crack-free one. In a plastic bag or rubber bag, the mouth of the bag is tied tightly. Then put ice cream around the pocket to cool down. After the above treatment, the rescuers immediately sent the amputated limb to the hospital with the injured and asked the doctor to carry out replantation of the amputated limb. Never apply iodine, alcohol or other disinfectant on the amputated limb. This will make the tissue cells deteriorate, resulting in serious consequences that can not be replanted.
Step 5: Place the dough in a greased bowl, cover it with a clean kitchen towel, and let it rise in a warm place for about 1 to 1.5 hours, or until it doubles in size. This allows the yeast to ferment and create air pockets within the dough, resulting in a light and airy texture.
8. Place the rolled dough onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, leaving enough space between each baguette. Cover them with a clean kitchen towel and let them rise for another 30-40 minutes.
This activity is deeply loved by students and parents, and they actively participate in it. In order to complete their works, they were greatly inspired and cobbled together to create a lot of vivid works by using existing items at home, such as towels, brooms, mops, fruit plates, guitars, U-shaped pillows, and so on, as imitation props. Only one or two days after the release of the activity, the teacher received a large number of works, and some students even imitated many famous paintings.
Wash your hands frequently and master six-step washing techniques. Use soap or hand sanitizer, rinse with running water, and wipe hands with disposable paper towels or clean towels. Wash hands immediately after contact with respiratory secretions, do not use dirty hands to touch eyes, nose and mouth. Emphasis on hand washing should be given to children in the following situations: after entering the room outdoors, before eating, before and after going to the toilet, before and after contact with eyes and nose, after contact with stains, after coughing or sneezing, before and after taking off masks, after contact with public goods (such as elevator buttons, stair handrails, door handles, etc.), contact with animals, etc.