[Vision2020] Fw: Cutting Board Conundrum
lfalen at turbonet.com
Thu Feb 19 16:59:17 PST 2015
Subject: Cutting Board Conundrum
From: "Berkeley Wellness Alerts" <berkeleywellnessalerts at ew.berkeleywellnessalerts.com>
To: lfalen at turbonet.com
Date: 02/19/15 12:01:12
Cutting Board Conundrum
What's better to use to prevent foodborne illness -- a wooden or plastic cutting board? You've probably heard this question before, and have probably gotten different answers. You're not alone -- even experts disagree on what's best.
On the one hand, some research, including a study last year in Food Control, suggests that wood is the way to go. Then again, other research supports the notion that plastic is safer.
As the debate continues, what's a home cook to do? Get on board with our 6 tips for keeping it safe in the kitchen.
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