Shots from the distribution!
Learn a delicious recipe and some food safety tips to help make your kitchen experience, safe and enjoyable!
USDA: Regulates meat, poultry and processed egg products
FDA: Regulates all other foods
-foodNet surveillance network
-Investigates farms and processing facilities
-Sample collection and testing
-Leafy Greens, Potatoes, Sprouts
Source: Science in the Modern World- Food Safety, Professor Middleton
- Wash your hands often.
- Disinfect dishes, cutting boards and counters with hot, soapy water after preparing each food item.
- Clean fresh produce.
- Use special precautions for raw meat, poultry, and seafood.
- Marinate food in refrigerator, not the counter.
- Refrigerate leftovers within two hours of cooking.
As it turns out, what we’ve always been told about rinsing fruits and veggies under water prior to eating to clean them has now been scientifically proven to be the best, most recommended method of cleaning produce, check it out!
Here’s a photo of the link officially being posted on the SUNY Purchase facebook page in order to reach the blog to the Purchase community
No charts today, sorry. Today’s order of business is holding down water.