The FUN-damentals of Food Safety: Protect Your Family

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We all gotta’ eat.  But how we eat can take a huge toll on our health.  Did you know that there are over 48 million cases of food borne illness in the United States every year?  Of that, 125,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths?! These numbers are insane and all contributed to the lack of food safety in and outside of the home.


Everyone wants to have fun eating out, cooking amazing meals or dreaming of becoming the next Food Network Star but if you don’t know how to protect yourself and your family from food borne illness, it can be disastrous.  In this episode of The Real Dish, I reveal the essentials of food safety – what to do, what to look for and how to mitigate your risk from infection.  I know food safety may not seem like the epitome of a fun topic, but listening this podcast on how you can protect your family from foodborne illness is time well spent – especially if you can save them from multiple trips to the bathroom, the hospital…or worse.  This is the stuff that no one teaches, but I break it down for you into bite sized bits that you can sink your teeth into.

Tune in to Episode 8 of The Real Dish with Chef Mareya, the founder of Eat Cleaner, to learn about the four fundamentals of food safety.   

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Chef Mareya talks about the four “C’s” of food safety to help protect you and your family from food borne illness, when cooking in the home and eating out.  You never want to invite Salmonella, E.coli, listeria and other bacteria to your table.  These are four easy steps to be aware of to ensure safe food that’s fit to eat.

The Real Dish – Episode 8


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