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1 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 1 Section 29.1 Kitchen Organization and Safety Section 29.2 Food Sanitation and Safety Chapter 29 Chapter Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 29

2 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 2 Section 29.1 Kitchen Organization and Safety Kitchens are organized around major appliances and specific tasks. There are simple guidelines to help prevent kitchen accidents.

3 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 3 Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary major appliance work center work triangle range bare

4 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 4 Kitchen Equipment and Organization Kitchens need to be properly equipped and organized in order to work efficiently and safely. Basic equipment includes major and small appliances and utensils such as knives.

5 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 5 Kitchen Equipment and Organization Organizing the kitchen involves having work centers devoted to certain tasks arranged in a work triangle. work center An area devoted to a certain type of task. work triangle In a kitchen, the imaginary lines connecting the three work centers, which are storage, cooking, and cleanup

6 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 6 Kitchen Accident Prevention Accidents in the kitchen can be prevented if you follow safety rules consistently. Basic safety rules can prevent cuts, burns, falls, fires, electric shocks, poisoning, and other serious injuries.

7 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 7 There are safety guidelines everyone should follow to help prevent foodborne illness. It is important to know and follow basic food storage procedures. Section 29.2 Food Sanitation and Safety

8 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 8 Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary foodborne illness cross-contamination danger zo0ne rotation freezer burn contact transfer

9 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 9 Preventing Foodborne Illness Some basic precautions must be taken when preparing food in order to prevent foodborne illness. Most foodborne illnesses are caused by harmful bacteria. foodborne illness A sickness caused by eating food that contains a contaminant, or harmful substance.

10 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 10 Preventing Foodborne Illness Three basic guidelines for preventing foodborne illness are to practice cleanliness, avoid cross- contamination, and control the temperature of food. Thaw foods safely, whether in the refrigerator, cold water, or microwave. cross-contamination The spreading of harmful bacteria from one food to another food.

11 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 11 Preventing Foodborne Illness Proper cooking and serving ensures that food is safe. Prevent bacteria from spreading by keeping sponges clean, washing everything carefully, and wiping tops of cans before opening.

12 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 12 Store Food Safely Store food properly to keep it safe and to save money. Use older items before newer ones. Follow proper procedures for the main types of food storage: refrigerator, freezer, and dry storage

13 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 13 Store Food Safely Refrigerator temperatures should be between 32°F and 40°F. Freezer temperatures should be 0°F or below. Dry storage should be kept below 85F.

14 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 14 Chapter Summary Section 29.1 Kitchens are organized around major appliances. Before purchasing small appliances or utensils, consider whether you really need them. Kitchens with an efficient work triangle and well- organized work centers are easier to use. Following safety precautions can help prevent kitchen accidents and injuries such as cuts, burns, fires, and electric shocks. Kitchen Organization and Safety

15 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 15 Chapter Summary Section 29.2 You can prevent foodborne illness by practicing cleanliness, avoiding cross-contamination, and carefully controlling food temperatures. It is very important to learn proper techniques for thawing, cooking, storing, and serving food. Food Sanitation and Safety

16 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 16 Chapter Summary Section 29.2 The three types of food storage areas are the refrigerator, freezer, and dry storage. Use the first in, first out principle to help prevent waste and spoilage. Food Sanitation and Safety

17 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 17 Review Start Do you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions. The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions.

18 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 18 major appliance aparato electrodoméstico A large tool or piece of equipment. Una herramienta o equipo grande. Show Definition

19 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 19 work center centro de trabajo An area devoted to a certain type of task. Un área dedicada a cierto tipo de tarea. Show Definition

20 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 20 work triangle triángulo de trabajo In a kitchen, the imaginary lines connecting the three work centers, which are storage, cooking, and cleanup. En una cocina, las líneas imaginarias que conectan tres centros de trabajo que son almacenamiento, cocina y limpieza. Show Definition

21 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 21 foodborne illness enfermedad transmitida por los alimentos A sickness caused by eating food that contains a contaminant, or harmful substance. Una enfermedad causada al comer un alimento que contiene un contaminante o una sustancia dañina. Show Definition

22 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 22 cross-contamination contaminación cruzada The spreading of harmful bacteria from one food to another food. La propagación de bacterias perjudiciales de un alimento a otro. Show Definition

23 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 23 danger zone zona de peligro Temperatures between 40°F (4°C) and 140°F (60°C) that allow bacteria to grow to dangerous levels most rapidly. Temperaturas entre los 4°C (40°F) y los 60°C (140°F) que permiten que las bacterias crezcan rápidamente a niveles peligrosos. Show Definition

24 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 24 rotation rotación Storage system that ensures that older supplies are used before newer ones. Sistema de almacenamiento que asegura que los suministros más viejos se usen antes que los nuevos. Show Definition

25 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 25 freezer burnquemadura de congelación A condition caused by moisture loss due to improper or inadequate packaging of food before freezing. Deshidratación causada por congelar alimentos mal empacados. Show Definition

26 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 26 range estufa A cooking stove.Una estufa para cocinar. Show Definition

27 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 27 bare esencial Minimum or without extra. Lo mínimo o sin algo extra. Show Definition

28 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 28 contact contacto Touch or connection.Conexión o tacto. Show Definition

29 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 29 transfer traspasar Move or convey.traspasar Show Definition

30 Glencoe Managing Life Skills Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food Chapter 29 Safe Kitchen, Safe Food 30 End of Chapter 1 The Amazing World of Food End Of Chapter 29


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