Safe cooking means you are cautious in taking the procedures of the preparation, cooking, and service of food. Regardless of the type and amount of food, we must be aware of what is healthy and harmful to our well-being.
Shopping for raw and store-bought ingredients is the most critical aspect before cooking. It might sound easy to buy groceries at the supermarket, but it requires attention to the expiry date, packaging, nutritional facts, and overall quality.
After shopping, the next step to consider is the proper storage of groceries. Your grocery list must also include the shelf life and temperature requirement that will help you to choose the proper storage for the dry and wet goods.
Before cooking, you have to thoroughly clean the ingredients. Check the quality of each ingredient to use by looking for some signs of contamination like bruises, spots, and odour.
For the cooking procedures, you must use toxin-free cookware to prevent any possible risks of food poisoning. Look for a non-toxic cookware material particularly Titanium Stainless Steel known for its durability and safety.