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Old 02.07.2013, 13:54
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I THINK that cooking kills bacteria which therefore cannot get into your body live and cause havoc, but cooking won't render any toxins which have formed during rotting any less poisonous
Wouldn't it be better, then, to eat the chicken raw so that the bacteria can survive and keep breaking down the toxins once you've eaten it?
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