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|Be Food Safe: Four Easy Lessons in Safe Food Handling.
Food handling safety risks at home are more common than most people think. Read about the four easy lessons of clean, separate, cook, and chill to help prevent harmful bacteria from making your family sick. 8 pp. (2007. FSIS)
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|Cooking for Groups: A Volunteer's Guide to Food Safety.
Whether it's a family reunion buffet or community cookout, learn how to cook and serve food safely and avoid food-borne illness. 40 pp. (2006. FSIS)
621R. Free. A pdf version is available
|Food Safety at Home -- Fact Sheet.
Follow these four easy rules to prevent food-borne illness. 2 pp. (2007. FDA)
616R. Free. A pdf version is available A Spanish version is available
|Food Safety for Seniors - Fact Sheet.
Older people are at a higher risk of becoming ill from eating raw foods. Learn what foods to avoid and why. 2 pp. (2007. FDA)
617R. Free. A pdf version is available A Spanish version is available
|Is It Done Yet?.
The only safe way to know if meat, poultry, and egg dishes are fully cooked is to use a food thermometer. Get tips on using one, along with a temperature chart, in this handy guide. 7 pp. (2007. FSIS)
|Kitchen Companion: Your Safe Food Handbook.
Provides extensive information on food-borne bacteria; preparing, storing and transporting food; food thermometers; guidelines for poultry, eggs and leftovers; food safety during a power outage; and more. 48 pp. (2008. FSIS)
643R. Free. A pdf version is available
|Listeria - Fact Sheet.
You can get very sick from this germ that grows on ready-to-eat foods that are kept too long--even in the fridge. Lists foods to avoid and others that need special handling. 2 pp. (2007. FDA)
602R. Free. A pdf version is available A Spanish version is available
|Restaurant and Take-Out Safety -- Fact Sheet.
Food safety tips to follow whether you're eating out, getting food to take away, or bringing home leftovers in a doggie bag. 2 pp. (2007. FDA)
615R. Free. A pdf version is available A Spanish version is available
|Revealing Trans Fats.
Trans fat is used to increase food shelf life and stabilize its flavor. Get tips on reducing your trans fat intake and use a chart that lists the fat content of some common foods to lower your risk of heart disease. 5 pp. (2003. FDA)
|TTTC Diabetes Recipes.
Five tasty and easy-to-follow recipes for people with diabetes. Nutrition facts for each dish help you keep track of what you are eating. 5 pp. (2005. FDA)
565R. Free. A pdf version is available A Spanish version is available
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