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A cook could not reach something on the top shelf of a cabinet. He/she stepped on the counter to retrieve the item and fell. What should have been done to avoid the accident?
a) Get another kitchen worker to lift the cook b) Step on a kitchen chair c) Step on a sturdy trash can d) Use a sturdy step stool
The best way to check the internal temperature of food is to:
a) Cut it open to see if it looks done b) Touch the inside of the food being cooked or stored c) Touch the surface of the food to see if it feels hot to the touch d) Use a food grade thermometer and place it in the center of the food
What can be used to extinguish a small pan fire?
a) Baking soda b) Flour c) Salt d) Water
A small appliance plastic covering is cracked. What is the potential sanitation hazard?
a) It could cause the appliance not to work. b) It may indicate that the appliance is old c) The crack could allow food to build up and spread contamination d) There is no sanitation hazard
What food is most likely to cause a person to become sick from Salmonella?
a) Contaminated dairy products b) Improperly cooked meat and poultry c) Raw meat, unpasteurized dairy, leafy vegetables d) Stool-contaminated food, water, or contaminated raw oysters
What is the difference between food safety and sanitation?
a) Food sanitation deals with cleanliness of the food preparer; food safety, the cleanliness of food prep areas b) Food sanitation deals with cooking temperatures; food safety deals with cooking utensils c) Food safety is how food is handled to prevent foodborne illensses; food sanitation is the cleanliness of equipment d) Food sanitation deals with foodborne illness and preventing accidents; food safety deals with equipment
In kitchen group two, Mary had to keep going back to the pantry to get ingredients and Jason was trying to find the saucepan 30 minutes into the lab. What did this lab group do poorly?
a) Use of the recipe b) Collection of all equipment and ingredients c) Application of sanitation procedures d) Division of tasks among lab members equitably
David was unhappy with the taste of the homemade soup he made. He decided he would add more spice. This is an example of what strategy of the work plan?
a) Develop a timetable b) Evaluate the work plan and product c) Make and carry out a work plan d) Select a recipe
In kitchen group one John prepared the soup by himself, while the rest of the lab members cleaned. What did this lab group do poorly?
a) Use of the recipe b) Collection of all equipment and ingredients c) Application of sanitation procedures d) Division of tasks among lab members equitably
Jan noticed that Evan was running behind on his tasks in the work plan, so she worked on dishes so he could finish. This is an example of:
a) Communication b) Cooperation c) Organization d) Responsibility
Nan is preparing lunch. Which food product will take the most time to prepare? She plans to serve chicken tacos, southwestern corn, store bought chocolate chip cookies, and milk.
a) Southwestern corn b) Milk c) Store-bought cookies d) Chicken tacos
Sam is exhausted from planning, shopping for, and preparing a special Valentine's Day dinner for Lee. What should Sam have done differently during meal planning?
a) Planned and shopped at least 1-2 days before b) Purchased the meal from a fast-food restaurant c) Shopped for the ingredients 2 weeks before d) Asked Lee to do the shopping
Susan made hamburgers with lettuce, tomato, and mayo, sweet potato fries, and tea. The burgers were cold by the time the fries were done and the ice had melted in the tea. What part of the work plan was left out?
a) Develop a timetable b) Make and carry out a work plan c) Evaluate the work plan and product d) Select, read, and interpret the recipe
Ginnie is sorting aluminum cans, plastic bottles and newspapers each week and placing them in a bin for pickup. This is an example of:
a) Recycling b) Reducing c) Responding d) Reusing
Which is a benefit of conservation practices?
a) Using less non-renewable resources b) More trash in landfills c) Using more non-renewable resources d) Increases costs
Running the dishwasher only when there is a full load of dishes to wash is an example of:
a) Recycling b) Reducing c) Responding d) Reusing
Alice is making soup using leftover h am and vegetables. This is an example of:
a) Recycling b) Reducing c) Responding d) Reusing
Apex Cereal Company changed their packaging from a bag inside of a box, to just a bag. This is an example of:
a) Reduce b) Reuse c) Recycle d) Respond
Little Italy Restaurant is installing low-flow faucets, energy efficient appliances, and sealing windows and doors. What benefit of conservation practices are they most likely going to experience?
a) Reduced costs b) Increased costs c) Less trash in landfills d) More trash in landfills
How can a person prevent bodily injury while cooking in the kitchen?
a) Avoid wearing a chef's hat b) Avoid wearing loose clothing and jewelry c) Avoid pulling long hair back into a pony-tail d) Avoid wearing closed-toed shoes
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