3. Have Separate Cutting Boards
The easiest way to avoid food borne diseases is being careful with cooking surfaces. When you’re working with meat, make sure that you use two separate cutting boards, one for vegetables and one for cutting meat. Combining them is a great way to get sick.
4. Buy Local (Esp Eggs)
According to Idaho farmer Debi Vogel, even though small chicken flocks can get salmonella, small producers are better poised to respond to a crisis because they distribute a few dozen eggs rather than millions, giving consumers a greater sense of security about the food they buy from small farms. Outbreaks encourage us to know more about our food and the farmers that produce it. Additionally, the unhealthy confinement of animals allow for the contamination of livestock at such a rapid rate.