Swapping GFCI for a regular appliance outlet
I am installing a drawer microwave in our kitchen island and there are 2 outlets that need to be removed and replaced with a single outlet inside the cabinet. The first outlet is a GFCI and it feeds a 2nd outlet. I need to take both of these out and put a single outlet inside the cabinetry at the upper left corner behind the microwave. I have done simple wiring jobs in the past (lighting and replacing outlets), but I don't know how a GFCI's wiring differs from a standard outlet. I am quite sure I don't want to have a GFCI outlet trip inside the cabinet and have to pull out the microwave to reset it! What considerations do I need to make?