What you will learn

A kitchen cannot produce menu items without the necessary supplies. As a chef, you will be required to receive kitchen supplies and put them away in the appropriate storage areas, following the correct processes. This course will help you understand: The delivery and receiving process Appropriate storage conditions and equipment Importance of temperature control for fresh and frozen commodities FIFO principle Stock maintenance and rotation

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