Monday, 6 May 2013

Keeping foods at different temperatures

In the refrigerator and in the freezer grows most bacteria do not. It is too cold.
The best way to kill or inhibit bacteria in food at is:
To keep the food cold.
To warm the food through.
In the refrigerator temperature should be not more than 5 degrees. Most bacteria cease to grow at 5 degrees or less. In a deep freeze is the temperature usually minus 18 degrees. Some bacteria will die in a cold freezer, however, many bacteria can survive being frozen down. They stop to grow and go to sleep, so the closest lies and sleeps.
Bacteria in the food door by boiling and frying
When you boil or FRY food, kills to the bacteria. The general rule is that food with meat, poultry, fish and eggs must be heated properly through, so temperature reaches at least 75 degrees.
You must eat the food, just after it has been created. If you don't eat it all, and want to save the rest, you have to put the food in the refrigerator. Otherwise there can grow bacteria in it again.

Bacteria can grow between 5 and 65 degrees

The bacteria can grow between 5 and 65 degrees. Within in a kitchen or a living room there is usually between 20 and 25 degrees. That is why it is important that you get your food quickly in the refrigerator, after we have eaten, or when you have been out shopping.

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