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What two points would you keep in mind while storing or using leftover foods ? ()Home Science CBSE 2018)

What two points would you keep in mind while storing or using leftover foods ?


Asked On2019-05-28 10:56:33 by:gokilapriya

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Make sure your fridge is cold enough
You need to make sure your fridge is cold enough or food poisoning bacteria will still be able to grow. Your fridge should be between 0ºC and 5ºC.

If you’re not sure how the temperature setting or dial works on your fridge, you could use a fridge thermometer to check it’s the right temperature.

To store food safely in the fridge:

keep the fridge door closed as much as possible
wait for food to cool down before you put it in the fridge
turn the temperature down to help keep it cold enough if the fridge is full
Keeping food in the fridge
To help stop bacteria from growing:

when the label says 'keep refrigerated', make sure you do keep the food in the fridge - if the food isn't labelled with any storage instructions and it's a type of food that goes off quickly, you should put it in the fridge and eat it within two days
some jars and bottles need to be kept in the fridge once they’ve been opened -  check the label and follow storage instructions
when you're preparing food, keep it out of the fridge for the shortest time possible, especially when the weather or the room is warm
if you have made some food (such as a sandwich or a cold dish) and you're not going to eat it straight away, keep it in the fridge until you're ready to eat it
if you're having a party or making a buffet, leave the food in the fridge until people are ready to eat - you shouldn't leave food out of the fridge for more than four hours
cool leftovers as quickly as possible (ideally within one to two hours) and then store them in the fridge - eat any leftovers within two days, except for cooked rice, which you should eat within one day to help avoid food poisoning

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Make sure your fridge is cold enough
You need to make sure your fridge is cold enough or food poisoning bacteria will still be able to grow. Your fridge should be between 0ºC and 5ºC.

If you’re not sure how the temperature setting or dial works on your fridge, you could use a fridge thermometer to check it’s the right temperature.

To store food safely in the fridge:

keep the fridge door closed as much as possible
wait for food to cool down before you put it in the fridge
turn the temperature down to help keep it cold enough if the fridge is full
Keeping food in the fridge
To help stop bacteria from growing:

when the label says 'keep refrigerated', make sure you do keep the food in the fridge - if the food isn't labelled with any storage instructions and it's a type of food that goes off quickly, you should put it in the fridge and eat it within two days
some jars and bottles need to be kept in the fridge once they’ve been opened -  check the label and follow storage instructions
when you're preparing food, keep it out of the fridge for the shortest time possible, especially when the weather or the room is warm
if you have made some food (such as a sandwich or a cold dish) and you're not going to eat it straight away, keep it in the fridge until you're ready to eat it
if you're having a party or making a buffet, leave the food in the fridge until people are ready to eat - you shouldn't leave food out of the fridge for more than four hours
cool leftovers as quickly as possible (ideally within one to two hours) and then store them in the fridge - eat any leftovers within two days, except for cooked rice, which you should eat within one day to help avoid food poisoning

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