It’s on e outside of the egg. Wash it before breaking and you’re good to go.
Fun fact: salmonella doesn’t come from the egg yolk itself, it’s from the chicken who laid it. Also, raw flour contains E. coli.
@yoMami, another fun fact: E. coli is native gut flora in everyone’s colon already!
@Hot Coffee, yep. The issue comes from the fact most of us have a unique strain of it that reached symbiosis with us instead of causing problems. Or something along that line
@Cloverleaf, end result: eating ass will likely result in food poisoning when you try someone new, buyer beware!
It’s also why washing your hands after you poop and pee is so important.
Rocky drank 5 raw eggs every morning while training, never got salmonella and went on to win the heavyweight title.
"You know, I hear they make ice cream with cookie dough in it"
"Well, damn sister! Get me my keys!"
yes, buuuuut if you make the cookie dough yourself, just leave out the eggs.
The egg, which causes salmonella, is only needed if plan to actually bake the cookies.
@Deadkizz, when I was working out all the time I made raw egg protein shakes and not once even worried about it@
Its simple. Do you live in Australia? You're safe cause our eggs don't got that 💪