Food And Nutrition I
Students will consistently demonstrate kitchen safety procedures and sanitation techniques.
Identify health and hygiene requirements for food handling. STEM (Science)
Handwashing and Dishwashing
This lesson teaches students about handwashing and dishwashing using information sheets.
Handwashing and Sanitation
The students will visualize firsthand the importance of proper handwashing by using Glo-Germ - an assimilated germ source, varying temperatures of water and length of washing time as observed under a dark light. Proper handwashing, preparing foods by applying sanitation rules and guidelines will help to prevent food-borne illnesses and contamination.
Types of Cleaners. The Known. The Unknown
To clean!!! What, why and when
Kitchen Introduction Unit Test
Testing the student's knowledge on Kitchen Safety, Sanitation, Equipment, Measuring, Cooking Terms, Abbreviations, Substitutions, Equivalents, Reading and Parts of a Recipe, and the Microwave Oven.
Safe and Sanitary Work Habits - Level I
Safe and sanitary work habits.
After spending a couple of class periods reviewing and talking about safety and sanitation, have the students prepare a taco salad as a group to practice good safety and sanitation procedures.
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