How Tech Innovation Will Shape The Future Of Cooking
Salmonella actually lives in a temperature range of 35–117°F / 2–47°C according to the FDA’s “Bad Bug Book.” The 136°F / 58°C temperature is based on what the FDA Food Code gives as the lower bound for pasteurization. Bacteria need a water activity value of 0.85 or greater to multiply. Schematic diagram of temperature curves for two imaginary steaks, one placed in an oven and a second placed on a grill. The idea that you can just cook a steak any old way until it reaches 135°F / 57°C sounds too easy, so surely there must be a catch.
- See our information on temperature controlfor a list of foods that are potentially hazardous.
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