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Cutting Boards and Food Safety at Home Avoid Cross-Contamination The Meat and Poultry Hotline says that consumers may use wood or a nonporous surface for cutting raw meat and poultry. However, consider using one cutting board for fresh produce and bread and a separate one for raw meat, poultry, and seafood. This will prevent bacteria on a cutting board that is used for raw meat, poultry, or seafood from contaminating a food that requires no
Food Safety
Be Smart. Keep Foods Apart. Don’t Cross Contaminate Be Smart. Keep Foods Apart. Don’t Cross-Contaminate Here is a hot topic – let me ask you – “Do you wash your fresh meat in the sink – or anywhere else prior to cooking”? Cross-contamination is the transfer of harmful bacteria to food from other foods, cutting boards, utensils, etc., if they are not handled properly. This is especially true when handling raw meat, poultry, and seafood,
Food Safety
Grass Fed over Grain Fed Beef The way cows are fed can have a major effect on the flavor, texture and look of the beef. Whereas cattle today are often fed grains, the animals people ate throughout cave man time roamed free and ate grass. You’ll see corn fed would tend to have a yellowish fat content on the surface and on the suet. Many studies have shown that the nutrients in beef can vary
Beef, Meat