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IDIOTS! A New Trend Has People Eating RAW Chicken!

Some hipsters are likely to get a fast lesson in food poisoning. Raw chicken has become a popular thing to eat in some areas.

Some hipsters are likely to get a fast lesson in food poisoning. Raw chicken has become a popular thing to eat in some areas. The dish is called chicken sashimi. It is a pink poultry dish of raw chicken that was seared for only a few seconds.

The meal is popular in Japan and even in the United States! This has some of us wondering if these foodies have ever heard of salmonella.

#japanesesasimi #chickensasimi #foodtym #goodtym

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A plate of raw chicken doesn’t look very appetizing. It makes my stomach churn knowing what could come next! I hope chicken sashimi comes with a free trip to the emergency room!

워스트앤드베스트 마지막날이되서 여행의 대미를 장식하고자 어떤 블로거가 포스팅한 벤텐초 숙소 근처 맛집이라 하여 방문한 집 , 저렴하게 혼마구로 사시미와 타다끼요리를 먹을수 있다하여 갔는데 혼마구로 솔드아웃이라고라고라~ 메뉴판에 조개관자 사시미가 있길래 아무의심없이 그림을 가리키며 고래~이치쿠다사이 야무지게 주문. 세점 먹을때쯤 종업원한테 물었더니 새라고 한다. 치킨???하이!하이!!.. 첫 생닭을 하게 되서 마무리를 아주 닭같이 하게되었다. 그렇지만 다이소에서 천원주고 산 스시마그넷은 가성비 최고인 여행 끝. #chickensasimi #닭회 #다이소 #닭삶지마세요날걸로드세요 #누가봐도조개관자 #osaka #bentencho

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?#chickensashimi @david__teo @shaunfoo77 ? @carolyntran #chickenedout ? #teokyotosaka??

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Experts warn against eating this. “Eating chicken sashimi puts a person at a pretty high risk of getting an infection caused by Campylobacter or Salmonella, two types of bacteria that cause food poisoning.” Food safety specialist Ben Chapman said, “There’s a pretty good chance that one or both of these pathogens are on or in the chicken meat itself.”

I wouldn’t touch that with a 10-foot pole. Salmonella is nothing to take lightly. The video below discusses symptoms and signs of salmonella and should be required viewing for anyone considering eating chicken sashimi!

Share this if you know not to eat raw chicken!

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