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Time & Temp. Hygiene. Cross- Contamination. Sanitation. “POT”- POURI. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. What is the TEMPERATURE DANGER ZONE?. A) 35 o F to 150 o F

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Time & Temp

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What is the TEMPERATURE DANGER ZONE?

A) 35 oF to 150 oF

B) 45 oF to 150 oF

C) 41 oF to 140 oF

D) 41 oF to 145 oF


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C) 41 oF to 140 oF


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What is the minimum internal cooking temperature for beef burgers?

  • 110°F (43°C) for 15 seconds

  • 130°F (55°C) for 15 seconds

  • 145°F (63°C) for 15 seconds

    D. 155°F (68°C) for 14 seconds



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Which of the following is not an approved method to “cool” cooked foods?

  • Using an Ice bath

  • Shallow pans in the cooler

  • On the counter at room temperature

    D. None of the above


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C. On the counter at room temperature “cool” cooked foods?


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What is the minimum internal cooking temperature for Turkey? “cool” cooked foods?

  • 120°F (49°C) for 15 seconds

  • 165°F (74°C) for 15 seconds

  • 155°F (68°C) for 15 seconds

    D. 130°F (55°C) for 15 seconds


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B. 165°F (74°C) for 15 seconds “cool” cooked foods?


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Which food item needs to be cooked to the highest temperature?

  • Beef steak

  • Chicken

  • Pork

    D. Hamburger


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B. Chicken temperature?


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True or false temperature?

Aprons may be used for wiping hands instead of single-use towels


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False temperature?


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Employees who wear disposable gloves should: temperature?

  • Avoid washing hands before putting on gloves

  • Wash their hands before putting on gloves

  • Wash off the gloves if they become soiled with food

    D. Apply hand lotion before putting on gloves



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How often shall handwashing be done by employees? temperature?

  • Once during each shift

  • Only after using the bathroom

  • If gloves are used, handwashing is not required

    D. Before starting any food preparation activity, and at any time when hands may have become contaminated


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D. Before starting any food preparation activity, and at any time when hands may have become contaminated


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True or False any time when hands may have become contaminated

Wearing gloves means you do not have to wash your hands


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False any time when hands may have become contaminated


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When would it be best to wear disposable gloves? any time when hands may have become contaminated

  • When assembling sandwiches

  • While peeling potatoes

  • While scrubbing pots

    D. While pouring drinks


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A. While assembling sandwiches any time when hands may have become contaminated


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What is the proper placement of raw chicken in the cooler? any time when hands may have become contaminated

  • Above cooked foods

  • Above raw vegetables

  • Below all ready-to-eat foods including raw vegetables, cooked foods, and foods that require no further preparation

    D. On top shelf


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C. any time when hands may have become contaminatedBelow all ready-to-eat foods including raw vegetables, cooked foods, and foods that require no further preparation


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What is Cross-contamination? any time when hands may have become contaminated

  • The main cleaning method for all food-contact surfaces that have been contaminated

  • The transfer of harmful substances or microorganisms to food from food or from a non-food contact surface, such as equipment, utensils, or hands.

  • The removal of certain bacteria from food by cooking it thoroughly

    D. The prevention of food-borne illnesses


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B. The transfer of harmful substances of microorganisms to food from food or from a non-food contact surface, such as equipment, utensils, or hands


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What is the best way to thaw frozen chicken? food from food or from a non-food contact surface, such as equipment, utensils, or hands

  • On the counter at room temperature

  • On the bottom shelf of the refrigerator

  • In the preparation sink in standing warm water

    D. In a mop sink


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B. On the bottom shelf of the refrigerator food from food or from a non-food contact surface, such as equipment, utensils, or hands


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What is the proper location to store food? food from food or from a non-food contact surface, such as equipment, utensils, or hands

  • In the restrooms

  • In designated food storage areas

  • With the cleaning and chemical supplies

    D. Under unprotected sewer lines


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B. In designated food storage areas food from food or from a non-food contact surface, such as equipment, utensils, or hands


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True or False food from food or from a non-food contact surface, such as equipment, utensils, or hands

All spray bottles need to be labeled with common name of contents


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True food from food or from a non-food contact surface, such as equipment, utensils, or hands


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True or False food from food or from a non-food contact surface, such as equipment, utensils, or hands

Use chemical test strips to regularly test sanitizer strength in wiping cloth buckets and dishwashing facilities


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True food from food or from a non-food contact surface, such as equipment, utensils, or hands


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How often does the sanitizer concentration need to be tested in wiping cloth buckets, dish machines, and 3-compartment sinks?

  • Each shift

  • Daily

  • Weekly

    D. Monthly


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A. Each shift in wiping cloth buckets, dish machines, and 3-compartment sinks?


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What is the correct order in setting up the 3 compartment sink?

  • Wash, Rinse, Santize

  • Sanitize, Wash, Rinse

  • Wash, Sanitize, Rinse

    D. None of the above



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Which of the following are allowed to be used as a sanitizer?

  • Quat sanitizer

  • Chlorine

  • Iodine

    D. All of the above



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True or False sanitizer?

Use chemical test strips to regularly test sanitizer strength in wiping cloth buckets and dishwashing facilities


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True sanitizer?


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Food borne illnesses are diseases that are: sanitizer?

  • Carried or transmitted to people by food

    B. Caused by overeating

  • Cured by proper eating habits

    D. Transmitted to kitchen employees only



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When a shipment of food arrives, employees should: sanitizer?

  • Put everything away and inspect it later

    B. Inspect only the potentially hazardous foods

  • Inspect all foods right away before storing them

    D. Stack it neatly on the dock and inspect it within 12 hours



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Moist, high-protein foods on which bacteria can grow most easily are classified as:

  • Potentially hazardous foods

  • Contaminated

  • Unfit for children, elderly people, and hospital patients

    D. Adulterated foods


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A. Potentially hazardous foods easily are classified as:


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During use, where is the best place to store ice scoop? easily are classified as:

  • On a clean dry surface

  • In the ice-bin with the handle out of the ice

  • In a food grade ice scoop holder

    D. All of the above


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D. All of the above easily are classified as:


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Cold foods must be held at or below: easily are classified as:

  • 50°F

  • 41°F

  • 45°F

    D. 60°F


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B. 41°F easily are classified as:


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