Even when no one is in your kitchen, it is crowded. The refrigerator, sink, and counters are all covered with microbes that are just hanging around. They are inadvertent remnants from the raw chicken you used in that recipe last night, brewing a bacterial cocktail in your Nespresso machine, or just growing their merry little colonies on your leftovers.

So before your next big dinner or baking extravaganza, take a heads-up look at the microbes in your food and your kitchen. While not all microbes are bad, there are plenty of ways they can make you sick — and no one wants to poison their guests… more


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