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A food safety study was conducted with 58 international students from 30 different countries at North Dakota State University. Participants indicated the kind of food safety information they would like to get to help them safely handle new and unfamiliar foods they encountered in the U.S. many of the participants asked for information about food storage, preserving leftovers, proper handling of salads and fresh vegetables, and the safety of processed and frozen foods.
Keep Hot Foods Hot and Cold Foods Cold: A Foodservice Guide to Thermometers and Safe Temperatures - FN712
Chef's should not depend on their instincts, cooking time, oven temperature or product appearance to determine when a product is done: thermometers are important tools for protecting foods.
Your favorite team is winning and you just watched the best half-time show you have ever seen. You reach into the bowl of crunch snacks and discover it's empty. How did that happen? Included in this publication are tips to manage snacking, ideas on how to make snacks healthier, along with recipes to enjoy.
This publication was designed to give you the basic facts and information you will need to proceed with setting up an investment club.
Hard red spring (HRS) wheat was planted on 6.7 million acres in 2009, down slightly from 6.8 million acres planted in 2008. Temperature and rainfall were favorable for high yield development throughout the wheat growing regions of the state, resulting in one of the highest average yields for the state ever. Protein content was lower than normal, however, due to the unexpected high yields.