Kind of an embarrassing question, but one I'm sure others could benefit from getting answered as well. I love to cook- particularly stir fry with plenty of garlic and onions. As captain obvious, I noticed that the clothes I was cooking in would inevitably carry the aroma of onions and garlic for days after- so I'm very careful now to only wear clothing that I don't plan on wearing out whilst cooking. However, I'm finding that everything smells now, even clothes kept in a different room with the door closed. My coat, my work clothing, my pajamas...any ideas? Open a window? Exhaust fan maybe? Just accept that I smell like food?
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