The experts identified three key rules that allow to minimize the risk of food poisoning. For example, a loaf of bread where the mold is intended only for the bin.
Food poisoning every year ruin the lives of hundreds of millions of people, and in some cases they are fatal. But even if not the most severe case, the prospect of spending several hours in the toilet with abdominal pain is not very pleasant. Australian experts were reminded of the rules that allow us to reduce the risk of food poisoning to a minimum. If you notice the appearance of green spots on bread, that is mold, that is, the product is not. Many of us just cut the knife part of the bread with the mold and continue to eat bread, thereby increasing the risk of food poisoning. Moldy bread should immediately throw in the trash.
It is imperative to follow the rules of the “danger zone” in terms of temperatures for food storage. It is 5 to 60C. Bacteria can grow and multiply, while in terms of these temperatures. Therefore, food must either be cooled or subjected to heat treatment, i.e. cooking on the stove in order to eat. Cross-contamination is also one of the ways of penetration causing food poisoning bacteria in the body. This occurs at the moment when both are raw meat (Yes, and not in a tight container), as well as unwashed fruits and vegetables. They come in contact with other dishes that people consume.
Should not buy chicken that is already beginning to be covered with pale pink tint. This means that the meat began to thaw. The store is always last to buy chilled products and items from the freezer, and meat must be stored separately to avoid cross-contamination. (READ MORE)