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    Ecoli from venison 9 cases

    Nine cases apparently all from bought raw venison

    Experts advice say never eat venison medium or rare ....

    ******** to that !
    Any more and it's ruined a good steak

    Be watching this to see where investigation takes it and where venison came from

    Paul

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    Tia will be interesting to follow, sounds like cross contamination to me. I wonder if the source was legitimate or back of the van stuff?

    Any links to the article sauer?
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    Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not using it in a fruit salad.

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    Should be chain of custody somewhere if gone to retail?
    For Gods sake - don't tell her how much I've spent

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    Given that the products were venison sausages and meatballs, advice to properly cook and not eat rare is correct. E-coli will be on the surface of meat and thus the middle of a steak is less likely to be contaminated. But chop this up and make a sausage, burger or meatball, the E - coil are spread right the way through and thus needs proper cooking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hereford View Post
    Should be chain of custody somewhere if gone to retail?
    There should be, but how much venison goes into the food chain from less scrupulous sources, or from land that produces a very high density of deer - 100 a year of a small croft?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heym SR20 View Post
    Given that the products were venison sausages and meatballs, advice to properly cook and not eat rare is correct. E-coli will be on the surface of meat and thus the middle of a steak is less likely to be contaminated. But chop this up and make a sausage, burger or meatball, the E - coil are spread right the way through and thus needs proper cooking.

    Actually I hadn't seen the report that the products had been processed.
    And of course what Heym says is bang on the money
    Remember watching a food program and was to do with surface area and exposure to air / bacteria and recommended that processed / minced products were to I think 75c internally to be sure of being cooked and no bugs.

    So my comment in original post regarding ******** to that was out of order.
    Ignore it please!!

    Steaks yes
    Processed / minced no!

    Don't want anybody else getting the lurgy from food.

    Sorry
    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hereford View Post
    Should be chain of custody somewhere if gone to retail?
    Would be difficult to prove anything as all animals carry this variety,, but no one knows what brings it out, cross contamination between carcass during handling and onto surfaces, possible to trace back to supplier, but proper cooking is the real protection.

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