Does Bird flu makes all fowl and eggs unfit to eat
Posted: 22 January 2006 05:11 PM  
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By now most of you have heard this one. Completely false from all I have heard and read. Even if by some weird circumstance you ate a chicken that had the Bird Flu, or an egg that came from a chicken that had the bird flu, unless the product was raw/uncooked you have nothing to worry about.

Now if you decide you have this hankering to go around eating raw poultry or kissing chickens, well lets just say you might live longer if you didn’t. Lots of stuff on the net you can get info from. We also have an article on our bird flu site about the do’s and dont’s about poultry and eggs.

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Posted: 05 July 2007 11:40 PM  
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lol.. you really made me laugh here.... kissing chicken??????????????? haahhahahahhaha
i am vegetarian, so i don’t think i have anything to worry about here

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Posted: 23 October 2007 01:06 AM  
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of course chicken cooked over 70 degrees celcius can be consumed.

the problem is with raw chicken or its juices

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