How to keep your food fresh and healthy during monsoon

The monsoon season exposes us to a large number of germs and bacteria, which leads to a rise in illness. Food, being one of the leading sources of illness transmission, needs special attention in terms of preparation and hygiene. It is just as important to keep your food safe as it is to keep yourself safe. As a result, we've put up some fresh fruit, cooked and uncooked food safety guidelines to assist you monitor your activities and decrease your chance of getting illnesses.

Self hygiene:

The monsoon season need a little more attention and hygiene. The season brings with it a slew of dangerous viruses and germs that may wreak havoc on your health. It is critical to pay close attention not just to your personal cleanliness, but also to how effectively you manage your diet. 

Self hygiene:

Fruits and vegetables are extremely susceptible to mould and fungus. So, no matter how nicely packed your fruits and vegetables are, make sure you buy them fresh and carefully wash them.

Clean the vegetable properly:

Yes, cleaning veggies is common sense. However, during the monsoon, use additional caution when washing your veggies. 

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Vegetables may contain microscopic bug larvae in their crevices during the monsoon season, so wash them well. During the rainy season, if feasible, use a vegetable wash to take extra precautions.

Avoid keeping food outside:

It's not a good idea to leave your food out in the rain for too long during the monsoon season. Excess moisture may easily ruin food products such as bread and vegetables. The tropical temperature in India is ideal for fungus development, and the moisture in the air during the monsoon season promotes fungal growth in our food. Always keep your food in sealed containers or in the refrigerator.

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Cook cautiously:

Cook your food slowly and thoroughly to ensure that it is safe to ingest. Cook it in lesser amounts and eat it raw. Before cooking, wash green leafy vegetables with salt water to remove germs and bacteria. 

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Avoid eating raw or deep-fried food from the outside since you may be unaware of the cleanliness and culinary procedures used.

Do not leave leftovers:

During the season, it is essential to store cooked foods in the proper manner. Mold grows more easily on cooked food because it feeds on the moisture in the air. As a result, it is critical that you consume freshly cooked meals during the monsoon and store leftovers in the refrigerator as soon as possible. To avoid infection, store it in appropriate containers with tight-fitting covers.

Clean your refrigerator:

While we frequently overfill our refrigerators, it is critical to maintain its sanitation as well. A dirty refrigerator will only deteriorate the quality of food stored in it, so clean it once every two weeks. 


Clean your refrigerator:

Avoid keeping half rotting food and discard anything that emits an unpleasant odour. Make sure you don't overfill the refrigerator, since this might cause fresh vegetables to deteriorate.

Give space:

Storing food in various compartments allows air to move freely, which may improve the shelf life. To preserve various fruits and veggies separately, use a clean cloth or a paper bag. Keep the raw meat frozen and make sure there's adequate space between whatever you're storing.

Buy high quality foods:

Another important factor in maintaining optimum food safety is to purchase high-quality fresh vegetables. This eliminates the need to be concerned about germs and potentially hazardous pesticides. 

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Make use of these basic, straightforward, and efficient food safety measures to go one step closer to a healthy you.

Use dry spoons:

Using dry spoons to use condiments is a very underutilised preventative measure. Moisture already dampens condiments in our kitchens during the wet season. When using condiments such as spices, flour, salt, and so on, use a dry spoon since even a small amount of moisture might ruin these condiments.

-Baskar Sai

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