Piece of raw chicken crawls on a plate and falls to the ground in a viral video
Viral images triggered a debate about whether they are false or not
A viral video shows the moment when a piece of raw chicken supposedly comes back to life and falls off a table.
This video shoots by Facebook user Rie Phillips and reproduced more than 10 million times on the social media platform.
According to Phillips’ account on Facebook, it is from Florida. Although it is not clear where the video recorded.
Because of the chopsticks, it can be assumed that the restaurant is Chinese, Japanese, Korean or something similar.
— New York Post (@nypost) July 25, 2019
Some users said the video planned, but others said chicken movements were caused by nerve endings still alive.
Others said it was not a chicken, but another animal.
On the other hand, some claimed that the chicken was being moved by some thread.
Until July 25, the video viewed nearly 10.5 million times and shared hundreds of thousands of times.
One person commented: “Muscles contract when you interact with salt or any similar stimulant, just as worms go crazy when you add a little salt.”
“I have no idea that ‘hell’ is that, but it is moving because the nerves are still active and basically move,” said a second Facebook user. “It’s the same as with some fresh fish, they tend to contract and it seems they are still alive even if they are already cut in the middle.”
But most people expressed horror at what is seen in the images. Someone wrote: “I am stunned. This [expellant] seems crazy. I’m glad it’s not her. ”
Do not eat raw chicken meat
According to Consumer Reports, up to two-thirds of chickens purchased in the United States may contain Salmonella, Campylobacter or both.
“Salmonella bacteria live in the intestines of many farm animals, especially chickens. It can cause an infection of the intestinal tract in humans, ” says Healthline.com.
According to a 2017 report by The Independent, raw chicken is apparently popular in Japan and is known as chicken sashimi or chicken tartare.
“Some claim that raw foods are more nutritious than cooked foods because enzymes, along with some nutrients, are destroyed in the cooking process,” nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert explained to The Independent.
“However, some foods contain unsafe bacteria and microorganisms that are only eliminated when cooked. Eating a completely raw diet that includes fish and meat carries the risk of developing a foodborne illness. Depending on where you are eating, there may be better or worse food safety standards. ”
— CDC (@CDCgov) April 26, 2019
“In the United Kingdom, the National Health Service suggests that campylobacter bacteria is the most common cause of food poisoning. These bacteria, along with salmonella and E.coli, are usually found in raw or undercooked meat, especially in chicken.
Another concern is the cross-contamination that can occur if the raw chicken is prepared on a cutting board and the table is not washed before preparing food that is not going to be cooked, such as salad. ”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the USA. UU. They also published a warning this year to remind people that they should not wash raw chicken.
“Washing can transmit chicken germs to other food or kitchen utensils,” the agency said on April 26.
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