Uncooked food is risky! Only cooked food can keep the stomach safe~
The weather has really become weird recently. It’s already November, but the sun is still shining. People can only wear short-sleeved clothes.
But having said that, the solar terms are almost at the beginning of winter, and people still can’t eat more raw and cold food in their diet, lest it not only ruins the stomach, but may also cause a more terrible insect crisis~
A few days ago, a Thai woman was so gluttonous with raw pork that she couldn’t breathe. After she was sent to the doctor, she had an X-ray examination and found that her legs were already covered with parasites. The picture made people shudder. It's terrifying!
Although Taiwanese people may not eat whole raw pork, if the hot pot is not fully cooked, there is still a risk of parasite eggs being eaten. There are also raw food content such as sashimi, raw eggs, raw beef, raw oysters, lettuce, etc. The cooking environment and chef hygiene conditions should also be evaluated.
Is the uncooked food cutting board and the cooked food cutting board separated and thoroughly cleaned when cooking? After all, cooked food must be more secure and safer than uncooked food, so as not to burden the gastrointestinal tract or induce diseases such as gastroenteritis.
How big is the risk of eating raw chicken?
Chicken cannot be eaten raw, nor can it be eaten until it is fully cooked. Japanese food styles are now popular in Taiwan, and some restaurants recommend chicken sashimi, which is very dangerous!
There are frequent cases of food poisoning caused by eating raw chicken in Japan. In fact, as long as the chicken is not fully heated, it may bring a huge risk. Ben Chapman, an associate professor at North Carolina State University in the United States, said that eating raw chicken may be infected with Campylobacter jejuni or Salmonella. (Salmonolla).
Common symptoms of food poisoning caused by aspergillosis include dysentery, vomiting, headache, etc., and even Guillain-Barre syndrome (Guillain-Barre syndrome), which causes paralysis of the patients' hands, feet, or facial nerves.
Adequate heating is the only answer to kill the bacillus!
There are three main ways for humans to cause food poisoning of K. bacillus through chicken:
1. Raw chicken,
2. The chicken is not heated completely,
3. Residues on cutting boards or other kitchen utensils during cleaning and handling.
The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan has been urging restaurant operators and people to heat the core temperature of chicken to 75 degrees Celsius before eating. In addition, the chicken does not need to be cleaned before cooking. Cleaning is not helpful to eliminate germs. Splashing water can also spread germs everywhere, and cutting boards and knives that have been in contact with raw meat must be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected;
Refrigerated or frozen raw meat is placed at the bottom of the refrigerator to prevent blood from the meat from flowing to other ingredients and causing cross-contamination.
How to cook chicken to be at ease?
Do not wash the chicken bought in the market with water. You can blanch it with boiling water first, and then see what you want to make. The key is to cook until it is fully cooked. Anything with a little red blood on the bones is not Well cooked warning!
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