How does Japan produce eggs that are safe to be eaten raw?

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How does Japan produce eggs that are safe to be eaten raw?

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Anonymous 0 Comments

Those are produced everywhere as far as I know. The main thing is to know exactly what the chicken eats and having clean and healthy enviroment. I have heard in Japan they even make chicken sashimi bc they know what the chicken has eaten and how it was raised so the salmonella bakteria has basicly no way to infect the chicken

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Those are produced everywhere as far as I know. The main thing is to know exactly what the chicken eats and having clean and healthy enviroment. I have heard in Japan they even make chicken sashimi bc they know what the chicken has eaten and how it was raised so the salmonella bakteria has basicly no way to infect the chicken

Anonymous 0 Comments

There’s nothing inherently unsanitary about eggs, especially the inside part. Generally speaking, it takes an outside agent to contaminate food. Most often in chicken eggs it’s chicken feces. This can be mitigated by simply washing the outside of the egg.

Anonymous 0 Comments

There’s nothing inherently unsanitary about eggs, especially the inside part. Generally speaking, it takes an outside agent to contaminate food. Most often in chicken eggs it’s chicken feces. This can be mitigated by simply washing the outside of the egg.

Anonymous 0 Comments

Those are produced everywhere as far as I know. The main thing is to know exactly what the chicken eats and having clean and healthy enviroment. I have heard in Japan they even make chicken sashimi bc they know what the chicken has eaten and how it was raised so the salmonella bakteria has basicly no way to infect the chicken

Anonymous 0 Comments

There’s nothing inherently unsanitary about eggs, especially the inside part. Generally speaking, it takes an outside agent to contaminate food. Most often in chicken eggs it’s chicken feces. This can be mitigated by simply washing the outside of the egg.

Anonymous 0 Comments

Eggs everywhere are more or less safe to eat raw, except the USA.
Ok, That’s not 100% true, it’s not recommended to eat eggs anywhere, but the chances of getting salmonella are low everywhere else.

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Eggs everywhere are more or less safe to eat raw, except the USA.
Ok, That’s not 100% true, it’s not recommended to eat eggs anywhere, but the chances of getting salmonella are low everywhere else.

Anonymous 0 Comments

Eggs from healthy chickens safe to eat raw – there is nothing toxic about a raw egg.

However, some chickens are infected with a bacteria called salmonella. If a chicken has salmonella, the eggs it lays can contain salmonella. If you eat these eggs raw, then you can catch salmonella too and it will make you unwell. Cooking eggs kills any bacteria in them, so even if an egg has salmonella bacteria in it then it will be safe to eat when it is cooked.

Different countries have different ways to prevent people from catching salmonella from eggs. One way to prevent this is to keep the chickens in healthy conditions where they are tested for salmonella and treated or removed if they have it. In countries where this is done, the eggs will normally be safe to eat raw – but it’s still a good idea to cook them just in case.

In other countries, chickens are often kept in poor conditions with less testing. In these countries there is a much higher chance of an egg having salmonella bacteria in it, but people always cook the eggs so the bacteria are killed before they are eaten. In these countries, it is especially important to wash your hands after handling uncooked eggs.

America is a country that does not have healthy conditions for may of its chickens, and a much higher proportion of chickens are infected with salmonella than other countries such as Japan.

This is also the reason why it is normal to keep eggs in a refrigerator in America, but they are just stored in cupboards elsewhere. Eggs have a natural powdery coating called bloom that seals tiny holes in their shells. This coating will keep an egg fresh for a very long time at room temperature. However, chickens with salmonella will transmit the salmonella through their poop as well as the inside of eggs, and eggs often have traces of chicken poop on them. In countries where chickens are mostly healthy, it is unlikely that anyone will catch salmonella from handling an unwashed egg, but this is not the case in America because so many chickens are infected with salmonella. Therefore, in America all eggs are washed before they are sent to stores, and this washing removes the bloom that seals the holes in the egg and keep it fresh. Therefore, American (washed) eggs need to be refrigerated or they will quickly spoil.

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