SAFETY TIPS FOR YOUR KITCHEN
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SAFETY TIPS FOR YOUR KITCHEN
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GRANA here; I posted these tips a few years ago in the hope of keeping akl of us safe in this busy holiday cooking & Baking season I'm posting them again..Please read this&  keep in mind
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SAFETY TIPS FOR YOUR KITCHEN

posted at 11/23/2013 4:37 PM EST
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GRANA here; I posted these tips a few years ago
in the hope of keeping akl of us safe in this busy holiday cooking & Baking season I'm posting them again..Please read this&  keep in mind these suggestions to keep you & yours safe all year  long

Re: SAFETY TIPS FOR YOUR KITCHEN

posted at 11/23/2013 4:45 PM EST
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First: 9/13/2011
Last: 4/17/2014
GRANA here;
Dispose of all dented  or swollen cans
Clean off tops of cans w/ soap & water before using can opener (keeps unwanted bacteria out of can ingredients)
Wash can opener blades & rinse thoroughly before & after eachuse (keeps contents of cans froim being contaminated
Wash your hands & all cutting surfaces w/ soap & water  before, during& after each use .
Thaw frozen meat in leak proof packagingi on refrigerator or in microwave oven rather than on table or counter tops; This keeps pets awaty from food&  defrosts it in a safer  environment A clean kitchen work area is safer

Re: SAFETY TIPS FOR YOUR KITCHEN

posted at 11/23/2013 6:56 PM EST
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First: 10/6/2010
Last: 4/15/2014
Ann, very good info. 
Just as a reminder...If your turkey does not thaw completely it can be done in cold water, leave it in the wrapper and submerge in cold water.  That will speed up thawing and is safer than thawing at room temperature. 
Make sure you wash hands after handling raw turkey.
Wash or place all utensils that have touched the raw turkey right away so you reduce the possibility of contamination of your work site. 
Keep a small spray bottle of dilute bleach water handy and give the kitchen sink and counter a spray.  Just to be safe. 

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