Most at-home cooks probably feel pretty confident that they know how to
handle raw foods, avoid germs and bacteria, and generally keep their
kitchen spick-and-span. But a closer look at their cutting boards—and
hands—might suggest otherwise.
As a Health.com poll of some 400
readers and 100 professional chefs reveals, our counter intelligence is
still somewhat...medieval. Here's how to make sure the only thing you
spread—and get!—in the kitchen is good cheer.(under the courtesy of www.health.com)