Well, I'm not reading for breakfast, really. I'm reading at breakfast. Pardon my grammar. I'm studying, actually. And it's been a looooong time since I've done any of that. I kind of forgot how mind-numbing and boring studying is. Or, rather, I purposefully cleared out that part of my brain to make way for all the other things clogging it up (Walnut, starting a company, baking, blogging, etc.)
I'm studying for my Food Safety Certification so I can package all of our products into their fabulous little boxes. Yay!
There's some easy ones on the test, like this:
People can become ill from:
- All of the above
Duh, easy one! (answer is d, people, stop scratching your head).
Then there's some really hard ones like:
Chemical sanitizers are most effective at temperatures from:
- 50 to 75 degrees F
- 75 to 120 degrees F
- 140 to 170 degrees F
- 200 to 212 degrees F
This one takes a little thinking, because your first thought is a seemingly obvious answer of 50-75 degrees F: at or below room temperature. But the answer is 75-120 degrees F! Doesn't that seem like a really high temp to store sanitizers?
Thus, some studying to do! Wish me luck!