About.com offers expert, quality information that helps people find solutions to daily needs.
Displaying 1 - 10 of 971

Articles related to cross contamination

What Is Cross Contamination? - Culinary Arts - About.com
Cross contamination is what happens when bacteria from one food item are transferred to another, often by way of unwashed cutting boards or countertops.
Gluten Cross-Contamination - Where Does It Come From?
Gluten cross-contamination - enough to make you sick - can occur in many different places. Here's a primer to help you avoid the problem.
Cross Contamination - Definition and Examples - Food Allergies
Apr 28, 2014 ... Definition of Cross Contamination in terms of food allergies.
How to Avoid Allergy Cross-Contamination - Food Allergies - About ...
Aug 28, 2007 ... Cross-contamination occurs when a food that does not itself contain any allergens is tainted with an allergen during food preparation, cooking, ...
What is Gluten Cross-Contamination? - Celiac Disease - About.com
Jun 18, 2014 ... Cross-contamination is when gluten-free food comes into contact with food that does contain gluten. Here are gluten safety tips to help prevent ...
Cross-Contamination Prevention Overview - Tattoos / Body Piercings
What is Cross Contamination? First of all, what is cross-contamination? The glossary describes it as "the spreading of germs, bacteria and/or disease by carrying ...
Preventing Gluten Cross-Contamination on the Gluten-Free Diet
How can you prevent gluten cross-contamination if you follow the gluten-free diet ? It's tougher than you think. Here are some tips.
Color-Coded Cutting Boards: Prevent Cross-Contamination
One of the most common causes of food-related illness (a.k.a food poisoning) is something called cross-contamination, or the transfer of harmful bacteria from ...
Wheat Harvest Time Shows How Gluten Cross-Contamination Occurs
Jul 9, 2013 ... But it's also an educational time for me, mainly because it gives me a chance to see first-hand how gluten cross-contamination can start, right ...
Make Your Kitchen Gluten-Free - Banish The Gluten - Celiac Disease
Although these might be fine in their unopened state, opened containers probably have some gluten cross-contamination from your previous baking activities ...
1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |  5  |  6  |  7  |  8  |  9  |  10      Next >

©2014 About.com. All rights reserved.