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Teaching food safety to our students can help eliminate toxins waiting to attack and weaken our immune systems. Bacteria hides in raw meats, cutting boards, counter tops, sponges and many other household surfaces. Cross-contamination can occur easily, resulting in bacterium-riddled food that can cause illness. Fortunately, there are several techniques that one can use to protect themselves through food safety.
Natural bacteria and toxins are not the only concern when it comes to the importance of food safety. Technological changes, such as the use of pesticides and bioterrorism, result in more hazards to our health. Pesticides can stay in our bodies for years, even after washing, and thrive in our environment while traveling miles by water, dust and wind. Food-borne pathogens can taint the foods that we consume before it even hits our kitchens or Cooktop Parts.
It’s essential to maintain food safety during every aspect before consumption. This includes the washing, preparation and cooking of foods. Cooking foods at the proper temperatures, keeping hot foods hot and cold foods cold, help to keep bacteria at bay. Avoid cross-contamination by washing equipment and your hands in hot soapy water before using. Here you will find resources for educators to introduce food safety into their curriculum.
Food Safety Lesson Plans
Food Safety Web Quests
Food Safety Activities
Food Safety Media Resources
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