I hear that you should not, just wanted to see if it is ok every once in a while.Answer Question
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Answer by NovemberLove at 5:05 PM on Feb. 18, 2009
(cont.) They literally take all of the unused parts of the animal (snouts, blood clots, connective tissue, the anus etc., grind it and pour it into a mold before slicing it). Gross and unhealthy. There's also Listeria to consider while you can control the cleanliness of your own refrigerator, you cannot control how clean restaurants (or friends and family members) keep their fridges. The dirtier the fridge, the greater the risk that there is Listeria present. Listeria is notorious for causing stillbirth. Statistics show that for every 5 people infected with Listeriosis, one will die. 1/5 is not a good ratio. If you want to eat cold cuts and soft cheeses (better if pasteurized) in your own home (in moderation because remember, they're not very good for you) that's fine. But out at restaurants where you have no idea how old that crap is and how clean they keep their cooking/storage areas...I wouldn't.
Answer by NovemberLove at 5:07 PM on Feb. 18, 2009
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