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    A Clean And Safe Kitchen

    Thu May 31, 2012 9:57 am
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    In days gone by, the kitchen was the warm hub of activity as meals were cooked and baked by the family cooks from mostly home-grown or locally-acquired ingredients. Many people shopped daily, and prepared and ate their food at home. It is still the place where everyone congregates for cozy conversation and a bite to eat. Eating in restaurants was saved for special occasions. But kitchens can harbor germs that ruin your day. This is especially true today.

    "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" -- remains true. Come to the discussion, take the test and see how your kitchen rates.
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