A favorite breakfast foods in the world it is prepared eggs in various ways. They are not only easy to prepare eggs, but are also highly nutritious and healthy.
This is why most people buy a lot of eggs and then store them in the refrigerator or at room temperature. Recently, however, a debate emerged in some forums about the need for eggs to be refrigerated or not.
Not everyone keep eggs in the fridge, but most people living in North America, Japan, Australia or do. Other people simply store eggs at room temperature outside the refrigerator.
However, people who do not keep their eggs in the fridge risk to carry bacteria called Salmonella.
As the Journal of Food Protection published, in vitro insertion of salmonella in eggs is more successful with no cold eggs with cold.
However, the National Public Radio states that eggs should not be refrigerated. According to them, in the United States numerous measures to protect against salmonella made there, including inspections, washing and monitoring of the eggs from the supplier to the stores. In Europe, most of the chickens being vaccinated against salmonella, which means no need for us to worry about this bacteria.
As the FDA has reported, vaccines are a very efficient component of a prevention program Salmonella enteritidis. Marianne Gravely, an expert in technical information Inspection Service and USDA’s Food Safety says that eggs should not be kept at room temperature for more than two hours. As she explains, there is no chance for us to see if an egg shell is free of pathogens. Moreover, one of the bad things of these bacteria that cause food poisoning do not affect the taste, smell or appearance of food. No one can tell if a chicken is infested with salmonella, so it is possible that eggs, whether they come from a grocery store, a farmers’ market, or the backyard of his neighbor contain salmonella. The final decision is still to consumers themselves. Everyone should be aware of how to handle the food they eat, and this may be the best prevention of many health problems.