Misunderstanding On My Food Handlers Post

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PennySue Posted 24 Nov 2009 , 5:35pm
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Oh dear, I guess I wasn't clear in my original post. I'm not sharing or using a commercial kitchen to bake in. I'm going to be overseeing the use of our church's during the day (since I'm not working) and had to take this course in order to be up to speed. I only suggested it here as a means of keeping current with proper food handling techniques and practices. It never hurts to brush up on this and after taking it, it makes one very, very aware of dangerous practices. That's all. No breaking of the law here!

This is the site, once again, if anyone is interested in knowing about safe food practices. It is a ten lesson course with quizes and a final at the end. When you finish there is a certificate stating that you are a Certified Food Handler that you can take to your local Health Regulatory Agency for approval to recieve a food handler card.


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