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    Another massive beef recall, this time from Whole Foods! Remember that e. coli comes from the intestinal tract of animals. Once again, I'm reminded of this telling statement by U.S.D.A. meat inspector David Carney:

    "We used to trim the shit off the meat. Then we washed the shit off the meat. Now the consumer eats the shit off the meat."

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    Beef that may be tainted with E coli is discovered at Whole Foods stores. Two people who shopped at Whole Foods markets got sick from the meat.

    OMAHA, Neb. - Nebraska Beef Ltd. is recalling 1.2 million pounds of beef because the products may be contaminated with E. coli bacteria. The recall comes a month after the Omaha-based company recalled 5.3 million pounds of meat that has been linked to at least 49 cases of E. coli. Neither the company's spokesman nor Department of Agriculture officials immediately responded to calls about the recall after a news release was issued late Friday night. Federal officials said at least 31 cases of E. coli poisoning in 12 states and Canada had been linked to the meat Nebraska Beef is now recalling, but officials did not name the states. Some of Nebraska Beef's products were sold by Whole Foods Market, which also announced a recall Friday. Whole Foods is recalling fresh ground beef sold between June 2 through Aug. 6 because of worries about E. coli contamination. A Whole Foods spokeswoman said it had received reports that seven people in Massachusetts and two people in Pennsylvania who shopped at Whole Foods Market became ill. As in the earlier recall, all the beef being recalled now was sold to companies that planned to further process the meat. So product labels likely will not include the "EST 19336" code that identified Nebraska Beef. Several lawsuits have already been filed against Nebraska Beef as a result of the earlier E. coli outbreak and recall. The company slaughters about 2,000 head of cattle a day and employs about 800 people in Omaha. Symptoms of E. coli infection include stomach cramps and diarrhea. Cooking ground beef to an internal temperature of at least 160 degrees should kill E. coli bacteria, if they are present.
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    Quote Originally Posted by janthraxx View Post
    Another massive beef recall, this time from Whole Foods! Remember that e. coli comes from the intestinal tract of animals. Once again, I'm reminded of this telling statement by U.S.D.A. meat inspector David Carney:

    "We used to trim the shit off the meat. Then we washed the shit off the meat. Now the consumer eats the shit off the meat."

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26107537/

    Beef that may be tainted with E coli is discovered at Whole Foods stores. Two people who shopped at Whole Foods markets got sick from the meat.

    OMAHA, Neb. - Nebraska Beef Ltd. is recalling 1.2 million pounds of beef because the products may be contaminated with E. coli bacteria. The recall comes a month after the Omaha-based company recalled 5.3 million pounds of meat that has been linked to at least 49 cases of E. coli. Neither the company's spokesman nor Department of Agriculture officials immediately responded to calls about the recall after a news release was issued late Friday night. Federal officials said at least 31 cases of E. coli poisoning in 12 states and Canada had been linked to the meat Nebraska Beef is now recalling, but officials did not name the states. Some of Nebraska Beef's products were sold by Whole Foods Market, which also announced a recall Friday. Whole Foods is recalling fresh ground beef sold between June 2 through Aug. 6 because of worries about E. coli contamination. A Whole Foods spokeswoman said it had received reports that seven people in Massachusetts and two people in Pennsylvania who shopped at Whole Foods Market became ill. As in the earlier recall, all the beef being recalled now was sold to companies that planned to further process the meat. So product labels likely will not include the "EST 19336" code that identified Nebraska Beef. Several lawsuits have already been filed against Nebraska Beef as a result of the earlier E. coli outbreak and recall. The company slaughters about 2,000 head of cattle a day and employs about 800 people in Omaha. Symptoms of E. coli infection include stomach cramps and diarrhea. Cooking ground beef to an internal temperature of at least 160 degrees should kill E. coli bacteria, if they are present.
    (Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
    This is odd. Once one hits the 140 mark and even the 160 mark, things should be ok. Out.
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    you know what though, janthraxx? beef still tastes pretty fucking good. better than that soy shit SOME ppl are so into eating.







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    With it being over fifteen years since the e-coli outbreak at Jack In The Box, I find it amazing that people still aren't cooking ground beef to the proper temperature. It's not rocket surgery people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sisca View Post
    you know what though, janthraxx? beef still tastes pretty fucking good. better than that soy shit SOME ppl are so into eating.
    Fair enough, but it tastes damn good to me now. Taste buds evolve to appreciate different things. And even if soy did taste shitty, I'd still rather eat it than something that actually has shit in it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by onefootoutthedoor View Post
    With it being over fifteen years since the e-coli outbreak at Jack In The Box, I find it amazing that people still aren't cooking ground beef to the proper temperature. It's not rocket surgery people.
    Seriously! Though I don't know what rocket surgery is...rocket science? Where's ktgiles' husband when you need him?

    I guess you get what you pay for in places like that. When I was a kid me and my brother always got the 3 for a dollar thing at Jack shit in the Box: hamburger, taco, and fries for $0.99. Astonishing we didn't get e. coli! Mad cow maybe...
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    I got E Coli once from eating my wife... Bitch wiped the wrong way...
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    Quote Originally Posted by voivod View Post
    I got E Coli once from eating my wife... Bitch wiped the wrong way...
    I know the feeling. Every time I try to go there, my wife gives me shit. Go figure. Whole situation stinks, if you ask me. Maybe I'm doing it wrong.
    Nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by voivod View Post
    I got E Coli once from eating my wife... Bitch wiped the wrong way...
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    Quote Originally Posted by onefootoutthedoor View Post
    With it being over fifteen years since the e-coli outbreak at Jack In The Box, I find it amazing that people still aren't cooking ground beef to the proper temperature. It's not rocket surgery people.

    I know but medium-well is really a lot tastier, I have just recently discovered this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeautifulGirl5150 View Post
    I know but medium-well is really a lot tastier, I have just recently discovered this.


    Not at all. Health concerns aside, medium rare (or rarer) is the way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onefootoutthedoor View Post
    Not at all. Health concerns aside, medium rare (or rarer) is the way to go.
    Agreed! Nothin better than a medium rare steak. If it's cooked too long it loses flavor imo.

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    Exactly. Whoever thought that burning the crap out of a piece of meat was a good idea needs their head examined, (IMO of course )
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    Quote Originally Posted by onefootoutthedoor View Post
    Exactly. Whoever thought that burning the crap out of a piece of meat was a good idea needs their head examined, (IMO of course )

    I agree again! Hey, do you eat ketchup on steak? It's the best IMO, I hate steak sauce. YUCK!

 

 

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