Safety & Sanitation. Think about it…. Have you ever gotten sick after eating a meal at a restaurant? Or even at home? Did you ever wonder if you had been served unsafe food or if someone hadn’t handled your food properly?
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Safety & Sanitation
In conclusion, Serving good food makes good business.
Contamination = harmful things are present in food, making it unsafe to eat.
Cross Contamination = harmful microorganisms are transferred from one surface, or food to another.
CLEANING AND RINSING MUST BE DONE BEFORE SANITIZING. SANITZING IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR CLEANING.
or false nails
ANYWHERE IN BETWEEN THOSE NUMBERS IS DANGEROUS!!!
In order to keep foods safe, a good rule of thumb is to keep
HOT foods HOT
COLD foods COLD!
Bacteria multiplies quickly when six conditions are present.
Clean, Separate, Cook, Chill
Use proper time and temperatures.
Don’t thaw food at room temperature!!!