Salmonella is one of the most common bacteria that cause food poisoning. The symptoms are diarrhea, stomach cramps, vomit, and fever. A person will usually get over the sickness in 4-7 days without any medication.
Keeping your station clean is very important in order to keep your food safe. One of the most common ways to get salmonella is by having uncooked meat come in contact with prepared food or vegetables.
What is Salmonella?
Salmonella is a bacteria that comes from poultry, meat, eggs, and milk. This bacteria is a leading cause of food poisoning, and since it is a bacteria it spreads rapidly.
A safe way to keep from becoming sick is to prepare food correctly and to keep raw meat away from properly cooked food.
How do I know if I have salmonella?
the most common symptoms are fever, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and vomit. A person who thinks they have salmonella needs to think back to what they have eaten in order to know the incubation time of the bacteria. This sickness usually goes away within 4-7 days.