Do You Wash Raw Chicken Before Cooking?

Infections in the kitchen can occur from a simple practice of washing chicken in a basin, during preparation and before cooking.

Campylobacter is able to survive in the droplets of water from the wash basin, meaning that this bacterium presents concerns during washing and defrosting practices, so much so that the international food safety specialists insist that you do not wash/rinse your chicken before cooking.

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