ThinkstockA reader recently asked me this: "What's the best way to wash my fruits and vegetables? You hear about so many different methods, and it's confusing."
Great question, and one that I find that many of us take for granted-and we cannot afford to take food hygiene practices for granted.
Why? Good food hygiene that you and I practice at home, every day, can have a significant impact on our public health. Yup, it's true. You and I can help prevent the spread of food-borne illnesses just by taking time to wash not only our hands, but also our fruits and vegetables.QUIZ: Are You An Emotional Eater?
It's essential that we know how. This is a great example of the ripple effect: what you do in your kitchen affects all of those around you, and they in turn affect those around them, and so on...et voila, before you know it, your everyday practices have affected the public health of untold individuals!
So, let's get down and dirty. How do you actually keep your kitchen safe, andRead More »from 5 Ways to Cut Food Contamination in Your Kitchen