Myths About Chicken, Eggs And Other Foods Busted!

Myths About Chicken, Eggs And Other Foods Busted!
Add to Favorites By Janice Cole, Minnesota Do you wash your chicken thoroughly before cooking? Store your farm fresh eggs at room temperature? Carefully baste your roast turkey and chicken? And cook your pasta in large amounts of water? Of course you do. You may not follow all of these rules, but it’s more than likely you follow some of them. We all do it — follow steps and procedures because that’s the way it’s always been done or because that’s how we were taught. Therefore it’s correct, right? Ready to Start Your Flock?Our poultry experts have put together this FREE guide to help you get started. YES! I want this Free Report » Well, wrong! Many of the so-called rules-of-cooking have no basis in fact. When tested, food scientists and chefs have found that many of our time-honored techniques are unnecessary and may in fact be wrong and even unhealthy. The following are common practices and the evidence behind whether they’re correct or not. Myth: It’s Important To Wash

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