Monday, 6 May 2013
Bacteria information on vegetables
Vegetables are fresh when they are firm and crisp and do not have mold on them, discolorations and bruises.
There may be bacteria and fungi on vegetables from soil and water and fertilizer. They sit outside and can get vegetables to rot or moldy. It is often corrupting bacteria.
A cutting board for vegetables and fruit and one for meat
In fact, it is a good idea to have a cutting board that you only ever use for vegetables and fruit and another cutting board that you only ever use for meat. In this way, you can avoid spreading bacteria. If you use the same cutting board, be sure to wash it very thoroughly.
Vegetables should preferably in the fridge
Vegetables should always be rinsed and cleaned before you eat them. Many vegetables keep best when they are fresh in the fridge.