5 food safety mistakes you're probably making in your kitchen — and how to prevent them

Business Insider | 1/10/2018 | Janaki Jitchotvisut, INSIDER
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Kitchen sponges are useful, but you must sanitize and replace them often.

Maintain separate cutting boards for meats/poultry and fruits/veggies to avoid cross-contamination.

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Wash, rinse, and properly sanitize kitchen surfaces for optimum food safety.

Don’t ever wash your raw meat and poultry. Instead, cook it to US Department of Agriculture (USDA) recommended safe minimum internal temperatures to kill bacteria that cause foodborne illness.

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You've most likely been washing your hands pretty regularly since you...
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