The US FDA model Food Code states in 2-201.11: Proper management of a food establishment operation begins with employing healthy people and instituting a system of identifying employees who present a risk of transmitting foodborne pathogens to food or to other employees. The person in charge is responsible for ensuring all food employees and conditional […]
Transglutaminase (Activa) Transglutaminase is affectionately called “meat glue”. It is sold to Chefs under the trade name Activa™. There may be other brands out there. It was discovered back in 1959 as a component of the blood clotting complement. A common example of culinary use is to bind a bacon wrap to another protein (steak, […]
Kefir Brian A. Nummer, Ph.D. November 2004 (originally written for the NCHFP/University of Georgia) Updated with Retail-foodservice options April 2015 SOP=standard operating procedure; CCP=critical control point Kefir is a cultured-milk beverage believed to have originated many centuries ago in the Northern Caucasus Mountains. Kefir has a uniform creamy consistency, a slightly sour taste somewhere between […]
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