>>7356355 The chance of getting salmonella in North America is extremely high when compared to places like Japan.
But the chance of getting salmonella is something extremely low like 1 in 10,000. Not eating raw eggs is one of those baby protection FDA rules like throwing away any food thats been out for more than a couple hours. If you're a baby, an elderly lady, or have HIV, sure you could get sick enough to die. If you're a regular adult its unlikely you'll even sick
I eat raw eggs regularly for the last 10 years, but this is the EU and our eggs are generally considered safer. First find out how you can determine the date of the egg laying by the best before date. Your laws will be different, in the EU it's 28 days back from the best before date. Eggs are usually safe for the first 10 days, but I always go for <=5 days. Keep the eggs cooled after buying them. To check the egg you can do the following: 1) Make sure the egg does not float in water. 2) Wash the egg, check for cracks, for they will be more visible now. 3) Open the egg, there should be no smell at all. 4) The albumen is thick and the Chalaza is very firm and attached to the yolk.
>>7356951 >>7356960 Fresh eggs contain active enzymes that prevent salmonella growth, for ca. 1 week after laying. As >>7356946 said. There is no evidence of intact, freshly laid eggs being in any way dangerous to humans.
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