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    Van Chocstraw Guest

    Default Salmonella in the peanut butter?

    How does that happen,, somebody crap into the batter mix?



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    Mark Thorson Guest

    Default Re: Salmonella in the peanut butter?

    Van Chocstraw wrote:
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    > How does that happen,, somebody crap into the batter mix?


    No, peanuts like potatoes are grown in the ground.
    They undergo a preliminary drying in the field
    (during which it may rain, encouraging microbial
    growth), followed by further drying in sheds.

    Peanut butter is made from the lowest grade of
    peanuts allowed for food use. Horrible peanuts,
    many with broken shells which further increase the
    risk of contamination.

    It's not surprising that batches would be contaminated
    from time to time.

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