Salmonella Outbreak: Might as well tell me I can’t eat

We’ve all, no doubt, heard about the salmonella outbreak by now. Reports first blamed tomatoes, then jalapenos and cilantro. The tomato ban was lifted last week. A new report today says that salmonella has been found in a Mexican jalapeno at a plant in Texas. Here’s the FDA page on the outbreak.

This is killing me. Figure it out already. That latest report is so contradictory and vague, I don’t know what to think. If I can’t have tomatoes, jalapenos or cilantro, you might as well tell me that I’m not allowed to have food.

1 Comment so far

  1. lauratex on July 23rd, 2008 @ 1:04 pm

    Have you been to the Austin Farmers Market yet? There ain’t no taint there from industrialized agriculture – pretty much good, clean, wholesome, and delicious! Or, you could start growing your own – which we should all start trying since it may get too expensive to ship stuff from California.

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