So the data about New Zealand home handlers, already flawed, is worse than...– Blame the consumer, New Zealand style: is high rate of campy due to poor home practices? | barfblog I reviewed this clunker for FC. I questioned the findings during the review and I still question them. Thanks, Doug, for calling this out.
Linked to 88 Salmonella Cases, Tempeh Starter... →
And by “yeast” we mean “mold”.
V. impressed at this argument against ag... →
germgirl: Baptist Press - FIRST-PERSON: Antibiotics & our future - News with a Christian Perspective Steve Willis Posted on May 16, 2012 Steve Willis is lead pastor of First Baptist Church in Kenova, W.Va., and author of “Winning the Food Fight” (Regal 2012). …I never would have thought our nation’s problems with overeating and antibiotics are interrelated. Nearly half of all antibiotics...
HOW SIRI INTERPRETS IT WHEN I SAY “REMIND ME TO PUT THE GAZPACHO ON ICE IN AN...– One Foot Tsunami: Over-Promise and Under-Deliver via danielpunkass Hmmm. If the Gazpacho is not put on ice, this might eventually result in botulism. Maybe Siri is smarter than we thought. (via donschaffner)
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I read almost everything Bernard Dixon writes for ASMs Microbe magazine, but this one made we want to check the original source: Journal of Applied Microbiology (112:614, 2012). Plus we need to get our papers on kitchen cross contamination submitted. Soon.
Students enrolled in the Environmental Justice and U.S. Literature class taught...– Tufts justice students need to learn to substantiate rhetoric about E. coli in beef: students organize petition for more free−range meat | barfblog I’m sure Tufts Dining Services would be happy to do this. And pass the costs along to the mommies and daddies of the kids at Tufts who signed...
The tempeh company shares a kitchen, Blue Ridge Food Ventures in Candler, with...– Tests confirm Salmonella in Smiling Hara Tempeh as outbreak worsens | barfblog The most interesting thing about this outbreak to me is that quote above. I think we will only see more of these types of outbreaks as the “local food” movement grows. (via donschaffner)