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Foodsafety.gov: Recipes for Disaster

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Foodsafety.gov is serious about food safety, but the videos they make to teach about food safety are downright entertaining. Learn how to avoid “recipes for disaster” in the agency’s video series about food safety. These videos address some of the most common food safety problems in the home, like cross contamination and bacterial growth, and teach solutions to these problems in memorable ways.

Check out “How Does Cross-Contamination Happen?” and “How to Thaw Foods Properly” to learn how to avoid some common food safety pitfalls.

How Does Cross-Contamination Happen?

How to Thaw Foods Properly

—Suzanna Sandridge

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