Tips for Food Safety
¨ Wash your hands with soap and warm running water before you handle food.
¨ Use hot, soapy water to clean cutting boards, knives and anything else that touches meat.
¨ Wash the counter top, cutting board or plate used for raw meats before using it again. Spray with a bleach mixture and rinse.
¨ Regularly wash dish cloths and towels with hot, soapy water.
¨ Thaw frozen foods in the fridge or microwave, not on the counter or "thaw" pads. Foods thawed in the microwave need to be cooked right away.
¨ Cook meat and poultry well. Juices run clear when well cooked.
¨ Cook fish until it flakes with a fork.
¨ Put leftovers in the fridge right away.
¨ Never reheat leftovers more than once.
¨ Throw away moldy foods such as bread and cheese. These are not safe to eat.
Enjoy eating foods that are health compliant by practicing the above safety tips.
scheng1 wrote on December 14, 2014, 3:03 AM
I prefer not to have any leftovers. I rather order enough food or cook enough for a meal.
chavangigeoffrey wrote on December 14, 2014, 3:37 AM
That is the right way forward in maintaining food safety rules. It will not only reduce loses but also ensure quality.