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Where does a thermometer go after cooking poultry and being washed?
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What is the purpose of using a thermometer when cooking?
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Effect on thermometer reading if the thermometer is removed from the liquid when thermometer is being read?
Why should a clinical thermometer not be washed in hot water?
The idea is based avoiding use of the thermometer when it is reading "higher" than what it is that is being measured. Let's look at what's happening. If we wash a clinical thermometer in hot water, it will respond to that hot water. That will cause the reading to shoot up well above a hundred degrees. If we then try to use it, it will have to "cool down" under the tongue of the person we're using it on. It is actually being cooled by that person. The thermometer will take a relatively long time to reach the temperature of the individual whose temperature is being measured. And this time will vary, but will be longer than it would be for the thermometer to "come up" to temperature. One of the directions for using these thermometers is to first shake it down until it reads less than 95 degrees or so. If you're starting with a thermometer than has just been washed in hot water, you're not going to be able to shake it down per the directions. You'll have to run it under cool water for a bit to cool it so you can use it.
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What is the reason for trussing a poultry bird prior to cooking?
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Is the giblet bag in a turkey poisonous when cooked inside the turkey?
Accidental Cooking in Packaging Some giblets are paper wrapped before being inserted into the poultry body cavity. In this case, there would be no concern if the giblets are accidentally cooked inside the bird to a safe temperature. If giblets were packed in a plastic bag, and the bag has been altered or melted by the cooking process, do not use the giblets or the poultry because harmful chemicals may have leached into the surrounding meat. If the plastic bag was not altered, the giblets and poultry should be safe to use as long as the meat is fully cooked.
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How should a meat thermometer be inserted into a roaster?
Hi there a meat thermometer should be inserted very central .Being central will mean it will be show the temperature inside the food so you would know if it was cooking ok in there or not. be ssur to also insert it upright. Most thermometers have a mark indicating how deep the thermometer should be inserted. If not then insert up to the dial. If you mean a roast by "roaster" than as close to the center of the meat as possible or the thickest part of the meat.