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Some, but not all. Freezing may kill some of the present forms of bacteria. But for the most part, bacteria may simply freeze the growth state and then continue to grow once food has been thawed. A perfect and well known example of bacteria that cannot be killed through freezing is Salmonella. The bacteria in your food belong to two criteria - a) the ...


Raw fish meat and chicken can cause intestinal worms wich create in your stomach in order to eat all undisposed fish meat or chicken that your body has not fully gotten rid of . They help by eating these leftover subjects but are pretty wierd to think about having and can start eating the body itself it's best to never eat raw fish chicken or meat of any ...

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