How not to get poisoned food
Food poisoning is always unpleasant, at best, it can lead to poor health, and at worst - be fatal. Poisoning can be caused by various reasons such as the presence of toxic compounds in food.
Purchase and preparation When buying food, be sure to check the expiration of their validity. If you purchase meat products, keep them in separate bags or packets, do not let them come into contact with other foods. Try to keep the temperature of frozen foods after their purchase by using, for example, the cooler bag. When cooking, use different cutting boards, do not contact the fruit and vegetables with the remnants of meat products. Always cook meat until fully cooked, the only way to get rid of all existing in it of harmful germs that can cause poisoning. Storage of food products Observe storage of different kinds of foods. Pasta, cereals, rice and other dry products are generally stored in a cool and dry place. Meat products, eggs, fish and ready meals are always stored only in the refrigerator. Regardless of the type of products and where they are stored, they must be used before the expiry of their validity, otherwise the risk of food poisoning increase drastically. Eating most simple and obvious rules that reduce the risk of poisoning - washing hands before eating. Eat immediately after its preparation, the longer you tighten with a meal, the more microbes formed therein. Any raw foods (meat, vegetables, fruit) before use should be washed with cold water. Avoid eating raw meat such as sushi, the risk to poison them high enough. If all you want to eat these foods, leave it cooking professionals.