Sunday, April 10, 2011

What’s lurking around the young ones?

How clean is your kitchen? Ask yourself that question.


When prepping for any meal always keep all your foods separated for avoiding cross contamination of bacteria’s. Wash your hands and keep your countertops sanitized; and always cook at the proper temperatures.


Here is a list of bacteria’s that can be lurking in your kitchen; if your kitchen is not sanitized properly:


E.coli-

Unpasteurized juice and cider

Lettuce and sprouts

Raw milk cheese

Undercooked hamburger


Salmonella-

Egg and Chicken

Meat

Milk

Fresh Produce


Listeria-

Leafy Vegetables Contaminated w/Manure

Raw Milk

Raw Meat

Soft Cheese

Deli Meats

Sausages

Hot Dogs


Keep your family safe from bacteria. Don’t let the bacteria’s live and spread on your surfaces in your kitchen. These kinds of bacteria’s can become very hazardous to your families health.





14 comments:

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  4. Hey interesting post, its suprising how many germs are in everyday things! Came across your blog from mom blog network.

    Lisa

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  5. My 4 year old loves to clean with a spray bottle and a towel but I am very scared for her to be around cleaning products so for Easter I made her a cleaning present. I got an empty spray bottle and filled it with equal parts white vinegar, water and rubbing alcohol. Then she and I had a cleaning day! While she's not a scrubber, I'm teaching her the value of clean, saving money in the process and to be honest with you - getting a better clean job than most expensive cleaners on the market. That mixture easily cleaned up pancake syrup from the high chair without too much scrubbing.

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  6. WOW! What an informative post. It will come in handy today...still spring cleaning! Thank you. Joined your group on Social Moms. http://www.wow101.com

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  7. Wow. I knew that these things existed, but never knew the extent to which they did, or the sources. Thanks for the useful information.

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  8. I'm so glad you are making people aware. I also throw my sponge in the dishwasher on sanitize every night when I run it.
    Thanks for the great info.

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  11. I don't even want to think about whats in my kitchen

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  12. Moms should be health conscious especially that we cook for the family. Those you mentioned are scary bacteria.

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  13. We could use a post that tells us what cleaning products we could use against these germs that would be safe(r) around our food and kids than bleach and what not!

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