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How is it you eat the raw dough & I'm the one suffering from food poisoning right now?!? Holy crap, just kill me! I'm 18 hrs into it and between "attacks" so I thought I should see what's up here to get my mind off it. I
How is it you eat the raw dough & I'm the one suffering from food poisoning right now?!? Holy crap, just kill me! I'm 18 hrs into it and between "attacks" so I thought I should see what's up here to get my mind off it. I cannot describe how bad it was, I couldn't even move from where I fell on the floor. Dad had to come get me to ER - they sure run to help instead of making you wait when you *ahem* make a smelly mess in their waiting room...sorry, tmi? JUST DON'T RISK THIS!!! I was so sick I didn't even care someone had to disinfect the damn place from my 'paint job'.
SOLUTION: You can buy eggs that have been slowly treated in water baths to raise the temp & kill the bacteria inside the shell while not cooking it. I think bad ice cream got me, otherwise it was veggies I ate! They need to make a toilet that has a second bowl feature so both ends can use it at the same time! Be careful with the dough, I wouldn't wish this on you, sunflower! It is BAD & you know I can toss cookies with the best of them without batting an eye - a wuss I am not & I still thought I was gonna die! Uh oh, window of grace is closing, gotta go...I am so screwed!
It takes about 4-8 hours for symptoms to set in, so you usually got poisoned from whatever you ate two meals ago--not your most recent one.
I experienced that loveliness once after eating at a barbecue-it-yourself Korean place. The food was so good, but I must not have cooked my meat thoroughly enough, because I was the only one who got it. Holy mother of dildos, it was awful. At one point I was crawling back down the hall from bathroom to bedroom, and just curled up in a ball, face down, in the hallway to rest a minute. I woke up there, hours later.
However, I've never had a problem with raw eggs. As a kid, my grandma would make me a breakfast shake using a raw egg or two and some Nestle Qwik; now, I make breakfast shakes with raw eggs and coffee, and I love raw cookie dough.