Cooling  food too  slowly  can help bacteria multiply and cause  food poisoning . Food that has just been cooked, or taken...
Do not put  hot food  straight from the oven or stove into the refrigerator, cool room or freezer, because it can cause th...
The rule is that food must  cool  from  60ºC to 21ºC  in the first two  (2) hours , and then to  5ºC  in the next four  (4...
It takes  longer  to cool large portions of food, so it is usually better to divide large portions into  small  batches be...
Food that is  not  cooled quickly enough can allow bacteria to  multiply
Cover and label  with the  type  of food and the  time  and  date  before placing it into the cool room, refrigerator or f...
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Cooling

  1. 1. Cooling food too slowly can help bacteria multiply and cause food poisoning . Food that has just been cooked, or taken out of the oven to cool should not be left out to long
  2. 2. Do not put hot food straight from the oven or stove into the refrigerator, cool room or freezer, because it can cause the temperature inside to rise .
  3. 3. The rule is that food must cool from 60ºC to 21ºC in the first two (2) hours , and then to 5ºC in the next four (4) hours . Once it has cooled to 21ºC it should be put in the refrigerator
  4. 4. It takes longer to cool large portions of food, so it is usually better to divide large portions into small batches before cooling
  5. 5. Food that is not cooled quickly enough can allow bacteria to multiply
  6. 6. Cover and label with the type of food and the time and date before placing it into the cool room, refrigerator or freezer

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