Many families find themselves indulging in the time-honoured custom of cooking festive meals in the kitchen, which is the centre of their homes, as the holiday season draws near.
Let’s explore this perplexing illusion and learn about the potential hazards that could be present in your holiday food preparation.
Find The Seven Kitchen Hazards In This Optical Illusion
The Knowledge Academy’s puzzle aims to increase awareness of the risks in your kitchen during the holiday season. According to its creators, thinking about the risks is intended to raise awareness of “how easily kitchen dangers can be overlooked.” They also mentioned that when there’s a lot of tension and little time, this can get worse during “the most stressful meal of the year”.
The puzzle takes 45 seconds to solve on average for a human. Meanwhile, according to the kitchen safety experts, one in four players give up after figuring out six out of the seven answers. When will you be able to identify the seven hazards?
Frequent practice of optical illusions like this improves your patience and cognitive function and may even come in handy in real life.
With garlands hanging over the windows and chairs, a turkey and other holiday delicacies on the table, and a Christmas tree in the corner, the brain teaser has a classic holiday theme.
Each element adds depth to the scene and creates a distraction to draw your attention away from the dangers. If you are having trouble finding them all, consider breaking the image up into fictitious sections and thoroughly inspecting each one separately. In case you are still having trouble, scroll down to find the solution.
Solution Is Revealed Here!
The water puddle on the floor in front of the sink, directly behind the Christmas tree, is the most noticeable hazard. Another dangerous feature is the sharp knife protruding from a bowl.
A flaming oven glove and a wobbly wine bottle that might topple over at any time can also be seen on the countertop, close to the steaming pan on the burner.
In the meantime, there are cabinets above the refrigerator, and a plant pot perches precariously on the edge of the cupboards. The same risk arises from a stack of plates on the table.
There’s an overflowing trash can with flies already swarming the lid next to the plates.
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