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Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
How do you walk safely with a knife?
  1. hold knife facing up with the blade on a slight angle
  2. hold knife facing out and on a slight angle
  3. hold knife facing down and on a slight angle
  4. hold knife by the blade and on a slight angle
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Identify the illness caused by food that is not safe to consume.
  1. food sanitation
  2. food poisoning
  3. food incubation
  4. food degradation
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Identify how to cut safely when using a knife.
  1. cut towards your body
  2. cut away from your body
  3. cut on a diagonal
  4. cut towards your body, closest to your fingers
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Identify the behavior that is not safe while cooking in the kitchen.
  1. keep cupboards and drawers closed after using them
  2. keep tools and equipment away from the edge of the counter
  3. wait until you're finished cooking before cleaning spills on the floor
  4. communicate when you are opening the oven or carrying hot food to the sink
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
The best way to thaw Frozen food should be in the                        
  1. Sink
  2. Oven
  3. Refrigerator
  4. Pan it will be cooked in
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Which phrase best fits food safety and sanitation?
  1. When in doubt, throw it out.
  2. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
  3. Measure twice, cut once.
  4. An ounce of saftey is worth a pound of cured ham.
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
What are the four steps of Food Safety?
  1. cook, chill, clean, eat
  2. chill, cook, clean separate
  3. sanitize, clean, separate, cook
  4. cook, chill, rinse, clean
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
The Danger Zone temperature range is:               degrees, the most favorable condition for rapid growth of many pathogens.
  1. 35 to 120
  2. 40 to 125
  3. 45 to 140
  4. 50 to 150
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
What is the difference between food safety and sanitation?
  1. Food sanitation deals with the food preparer; food safety deals with the cleanliness of the work area.
  2. Food sanitation deals with cooking temperatures; food safety deals with cooking utensils
  3. Food safety is how food is handled to prevent food-borne illness; food sanitation is the cleanliness of equipment and facilities.
  4. Food safety is handling equipment the correct way; food sanitation deals with the prevention of accidents and illness.
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
What is the best way to put out a grease fire?
  1. pour water on it
  2. put a dishtowel over it
  3. smother it with the lid or baking soda, flour, or some type of powder substance
  4. pick up the pot, throw it in a sink and run water on it
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
What are the recommended steps from the UDSA for food safety?
  1. Clean, Caution, Cook, Chill
  2. Shop, Chill, Cook, Clean
  3. Cook, Cover, Clean, Chill
  4. Clean, Separate, Cook, Chill
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Which is a risk for cross contamination?
  1. Cutting raw vegetables with a clean knife
  2. Using one cutting board for meats and another for vegetables
  3. Using one cutting board for all food prep
  4. Washing hands often
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Microscopic organisms is             bacteria.            
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Bacteria that require the presence of oxygen to function is                     aerobic bacteria.                    
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Cross contamination is the transference of disease causing elements from one source to another through physical contact.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
                        is the sickness caused by eating food that contains a harmful substance.
  1. Food Transmitted Disease
  2. Foodborne Illness
  3. Bacterial Food Disease
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
During food lab, wearing loose clothes or long chains could lead to injury.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Food that has been contaminated to the point that it is considered unfit for human consumption is                    adulterated food.                    
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Conditions and practices followed to maintain health, including sanitation and personal cleanliness is          hygiene          
Grade 9 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
An illness in humans caused by the consumption of an adulterated food product is a                       food-borne illness.                      
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