Many people think disposable chopsticks are sanitary and safe when eating out. But in order to reduce costs, some small workshops use inferior wood. To "whiten" the chopsticks, some illegal elements will be fumigated with sulfur and bleached. When you eat with these chopsticks, the remaining sulfur dioxide enters the body.
How to prevent "poisoning"? When you get disposable chopsticks, you should see whether the name, logo and contact information of the manufacturer are printed on the package. Those white-colored disposable chopsticks are not to be trusted; You can also smell the chopsticks. If you have sour sulfur, you'd better not use it. Don't soak the chopsticks in hot soup or porridge for long periods of time, as this will accelerate the decomposition of sulfur dioxide. Cold water can be used to clean the surface of chopsticks to reduce residual sulfur dioxide.