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Food SafetyHand held Blenders Appliances 1Appliances
1,2 Hand held blenders are Best for doing what? Recipes with 1-1/2 c. liquid and semi-solid foods
Row 1, Col 1 Food poisoning toxin that causes the worse symptoms Botulism
1,3 Which of the following is not a standard attachment to a stand mixer: paddle, spoon, dough hook, whisk spoon
1,4 What do the Underwriters laboratory tags on appliances certify? That they are electronically safe
2,1 This food poisoning organism is found in the following foods: eggs, chicken, unpasteurized milk Salmonella
2,2 The motion that should be used with a hand-held blender Up and down motion
2,3 If you smell a strong burning smell you can keep using the mixer as long as it doesnt feel hot. True or False? False
2,4 Why cant you run a microwave empty? It damages the inside of the oven
3,1 Which food poisoning organism does NOT cause vomiting or diarrhea? Botulism
3,2 Fondue pots are much hotter than Crock pots True or False? True
3,3 Which appliance uses Rock salt and ice cubes? Ice Cream Maker
3,4 How much liquid needs to be in a blender before you add ice? 1 cup
4,1 Which food poisoning organism Is called the cafeteria germ? Clostridium Perfringens
4,2 If dough is too thick to knead by Hand, then you should Use a food processor. True or False False
4,3 Type of food poisoning caused by consuming foods from dented or swollen cans, cracked jars Botulism
4,4 What do blenders do? Name three things Chops food, extracts liquid from food, blends liquid/solids together (like milkshakes)
5,1 First two rules of controlling food Poisoning: Keep foods ____ or ____. And the Third rule, is keep everything _______. Hot, cold, clean
5,2 Oil should be replaced in a deep Fryerwhen? When it Turns Brown
5,3 You can never open the lid to the Bread machine True or False? False
5,4 What can you use to sharpen A knife? Stone, electric sharpener (not another knife!)
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