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CWD deer or this restaurant???
You can have for dinner a know positive CWD deer or eat at this restaurant. You have to pick one can't say neither. :)
More worried about cooks also having Hepatitis.....I wouldn't eat a known positive CWD not enough long term research for me.
John, I'm curious how old you are?
Does not sound like a good business model outside of San Fran.
I'd rather lick off the same salt block as a cwd positive deer then eat at that restaurant.
Mentally and by haircut…he’s like 12 years old.
Ksflatbrimmer probably is one of the cooks
What amazes me is that someone would still give a news item like that a second look much less start a thread on bowsite about it.
Canepole... johnmc is unsurprisingly a boomer(no offense other baby boomers) and on the younger side of the boomer generation I believe.
And yes this post and replies are on par for him. He's, special.......
Folks been eating CWD positive deer and elk for years, no cross over yet.
Definitely a CWD deer…
Absolute NO to that restaurant.
Can’t believe you guys are responding to a 6 month old thread which was resuscitated by a bot….
Soccermommy is probably one of the HIV positive chefs
Johnmc... I know 7 year olds that have better retorts. Also, your wife
Bot was removed. Still a stupid post.
"Folks been eating CWD positive deer and elk for years, no cross over yet."
pretty sure the same is true for people eating food that was prepared by people with hiv.
I totally understand your concerns about food safety, and it's crucial to prioritize your health when dining out. If you're in the mood for a dining experience that aligns with your preferences, you might want to explore nice restaurant with European cuisine
in your area. I recently had a delightful meal at a similar place, and it was a great way to enjoy delicious food without any worries. Your well-being always comes first, so I hope you find the perfect spot that caters to your tastes and ensures a safe and enjoyable dining experience.
I used to be a Health Department kitchen inspector. HIV poses no risk of food borne transmission. You'd probably be surprised how many HIV + workers there are in the commercial food industry. Just be glad they have a job and can and will support themselves. Too many reasonably healthy people can't or won't .