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Re: Processing and contamination

Post Number:#16  Unread postby SarniaTricia » Thu Oct 13, 2016 2:24 pm


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Re: Processing and contamination

Post Number:#17  Unread postby alforddm » Sat Oct 15, 2016 9:02 am


Preitler wrote:Well. Fresh urin is steril, no bacterial contamination there, can be rinsed off, no problem.

Also, with rabbits being herbivores, I don't think many problems can arise anyway when proper rinsing and cooling is provided after butchering, imho it takes quite a lot of things to actually spoil rabbit meat.

Putting the rabbit on cutting boards, or whatever, would imho the bigger risk, but anyway, with proper cooling, rinsing and cooking not a real big problem.


It is a myth that urine is sterile.

Bacteria are present at low levels in the urine of healthy people not suffering from a urinary tract infection, Evann Hilt of Loyola University of Chicago reported May 18 at a conference of the American Society for Microbiology. Now, Hilt and her colleagues are figuring out what bacteria make up the normal bladder community and whether a change in that community might trigger urinary problems.


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Re: Processing and contamination

Post Number:#18  Unread postby Preitler » Sun Oct 16, 2016 2:42 pm


ok, but with bacteria it's about levels, and what kind. Imho fresh urin doesn't pose a problem anyhow, it's steril enough, rinse it off and it's good. We use the kidneys - which are the source of urin.

There's no point in being afraid of every single bacteria, and we cook our meat anyway.

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