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Food Safety For Children Quick and Easy Tips
Basic Overview Washing Hands The Three C’s to Food Safety
Wash Your Hands It is the first defense against food-borne illnesses Children under age 5 are most susceptible https:/.../newsletter/ newsletter_1002.html
Helping Children Wash Hands Use warm running water and soap Wash for seconds Rinse Dry with a paper towel Throw paper towel away in a garbage
The Three C’s to Cooking Cook It Clean It Cool It
Cook It Eggs…………………………..155°F Beef, Pork, Lamb, Veil………160°F Poultry…………………………170°F Seafood………………………..165°F Foods in the Microwave………165ºF
Additional Cooking Reference Contact The USDA’S Meat and Poultry Hotline Answer Questions: Proper food handling How to tell if food is safe to eat How to better understand food labels
Clean It Wash any utensils that touch raw meats Wash counters/surfaces after handling meats
Cool It Use shallow cooling pans- 3 inches deep or less Immediately place cooked foods into refrigerator after meals lancaster.unl.edu
Wash your hands!. Wash before: preparing food eating inserting or removing contacts AND after treating wounds or cuts.
FAMILY SAFESAFE Keeping your home hazard-free Food Storage.
Sanitation Rules: Always wash hands for a minimum of 20 seconds with hot soapy water.
Cooking Safety & Sanitation. Why Safety First? Over 5,000 deaths 76 million illnesses 325,000 hospitalizations From food borne illness each year!
© Food – a fact of life 2009 Food hygiene Foundation.
Prepared by Dr. Sally Soileau Nutrition Extension Agent LSU AgCenter Food Safety.
Safety and Sanitation CLASSROOM SAFETY PROCEDURES.
Foodborne Illness Can Cause More than a Stomach Ache!
Holiday Food Safety Basics for busy people ! Nueces County Risk Management.
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CA FOOD HANDLERS CERTIFICATION Separate yourself from the average worker.
The Hows and Whys of using a food thermometer when cooking burgers, chicken breasts, pork chops and sausage patties.
Kitchen Cleanliness and Safety Guidelines!. Wash counter tops, tables and other work surfaces before you begin cooking. You never know what was left there.
Food Safety at Christmas By Dr. Deryck D. Pattron, Ph.D. FDI, Ministry of Health, Trinidad, West Indies.
Nutrition and Wellness Entry task #1: (on your own paper) Turn in all measuring entry tasks What is foodborn illness? 2. How can it be prevented?
OPERATION RISK (Reducing the Incidence of Sick Kids)
Valorie Grant Walden University Environmental Health 8165 Dr. R. Thron Summer, 2012 Food safety practices to prevent E coli.
Wyoming Department of Agriculture Consumer Health Division
Review Questions Foods 2: Please copy the question and answer it as a group. Remember do not let other groups hear your answer. Each group that gets it.
Happy Hands By The Microwaves. Happy Hands UV Light Using UV Light to Detect Foreign Objects on Your Hands You may think of washing your hands as a simple.
SAFEGUARDING THE FAMILY’S HEALTH. Foodborne Illnesses Foodborne illnesses: disease transmitted by food Food contamination Contamination: substance that.
Cooking With Kids. Match your kids' skill levels with various tasks for safe kitchen fun. Here are some suggestions for age-specific tasks: Cooking Skills.
May 2003 Are you safe?. What should you do before you cook? How would you know if the ingredients are safe to use? Why should you wash your hands? Why.
1. Several customers were diagnosed with scombroid poisoning after eating mackerel at a local restaurant. How could this have been prevented ? A. Buy mackerel.
USDA (PPT. by J. Woodward Bingham). a. 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius) b. 41ºF (5ºC) c. I don't know; I've never measured it.
Unit 2.00 please get dry erase boards and markers ServSafe REVIEW TEST TODAY IN CLASS -12 at a time 1 st period: th period:
FOODS H267 REVIEW Second Semester. 2 Learning the Basics What you need to know before you cook! Know Your Kitchen –Appliances, Tools & Equipment How to.
©Learning ZoneXpress 1 by Jane Norman, CFCS. ©Learning ZoneXpress 2 Learning the Basics What you need to know before you cook! Know Your Kitchen –Work.
Kitchen Rules! Please follow these rules to have a fun as well as safe and sanitary lab! Thank you!! Please follow these rules to have a fun as well as.
HAWK CHEF CATERING LAB ORGANIZATION & MANAGEMENT.
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