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Grilling is a beloved pastime for many, offering a unique flavor and an enjoyable cooking experience.  

One of the simplest yet most effective ways to prevent burns while grilling is to wear the right clothing and use protective gear. 

An apron made of heavy-duty material can provide an extra layer of protection. 

These tools allow you to handle food at a safe distance from the flames, reducing the risk of accidental burns. 

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Heat-resistant gloves are also a must-have, providing protection when moving hot grates, adjusting vents, or handling hot food. 

Always set up your grill on a flat, stable surface away from flammable objects such as trees, deck railings, and overhanging branches.  

Many grills come with sturdy legs or stands, but if yours doesn't, consider placing it on a non-slip mat to prevent it from moving.  

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