Attention To These Foods!If You Reheat Them You Might Poison Your Family
According to the Food Standards Agency:
” The secret to making sure you eat safely is in the four Cs – cooking, cleaning, chilling and cross-contamination – or avoiding it!”
But what happens to the left-over food?
Throw it out, give it to the “dustbin” of the family or save it for the following day and reheat it?
When it comes to reheating food, you must make sure it is steaming hot all the way through, and don’t reheat food more than once.
When you have extra nourishment that remained from today’s lunch, we usually warm that meal and consume it the next day.
Did you know that there are certain foods that can cause damage to your organism after being warmed?
Attention To These Foods!If You Reheat Them You Might Poison Your Family:
Potatoes have many useful properties and they are very good for your wellbeing. But if you let them stay for a day or to, and get cool, they can lose those properties, and their dietary quality. If it comes to that, they can be very dangerous for the body, not useful at all.
It is exceptionally dangerous to eat the chicken the following day, after being prepared. You can make yourself some digestive problems, because the structure of proteins changes the next day. This is very concerning because the chicken contains much more protein that red meat. It is recommended to eat the chicken cold. But if you must warm up the chicken, be sure that you do that on a low temperature for a long period.
The eggs can be lethal if you present them to high temperatures and warm them. If eggs are incorporated during arrangement process, they are not lethal. It only goes for reheating fried and boiled eggs.
Mostly celery is used for the preparation of soups. It contains nitrates as the spinach, which means that when it is warmed the nitrates transform into nitrites. It is better to take the celery out of the soup if you want to warm it, the same thing is with the carrots.
Mushrooms probably are the most risky food when you reheat them. If you eat them the next day, be sure that you eat them cold. Heating up the mushrooms can make you digestive problems, even some heart problems. Because of that it is highly recommended to eat them directly after you prepare them.
It is really unsafe for your wellbeing to warm the spinach, you should never do that. It is recommended to eat it directly after its preparation. Why? The spinach contains a high rate of nitrates which are transformed into nitrites when you warm it. This means that spinach after being warmed is carcinogenic for your body.
It is a great thing that this vegetable contains nitrates, but is very harmful if you warm it again. It should never be reheated because its very destructive for the body.
Leafy green vegetables
These types of vegetables, such as spinach as well as radishes, aubergines and celery all contain nitrites, which can lead to methemoglobinemia, where the uptake of oxygen in the blood is affected. If you make sure you cool any left-overs quickly and don’t leave them standing at room temperature for long they are safe to be reheated. Keeping them stored below 5C will prevent nitrite production.
Nobody wants food poisoning from fish, and it’s probably one of the easiest ways to catch it. But if handled properly during storage and preparation prawns are safe to reheat. Make sure you put leftovers in the fridge within two hours of cooking and reheat and eat within three days after the first time they were prepared.
Reheating to an internal temperature of at least 165F or 74C will kill pathogens commonly found in shellfish.
If anyone has ever told you eating reheated rice can give you food poisoning, it is in fact the way it is stored before being reheated that could mean it carries bacteria. Uncooked rice can contain Bacillus cereus, a bacteria which can cause food poisoning. If cooked rice is left at room temperature, bacteria can multiply and may produce toxins that cause vomiting or diarrhea. So eating reheated rice is not a problem as long as it has been stored correctly, not standing at room temperature for a long period of time, prior to the reheating.