Monday, 23 August 2021

Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12

No Spaghetti with Ground Beef Today.

Please read the previous post (part 1):

HUS is a disorder that characterized by acute renal failure and thrombocytopenia syndrome.

There are some points from CDC that I can keep in my mind to prevent from E. coli  bacteria:

- Cook ground beef thoroughly
- An internal temperature to cook ground beef is 160˚F
- Avoid to eat raw or under-cooked ground beef
- After cook ground beef do not forget to refrigerate within 2 hours, then can be used within 3 to 4 days
- Wash hand with soapy water after touching ground beef
- Clean utensil, counter-top, and cutting board thoroughly with soap and hot water or using bleach solution.


Wild flowers, just for illustration.

The most important is never eat recalled ground beef.

I am not going to take a risk.

It will be awful to have diarrhea and stomach cramps that cause me back and forth to toilet or restroom.

This infection also leads to hemolytic uremic syndrome which is so painful. I just avoid the ground beef in a while.

So my spaghetti have no sauce today.

It turned into spaghetti with shrimps, and I added some asparagus, lemon juice, and sprinkle Parmesan cheese.

18 comments:

  1. Muy interesante amiga, hay que tener cuidado.... Saludos y abrazo a la distancia.

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      Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
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      No Spaghetti with Ground Beef Today.

      Please read the previous post (part 1):

      - Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 1 - Healthy Life 12
      HUS is a disorder that characterized by acute renal failure and thrombocytopenia syndrome.

      There are some points from CDC that I can keep in my mind to prevent from E. coli bacteria:

      - Cook ground beef thoroughly
      - An internal temperature to cook ground beef is 160˚F
      - Avoid to eat raw or under-cooked ground beef
      - After cook ground beef do not forget to refrigerate within 2 hours, then can be used within 3 to 4 days
      - Wash hand with soapy water after touching ground beef
      - Clean utensil, counter-top, and cutting board thoroughly with soap and hot water or using bleach solution.

      Delete
  2. Hello! Great post. Very interesting and inspiring.
    All the best! Greetings from Poland!

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    1. Thanks-
      Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
      -
      Wild flowers, just for illustration.

      The most important is never eat recalled ground beef.

      I am not going to take a risk.

      It will be awful to have diarrhea and stomach cramps that cause me back and forth to toilet or restroom.

      This infection also leads to hemolytic uremic syndrome which is so painful. I just avoid the ground beef in a while.

      So my spaghetti have no sauce today.

      It turned into spaghetti with shrimps, and I added some asparagus, lemon juice, and sprinkle Parmesan cheese.

      Delete
  3. Very interesting his blog, a lot and varied information.
    Thanks for sharing it.
    Best regards

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    1. Thanks-
      Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
      -
      No Spaghetti with Ground Beef Today.

      Please read the previous post (part 1):

      - Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 1 - Healthy Life 12
      HUS is a disorder that characterized by acute renal failure and thrombocytopenia syndrome.

      There are some points from CDC that I can keep in my mind to prevent from E. coli bacteria:

      - Cook ground beef thoroughly
      - An internal temperature to cook ground beef is 160˚F
      - Avoid to eat raw or under-cooked ground beef
      - After cook ground beef do not forget to refrigerate within 2 hours, then can be used within 3 to 4 days
      - Wash hand with soapy water after touching ground beef
      - Clean utensil, counter-top, and cutting board thoroughly with soap and hot water or using bleach solution.

      Delete
  4. Senhor, eu coloco este dia nas Tuas Mãos, que tudo seja segundo a Sua vontade. Amém!

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    1. Thanks-
      Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
      -
      Wild flowers, just for illustration.

      The most important is never eat recalled ground beef.

      I am not going to take a risk.

      It will be awful to have diarrhea and stomach cramps that cause me back and forth to toilet or restroom.

      This infection also leads to hemolytic uremic syndrome which is so painful. I just avoid the ground beef in a while.

      So my spaghetti have no sauce today.

      It turned into spaghetti with shrimps, and I added some asparagus, lemon juice, and sprinkle Parmesan cheese.

      Delete
  5. Replies
    1. Thanks-
      Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
      -
      No Spaghetti with Ground Beef Today.

      Please read the previous post (part 1):

      - Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 1 - Healthy Life 12
      HUS is a disorder that characterized by acute renal failure and thrombocytopenia syndrome.

      There are some points from CDC that I can keep in my mind to prevent from E. coli bacteria:

      - Cook ground beef thoroughly
      - An internal temperature to cook ground beef is 160˚F
      - Avoid to eat raw or under-cooked ground beef
      - After cook ground beef do not forget to refrigerate within 2 hours, then can be used within 3 to 4 days
      - Wash hand with soapy water after touching ground beef
      - Clean utensil, counter-top, and cutting board thoroughly with soap and hot water or using bleach solution.

      Delete
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    1. Thanks-
      Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
      -
      Wild flowers, just for illustration.

      The most important is never eat recalled ground beef.

      I am not going to take a risk.

      It will be awful to have diarrhea and stomach cramps that cause me back and forth to toilet or restroom.

      This infection also leads to hemolytic uremic syndrome which is so painful. I just avoid the ground beef in a while.

      So my spaghetti have no sauce today.

      It turned into spaghetti with shrimps, and I added some asparagus, lemon juice, and sprinkle Parmesan cheese.

      Delete
  7. I'm always visiting your page, you pass on wonderful tips. very good!
    have a nice day of peace.

    Greetings

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    1. Thanks-
      Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
      -
      No Spaghetti with Ground Beef Today.

      Please read the previous post (part 1):

      - Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 1 - Healthy Life 12
      HUS is a disorder that characterized by acute renal failure and thrombocytopenia syndrome.

      There are some points from CDC that I can keep in my mind to prevent from E. coli bacteria:

      - Cook ground beef thoroughly
      - An internal temperature to cook ground beef is 160˚F
      - Avoid to eat raw or under-cooked ground beef
      - After cook ground beef do not forget to refrigerate within 2 hours, then can be used within 3 to 4 days
      - Wash hand with soapy water after touching ground beef
      - Clean utensil, counter-top, and cutting board thoroughly with soap and hot water or using bleach solution.

      Delete
  8. Hola Rainbow Evening, parece un plato bien elaborado y de un exquisito sabor, lo intentaré elaborar. La ilustración de esas flores salvajes me gusta mucho. Y tus consejos encomiables
    Un abrazo

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    1. Thanks-
      Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
      -
      Wild flowers, just for illustration.

      The most important is never eat recalled ground beef.

      I am not going to take a risk.

      It will be awful to have diarrhea and stomach cramps that cause me back and forth to toilet or restroom.

      This infection also leads to hemolytic uremic syndrome which is so painful. I just avoid the ground beef in a while.

      So my spaghetti have no sauce today.

      It turned into spaghetti with shrimps, and I added some asparagus, lemon juice, and sprinkle Parmesan cheese.

      Delete
  9. Replies
    1. Thanks-
      Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
      -
      No Spaghetti with Ground Beef Today.

      Please read the previous post (part 1):

      - Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 1 - Healthy Life 12
      HUS is a disorder that characterized by acute renal failure and thrombocytopenia syndrome.

      There are some points from CDC that I can keep in my mind to prevent from E. coli bacteria:

      - Cook ground beef thoroughly
      - An internal temperature to cook ground beef is 160˚F
      - Avoid to eat raw or under-cooked ground beef
      - After cook ground beef do not forget to refrigerate within 2 hours, then can be used within 3 to 4 days
      - Wash hand with soapy water after touching ground beef
      - Clean utensil, counter-top, and cutting board thoroughly with soap and hot water or using bleach solution.

      Delete

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