TEKS The student understands safety and sanitation. The student is expected to:(A) demonstrate safe and sanitary practices in the use, care, and storage of food and equipmen(B) explain types and prevention of food-borne illnesses
One of the biggest issues we face as pet owners is what to feed our dogs, how much and how do we make sure they are healthy. We will navigate through various types of food, the pros and cons of each and how much is the appropriate amount to feed your particular dog. We will also talk about how to keep your dog healthy, the right type of exercise for your dog and how to tell if your dog is in need of a vet visit. #pet #care #food #safety #education #cats #dogs #health
Not sure if your meat is done when cooking/baking/grilling? This site tells you what the internal temperature in the thickest part of your meat should be when done for every kind of meat. Just found this easy chart and love it!
Canning peppers - recipes and info (ref by Dottie).
Wild Bee ID: Save bees with an app!: Ever spotted a bee in your garden or backyard and wondered what species it is? Center for Food Safety is creating the Wild Bee ID mobile app to help you with just that! Stay tuned!