Poop


So what about all the poop on vegatables. I mean there's a lot of bug poop and fertilizer. Also all those workers with their poopy hands from not washing are handling them.

I like to wash mine with water. Water is pretty anti-bacterial right?

I'm hard pressed to think of one piece of food that hasn't been pooped on or dragged through the mud. Most food is made outside too. So what's the big deal with meat getting a little poopy?



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There isn't a big deal. The "Poop" subtheme is only in the movie for the sake of irony. Think about it. Bruce Willis's scene practically SCREAMS this fact at the audience.

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There is a difference. Bug poop and natural water will not kill you, while cow poop and fertilizer may. And who said bacteria are bad? I thought we were past that point.



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The leading cause of food poisoning is ecoli on veggies, not meat which gets cooked. Either from irrigation downstream from pastures, or organic food fertilized with POOP!

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I wash my veggies with water as well, but I have heard that it is better to wash them in a solution of a few drops of bleach and some baking soda and that will take off a lot of herbicide and insecticide.

I think the difference is that anything external to veggies washes off easily, but stuff on meat does not. In fact they now say do not wash meat because you are likely to spread bacteria more over it instead of washing it.

Who knows, but really, I would not want to eat meat that had poop on it. But I also try to minimize my consumption of meat as well.

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