Recipe for Disaster

May 01, 2014

Food handling hygiene seems common sense, but you'd be surprised how easily common food safety mistakes are made when preparing dishes. Cross contamination is a common mistake eg chopping raw meats on a cutting board and then chopping raw vegetable on the same board that has not been cleaned. 

Some simple ideas to prevent cross-contamination of foods:

  • Have different coloured cutting boards for different types of foods
  • Use different knives for different types of foods

We love these videos from www.foodsafety.gov to remind us on common food safety mistakes:

 

 




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