When someone has an allergic reaction, it is the body’s response to a protein in a food. The body thinks the protein is dangerous and begins to attack it. Eating, touching, or smelling the food can cause a reaction. The reactions range from ... READ MORE
Many Americans regularly eat lunch and snacks at their workplace. Some have designated lunchrooms, but many of us regularly eat at our desks. With food prices going up, this may become a more popular lunchtime activity.
By following a few ... READ MORE
One of the silver linings of COVID pandemic for me as a food safety instructor has been the increased focus on handwashing and sanitizing surfaces. I am especially thrilled about increased handwashing since the correlation between ... READ MORE
American will eat an estimated 1.42 billion chicken wings on Super Bowl Sunday. Whether on game day or just for a delicious appetizer, play it safe when it comes to food safety.
One in six people in the USA get sick as a ... READ MORE
AS we get closer to the holiday season, baking is something I look forward to doing. In my family, some like baked goods with nuts and some them without nuts. According to the California Walnut board, the best way to store walnuts is in your ... READ MORE
There are several potential causes of loss of liquid from the jars.
Lowering pressure in canner suddenly after the processing period. Make sure you are not forcing the pressure down by placing the canner in a draft, under a fan or A/C, ... READ MORE