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Elementary School Food Safety Lessons

Lesson 1 Bacteria on the Run
BAC phooey Pre/Post Tests

Administer before and after lessons are taught

1. What is the first rule of fighting bacteria?

a. Clean hands, vegetables and fruits
b. Dirty hands, vegetables and fruits
c. Shiny hands, vegetables and fruits
d. None of the above

2. The four C’s of Food Safety are:

a. Clean, Combat cross contamination, Cook, and Chill
b. Clean, Cut, Cook and Chill
c. Combat cross contamination, Cook, Chill and Cut
d. Cook, Clean, Cover, and Chill

3. What does separate mean when related to Food Safety?

a. Avoid cross contamination with vegetables and meat
b. Keep different colored vegetables in their own group
c. Keep fruits and vegetables apart in the refrigerator
d. All of the above

4. Raw meats should be cooked to 160 degrees in order to kill bacteria.

a. True
b. False

 

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