Food-Safe Kitchens

Food-Safe Kitchens

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For secondary/college courses in Introduction to Cooking and Food Safety; also appropriate for Pre-Natal courses.Food-Safe Kitchens is the definitive book about food safety for the student and home cook. Entertaining and illuminating, this culmination of the latest information about everything from germs to coping with germ-related crises, features eight safe-food steps and is a useful reference work for any cooking/food preparation more

Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 162.1 x 228.1 x 11.4mm | 267.62g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • English
  • 0131125907
  • 9780131125902

Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Danger Zone Thermometer. I. FOOD-SAFE STEPS. Eight Food-Safe Steps.Wash Your Hands; Cleanliness 24/7.Before You Shop.To Market, To Market.Home Again, Home Again.Keep a Food Thermometer At-the-Ready.Avoid Cross Contamination.Serve the Food-Safe Way.Leftovers Can Be Dangerous.II. EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION. The Germs: Their Names, Type, and Cause of Illness, Common Foods Affected and the Prevention. That '24-Hour Flu'? It Might Be Something You Ate! Everything a Home Cook Should Know about Food Thermometers. Label Reading If You Have Food Allergies. What Is the Difference between a Food Allergy and a Foodborne Illness? Drinking Raw Juices Is Dangerous. New Education for Pregnant Women. Teaching Children Food Safety. Seniors' Food Safe Alert. Do You See What I See? III. HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALL YEAR. Food-Safe Entertaining. Turkey Day Talk. Holiday Foods. Transporting Food Out of Your Kitchen. Plan a Food-Safe Easter Egg Hunt. Dashboard Dining. Great Advice for an Enjoyable and Safe Picnic. Tips on Packing a Safe and Nutritious School Lunch. COPING WITH CRISES. What To Do If You or a Family Member Develops a Foodborne Illness. What To Do When the Refrigerator Goes Off. Other Kitchen Contaminants. V. WHEN YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE. Contact the Cooperative Extension Office in Your State. If You Want to Learn More about Food Safety. Careers Available in Food Safety. more