Eat ground turkey? It's most likely contaminated with antibiotic resistant Staph.
This recent study sampled beef, pork, chicken, and ground turkey from 26 retail grocery stores in 5 US cities: Chicago; Washington, DC; Fort Lauderdale; Los Angeles; and Flagstaff. They found that around half of all samples were contaminated with antibiotic resistant Staphylococcus aureus Almost 80% of the ground turkey was contaminated. 61% of the ground turkey was contaminated with MRSA.
Think about this the next time you make some turkey burgers.
Multidrug-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in US Meat and Poultry
Re: Eat ground turkey? It's most likely contaminated with antibiotic resistant Staph.
Mmmmm Staphylococcus. It's all nastiness, anyway. None for me, sir!
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Completely cook ground muscle products - Minimum internal temperature 165F for 15 seconds
If it flies over, walks on, or grows from the ground, it can be contaminated.
Last edited by crit_boy; 03-31-2013 at 06:51 PM.
Stay away from ALL ground meats
All food has risk. There is no safe heaven for the omnivore or herbivore.
E. coli 0157:H7 in veggies and fruit: http://www.ext.colostate.edu/pubs/foodnut/09369.pdf
E. means Escherichia = from poop. Mmmm poop. You can live in denial.
Modern Farmer | Poop, It?s Back
I am not taking a side for or against: vegetarian, meat eater, organic food consumer, etc. I am just saying no food is inherently safe. Believing your particular choice is - is blissful ignorance.
I think caveman invented fire for a reason...
This is why you COOK all food thoroughly
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