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Henriette Bsec
Sunday, May 20, 2007, 5:36am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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IF the egg is less than 24 hours= you get them from your own hens... the bacteria has NOT gone into the egg and you can dip the egg in boiling water.

I use my own eggs that way
- but IF I havn´t got any very fresh eggs I get the pasterized ones- however the taste is ......
or IF I cook something like an cake with uncooked chcocolatecream....

ABOUT organic vs caged / conventional eggs
IT Is NOT true about the percentence is higher at least not in Denmark.
Actually several surveys a few years ago- published in Politikens lørdagsliv:
showed that it was the cage produced eggs that had the higest ammounts of salmonella- due to animals being weaker-WHEN they got infected they couldn´t fight anything...- the least infected was from the organic or freerange. They were not without any salmonella - but the incident was much lower maybe due to stronger animals...
Just this month the same story about pigs - the organic ones on grass less salmonella:
http://www.okologi.dk/Nyheder/.....dyUJl0Q&Id1=1742

NOW in Denmark really the risk of getting salmonella is very low due to the strickt programs...
SO don´t belive everything the government try to brain wash you into...

I have had listeria so I´m not a happy go easy fool......

I find it important to be carefull but there is no reason to be hysteric
Like some of my friends that always bake  cake with pasterised eggs and can´t understand why my cake taste better and is more raised.... welll fresh eggs .....



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Quoted from Henriette_Bsec
SO don´t belive everything the government try to brain wash you into...


Well, I've been told the same thing as Lasse about free range eggs and salmonella, and it wasn't the government telling me - it was a report I read from Lanbohøjskolen aka Det Biovidenskabelige Fakultet aka Faculty of Life Sciences... *sigh - all those new names*

When it comes to raw eggs I'm only chicken (hah hah) when it comes to serving them to others (if it's just for my own consumption, I'm not that thorough).
IF I serve something with raw eggs, I first clean the shell with alcohol and then dip the egg in boiling water for 10 sec. That should kill most bugs, I think...


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Well, I've been told the same thing as Lasse about free range eggs and salmonella, and it wasn't the government telling me - it was a report I read from Lanbohøjskolen aka Det Biovidenskabelige Fakultet aka Faculty of Life Sciences... *sigh - all those new names*

When it comes to raw eggs I'm only chicken (hah hah) when it comes to serving them to others (if it's just for my own consumption, I'm not that thorough).
IF I serve something with raw eggs, I first clean the shell with alcohol and then dip the egg in boiling water for 10 sec. That should kill most bugs, I think...


Well it was not the salmonella part I was refering to - more food politics in general....

BUT interesting enought the test was published in Politiken 2 or 3 years ago made my fødevarestyrelsen...
- and it showed more salmonella in the cage eggs than in the organic- and the organic was better than the normal free range

Well My chicks for sure a healthy - had them tested when I had them 2 years ago- and I have had plenty of raw eggs since so even if they had been infected since - I guess I would have known..
I just think that it is likely that smaller flocks will have less diseases so my 4 hens will be less sickly than a large flock...
Any way I use paterized(boring eggs) when I cook for a lot of people or havn´t any FRESH eggs


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Alia Vo
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This topic of salmonella and eggs appears on the forum occasionally.

Thank you everyone for sharing your perspectives, past experiences, personal tips, and insight on this food safety topic.

Alia


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