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  •   Salmonella in Peanut Butter: How did it happen? (3+ / 0-)

    Your link sez 'roasting' is the only step when salmonella 'could' be killed. Are all nutz roasted? Salmonella entered the spinach supply as runoff from feedlots, the fatal strain of salmonella is a side effect from the unnatural feeding of grains to cattle(they eat grass in the 'wild') fatal strains of salmaonella are not found anywhere else. scrapy, or mad cow also came from feeding sheep meat 'by products' ( i.e. brains)... sheep arent meat eaters in the 'wild'

    even the Devil slaves for the fortunate

    by OMwordTHRUdaFOG on Sun Jan 25, 2009 at 06:18:17 PM PST

    •  feeding cattle corn (2+ / 0-)

      changes the gut pH, and that has led to different and more toxic strains of E. coli. I've never heard anything about salmonella changing because of feeding cattle grain. ??

      "The intelligence it took to bring us to modern society may not be enough to get us out of it." = Einstein

      by mieprowan on Sun Jan 25, 2009 at 07:00:31 PM PST

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