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That said, let's try to break this down and see how much "risk" you're dealing with.
How big were the meatballs?
Are you SURE they weren't pre-cooked?
How long were they boiling in the sauce?
Even if they were undercooked (which, I would think if they were that undercooked, you would be able to tell after biting into one), it doesn't mean that they were contaminated with salmonella. My sister in law used to eat raw hamburger meat when she made meatballs and never got sick. (I would NEVER do this ...I don't like to touch cookie dough when I'm making it...lol)
At this point, if you're concerned, I would load up on Vitamin C, Vitamin A, probiotics (hardcore) . I think you'll be fine.
Jenna ~ mommy to Sophia Elise (1/06), Oliver Matthew (7/07) and Avery Michael (3/10)
Wading slowly and nervously into this homeschooling thing.
Carlin - loving life with DH and 2 amazing daughters
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