There are many ways to prevent food poisoning
Wash your hands clean.
After handling raw food such as meat, fish, eggs, and vegetables, and after touching the trash can, going to the bathroom, blowing your nose, or touching your pet or animal, wash your hands thoroughly with soap and dry before handling the food 비아그라판매
Wash the kitchen counter.
Wash the counter clean before and after preparing the food. Especially after touching raw meat, poultry, raw eggs, fish and vegetables. But you don’t need to use antibacterial spray. Hot water and soap are good.
Wash the dishcloth clean.
Wash the dishcloth and dry dishcloths regularly and dry them before using them again. Dirty, soggy cloth is the perfect place for germs to reproduce.
Use a separate cutting board.
Do not use the same cutting board for raw food and ready-to-eat food, but use a separate cutting board. Raw food can contain harmful bacteria, which spread very easily to everything it touches, including other foods, cooktops, cutting boards, knives.
Leave the raw meat away.
Especially, it is important to keep raw meat away from ready-to-eat foods such as salads, fruits, and bread. These foods are not cooked before they are eaten, so if there is any bacteria in the food, they are eaten undead.
Keep raw meat on the bottom shelf.
Always pack the raw meat well and store it on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator. We should avoid contacting other foods and prevent water from dripping from meat.
Cook the food completely.
Cook the food completely and make sure it steams completely hot. Poultry, pork, hamburgers, sausages, and kebabs should be cooked until they are hot steamed and there is no undercooked meat inside. Do not wash raw meat, including chicken or turkey, before cooking. There’s a risk of bacteria spreading all over the kitchen.
Freezing raw chicken reduces the level of Campylobacter, a bacterium that causes food poisoning, but does not completely eliminate it. The safest way to completely remove the Campylobacter is to cook the chicken thoroughly.
Keep the refrigerator below 5℃.
Keep the refrigerator temperature below 5℃. Keeping food cold can prevent food poisoning bacteria from reproducing.
Cool the leftovers quickly.
If you made food that you wouldn’t eat right away, cool it down as soon as possible (within 90 minutes) and store it in the refrigerator or freezer. Use the leftovers in the refrigerator within 2 days.
Please respect the ‘use due’ date.
Do not eat food that is past the expiration date. Even if the shape and smell are normal. The ‘period of use’ date is based on scientific test results showing how fast harmful bacteria can reproduce in packaged foods.