At my BBQ with mates recently, I noticed the chicken I was eating wasn't fully cooked. I stopped eating it obviously, but the next day I didn't feel good. On the second day my stomach was getting intense pains and I had to keep running to the toilet. I threw up a few times and felt lousy and had a sore head.
Its been a few days since and i'm still not 100%. I had food poisoning before on a holiday to france before, and boy, I was ill. I threw up ALL DAY and felt like crap. It kinda ruined the holiday for me as it was the day I went to Eurodisny(no joke). I didn't go on any rides- I just sat in the First Aid room and threw up.
He's a commie?! Oy Memo! We got ourselves a commie here boy!
> Hardly. I have an IQ in the high mid-100 mark but I know sod all about
> cooking. And that doesn't make me stupid. It just makes me ignorant to
> cooking. So ner :P
Ha. I am also a victim of my above-average intelligence level.
I have next-to-no common sense. I once tried to boil peas in a saucepan with no water (despite having a Food Technology GCSE at grade A!)
To ensure chicken is cooked it has the meat has to be above 75 degrees for all the germs to be killed (63o degrees is when the germs and all dead but it better to be safe than sorry). I suggest to you rest your gut and when you do next go out shopping buy your self a temperture probe so you can test next time.
Or we could let it sink :)