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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.Latest salmonella outbreak?-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(Latest salmonella outbreak?),it will help you,my kids.

What do you think about the latest outbreak?
Has it made you stop eating veggies?
Which veggies were affected?
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What latest outbreak? Last I heard, the %26quot;guilty%26quot; tomatoes were found %26quot;not guilty%26quot;. I haven%26#039;t stopped eating any veggies. You are more likely to get a food borne illness from meat.
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Tomatoes and peppers were affected.

Salmonella doesn%26#039;t occur in plants naturally.

Either way, the salmonella got into the plants because of animals - whether the human beings that picked or grew them lacked hygiene (migrant field workers might go to the bathroom right in the field), or whether they used untreated raw sewage from some slaughterhouse to fertilize the field, maybe it was brought in by wild animals that wandered through the field...

Either way all the theories trace back to animals. If we didn%26#039;t eat so much meat and didn%26#039;t have such an overload of animal waste, animal byproducts, slaughterhouse waste and such a huge demand to get rid of that waste, our produce wouldn%26#039;t be grown using some pretty gross stuff. You can easily make organic fertilizers without using any animal byproducts, but it%26#039;s freakishly common for fertilizer to contain waste from the meat industry.

I would never stop eating veggies. I vote with my fork - by choosing to eat low on the food chain, I am one less person that, through my lifetime, hundreds of animals have to be raised in cruelty and confinement, butchered heartlessly with millions of their peers daily, and then packed neatly and fed back to us - just corpses, animal corpses, parading through our bodies, giving us heart disease and many food-related forms of cancer and food poisoning. It also affects the economy, our environment and everything in between.

I just feel sick knowing that most people would choose to stop eating tomatoes, which were full of salmonella BECAUSE of some contact with animals or their waste, and would prefer to eat some over-cooked piece of a dead animal in it%26#039;s place, which is absolutely crawling with pathogens, which has been dead for DAYS and probably weeks by the time you make it, which you have to cook until it%26#039;s boiling hot inside so that you don%26#039;t die of food poisoning. But eating a raw tomato? Ohhh, the horror. *rolls eyes*

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