Cooking food outdoors can increase the risk of food poisoning. It's harder to keep foods very hot or very cold to prevent bacteria growing and to keep everything clean. But with a little extra care barbecues can be safe, as well as great fun.
To help reduce the likelihood of food poisoning simply follow this advice:
Be a clean cook
Control raw food temperatures
Keep bacteria at bay
Store foods safely
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