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Welcome back to all not that foxnews.com I'm Jonathan Hunt food safety is a major issue these days we hear all the time it seems new warnings about.
Bacteria in off food however it gets that -- one of the things everybody's always concerned about is chicken.
What should you do with -- poultry -- doctor Jennifer Quinlan is associate professor the department of nutrition sciences at Drexel University.
And I just don't -- this and that some of -- he.
All the ways of doing things we're now thinking might not be the right ways of doing things.
Well it's it's just been assumed by a lot of people that you watched chicken a lot of people when we do our but surveying.
Just believe that by -- chicken they were doing the right thing and in fact they're the USDA has recommended for some time now not to watch chicken.
There's no need for it and it could potentially.
Increased cross contamination so there's really no need to to Washington what if it was good enough for Julia -- silly is that enough for all of us.
Well -- and you'll actually the fine there was some debate even in the culinary world as to whether or not to watch chicken so we do see some some.
Culinary recommendations to watch but there's really no need.
From a a safety point of view -- to wash it.
You mentioned that it couldn't -- so you know increase the risk house.
So we know that that it's raw chicken that's going to have potential pathogens on it.
And if you just take it from the package to the pain and it then you you minimize any chance of cross contamination.
If you put it under water you start to expose it to water.
You increase the chances that you're gonna now start to -- allies the bacteria they're going to spread you know they're going to be in in the -- -- around the prep area.
And again it serves no benefit to do it so there's really no need to do it.
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