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  Health Tip: Protect Against Salmonella
Avoid raw eggs

By Diana Kohnle

(HealthDay News) -- Nothing can ruin memory of a delicious meal faster than a case of food poisoning.

The U.S. Food Safety Administration suggests how to help prevent illness from salmonella contamination:

  • Don't eat foods at higher risk for salmonella contamination, such as undercooked eggs, raw eggs, undercooked meat or poultry, or unpasteurized milk.
  • Properly refrigerate all food before cooking. Make sure food is cooked thoroughly and to the appropriate internal temperature,
  • Thoroughly clean kitchen surfaces.
  • Wash hands with soap and water before preparing food.
  • Keep ready-to-eat and cooked foods separate from each other.
  • Do not allow dishes or utensils that were used for raw food to touch cooked food.
  • Refrigerate foods promptly after cooking.

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