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Title: Food Safety and Storage Part Two


1
Food Safety and Storage Part Two
  • Mrs. Mashburn
  • Foods 1

2
The Danger Zone
  • Bacteria grows best in the danger zone.
  • 41F to 140F
  • Less time in the danger zone lesser change of
    bacterial growth
  • High temperatures kill most bacteria
  • Internal temperature 160F
  • Freezing stops growth, but does not kill
  • Taste only fully cooked foods
  • Keep hot foods at a temperature higher than 140F
  • Keep cold foods at a temperature lower than 41F
  • Two-hour rule
  • Perishable foods can be at room temperature for
    no more than two hours

3
Storing Food
  • Never defrost foods at room temperature.
  • Thaw overnight in the refrigerator.
  • Signs of spoilage
  • Produce wilted, wrinkled, bruised, or brown
  • Meats slimy, foul smell
  • Packaged foods bulging cans, cloudy fluids
  • First in, first out
  • Store newly purchased food behind older foods
  • Store foods away from chemicals and cleaning
    agents.

4
Cold Storage
  • Refrigerator Storage
  • Avoid overloading refrigerator.
  • Tightly cover foods.
  • What should be refrigerated?
  • Dairy
  • Most fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Whole grains, seeds, nuts prone to rancidity
  • Baked products with cream or fruit filling
  • Check label.

5
Cold Storage (cont.)
  • Freezer Storage
  • Fill it up!
  • High water content foods do not freeze well.
  • Freezer burn
  • Heavy duty packaging
  • Remove air from packaging.
  • Leave space between packages for air to
    circulate.
  • Label packages with contents and date.

6
When the Power Goes Off…
  • Freezer
  • Keep freezer and refrigerated doors closed.
  • A full freezer will keep foods frozen for about 2
    days.
  • A half full freezer will keep foods frozen for 1
    day.
  • Refrigerator
  • Food will spoil after 4-6 hours.
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