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Subject: these two microorganisms are normal florae to chicken and cows but they are deadly to humans. And I dont think that nowadys people cannot have a more than complete diet and become healthier without consuming the flesh of other animals.


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Date Posted: 19:19:35 12/02/02 Mon
In reply to: chadi 's message, "Omnivorous diet??? can man eat raw meat. can he eat "uncooked" meat without having to die from salmonella which lives in chicken and E. Coli:157 which lives in red meat??" on 18:58:33 12/02/02 Mon


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chadi....chadi....less time please in the Biology textbook and more time with the English!! You're using double negatives again...English Teacher21:01:55 12/02/02 Mon


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