Tomorrow is the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s important that we look at food safety before it becomes an issue.
The following rules should be observed:
- Washing your hands often- Hand washing is one of the best ways to prevent the spread of food borne illness.
- Keep raw food separate from cooked food- Either keep it cold or keep it hot.
- Use a food thermometer – Salmonella dies at 165 degrees
- Store leftovers in small portions in the fridge- Keep the fridge at 40°F degrees or below to keep bacteria from growing.
- Wipe down counters, cutting boards and utensils that have had raw meat on them
Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving
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