Everybody kinda freaked out about the chicken and the pork ha?
We stopped eating pork 11 years ago, ever since my dad was half-bodied paralyzed. He is well now. Doing great. Really.
It wasn't that hard for me, because I was not attached to pork, although yeah my favorite tocino would be a no-no anymore until they invented tuna tocino, and tuna of everything which makes a good alternative. Eventhough it's a far cry from pork, it will do.
Chicken contains salmonella and other bacterias (sabi ng chef namin! haha) and so does any kind of poultry. That's why they recommend everybody to use different chopping boards for Chicken, Meat & Fish, and Veggies so that veggies and other meats would not be contaminated by any form of bacteria from the chicken. It's safer to have separate chopping boards right ?
I searched the net, you might be interested with some of their infos: PCRM
and just to be sure that there are a lot of available sources about this.
It's not that we will not eat chicken anymore, just moderate. Remember, too much of something is bad? To at least kill the salmonella in an egg.
Here's how you do it:
*Boil 2 inches water in a sauce pan and then cook the egg for 45 seconds.
and you can do whatever you want to do with the egg.
Most of the parasites comes from PORK. That's why we stopped it right away. Hard, but hey it is your choice.
Remember, everything in life is a choice. One way or another those choices will lead to different results. And no one is to be blamed. You made a choice. End of story. You can always choose again.
(I'll be attending another seminar tomorrow about Cardiovascular-something err I forgot the whole title.)
( Don't mind my title. Trip ko lang. After-effects ng cooking lessons. Haha)
*cooks something in the oven*
Class: Amoy Ipis (smells like roaches)
Ate Mildi: Baka may ipis sa oven. (maybe there are roaches in the oven)
Dra.: May ipis nga. (there is...)
Ate Mildi: So, luto na siya? *ate.. obyus po... nangangamoy na eh* (so, its cooked already?)
Ate Suz: Kahapon pa siya naluto... kahapon pa namin yan ginamit eh! (It was cooked yesterday! We used that yesterday.)
Dra: Eh di cremated na siya... (Then it's cremated)
*note: the ipis i think is under the oven. It was cleaned before it was used.*
Cheers to life and healthy living!