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Being involved in the restaurant business, I was asked about bacteria in chicken the other day by a back yard cook. BACTERIA flourishes in poultry at temperatures between 40 degrees and 140 degrees, so don't let it sit out at room temperature too long before cooking. Bacteria on raw poultry can contaminate other food it comes in contact with, so it's vital you always use hot soapy water to thoroughly wash your hands, cutting board and any utensils used in preparation of poultry. The next step is to mix one cap of bleach to one gallon of water for a sanitizing solution and put solution in a spray applicator. Spray work area and tools and let air dry. Never let raw juices come in contact with cooked poultry. Practice safe clean work habits.
Hope this helps ones that didn't know? Keep it low and slow

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Poultry Pointer - T - 01-01-2006 04:47 PM
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