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2.5 Food Safety Work File

Directions: Complete the food safety interactive quiz. Use the information from the interactive quiz to complete the following responses regarding food safety practices.

For each of the following food safety practices, share at least 2 statements from the interactive quiz. Be sure to put these statements in your own words and explain why they are helpful in preventing food borne illness. An example would be: When dining from a buffet, make sure hot food is hot and cold food is cold. Food that is 40 – 140 degrees Fahrenheit has already begun to grow bacteria and pathogens.

Clean (16 points):
1.Make sure to never use the same cooking utensils for food that is cooked and food that is raw.

2.Wash your hands before and after working with different food such as when you are preparing meat

Separate (16 points):
1. Separate meat that is raw and meat that is cooked.

2.Keep meats and vegetables separated.

Cook (16 points):
1. Dont just judge food by how it looks, instead use a thermometer to make sure that the food is cooked completely

2.Keep food at their required temperature so that it doesn’t grow any harmful bacteria.

Chill (16 points):
1.Keep an ice pack next to refrigerated food when you pack lunch.

2.Have the refrigerator at 40◦F or below and the Freezer at 0◦F

In your own kitchen, explain 2 food safety practices you feel your family can improve and 2 food safety practices you feel your family does well. (16 points) In my house we always chill left overs and separate raw food from cooked food. Some of the things we can improve in orther to have healthier and safer cooking practices include washing our hands more frequently and using a food thermometer rather them just using our eyes to inspect how cooked it is.

In what ways do your school and community practice or promote food safety to contribute to your personal health? (20 points)

My school school offers lunch to those...
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