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Transcript of Kitchen Sanitation
HIDING IN A KITCHEN NEAR YOU...
Alot of bacteria is spread by US!
You should wash your hands in
Wash your hands after:
Touching Raw meats/eggs
Touching your HAIR OR FACE
Using the RESTROOM
SNEEZING COUGHING ETC!
So how do we get SICK?
Keeping the area that you prepare food in CLEAN and SANITARY
=no visible dirt
= no bacteria that can make you sick
Keeping the food you eat and serve safe.
, and all kitchen
when working with meat, poultry, or eggs!
You CAN see mold, smell food that's rotten, and taste when something is spoiled.
That is not BACTERIA.
Bacteria reproduces very FAST
1 lone bacteria doubles every 20 minutes!
All bacteria needs to survive-
How does bacteria spread?
FOOD PREPARATION AND THAWING
Thaw foods in the
MICROWAVE, the refrigerator
or under cold,
Cutting boards PLASTIC vs. WOOD
Which is more sanitary?
Keep the word area
. Wipe up
food from the refrigerator.
What has more bacteria than a toilet?
This is the way we wash our hands
from raw to ready to eat foods.
How germs spread
Most people get a F.B.I. but think it's just the
What is a FOOD BORNE ILLNESS?
A Food borne illness is an illness you get from something you
An F.B.I. is usually spread from one of the 3 F's
Mild= headache, cramps, fever.
Severe= medical attention required
3 groups of people most likely to get sick from an F.B.I.
WEAKER IMMUNE SYSTEMS
Recommended temperature that meat should be cooked to is
Reheat leftovers sufficiently- Sauces, soups, or gravies should come to a
= A range of temperatures where
Keep hot foods
and cold foods
Proper refrigerator temperature
rule for perishable foods sitting out of the fridge.
When in doubt THROW it OUT!
Trust your eyes/instincts when it comes to
dates or damaged containers!
Q- Food from plants or animals are more likely to make you sick?
GLO GERM TIME!!!
WASH YOUR HANDS
In your group create a poster
promoting hand washing to be hung in our BATHROOMS !
1)Wet hands with WARM water.
2) Soap and scrub for 20-25 seconds.
3) Rinse under clean, running water.
4) Dry completely using a clean cloth or paper towel.
5) Turn faucet off with towel.
6). Use towel to open bathroom door.
7) Throw out towel.
Normally, oil and water don't mix,
so they separate into two different layers. Soap breaks up the oil into smaller drops, which can mix with the water.
It works because soap is made up of molecules with two very different ends. One end of soap molecules love water - they are hydrophilic. The other end of soap molecues hate water - they are hydrophobic.
Food Borne Illnesses!
- You get them from what you EAT and DRINK