Skip to comments.207 million eggs in nine states recalled over salmonella fears
Posted on 04/14/2018 10:42:55 PM PDT by blueplum
A farm in Indiana is recalling more than 200 million eggs sold in nine states over salmonella fears.
Rose Acre Farms voluntarily recalled 206,749,248 eggs due to potential contamination with Salmonella Braenderup, the Food and Drug Administration said in a statement. At least 22 illnesses have been reported so far, the FDA said Friday.
The eggs were sold through retail stores and restaurants. They reached consumers in ...
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and if you're going to have a BLT for breakfast instead, make sure you don't use any romaine from Yuma County, AZ:
Eggs and leftuce; two daily staples in my diet. Hopefully none of this causes a significant increase in prices.
Racist to expect the illegals to use white man port-a-potties rather than just take a dump in the fields they way they always did in the old country.
What an EGGS-pensive waste! It must be an EGGS-cruciating
SCRAMBLE of events. Hopefully, the rest of the year will go OVER EASY.
Egg prices are going up. This will increase other food prices.
Well hell. I was wondering why me and the wife both had Adam Lambert’s “Burning Ring of Fire” today. I am damed conscientious about kitchen hygiene. They really should add Indiana to the list. I guess I am just going to have to pasteurize all the eggs I buy for mayo making. BTW both techniques are easy as pie.
hard way: https://www.wikihow.com/Pasteurize-Eggs
EGGcelent post !
If you chew your food, and have normal stomach acid, you don’t get salmonella poisoning.
If you take antacids or are very old or very young, or if you have bad teeth or just gulp your food down like a dog, you can get salmonella poisoning.
Basically, if you get salmonella poisoning it is your fault, not the fault of the people feeding you.
207 million eggs, is a lot of eggs! We should help starving North Koreans by air-dropping them on North Korea. They’re probably used to eating badly so this would be a treat.
This is causing omelotte of trouble.
Not concerned as we buy only pastured eggs.
Imagine the cover story you would float if you had to buy 200 million eggs for an emergency vaccine.
You wouldn’t want to alarm the population, so you’d have to make some excuse for why those eggs weren’t being sold onto the market, right?!
Probably say this is a big overreach.
To be honest, I’ve never understood the attraction of partially cooked meat (slightly pink in the middle is ok), fish, or eggs, or uncooked seafood. Most of it makes me gag. I can’t say why, but that and chewing my food well likely helps keep me from getting salmonella poisoning.
However, this recalls a humorous story:
There was this really cute girl at a bar I did service work for, about 40 years ago. I noticed she was flirting with me a bit (she probably did that with most any guy). Still, I was single, “unattached”, and looking: I returned the favor. But, one day as we chatted, she mentioned liking raw hamburger. That’s when I noticed that she had these rather small, but very sharp looking teeth. That got me to thinking a bit. I won’t detail further here, but...
Discretion did overtake “valour”.
Well, look at the bright side. At least the recall was not 206,749,249 eggs.
Where did you come up with that idea?
the old wive’s tale cookbook
Thank You for the Info!
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