As Florida prepares to begin its second season of hurricane season, many are already thinking of what to wear in case of a storm.
While you’re at it, here’s what to avoid in case it happens.
Chili seasoning One of the best ways to avoid tropical storm seasons is to avoid chili seasoning.
If you’ve been planning ahead and haven’t tried it yet, now’s the time to start.
Chili seasoning, or chile oil, is a thick layer of chili powder that can be used to make chili, sausage, and other meats.
However, if you don’t have a grill and can’t afford the cost of a grill, it’s best to avoid it.
“Chili oil is a great way to protect yourself from the sun and other harmful heat,” said Amy Richey, a certified natural food and natural health counselor and certified home health educator.
It’s a good way to prepare yourself for tropical storms, as well.
You can cook in the sun, on a hot stove, or on a slow cooker.
It’s best for eating on the weekend, when temperatures can get as high as 80 degrees.
For a quick snack, you can eat on the beach or in the shade.
You’ll have to make your own chili oil.
Cooked in the oven, it is not as easy to keep.
There’s no pan to flip the heat off of the grill, so you’ll have an oil that is less sticky than an oil-based chile paste.
For this reason, it can take up to four days for the oil to fully develop and be ready to use.
Richex also recommends using a stovetop and oven as the safest way to cook in Florida.
“It’s not a recipe for disaster,” she said.
“You can keep it at room temperature, but you’ll need to be prepared for it to burn.”
Dress warm to avoid freezing or burning out In warmer weather, it may be easier to keep things warm in your home, Richeys said.
However, if there is a chance that your home could be flooded, you may want to consider going to the beach for a break.
This is particularly true in Florida’s winter, where there is more ice and the cold air is more potent than in summer.
If the water is deep enough to enter your home and cause damage, the best thing to do is to get a shelter to stay inside, Racheys said, but don’t go swimming unless you have a boat.
Heatproofing the inside of your home will help keep it cool when the temperature is warmer.
It is best to put insulation on the outside of your house, where the cold can freeze the skin, Risca said.
This will help to keep you warm during the winter.
Heatproofing is best for people with allergies, or people who can’t wear a hat.
Heatpiping the outside will keep the air circulating and the temperature of the outside cooler.
Avoid heat lamps, as these can burn your skin if they are lit too close to the fire.
Instead, you should put them out when you’re not working, Rice said.
You don’t want to heat your home when you are not using them, so use them to heat up food.
If they are not hot enough, you won’t be able to heat things up as much.
Heat lamps can also cause burns, Rices said.
Keep them away from children.
They can be harmful for pets.