Flashcards in Chapter 17- Keeping Food Safe To Eat Deck (29):
______ means illness caused by food that is not safe to eat
The illness called ______ is an example of food poisoning
Living things seen only through a microscope are called _______
Harmful bacteria are also known as _____
Bacteria need _____ , _____ , and _____ to grow and multiply
Food , moisture , and warm temperature
Temperature between 60 F and 125 F (16 C and 52 C) are in the _____ zone
Most bacteria are killed by temperatures over ______
Bacteria is slowed down by ____ temperatures
Foods that spoil easily are called _____
A refrigerator temperature of _____ helps prevent bacteria growth
The temperature of the freezer should be ____ or below
A ____ , ______ , and _______ area is needed for dry storage
Cool , dry , and clean
Using the ___ food first helps save food and Money
Keeping harmful bacteria down to a small number is called ______
Frozen food should never be thawed at ______
Bacteria are carried on _____ from pets
The garbage can should be emptied _____
Pests will be attracted to discarded containers that contain ______
Long hair should be _____ during cooking
An open wound on the hands should be covered with ______
Harmful bacteria from raw food getting into ready to eat food is called ______
________ a cutting board thoroughly after contact with raw meat , poultry, or fish
What are three products that are made with “helpful” bacteria?
Yogurt , cheese, and medicine
How do bacteria travel and move about?
It’s spreads through objects and touch
What are three Benefits of proper food storage?
Prevents foodborne illness , preserves the foods flavor and nutrients , and keeps food becoming too moist or dry and dirty
Give five examples of perishable foods
Meat , poultry , and fish
How should food be packaged for storage in the freezer?
In what order should you store foods when you have been grocery shopping?
Freezer , refrigerator , and Cabinet