Last week it was my son’s birthday and we took the kids to the park by the lake. We chose to serve an exciting dinner for vegan lovers and stuff sandwiches and drinks for the picnic. We coordinate dinners and walk with us. Early in the evening we were at the lake. As we spread the sheets on the lawn, the little ones grew up and asked for food. Every time I opened the shelf, I could smell an unusual smell.
The smell of the chicken sandwiches was terrible. The food was terrible. Luckily for us, we thought he had gotten extreme and decided not to. These events happen to each of us in our usual daily practice. We regularly plan a meal at home and then take it elsewhere to eat. Many people cook at home and serve people food. When people plan or manage food, it is their duty to ensure that the food does not weaken the visitors. Food contamination is a miserable and inexplicably dangerous experience.
Also consider if there are young children, pregnant women, more experienced staff, or any compromises. This is because in such circumstances where part of this vulnerable population is contaminated with contaminated food, it is likely that they are indeed sick. While newer appliances love to cook dinner, they are unexpectedly sour from the start. Think about correcting what has gone wrong so far.
The most common mistakes that lead to food contamination are:
Cold foods are not cold enough or cold foods are hot enough
a reckless cuisine
Be careful not to isolate sources of raw and delicious food
Food contamination can occur at any stage, during cooking, transport or otherwise cutting. Border shortage is often presented as the cause of a food explosion. The food is left unrefrigerated for a late period, then it degrades due to the attack of microorganisms on it. While waiting for you to plan a late night get-together, we make sure you have the right refrigerator and freezer for storing food and that you are using legal food.
Raw food sources and bites should not be standardized. This increases the risk of bacterial transformation in young people.
Cooked food sources that should already be refrigerated should be refrigerated as soon as possible, preferably after 60 minutes. Be careful not to put it in the refrigerator until it cools, as this will raise the temperature of the coolant. To cool hot food quickly, place it in the coldest place, not constantly on the stove. Another technique is to put food in a clean airtight compartment under a running tap or in a container of cold water, or use ice packs in cold packs. While they look good, cut down on big events by separating food sources in discrete quantities.
When preparing food, getting as far as possible can be a problem. This can be particularly annoying when there is no food. Use cold boxes. You will also need to make sure that on-site workplaces are as convenient as possible for the refrigeration of hot food and hot and cold food. The legal limit of the refrigerator and kitchen is as important as it looks at home.