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I hope you are expressing genuine concern, because otherwise your post is a little too snarky for my *taste*.


 
 
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I hope you are expressing genuine concern, because otherwise your post is a little too snarky for my *taste*.



love the pun  (intended or not!)  biggrinbounce.gif

 

I am not jumping on the raw meat bandwagon - I am close to vegetarian, actually - but I want to keep an open mind on the topic and not dismiss something I know very little about.

 

I do have a question for Mirzam (and links if you have any) - aren't you worried about food poisoning?  Aren't there bacteria in raw meat that can actually make you sick?  Is this avoidable through preparation or quantity ingested?

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