Friday, April 6, 2012

FDA Gives Safety Tips For Dyeing Eater Eggs

Refrigerate eggs promptly.
Keep clean.
Cook eggs thoroughly.
Separate (i.e., Never let raw eggs come into contact with any food that will be eaten raw)

FDA Gives Safety Tips For Dyeing Eater Eggs « CBS Detroit:

"Colored eggs are emblems of Easter. But eggs, when not handled with special care, can cause food poisoning. The FDA has provided a few quick tips about dealing with eggs to help prevent foodborne illness.

Salmonella, an organism that causes nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, cramps, and fever, can be found on both the outside and inside of eggs that look perfectly normal."

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