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post #2 of Old 03-01-2012
Zanshin
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The safety bar is for holding onto and potentially for clipping oneself on with a harness; some pundits recommend that the cook wears full foul-weather gear with a harness while cooking in heavy weather but I feel that when weather is that bad nobody wants to cook or eat. It is a good grab-bar and keeps the cook from hitting the stove as well, which might upset pots and cause burns.

I'd certainly keep it rather than remove it.


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