Washing Or Rinsing Raw Chicken Before Cooking It Can Make You Sick: Report

Individuals are putting themselves at risk for illness when they wash or rinse raw poultry says a study from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Mindy Brashears, the USDA’s Deputy Under Secretary for Food Safety, joined FOX 5 Tuesday and said the major cross-contamination concerns are focused around the sink where the chicken is washed. Brashears said it is important to both clean and sanitize areas of the kitchen that any part of the chicken came in contact with. The USDA is recommending three easy options to help prevent illness when…

Chips, Pizza Among Foods Contributing to Low Sperm Count

New study ranks chips, pizza among foods contributing to low sperm count in men today. As a man, how much do you love your fries and burgers? A recent study suggests that the love for such just might be the reason you are struggling in the bedroom department. The study conducted by researchers and presented at the 2019 annual meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology in Vienna found that men who lived for high fat foods create some serious ramifications on their sperm count. SEE ALSO:…

How to cook sausages in a pan or microwave

Want learn how to cook sausages in a pan or microwave? Sausages or bangers can convert even the most basic last-minute meal into a masterpiece, but they can also be tricky to prepare. Most of the time, whenever people try to make them, the sausages end up charred on the outer part yet the inside would still be raw. On other occasions, the casings can split or by the time the links are ready to be eaten, they would be too dry. Any of these scenarios may have happened to…