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Catering, Food Handling and Awareness *OnTopic* Forum to educate us on safe food handling. Not specifically for Catering or competition but overall health and keeping our families safe too.


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Unread 07-16-2006, 10:49 AM   #1
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Default Practice test answers

1. D 21. D 41. D
2. B 22. A 42. D
3. A 23. B 43. B
4. D 24. D 44. A
5. C 25. A 45. C
6. C 26. B 46. B
7. A 27. B 47. A
8. B 28. A 48. A
9. D 29. C 49. C
10. C 30. B 50. C
11. C 31. B 51. D
12. D 32. C 52. B
13. D 33. B 53. D
14. D 34. D 54. D
15. C 35. A 55. D
16. C 36. B
17. D 37. B
18. B 38. C
19. D 39. A
20. C 40. C

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Unread 07-16-2006, 11:17 AM   #2
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Got 7 wrong. Went back and checked the wrong ones and learned something. Thanks Joe.

I did find it interesting to learn that a person with aids may work unrestricted in food prep. as long as no other preventive condition is present.

Do you realy store table wiping cloths in a sanitizing solution?
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I missed three. The ones about leaving the screen door open, how long possum can be left out, and how to tell which ditch is safe to catch mud bugs. Better luck next time...
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I missed three. The ones about leaving the screen door open, how long possum can be left out, and how to tell which ditch is safe to catch mud bugs. Better luck next time...
Half a mouthful of lunch just scattered on my screen.
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Joe
I missed 9 and think two of those are new or state requirements. the rest I missed I learned something . Thanks. (1 is stated dependent NY is funny but you can. and 39 The last number I heard was many years ago in Florida was 4 inches which must have changed.) Thanks again for the time and effort to help us all.
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i missed 14 I thought I was good with food handeling it just shows how much we all can learn
good job guys
I learned some new stuff to day

thanks york
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i AM smarter that the average 5th grader. I only missed 21 and all of those we about my first experience with indoor plumbing....however; I did stay at a LaQuinta Inn and Suites last night.
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I missed 8. Not too bad not having had a course. And....I learned something.
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Just an update...the temperature danger zone has been changed to 40-140, so the correct answer to #2 isn't available.
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I missed 9. # 9 is tricky because A and D are the same just backwards...
Not bad for not talking the course yet.. :)
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Missed 12,, not to bad for a begainer,,
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I got 9 wrong. I am not in the food service business but I was in the grocery business for 13 years. This was interesting and informative.

Ones I got wrong:
31
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Just an update...the temperature danger zone has been changed to 40-140, so the correct answer to #2 isn't available.
As a Food Service Officer in the Navy years ago I went by the 40/140 rule. I thought maybe the range had been changed when I saw this test.

I got 9 wrong (one or two about the 135 temp), but it was better than I thought after so many years.

Good Info
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Got 6 wrong. Not bad considering I haven't worked in a restaurant since 1985, and we weren't required to pass a test or take a food handling course.
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Got 6 wrong but only 5 if you count #2. I too missed the 135 degree question. I erred a little high. Really informative test. THX
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