Life outside can be lots of fun but food could be in danger if mishandled. When you are going camping or on a picnic food will be safe if . . .
- You have previously cooked the food
- You have a special ice pack to keep the food cool
- Your food is stored in a backpack.
- All of the above
Where do Bacteria live?
- Raw meats
- Fruits and Vegetables
- Lakes and Rivers
- All of the above
When should you wash your hands?
- After touching raw meat, eggs, poultry or fish
- After you count to ten.
- Before you touch a pet
- Before you use the toilet
Somebody left the cooked chicken on the counter overnight. What should you do?
Cook the chicken for an additional 30 minutes
- Cook the chicken for an additional one hour.
- Make a salad and cover it with salad dressing.
- Throw the chicken away
Some foods can be stored together and some can't. Which of these can be stored together.
- Fresh lettuce and raw ground beef
- Freshly peeled potatoes and raw chicken
- Cooked chicken and raw pork chops
- None of the above
How can you tell if your hamburg is safely cooked?
- When it is brown on the outside.
- When it is brown on the inside.
- When the juices run clear.
- When you use a cooking thermometer and the internal temperature reaches 71 C (160F)
What temperature should your refrigerator be set at?
- 5 C (40F) or below
- 10 C (50F)
- 15C (60F)
You come home and find your cat sitting on the kitchen counter. You should ask an adult to...
- Wipe the counter off with a paper towel.
- Wipe the cat off with a dishcloth.
Wash the counter off with hot soapy water and sanitizer
You are asked to help prepare the vegetables for supper. Before preparing the vegetables you should...
- Wash the vegetables with cold running water.
- Wash the vegetables with detergent or soap.
- Wipe the vegtables with a clean paper towel.
Someone has put cooked chicken on the same plate that the raw chicken was on without washing and sanitizing the plate first. You should remind an adult to...
- Carefully wipe up the juices from the raw chicken and then sit down and enjoy your meal.
- Rinse the cooked chicken with warm water and pat dry with a clean paper towel.
- Throw the cooked chicken away.
Which of these steps do you do when washing your hands?
- Use warm running water and soap ( liquid soap in a dispenser is best)
- Scrub both sides of your hands for 20-30 seconds. Clean under your fingernails
- Rinse your hands well with warm running water. Dry your hands with a disposable paper towel.
- All of the above.
Most bacteria can be destroyed by
- Cold running water
- High temperatures
If bacteria have their perfect living conditions (food, water and temperature within the DANGER ZONE (5-60C 40-140F)). They multiply very quickly. They can double
- every 60 seconds
- every 10 to 20 minutes
- every 2 hours
- every 24 hours
You are helping put the groceries away. When putting raw meat in the refrigerator it is MOST impotant to store it
- Below any ready to eat food
- Covered with a clean cloth
- Away from the refrigerator door.
- In its orginal container
The chemical substance use to kill bacteria is called