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Canning Safety | Canning Storage | Canning Tips
Testing Jars for Proper Seal | Miscellaneous Canning Safety
Testing Jars for Proper Seal
After the jars have cooled for 12 to 24 hours, they need to be check for a proper seal before they can be stored.
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Safety Concerns when Making Homemade Ice Cream
When making homemade ice cream, be aware that there is the risk of being infected with Salmonella Enteritidis, a strain of Salmonella.
Contamination Prevention | Cooking Safety | Proper StorageConsumption Safety
When working with fish it is essential that proper handling and storage are used to reduce the risk of food-borne illness and ensure a quality product.
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Guidelines for Storage of Liquid Fats
Air, heat, light, and age affect the quality and the shelf life of many types of edible oils, which deteriorate through oxidation (rancidity).
General practices and procedures that are necessary when handling, storing, or preparing food, to ensure that all types of food being served for consumption are protected from microorganisms that cause pathogens (agents that cause disease) to develop.