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A course in classic culinary arts will introduce you to food storage. You can get a step ahead of the classic culinary arts course with these tips on food storage.
• Don't store potatoes and onions under the sink. Pipes can leak onto the potatoes and onions, and this will damage and ruin the food.
• Do not use or purchase canned goods that are sticky on the outside. This is a sign of a leak.
• When storing food in the refrigerator, the temperature of the refrigerator should be 36 to 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
• Use older products before opening newer products.
• Using a permanent marker, write the date of the contents you store -- after three days the contents should be thrown out.
• Food should not sit out longer than two hours.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|