Preparing Foods with Four Easy Steps Video

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Date Posted:
August 04, 2015

Food. It nourishes, brings us together and adds flavor to life. And it's important to prepare and handle food safely to reduce the risk of food poisoning. Registered dietitian nutritionist and chef Sara Haas offers tips on safely preparing foods at home.

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