By: Stavana Strutz, PhD Candidate, Parmesan Lab, University of Texas at Austin

Science Friday has a short article and video about how making egg nog far in advance of consumption using raw eggs and booze actually does kill salmonella. Just remember that added brandy or dark rum to egg nog you've made that day won't save you.

I've also wondered whether SteriPENs can kill the bacteria in more viscous and not quite clear liquids as well. So could you just swirl your egg with a steriPEN? Maybe these Rockefeller fellows could try that out as well.
 


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03/29/2014 03:47

Let's be honest here: Some moral fortitude and maturity would do Science Friday a world of good. We need to bring back the stocks for Parasaturdays: Salmonella Egg Nog. What a sad sad world we live in. They might meet their match with ole' Stavana Strutz - he has even more incoherent self-regard for the feeble-minded silliness that he confabulates in what passes for a brain than they do.

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I've additionally pondered whether Steripens can murder the microbes in additional gooey and not exactly clear fluids also. So would you be able to simply swirl your egg with a steripen? Possibly these Rockefeller colleagues could attempt that out also.

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04/12/2014 10:48

I've likewise pondered whether Steripens can execute the microorganisms in more thick and not exactly clear fluids too. So might you be able to simply swirl your egg with a steripen? Possibly these Rockefeller colleagues could attempt that out too.

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