Rinsing raw chicken can spread bacteria

08/26/2013 | National Public Radio

Julia Child's insistence on washing raw chicken before cooking is the wrong way to go, according to Drexel University food safety researcher Jennifer Quinlan. Washing the meat can send bacteria such as salmonella and Campylobacter into the air, landing on surfaces and spreading food-borne illnesses. The best way to prevent foodborne illness is to cook poultry to the appropriate temperature and make sure to keep surfaces and utensils clean.

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