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Is there still viable (living) bacteria on a frozen chicken?

Can bacteria survive the freezer? Bacteria will freeze along with the food they are on when they are stuck into a freezer. The pathogenic bacteria on foods that cause human disease  are primarily mesophiles or organisms that grow best at around 37 degrees Celsius.  In a … Continue reading

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Not the salmonella outbreak you are thinking of

Yes, there has been a recall  of Salmonella-tainted eggs (half a billion eggs and counting) that have sickened almost 2000 individuals. The eggs were produced in what seems to be a Mega Chicken Coop created from rows of windowless factory … Continue reading

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