Shelved by: dizzybear on 2012-04-16
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Yes, everyone knows that's called chickenella.
So if I eat raw nuts....do I get....Nutella?
If you wait a few hours... something like that. Yes
Actually, you wont get salmonella from it if it's clean and bacteria free. Pork is a lot more dangerous.
Describe "bacteria free"..
If the meat is fresh or has been cured. Like when they rub salt into it.
Well yeah, but by the looks of it it seems this guy literally ate a raw chicken breast...most likely out of the grocery store freezer or something
Yea, probably, but I was just stating that raw food does not necessarily mean food poisoning.
Just means higher risk
not sure how youre supposed to have clean/bacteria free chicken... even "fresh" meat can have bacteria, unless you literally killed it yourself in a sterile environment, and sanitized the chicken before you did so, and didnt puncture the intestines. salt doesnt kill all bacteria. they dont recommend washing chicken, because that just sprays the bacteria around the kitchen.
I basically mean fresh, or again if it's been cured. Not supermarket stuff, stuff from the butcher really.
Trust me, you can have raw chicken. There are risks to it, with any raw food, and it's best to have it prepared by a quality restaurant but white meat does not have a high a risk of salmonella as red meats.
Although I don't recommend it; it's not that nice.
we all used to be immune to it. Our obsession with bacteria and cleanliness has led to us having weaker immune systems. Put the Lysol and 409 away and use white vinegar or regular soap.
Not sure if serious.........
What you're referring to has more to do with allergies and autoimmune diseases.
EXTREME FACE PALM!!!
Lets hope he gets salmonella and is removed from the gene pool...
WHAt a dick head