by Lee Wyatt
(last updated May 10, 2017)
Just about everyone has experienced the unpleasant effects of food poisoning at least once in their life. However, what many people may not realize is that cross contamination is one of the leading causes of this (and other) kinds of food related problems. In fact, many people do not realize just how dangerous cross contamination can be. For some real life examples of how bad this can actually be all you really need to do is turn on the television or radio and listen. On the average, there is at least one or two stories going on any given day that talks about some form of a cross contamination problem.
Avoiding cross contamination is really a fairly simple task, and one that any home chef should take the time to learn. In fact, there are only three areas that people should keep an eye on to be able to properly avoid cross contamination between different types of food. These three areas are listed below, the way that they can contribute to cross contamination, as well as how you can combat this problem.
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