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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-31-2005, 10:34 PM Thread Starter
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food poisoning!!

so, i just got back from some all you can eat sushi, and DAMN...worst sushi evar!

either they have really shitty quality fish, or I'm gonna wake up tomorrow with flaming diarrhea

my salmon sashimi tasted like bad meat and i sent most of it back, and my tuna was bitter, and to make it worse my miso soup...was the saltiest thing I ever eaten...and i once ate a bowlful of salt!!

anyone have suggestions on how to keep the food poisoning down? I am almost certain the sushi was bad...

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Re: food poisoning!!

No offense to your tastes but... Don't eat Sushi, or raw food! LOL, sorry, just my opinion. I don't trust the stuff, cooked is for me,

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Re: food poisoning!!

Salmonela, botchelism, ecoli. No thanks, i like to cook my food good.
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Re: food poisoning!!

unfortunately, there's nothing you can do to keep from becoming sick if that's what's going to happen. increase fluids if having diarrhea so you don't become dehydrated.

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Re: food poisoning!!

[quote author=blam link=topic=36663.msg528660#msg528660 date=1136086459]
so, i just got back from some all you can eat sushi, and DAMN...worst sushi evar!
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wow, i never knew people still eat at sushi buffets... very bad, considering raw food's been left out there exposed for more than a few hours.* next time you eat sushi, don't skimp

eat a muffin or 2-- preferrably 2. and no alcohol, you wouldn't want to just start spillin' out tomorrow morning.



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Re: food poisoning!!

well as long as it is kept below i think it's like 41 degrees F it's fine....and it's not like the bacterias start growing on it instantly.....i think


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Re: food poisoning!!

[quote author=dioxviad link=topic=36663.msg528690#msg528690 date=1136091859]
Salmonela, botchelism, ecoli. No thanks, i like to cook my food good.
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Botulism actually comes from poorly canned/jarred food. Thats why anytime you see a can with the lid popped you shouldnt open it...

You CAN get Anisakiasis from consuming raw fish that has nematode larvae. But thats why people need to handle food properly....

You know something like using a cutting board to dice beef and then turning around and using it to cut lettuce is one of the ways there can be a foodborne outbreak.....
I see what people do at my work and it sickens me (as far as getting dressing on their finger then licking it and going back to work) makes me wonder what people do at other restaurants....yeah sorry haha i just know a lot cause im ServSafe certified. 89 on my test...better than most other people that were in my class :-D

some things to look for when you have fish, Smell....is it fishy s melling? No not cause its fish....there will be a strong unpleasent oder...Color. if you know the color of the fish is it that color ex salmon is a pink/orange color. Texture. Is the fish slimy, or sticky?
Temp. Sushi should be cold. if left at a temp above 41 (5*C) for extended periods of time (as with any other food and at least 4hrs) it should be thrown away. Bacteria thrive between 41 (5*C) and 140 (60*C) degrees. Sushi should be served within 2hrs of preperation

Potentially Hazards foods:
Rice- Moist environment for bacteria to thrive
Baked Potatoes- Moist environment
Pastas- warm moist environment
Mayonsaise- If left out in the heat can make for a nasty weekend (potato salads, coleslaw etc)


Just remember keep hot foods above 140*F (60*C) and cold foods below 41*F (5*C)

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Re: food poisoning!!

[quote author=thebeansoldier link=topic=36663.msg528786#msg528786 date=1136105248]
[quote author=blam link=topic=36663.msg528660#msg528660 date=1136086459]
so, i just got back from some all you can eat sushi, and DAMN...worst sushi evar!
[/quote]

wow, i never knew people still eat at sushi buffets... very bad, considering raw food's been left out there exposed for more than a few hours. next time you eat sushi, don't skimp

eat a muffin or 2-- preferrably 2. and no alcohol, you wouldn't want to just start spillin' out tomorrow morning.
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it actually wasnt a buffet, they prepare it as you order. and it keeps coming as you order.

i seem to be alright....no puking or diarrhea...yet... so it must have just been bad quality fish...real bad quality...

it was also the first time i found a bone in my sushi.....and one of the tuna rolls had a scale in it.... man...never going there again...

ive been eating sushi now for 5 years and this is the first time ive been real upset

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Re: food poisoning!!

If I was you I would find only the highest quality places of this kind to eat at and only go to them. You might spend alot more but the experience will be much better with the "does this smell/look ok?" factor removed from the equation.


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Re: food poisoning!!

True but if you suspect there is something wrong then you should do it anyway... But see thats also just a general rule of thumb when you are just buying raw fish. I could go in more depth if, say, you were buying a whole fish thats not even been gutted

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