Some Like It Hot: Using A Thermometer
Millions of people get sick from undercooked food each year— many chalk it up to a stomach bug or the flu, but oftentimes the cause is the food in your own home. Using a thermometer makes sure you’ve killed those pesky bacteria lurking in your food.
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