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By RayniDae - / Wednesday 15 June 2016 20:08 / United States - Port Clinton
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By  Burle  |  11

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  mollspuff  |  15

I'm assuming the thought of imagining her boss' lady parts was the first gross out. The second gross out is imagining that touching any lady parts as similar to handling raw chicken...

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  GriffMeister  |  2

9 months ago I was a cook at KFC for 2 and a half years and wearing gloves isn't mandatory. The. Proper procedure is to bread up with your hands as log as you scrub and clean them real good.

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  MandieL  |  27

If you use proper cleaning techniques, you don't need to wear gloves. Even if you wear gloves at a job where you handle food, you should still be using proper washing techniques. Most places that serve food do not require you to wear gloves while handling food.

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  rustybucket  |  21

Really? I've worked in the food service for 5 years and every restaurant I've ever worked at has required people handling food (ESPECIALLY raw chicken) to wear gloves.

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  stangbang92  |  17

I have worked in the food industry for about 10 years now and gloves aren't mandatory in Texas anyway we just have to clean our hands. Different states different rules.

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  andrmac  |  25

Really if you are cooking to temp anyway it shouldn't matter if you clean the big stuff of by hand washing. After its cooked that's when it would be preferred that you use gloves or serving wear to plate it.

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  Yup2016  |  1

That is not a health code violation. Safe serve standard prefer the use of gloves, but as long the bare hands are washed, and the food will be cooked after being handled with bare hands, it is still considered safe.

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  ABlindMan  |  17

Besides, just wearing gloves doesn't make things clean. If you wear gloves then touch something then touch the food, it's the same as not wearing gloves at all, except you'd have to change gloves. As long as they're maintaining sanitation of their hands, it's typically cleaner than when people use gloves. I've seen people things all over while wearing gloves and not change them. I'd rather someone washing their hands repetitively and ensuring they're clean rather than letting them do who knows what while wearing gloves.

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  lysx84  |  24

Op isn't eating raw chicken. Salmonella doesn't get in to the body through touch. As long as hands are thoroughly washed before anything else is touched I don't see an issue.

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  GriffMeister  |  2

9 months ago I was a cook at KFC for 2 and a half years and wearing gloves isn't mandatory. The. Proper procedure is to bread up with your hands as log as you scrub and clean them real good.

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