Salmonella
Tammy Nguyen Salmonella Paper, watercolor, crayon, and acrylic on various papers, hand-bound book
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Salmonella
2013
Paper, watercolor, crayon, and acrylic on various papers, hand-bound book
10" x 12" closed, 26" x 23" opened
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Tammy Nguyen Salmonella
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Tammy Nguyen Salmonella
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Don't use the knife that touched the raw chicken.
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You could catch Salmonella
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a type of food poisoning commonly linked to poultry.
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It is a rod-shaped bacteria that thrives in
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the intestinal lining of chickens.
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Humans can become infected with Salmonella
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through ingesting undercooked chicken.
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Usually our gastric acids will kill bacteria.
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But if it gets caught within the mucus of the oesophagus,
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bacteria can travel to the digestive system,
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where it will cause illness.
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Symptoms develop between 12 to 72 hours.
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NAUSEA
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STOMACH CRAMPS
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VOMITTING
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CHILLS
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FEVER
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DIARRHEA
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MUSCLE ACHES
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AND LOSS OF APPETITE
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You could die,
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but this is rare.
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Most likely illness will last from 5 to 7 days.
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Tips on how to not overcook your chicken.
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Pound the meat before you cook it.
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Soak it in olive oil.

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Bake it in sauce.
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Poach it in salty water.
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Deglaze it with butter and wine.