Which of the following is the safest way to thaw meat?
On the counter
In the fridge
In the sink
Next to a heater
What is the temperature range know as the "Danger Zone"
Which of the following is a safe food-handling process?
Defrosting a frozen turkey at room temperature
Keeping leftovers in the fridge for 8 days
Cooling a casserole at room temperature over night
Testing meatloaf with a thermometer
What are the symptoms of food borne illness?
Coughing, sneezing, itchy eyes
Diarrhea, stomach cramping, nausea, vomiting
Kayla used a cutting board and a knife to cut raw beef and lettuce, which of the following is an example of what she did?
What is the maximum time food can be safely held in the danger zone?
If food is left out more than three hours at room temperature, what should you do with it?
Send the leftovers with your guests
Reheat and eat more
Store in the fridge
What is the best way to "taste test" food you are making?
Use a separate spoon
stick your finger in it
let your dog try it
use the spoon you are cooking with
Populations who are most "at risk" for a food borne illness include...
infants, pregnant women, older adults
toddlers, teenagers, athletes
Alex wants to be sure his chicken is cooked before eating it, what should he use?
Why are children more likely to be affected by a food borne illness?
They eat different foods
They don't wash their hands
They have weaker immune systems
They don't know how to cook
When bacteria is transferred from one food to another, it is called...
Which of the following is an example of the Food Safety step, Cook?
telling the food is done by looking at it.
using a knife to check the inside
using a food thermometer to check internal temp
using an air fryer
Which of the following is an example of the food safety step, Separate?
Using the same knife to cut tomatoes and raw steak.
Using the same cutting board to cut lettuce and bacon.
Using separate cutting boards and knives to cut ground beef and onions.
Placing raw meat and veggies in the sink to clean.
How long should you wash your hands?
This term is used to store food at correct temperature.