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Old October 23, 2018   #1
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Default Massive Recall

Trader Joe's, Whole Foods...Walmart
Must have been a bad batch of anchovies!
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Old October 23, 2018   #2
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What was recalled? Anchovies?
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Old October 23, 2018   #3
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Nah.. Just corn and onions mixed with chicken by products, last I heard anchovies were safe!
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Old October 23, 2018   #4
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I just did a search on Google...
Death by Anchovies (Great name for a band!)
All that came up was a mass death of anchovies, in Califonia, no deaths from anchovies...
But the listeria/ samanella mass recall on corn/onion/chicken products is real.
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There is always a massive recall and for the most part it is always the places that are supposed to be safe clean and inspected.

But on the other hand I cant imagine them not being safe clean and inspected.
We have already seen what they can do if they aren't safe clean and inspected about 100 or so years ago.

On side note I made a comment on YouTube to someone that was making noodles with regular flour.
I said semolina or bust.
They thought I was insulting them about their food having salmonella.
I replied no, semolina not salmonella.
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Somewhat disgusted by food mass production and "packaged" food.
Eating closer to the source these days, and better off I think.
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