Don't Eat Expiring Foods

Written by John fenster

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Sushi, an exquisite delicacy, is also quite delicate in terms of maintaining its freshness.

Sushi

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As sushi contains bacteria-carrying uncooked fish, consuming it past its peak is a surefire way to contract a foodborne illness.

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Deli meats may appear to be an expedient snack, but prolonged storage can be detrimental.

Deli Meats

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They can become a breeding ground for Listeria, and expectant women are especially at risk by consuming them after their expiration date. 

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Although chicken is a fundamental component of many diets, spoiled poultry is a frequent cause of food poisoning.

Chicken

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Experiencing symptoms such as fever and diarrhea is not advisable to interfere with.

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Raw oysters are both delectable and potentially hazardous. 

Raw Oysters

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They are capable of harboring potentially fatal bacteria and viruses, which proliferate rapidly in oysters that have not been stored properly or are not fresh. 

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Foodborne maladies can potentially be transmitted through improper storage and reheating of leftovers from the previous day. 

Leftovers

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At room temperature, pathogenic bacteria proliferate at a rate of 20 minutes, which renders even the most delectable remnants a grave health hazard.

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