As a lot of people do, probably you are also washing raw chicken before you cook it. At first, it seems that the washing is adequate as you avoid potential contamination caused by the food.
According to Professor Jennifer Kwinlan from the Drexel University, when you buy a frozen chicken, it already has salmonella or Campylobacter or even both. These two bacteria are the main reason for food contamination.
When you wash a frozen chicken, you are probably spreading the bacteria all over the kitchen and on you as well. This is because the water you use for washing the chicken isn’t hot enough to kill germs.
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