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Most raw poultry products include Campylobacter, which causes 1.5 million U.S. infections annually, according to the CDC.
The CDC recommends refrigerating fruits and vegetables at 40 degrees Fahrenheit or colder within two hours of preparation, or one hour if it's over 90 degrees.
The CDC recommends avoiding raw milk products and sticking to pasteurized ones.
It may harm you. The CDC warns that Salmonella-contaminated eggs can cause food poisoning and even death.
Salmonella and Vibrio vulnificus, which is most common in oysters, cause 80,000 U.S. illnesses and 100 fatalities each year.
The CDC warns against eating raw or minimally cooked sprouts like alfalfa, bean, or other sprouts. After cooking, sprouts are safer.
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"Harmful bacteria can infect grain in the field or during flour production. Cooking flour kills bacteria."