ServSafe Practice Exam Per Chef Mike

11 September 2022
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Ready-to-eat TCS food must be date marked if it will be stored for longer than A 12 hours B 24 hours C 36 hours D 48 hours
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B
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Garbage containers used by operation should be? A Odor proof, damage resistant, and light in color B Leak proof waterproof and easy to clean C Durable, absorbent, and corrosion resistant D Pest proof, smooth, and made of metal
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B
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Which must be washed before being prepped for service? A green onions B shell eggs C dry pasta D raw meat
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A
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A recent delivery of eggs is recalled in response to a foodborne illness outbreak, the manager should A Remove the eggs from inventory and label "do not use" B remove the eggs from inventory and throw them in the garbage container C leave the eggs in the cooler and use them only for baking D leave the eggs in the cooler and not use them until the regulatory authority inspects them
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A
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A caterer finishes cooking vegetable soup at noon but does not need to serve it until 7 PM how should the caterer handled the soup A leave the soup at room temperature and reheat it on the stove at 5pm to 165F within 2 hours B put the soup in the steam table, hot-hold it at 120F and reheat it at 5pm to 165F within 2 hours by turning up the steam table temperature C Cool it correctly, store it in a cooler, and then reheat it on the stove to 165Ā°F within two hours D put the soup in the cooler uncovered and then reheat it on the stove at 5pm to 165F within 2 hours
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C
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What is the role of the Food and Drug Administration A Develop the model food code B research the causes of foodborne-illnes out breaks C inspect meat, poultry , and eggs D create recipes for use by hospitals
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A
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Floor-mounted equipment should be on legs of at least how high? A 4 in B 6 in C 9 in D 12in
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B
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In general, pathogens grow very slowly or not at all at pH levels below A 4.6 B 5.0 C 6.0 D 6.4
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A
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When cooking raw foods in a microwave, food must be A kept uncovered during the cooking process B stirred midway through the cooking process C cooked for a minimum of 3 minutes D cooked in a disposable container
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B
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What is the best way to prevent foodborne illness? A cooking chicken to 160F B washing hands after using the restroom C storing pans on the floor for easy access D using one knife to chop raw poultry and then raw onions
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B
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At which sink should garbage containers be washed and rinsed A food-prep B handwashing C three-compartment D service or utility
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D
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When a critical control point is NOT met, a food handler must first A. verify the procedure. B. take corrective action. C. notify the regulatory authority. D. revise the training plan.
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B
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Single-use gloves must be worn by a food handler when he or she A is prepping food that will be cooked prior to service B is correctly washing produce in the food prep sink C rotates canned goods in storage D has an open wound on one of his or her hands
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D??
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A cross-connection can occur when A overhead pipes connected to the air conditioner begin to leak B grease builds up around pipes C a faucet extends below the flood rim of a sink D an air gap is located under the equipment sink
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C??
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To prevent food in a self-service area from becoming contaminated bu guests, an operation should A ensure that guests use only one plate B require food handlers to monitor the self-service area C post allergen information around the self-service area D list all the ingredients in each menu item
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A
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Which symptoms indicate an allergic reaction? A diarrhea and jaundice B sore throat and fever C hives and itchy rash D chills and nausea
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C
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Reviewing deficiencies during regulatory inspections can help identify A training gaps B what food sells best C consumer satisfaction D the state of employee morale
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A
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A food handler is slicing roast beef continuously on a slicer for 6 hours. After 4 hours, the roast beef is removed an set aside while the slicer parts are washed, rinsed, and sanitized. The meat is then put back on the slicer to continue slicing. What is the most serious risk of this procedure? A time-temperature abuse of the roast beef B physical contamination from the cleaning process C chemical contamination of the slicer with the sanitizing solution D cross-contamination of the roast beef with the sanitizing solution
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A
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What can help prevent food contamination at a self-service wedding banquet? A isolating wrapped foods from unwrapped foods B providing one set of tongs for the entire buffet C providing adequate lighting at the buffet service area D using plunge dispensers for the salad dressing
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Where should cleaning supplies be stored? A in a location away from food prep areas B in the dry-storage area C on the bottom shelf of the walk-in cooler D on top of the dishwasher
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