Health Tip: Fire Up the Grill
Clean it well before using
By Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Yes, a grill can reach very hot temperatures. But bad food-safety practices can still make you sick.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offers these grill preparation suggestions:
- Always scrub a grill with hot, soapy water before use, whether the grill is a public one or your own.
- Wash your hands before, during and after grilling.
- If you're grilling on the go, pack some hand sanitizer or moist towelettes.
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