Eating aluminum foil
Eating aluminum foil is a tool made of flattened metal aluminum. It is mainly used for cooking in the kitchen, for food, food packaging, or for making simple and clean materials. Hundreds of thousands of tons of aluminum foil are used worldwide to protect and package food, cosmetics and chemicals. Most aluminum foil is shiny on one side and dull on the other. The aluminum foil paper used for food can be wrapped on both sides of the food. Generally, it is recommended to wrap it with a bright surface to improve the heat transfer effect.
Eating aluminum foil is usually used to carry food (such as: aluminum foil paper plates). When grilling, it is used to wrap bean sprouts, potatoes, sweet potatoes, etc. to prevent them from burning. Sometimes used for decoration. Modern aluminum foil paper is made of aluminum, and can also be used as aluminum electrodes for electrolysis. There are also hairdressers who perm the guests with aluminum foil. Some people also use aluminum foil to absorb the oil in the soup. Aluminum foil paper is also widely used for insulation, heat exchange, and as a conductor. Generally, the thickness of aluminum foil used in paper-packed beverage packaging and food packaging bags is only 6.5 microns. This thin layer of aluminum is waterproof, umami-resistant, germ-proof and stain-proof.