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High School Food Safety Lessons

Lesson 1 Bacteria Everywhere
Laboratory Lesson

Pre/Post Test
Administer before and after lessons are taught
1. Where are most bacteria found?

a. Hands
b. Door knob
c. Car seats
d. Everywhere

2. What type of bacteria is found in raw chicken and eggs?
 
3. If you were to prepare raw chicken on the kitchen counter; is it safe to just wipe with a wet sponge and forget about it?
 
4. Is it safe to eat meat that is cooked to 135 degrees?
Why or Why not?

 

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