Revision.

•What are the conditions needed for bacteria to grow? • What are the symptoms of food poisoning? • How could we prevent food poisoning when cooking? • What makes a food high risk? Give some examples of high risk foods. …



Personal Hygiene; What did we do wrong?

Think about our last practical. Did you do any of the following? Spraying deodorant Didn’t wash hands after touching raw egg. All had no apron on. No shoes. Dipped finger in bowl to taste and didn’t wash hands. Hair not …


Investigate food storage

What are the conditions needed for food poisoning bacteria to grow? Draw a diagram of a thermometer and label  the following things; the temperature danger zone. the temperature bacteria begins to be destroyed the best temperature for bacteria to reproduce …


How would you prevent food poisoning?

At each stage of your practical, how would you prevent the growth of food poisoning bacteria? Points to consider; Personal hygiene. Food storage. Use of eqiupment. Work area. Links http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Food-poisoning/Pages/Prevention.aspx http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/design/foodtech/acidoxitemprev1.shtml