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Food Preparation By: Nikkie Morales

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Studies show that the kitchen contains the most germs in the home. One found that the kitchen sink contains 100,000 times more germs than the bathroom. Germs such as E. coli, campylobacter and salmonella enter the kitchen on our hands, raw food and through our pets. They can rapidly spread if we're not careful.  If food isn't cooked, stored and handled correctly, people can become ill with  food poisoning , colds, flu and other conditions.

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How to Prepare Food Properly:

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Washing hands Our hands are one of the main ways germs are spread, so it's important to wash them thoroughly with soap and warm water before and after cooking.

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Keep worktops clean Before you start preparing food, it’s important to make sure that your worktops, kitchen utensils and chopping boards are clean.

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Separate raw food Including meat/fish and vegetables from ready-to-eat food Raw foods such as meat, fish and vegetables may contain harmful bacteria that can spread very easily to anything they touch

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Check the label Another important stage when you’re preparing food – to help keep you and your family safe – is to have a look at the food labels to make sure everything you’re going to use has been stored correctly (according to any storage instructions) and that none of the food is past its ‘use by’ date.

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Cleaning up Wash all worktops and chopping boards before and after cooking, as they can be a source of cross-contamination.

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