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  1. Rye83

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    Well, that depends; in most countries, probably a bad idea to eat raw chicken, but you can get chicken sashimi in Japan (along with some specialty Japanese restaurants in the US) and it is safe to eat. If your chicken is coming from a factory farm you should probably make sure that thing (and anything that came out of it) is scorched with fire for a long time.
     
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    I would not agree with that opinion: "...But even there (Japan), people have been cautioned against taking a bite of undercooked chicken. In July, Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare warned that food poisoning is a serious risk of eating raw chicken, and asked restaurants to revaluate their preparation practices—requesting chicken meat be cooked to a 75-degree internal temperature before it's served—in order to make it safer to ingest..... Chicken sashimi is often prepared by boiling or searing chicken for no more than 10 seconds, "which is an insufficient treatment to kill harmful microbes such as campylobacter and salmonella … on raw poultry," says Michael Doyle, regents professor of food microbiology at the University of Georgia's Center for Food Safety.

    According to the ministry, campylobacter, a bacteria often found in the intestines of the chickens, is the culprit behind raw-chicken-related food poisoning. The bacteria is believed responsible for 60 percent of all bacterial food poisoning cases in Japan, according to the national newspaper Asahi Shimbun.

    And, as Doyle says, campylobacter isn’t the only concern around the dish. Salmonella can be a problem as well."

    I think I will stay clear.
     
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    Who in their right mind eats raw chicken!
     
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    I have a good friend who gets salmonella poison, 3 months in hospital, lost 20 kilo, normal weight 80 kg, took him a year to recover from that salmonella poison, I like chicken, if good quality, but eat it raw or not 100% cooked, I will never touch it
     
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    Also when I make chicken at home, cupboard and tools go to the dish, I don't use same for vegetables and transfer salmonella or campylobacter that way
     
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    Dustin: i've been to dozens of sushi / japanese restaurants in the us and here and a few in japan and hawaii over the last four decades, i don't think i've EVER seen chicken sashimi or raw chicken on a menu... You sure about that ??? Raw chicken is DANGEROUS......

    I was about to say "i'd eat raw chicken if it were cooked for several hours," but it didn't make a lot of sense <grin>
     
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    https://www.businessinsider.com/raw-chicken-sashimi-putting-people-at-serious-risk-2017-9

    Pretty sure it exists. That article says it is dangerous but it doesn't mention any statistics on how many Japanese are getting sick or dead from it. If it is as dangerous as some make it out to be you would think that every person who tried it would end up in the ER. Personally, it looks quite nasty to me. I really don't like the taste/texture of raw and bloody chicken (unfortunately I have ate quite a bit of it in the Philippines). However, I've never gotten sick from it. I know that is anecdotal...but I have ate a lot of raw/bloody chicken in my life.
     
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    I know you can buy a chicken which is tested for different kinds of infection like salmonella and other nasty things
     
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    d*mn, i've been researching and found a site (which got lost) which said something like sushi can include chicken, particularly in adventuresome restaurants in tokyo, although chicken usually comes in the form of yakitori..

    Quotes from the internet (which agree with me, i ignore anything which doesn't agree with me).....

    Note, "sushi" is the rice: "We think of it as being interchangeable with raw fish. Sushi is vinegared rice topped with other ingredients. Sashimi, which is slices of raw fish alone, is not sushi because it isn't accompanied with rice. "

    "The main ingredients of traditional Japanese sushi, raw fish and rice, are naturally low in fat, high in protein, carbohydrates (the rice only), vitamins, and minerals, as are gari and nori. Other vegetables wrapped within the sushi also offer various vitamins and minerals."

    Sorry Gerry, we've hijacked your post....
     
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    Many of the girls at Why Not make this claim as well. Lies, all lies!
     
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