Make sure to wash your produce, utensils, cooking surfaces, and hands to reduce the spread of harmful bacteria. Keep meat, poultry, seafood, and eggs separate – from the grocery store to the refrigerator to the cutting board.
While you’re cooking, use a thermometer to ensure your food has been safely cooked to at least 140˚F. Once food has been cooked, either keep it hot or put it in the refrigerator to slow bacterial growth.
• Vegetable oil
• Hand soap
Mix some cinnamon and vegetable oil in a small bowl.
Coat your hands with the mixture.
Wash your hands in cold water, warm water, or warm water with soap to see which cleans the best.
Washing your hands right will wash off the cinnamon as well as invisible, harmful bacteria. How long does it take? You should wash for 30 seconds with warm water and soap in order to get your hands clean.