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Re: food poisoning from chicken
« Reply #25 on: November 30, 2014, 06:18:05 am »
Thanks, Eveheart, I had been told previously that "pastured" really did mean primarily grassfed with no or hardly any grains.
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Re: food poisoning from chicken
« Reply #26 on: November 30, 2014, 06:46:46 am »
Eating poultry can be risky - cooked or raw.  The only time in my life that I have gotten food poisoning was from inproperly prepared (cooked)poultry on thanksgiving day.  Kind of a lame story I guess...
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Re: food poisoning from chicken
« Reply #27 on: November 30, 2014, 07:31:01 am »
Thanks, Eveheart, I had been told previously that "pastured" really did mean primarily grassfed with no or hardly any grains.

Pastured should mean something that has to do with a pasture, but American capitalists make sure that the GDP is more important than doing what's right. Poultry business will look you in the eye and tell you that land prices are too high to raise chickens on it.
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Re: food poisoning from chicken
« Reply #28 on: October 13, 2017, 06:19:18 pm »
https://www.wewant2live.com/why-is-aajonus-so-concerned-about-toxicity-in-commercial-chickens-and-eggs/

In the back of the We Want to Live book there was always the list you could order of sources for all the food that aajonus checked out personally. It was regularly updated. Now that aajonus is gone, it might not be there. But you could ask Jim on the site.

I was scared trying poultry the first time. I got the best source i could. It was obviously grainfed though. I've eaten it many times since. The best tasting chicken is when you get it fresh slaughtered & it was raised in a pasture with the roosters. It can be given some feed, but make sure it's WAPF approved feed & that it has no soy. You'll taste the difference.

As for food poisoning, I know a couple people who say they've gotten detox from chicken. Myself, I've never gotten a loose stool or anything from raw chicken. Perhaps my body like campylobacteria & so does the rest of the people I know who eat it. Just ate a bunch of chicken high meat today. Maybe you need the bacteria, like some people do well on kefir but not milk. I've seen those who do great on high eggs, but not as well on fresh egg (raw all).

As for science, what do you think of the info in aajonus' 2002 book Recipes for Living without Disease?
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