Wednesday, March 2, 2016

WARNING Never Consume Them After Cooking : Never Reheat These 5 Ingredients!

WARNING Never Consume Them After Cooking : Never Reheat These 5 Ingredients!
The employees, who deliver food in plastic containers, reheating it in the microwave at work, are saving time and money. But, not everyone responds well to reheated food – it reacts with the bacteria while in the container or the proteins are destroyed during cooking.

There are many untruths that circulate about warming foods, but these five kinds of food, according to the Commission Regulation of standards in the diet and the European Council on the issue of food should not be heated several times.

Chicken

Chicken and other poultry contain a certain amount of salmonella in itself, just as the eggs. This can be a problem, especially for reheating in the microwave, which doesn’t heat all the pieces of meat evenly. This means that some parts of the chicken cook faster than others, and it is therefore necessary to turn the meat frequently for the heat to penetrated everywhere.

Rice

How the rice is kept after cooking is more important than heating up, according to the report of the Standards in the diet. If stored at room temperature, the spores can create a toxin that causes vomiting or diarrhea, and reheating them will not solve this.

Potatoes

The problem with re-heating is not as big as, as with rice. If you leave it to cool to room temperature, and do not place it in the refrigerator, it may cause the creation of the bacterium Clostridium botulinum or botulism, especially if the potatoes are covered with foil, so oxygen cannot get to them. Reheating potatoes doesn’t kill the bacteria, but it should be removed as soon as it cools down.

Mushrooms

Mushrooms contain proteins that are readily destroyed by enzymes and microorganisms. If properly stored, they are perishable and can cause stomach ailments after reheating. However, from the Commission’s Food advise: if stored in the refrigerator, not more than 24 hours, it will not be a problem to reheat the mushrooms at the recommended temperature of 70c.

Spinach and other leafy vegetables

Spinach and other leafy vegetables can have a very high content of nitrate, depending on where the vegetables were grown. Nitrates themselves are harmless, but can be converted to nitrite and then to nitrosamines, some of which are carcinogenic. This affects the ability of blood flow that carries oxygen, and a disorder known as blue baby syndrome occurs in young children. Therefore, the Commission advises not to heat up spinach once you store it.

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