sometimes we eat at a restaurant and we endup with vomits, cramps, and sometimes even weekness and fever, well the true is that food is very easy to get bacterias, if you order a food and is not hot the way it supost to be retur it and ask them for a new meal and to be hot, see if food is cold or not hot enough that means that probably was out side at room temperature for a while that makes the food to produce bacterias, and make you seek after eating even a small portion, theres alot of viruses, bacterias,parasites, and alot more..... that can easily get you seek, and sometimes in very serious conditions, make sure that the people prepering your food either wash their hands before making your food or that their weard a new pair of gloves, i go to school for culinary arts and we lern about food contamination and the ways to prevent it, trust me we have to be very careful were we eat and who is prepering our food, especially when we have kids they are at more risk because they ammune systems have not built strong yet, and also the elderly people the ammune system weaken with age,so been careful is one step, any questions im here to help and answer your questions.
we eat oly from restaurants that proudly display their "Serve Safe" diplomas as well as their latest score from the city surveyors of restaurants.
I hope you have this where you live. it is a gauarantee tha the restauarant is perfectly safe to eat at and your food will always be "served safe"
very important what you have shared. I recently read a book which was talking about the different forms of bacteria and how our food preparation is so important in avoiding food poisoning which is much more common than we imagine.
when we eat out, it is hard for us to know if precaution is being taken from the preparers. I do not ever eat food from a salad bar, ever. I like your advice about sending the food back if it's not hot enough!
im glad to see that someone really pay attention to messeges like these, and yes your right bacterias transforms in diffferents forms thats call spores, and bolive it or not in only 20 minutes goes from 2 cells to billions in few hours, some of these bacteras produce toxins(POISON), AND CAN NOT BE DESTROY BY COOKINK OR REHEATING, SO IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO TAKE IT SERIOUS. HOPE THERES MORE PEOPLE LIKE YOU THAT REALLY TAKES THIS FACTS SERIOUS.
The best way to prevent getting sick is not eating out at all. I personally don't trust most restaurants and eat out very rarely, because I suspect that most ingredients used in restaurants are very poor quality.
Read the references and always go on trusted places.
And of course, avoid some food during summer, such as minced meet, caked made of raw eggs, all kinds of cream, mayonnaise and so on.
by all about health 7 years ago
My wife is lucky if i want to eat out once a week.
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by Brian L. Powell 6 years ago
If a person establishes a restaurant, what need is that restaurant meeting? Is is food or is that too simple of an answer? Is it the experience or the convenience? Since the French Revolution, restaurants have been evolving and I think the question is interesting.
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