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Food Borne Diseases

Raw meat is a potential carrier of food borne diseases

Is there REALLY something to worry about?

From something as simple as food poisoning to something as traumatic as E. coli, Salmonella, and Botulism... All these "horrible" food borne diseases and health scares appear constantly and create widespread panic.

Where do these diseases come from?

Most food borne diseases and food poisoning cases come from improper handling of food. If you cut or handle raw meat with uncooked food or do not store or cook food at the proper temperature is the most common reasons for these problems.

What can I do to prevent these problems?

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