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Many people worry about the safety of foods cooked in restaurants, but foodborne illness can happen at home, too. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates 21 percent of foodborne illness outbreaks can be linked to food cooked in the home. Food safety concerns at home revolve around three main functions: food storage, food handling and cooking.
How safe is your home? Answer these questions to see how your family does in the “clean kitchen test” courtesy of Clemson Cooperative Extension.
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