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Middle School Food Safety Lessons

Lesson 3 High PressureBAC Phooey
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1. What are five ways food was preserved over the ages?

a. Salting, burying in the ground, covering with leaves,
Freezing, and canning
b. Salting, chilling, canning, freezing, and drying
c. Salting, freezing, washing, drying, and burying
a. None of the above

2. Why is it important to preserve foods?

a. Because it keeps the food fresh for longer
b. Because it stops the growth of bacteria
c. Because it slows down the growth of bacteria
d. All of the above

3. What are three new methods of processing foods today?

a. Pasteurization, irradiation, and ultra high pressure treatment
b. Milling, burning, and washing
c. Pasteurization, milling, and irradiation
d. Irradiation, ultra high pressure treatment, and burning

4. Scientists are continually searching for new methods to kill bacteria and destroy the appearance, taste and texture of foods.

a. True
b. False

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