160 mL of water is about 5.41 US fluid ounces.
The length of time it takes for a carrot to mold depends a lot on the environmental factors. Carrots left in heat can begin to mold in a few days.
Normally, you can't remove salt from food once it has been added.
Mainly to prevent food poisoning, but also to prevent physical, environmental and chemical contamination, and in relation to catering having upmost customer satisfaction.
In a social care setting, key food safety standards include staff training in food hygiene, maintaining personal hygiene, safe food storage and preparation, allergen management, proper food serving practices, meeting dietary restrictions, traceability of food sources, regular cleaning and sanitizing, maintaining food safety records, complying with regulations, and promptly reporting and responding to food safety incidents. These standards are crucial to safeguard the health and well-being of vulnerable individuals in such environments, ensuring that food is prepared, stored, and served safely to prevent foodborne illnesses and contamination.
no it is not all it will make you do is feel really queezy and sick so you'll have to miss out on everything (even school for those who hate it) and it'll be your most awful moment.
As long as you don't open it it can last up to 5-7 years. If opened it can last 3-5 years.
I have a severe allergic reaction to MSG which has caused me to grow my own vegetables and carefully pick my foods.
Some of the bad side effects I've gotten have included
-insomnia, as a result of the seizures which I usually get when I'm about to go to sleep.
-Tightness and lock of jaw
-Stiffness of joints
These, I have found to be the result of my MSG intake...
It's a poison.
there are loads of causes, including;
classic| severe. classic galactosemia, can result in life-threatening complication's (classic galactocemia is the most severe type of this disorder)
clinical virant| moderate?
biochemical virant| mild/moderate?
durate virant| mild/severe?
I believe in the documentary Supersize me, it was stated that the average American eats fast food about twice a week.
No, fast foods are generally not good for people if they live off it. There are three things that make food taste good and that is salt, sugar and fats. The FDA is now on a rampage and forcing many restaurants (some of the big franchises) to clean up their act. Now there are more fast food restaurants where you can have the choice of healthy foods such as salads, homemade soups, etc., or junk food.
Junk food causes obesity in people and isn't heart healthy. However, in the Western countries we are suppose to have freedom of choice so if a person doesn't care enough to eat properly and only have a little junk food (treats every so often) then they pay the price. If we start allowing governments to dictate what we can eat, where one can smoke (even outside) then they will be telling you what you can read, what religious beliefs you can have and that's called dictatorship.
In general (although there are exceptions), fast food items contain too much salt, fats, carbs, and cholesterol to be considered "healthy" (Or rather, "healthful", as the correct term is.)
A documentary was made, in which an individual ate 3 meals a day at McDonald's for a month. This was done under a doctor's observation. According to the doctor involved and the physical appearance of the individual, his health suffered greatly from the experiment.
well until its mush in your mouth i chew around 15 times. Just swallow when you know your ready to swallow, but I am not completely sure. Try searching Google, as I am sure you will find your answer there. =)
They ate mostly meat eg. cows etc but on religious days they ate sacrifices because the sun god littaka gained strength from the human soul it beleived.
eating freezer ice is the least thing to do especially if u dont have a cold water, it's not safe... first it is composed of contaminated water because of the food inside the fridge, freshmeat leaks, and if ur unlucky and ur still using the freon fridge it could cause damages to your health in the long run. so it's still better to put a water in a stainless container and wait for ten minutes for u to have a cold water than take the risk of eating something u don't know what it's made of. -BELLE
It depends on the legislation in place in the region.
Food legislation varies from place to place.
Yes, you can sue, because it should be against permit policiy. :)
It is also a safety hazard because it could contain blood from someones body that could be contaminated with all sorts of disease, potentially making you very ill.
You can't sue just because it is there. You would need to claim some kind off damage from it.
Most restaurant owners will feel genuinely embarrassed by it and offer some compensation as a customer satisfaction issue as well as to prevent publicity and reports to the board of health.
Milk spoilage is generally the result of microbiological growth. In summer, temperatures normally go high - like 30 to 40 centigrade - which is the best growing temperature for micro-organisms. So milk spoils faster in summer. Winter temperatures are colder which will slow the growth of the spoilage microbes.
Your body is always eating some form of spore that floats in the air and lands on food, your hand, your mouth, or someone elses mouth. Your stomach contains a gastric acid, the purpose of which is to kill these molds. But then it depends on how much mold one injests. If the gastric acid can't handle the amount of mold, it will cause your body to react and vomit the uninvited guest.
It depends on what you mean. It can be dangerous to breathe mold spores. It can also cause other problems occasionally if you eat the mold or get it on your skin. Most of the extreme danger is to people who are allergic, but in general it is good to discard food that is moldy, and clean up mold in your home to avoid general health problems.
pathogens - micro organisms that cause disease. all viruses are pathogenic but only some are pathogenic to man.
certain bacteria cause disease in man.
spoilage organisms - micro organisms that do not cause disease but they do spoil food by growing in the food and producing substances which alter the colour, texture, and odour of the food
E.G = souring of milk , mould on breads and rotting of fruits and veg
Then it's ok! Don't worry.
Then you digest it. Don't worry, a single shell isn't going to hurt you. -Original Answer
Actually, that is partially correct.
It won't hurt you at all, in fact it is beneficial! The shell is made up of Chitin, is an organic fiber. It helps immensely in healing wounds, it is anti fungal & anti bacterial, and it also helps block fat. If you throw away the shell, you're throwing away something that your body uses daily (and most people lack fiber in their diet!)
IT IS NOT PERMANENT! WD-40, high pressure cleaning, acetone, and Mr. Clean Magic Eraser can get Permanent marker off.
Food and drinks should never be brought in the laboratory because there are alot of dangerous and harmful chemicals and if they came in your drink or food, food poisoning will occur.