As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, you might be thinking of eating a home-cooked meal of corned beef and cabbage, and of course, consuming a few (or more) beers to go along with it. But, in between all the fun, how do you keep these foods safe to eat and avoid being affected and getting “sham-rocked” by foodborne illness this holiday?

Stop Foodborne Illness, a national nonprofit, public health organization dedicated to preventing illness and death from foodborne pathogens, wants you to be aware of how preventing foodborne illness while you get in touch with your inner Irish this St. Patrick’s Day.

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Keeping corned beef safe to eat: Storing and preparing

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