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by 32518 · 37 minutes ago

Yikes! Makes me very glad I only eat meat from small, local producers. http://eatocracy.cnn.com/2012/07/23/29339-pounds-of-ground-beef-recalled-on-salmonella-fears/?hpt=li_t3 The recall includes 14 pound chub packages of "Grnd Beef Fine... (more)

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raydawg 0 · July 24, 2012 at 5:09 PM

I do now. Thanks for the heads up. Glad it's not what I eat.

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by 405 · about 1 hour ago

You'd think I'd have found a clear answer regarding this, but I wasn't able to find anything on PH or anywhere else on the web! I get fresh pastured eggs from a local farm. From what I've gathered, the chickens are as free-range as it gets,... (more)

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Evan_4 0 · May 11, 2012 at 6:09 PM

I have been eating raw pasture eggs from heirloom chickens for about two years now. I have between 6 and 12 a day depending and I have never had a problem. At the beginning I ate only one every other day for a few weeks and then went to one... (more)

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by 385 · about 1 hour ago

Do you think it's safe to eat eggs over easy? My 2 year old loves 'dippy' eggs, but I'm concerned about salmonella. I've tried googling, but I find so much of the information is contradictory. Anyone know any reliable sources on the subject?

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GHarkness 0 · March 11, 2012 at 8:00 PM

Placing the eggs in a 142-degree water bath for, say, 5 minutes is NOT the answer. Let me explain: the bacteria is killed at 142 (actually 135) degrees, BUT it takes longer than 5 minutes for that temperature to reach the inside of the egg to... (more)

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by 163 · about 2 hours ago

Scientists say salmonella helps immune system to destroy cancer cells Salmonella: Immune Responses and Vaccines I've been getting my raw chicken from packs of boneless skinless breasts from Walmart. It's cheaper than beef at $1.88/lb. (vs. >... (more)

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Matt_1 0 · May 07, 2011 at 1:26 PM

Please do not eat raw chicken. Campylobacter infection is as much of a risk as salmonella. Campylobacter, from the CDC. It is estimated that it causes about 2.4 million cases of illness in the US. The resulting food poisoning is very... (more)

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by 20787 · October 31, 2014 at 3:08 AM

I heard recently that perhaps current CAFO beef feeding operations that are often blamed for salmonella poisoning, not because cows spread salmonella, but most because cornfed cows spread salmonella. The acidification of their stomachs from all... (more)

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Bill1102inf 0 · April 28, 2012 at 11:55 AM

Beef is contaminated POST SLAUGHTER, Salmonella is an intestinal tract, then blood borne illness. Once blood borne things are going down hill VERY fast in either human or beast. If you get food poisoning from contaminated meat it most likely was... (more)

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by 50 · October 30, 2014 at 4:40 AM

Last year in the news there were various reports of e.coli and salmonella contamination in a variety of fruits and vegetables (spinach and cantaloupe come to mind for me). If I opt to buy my fruits and vegetables from local farms or farmers... (more)

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Christina_13 0 · February 28, 2013 at 6:12 AM

I would say the risk would be significantly lower, given that those outbreaks come from unclean environments and contamination with feces. So, local farms would probably be a lot cleaner, since they aren't crowded and messy like conventional... (more)

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