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New Food Safety Show and Tell Video

New Food Safety Show and Tell Video

A visual presentation of food safety

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Eastern Food Safety prides itself on providing clear instructions of food safety guidelines. The company has produced The Pocket Guide to Food Safety, Don’t Pick off the Croutons (an allergy guide for foodservice), and many other safety manuals, and now they are sharing their resources through video.

Eastern Food Safety has created "Food Safety Show and Tell," which is a language-free, visual presentation of food safety procedures for beginner to advanced food workers. The videos are short cooking demonstrations led by Cindy Rice ,a certified food safety instructor, and Richard Andrea, a veteran chef. Together, the team will cover topics such as personal hygiene, cross-contamination, food storage and labeling, time and temperature controls, and cleaning and sanitizing procedures. The videos are highly-accessible since the program includes online access from any mobile device at a set price for three months of usage.

Their goal is to eliminate the language barrier found in many food service industries and to provide quality food safety education to all food workers.


Just Try It! How Do You Convince People To Try New Foods?

Whether you’re traveling in Asia or at a friend’s house for dinner, trying a new food is its own kind of culinary adventure! The thing is, though, sometimes stepping outside our comfort zone to try a strange dish or sample an unfamiliar ingredient can take a real leap of faith. How do you convince yourself or the people you’re with to try something new?

For ourselves, we take the route of curious anthropologist. We try to stay open-minded and wait to decide whether we like something or not until we’ve given it a fair try. If we’re feeling squeamish, we tell ourselves, “One bite won’t kill me!” (We do draw the line if we’re at all unsure about the food safety of the dish we’re being served, though!)

For other people, we try to be patient. We offer bites of our food and tell them exactly what’s in it. We have also found that describing how we first heard about this dish and what it is we like about it will set people at ease.

What about you? Are you an adventurous eater? Do you also try to convince your companions to try something new?


Just Try It! How Do You Convince People To Try New Foods?

Whether you’re traveling in Asia or at a friend’s house for dinner, trying a new food is its own kind of culinary adventure! The thing is, though, sometimes stepping outside our comfort zone to try a strange dish or sample an unfamiliar ingredient can take a real leap of faith. How do you convince yourself or the people you’re with to try something new?

For ourselves, we take the route of curious anthropologist. We try to stay open-minded and wait to decide whether we like something or not until we’ve given it a fair try. If we’re feeling squeamish, we tell ourselves, “One bite won’t kill me!” (We do draw the line if we’re at all unsure about the food safety of the dish we’re being served, though!)

For other people, we try to be patient. We offer bites of our food and tell them exactly what’s in it. We have also found that describing how we first heard about this dish and what it is we like about it will set people at ease.

What about you? Are you an adventurous eater? Do you also try to convince your companions to try something new?


Just Try It! How Do You Convince People To Try New Foods?

Whether you’re traveling in Asia or at a friend’s house for dinner, trying a new food is its own kind of culinary adventure! The thing is, though, sometimes stepping outside our comfort zone to try a strange dish or sample an unfamiliar ingredient can take a real leap of faith. How do you convince yourself or the people you’re with to try something new?

For ourselves, we take the route of curious anthropologist. We try to stay open-minded and wait to decide whether we like something or not until we’ve given it a fair try. If we’re feeling squeamish, we tell ourselves, “One bite won’t kill me!” (We do draw the line if we’re at all unsure about the food safety of the dish we’re being served, though!)

For other people, we try to be patient. We offer bites of our food and tell them exactly what’s in it. We have also found that describing how we first heard about this dish and what it is we like about it will set people at ease.

What about you? Are you an adventurous eater? Do you also try to convince your companions to try something new?


Just Try It! How Do You Convince People To Try New Foods?

Whether you’re traveling in Asia or at a friend’s house for dinner, trying a new food is its own kind of culinary adventure! The thing is, though, sometimes stepping outside our comfort zone to try a strange dish or sample an unfamiliar ingredient can take a real leap of faith. How do you convince yourself or the people you’re with to try something new?

For ourselves, we take the route of curious anthropologist. We try to stay open-minded and wait to decide whether we like something or not until we’ve given it a fair try. If we’re feeling squeamish, we tell ourselves, “One bite won’t kill me!” (We do draw the line if we’re at all unsure about the food safety of the dish we’re being served, though!)

For other people, we try to be patient. We offer bites of our food and tell them exactly what’s in it. We have also found that describing how we first heard about this dish and what it is we like about it will set people at ease.

What about you? Are you an adventurous eater? Do you also try to convince your companions to try something new?


Just Try It! How Do You Convince People To Try New Foods?

Whether you’re traveling in Asia or at a friend’s house for dinner, trying a new food is its own kind of culinary adventure! The thing is, though, sometimes stepping outside our comfort zone to try a strange dish or sample an unfamiliar ingredient can take a real leap of faith. How do you convince yourself or the people you’re with to try something new?

For ourselves, we take the route of curious anthropologist. We try to stay open-minded and wait to decide whether we like something or not until we’ve given it a fair try. If we’re feeling squeamish, we tell ourselves, “One bite won’t kill me!” (We do draw the line if we’re at all unsure about the food safety of the dish we’re being served, though!)

For other people, we try to be patient. We offer bites of our food and tell them exactly what’s in it. We have also found that describing how we first heard about this dish and what it is we like about it will set people at ease.

What about you? Are you an adventurous eater? Do you also try to convince your companions to try something new?


Just Try It! How Do You Convince People To Try New Foods?

Whether you’re traveling in Asia or at a friend’s house for dinner, trying a new food is its own kind of culinary adventure! The thing is, though, sometimes stepping outside our comfort zone to try a strange dish or sample an unfamiliar ingredient can take a real leap of faith. How do you convince yourself or the people you’re with to try something new?

For ourselves, we take the route of curious anthropologist. We try to stay open-minded and wait to decide whether we like something or not until we’ve given it a fair try. If we’re feeling squeamish, we tell ourselves, “One bite won’t kill me!” (We do draw the line if we’re at all unsure about the food safety of the dish we’re being served, though!)

For other people, we try to be patient. We offer bites of our food and tell them exactly what’s in it. We have also found that describing how we first heard about this dish and what it is we like about it will set people at ease.

What about you? Are you an adventurous eater? Do you also try to convince your companions to try something new?


Just Try It! How Do You Convince People To Try New Foods?

Whether you’re traveling in Asia or at a friend’s house for dinner, trying a new food is its own kind of culinary adventure! The thing is, though, sometimes stepping outside our comfort zone to try a strange dish or sample an unfamiliar ingredient can take a real leap of faith. How do you convince yourself or the people you’re with to try something new?

For ourselves, we take the route of curious anthropologist. We try to stay open-minded and wait to decide whether we like something or not until we’ve given it a fair try. If we’re feeling squeamish, we tell ourselves, “One bite won’t kill me!” (We do draw the line if we’re at all unsure about the food safety of the dish we’re being served, though!)

For other people, we try to be patient. We offer bites of our food and tell them exactly what’s in it. We have also found that describing how we first heard about this dish and what it is we like about it will set people at ease.

What about you? Are you an adventurous eater? Do you also try to convince your companions to try something new?


Just Try It! How Do You Convince People To Try New Foods?

Whether you’re traveling in Asia or at a friend’s house for dinner, trying a new food is its own kind of culinary adventure! The thing is, though, sometimes stepping outside our comfort zone to try a strange dish or sample an unfamiliar ingredient can take a real leap of faith. How do you convince yourself or the people you’re with to try something new?

For ourselves, we take the route of curious anthropologist. We try to stay open-minded and wait to decide whether we like something or not until we’ve given it a fair try. If we’re feeling squeamish, we tell ourselves, “One bite won’t kill me!” (We do draw the line if we’re at all unsure about the food safety of the dish we’re being served, though!)

For other people, we try to be patient. We offer bites of our food and tell them exactly what’s in it. We have also found that describing how we first heard about this dish and what it is we like about it will set people at ease.

What about you? Are you an adventurous eater? Do you also try to convince your companions to try something new?


Just Try It! How Do You Convince People To Try New Foods?

Whether you’re traveling in Asia or at a friend’s house for dinner, trying a new food is its own kind of culinary adventure! The thing is, though, sometimes stepping outside our comfort zone to try a strange dish or sample an unfamiliar ingredient can take a real leap of faith. How do you convince yourself or the people you’re with to try something new?

For ourselves, we take the route of curious anthropologist. We try to stay open-minded and wait to decide whether we like something or not until we’ve given it a fair try. If we’re feeling squeamish, we tell ourselves, “One bite won’t kill me!” (We do draw the line if we’re at all unsure about the food safety of the dish we’re being served, though!)

For other people, we try to be patient. We offer bites of our food and tell them exactly what’s in it. We have also found that describing how we first heard about this dish and what it is we like about it will set people at ease.

What about you? Are you an adventurous eater? Do you also try to convince your companions to try something new?


Just Try It! How Do You Convince People To Try New Foods?

Whether you’re traveling in Asia or at a friend’s house for dinner, trying a new food is its own kind of culinary adventure! The thing is, though, sometimes stepping outside our comfort zone to try a strange dish or sample an unfamiliar ingredient can take a real leap of faith. How do you convince yourself or the people you’re with to try something new?

For ourselves, we take the route of curious anthropologist. We try to stay open-minded and wait to decide whether we like something or not until we’ve given it a fair try. If we’re feeling squeamish, we tell ourselves, “One bite won’t kill me!” (We do draw the line if we’re at all unsure about the food safety of the dish we’re being served, though!)

For other people, we try to be patient. We offer bites of our food and tell them exactly what’s in it. We have also found that describing how we first heard about this dish and what it is we like about it will set people at ease.

What about you? Are you an adventurous eater? Do you also try to convince your companions to try something new?


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