Eggs Have Been Recalled CDC Recommends Raw Milk

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Eggs are grown naturally, however, and can be at risk for carrying deadly diseases. Raw milk is gaining in popularity as “organic eating” becomes a widespread trend but as this milk has not been pasteurized heated at high temperatures to kill germs like the milk in the grocery store it can potentially be contaminated with salmonella and the CDC recommends raw milk should be avoided altogher.

The eggs recalled Friday were distributed under the brand names Hillandale Farms, Sunny Farms, Sunny Meadow, Wholesome Farms and West Creek.There's nothing threatening yet about the latest tropical depression in the Atlantic. It could become a tropical storm today but it's far from land. In the Pacific, a tropical depression is forecast to move parallel to the coast of southern Mexico.

The salmonella bacteria is not passed from hen to hen, but usually from rodent droppings to chickens, he added. This strain of bacteria is found inside a chicken's ovaries, and gets inside an egg.That said you may wonder exactly who would eat raw eggs anyway. The answer is you if you eat Hollandaise sauce, cookie dough, homemade ice cream, mayonnaise, and certain salad dressings.

1 comments:

  1. I'd just like to point out that most home made ice cream recipes do not use raw eggs, they use a custard base, which means the eggs are fully cooked, they're just incorporated well so they aren't scrambled. Also, the greatest risk of contamination is from produce, raw milk is exponentially more healthy than it's 'dead' counterpart, and this site is freaking weird.

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