Bacterial foodborne illness, food safety

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Department
Food Sci+Human Nutrition
Course
FSHN 125
Professor
John Avens
Semester
Fall

Description
30 October Learning Exercise #69 Bacterial foodborne illness symptoms usually start: A. 1 to 3 hours *B. 1 to 3 days C. 1 to 3 weeks After eating contaminated food Learning Exercise #70 Bacterial foodborne illness can be caused by: A. Not washing hands and food contact surfaces B. Thawing frozen food at room temperature C. Cooling hot food at room temperature before refrigerating it D. A and C only *E. A, B, and C Learning Objective What are rules for preventing foodborne illness? Choose foods processed for safety Cook food thoroughly Eat cooked foods immediately Store cooked foods carefully Reheat cooked foods thoroughly Avoid contact between raw and cooked foods Wash hands repeatedly Keep all kitchen surfaces meticulously clean
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