A question of concentration...
Richard P. Grant
rpg14 at yahoo.co.uk.invalid
Tue Oct 3 07:00:06 EST 2000
In article <39d9b4d0$0$16590$7d5a4a58 at news.compuserve.de>, "Matthias"
<xanthos at ngi.de> wrote:
> 6 fresh hen's eggs
> 150 g icing sugar
> I do not believe that 9% do any harm to salmonellae.
Maybe not. What's advocaat in the shops? 15%? I think you're going to
have to pay for the 90% to get that high.
> So, what is the deathly concentration?
> Or generally, how to kill salmonellae without ruining the eggs?
The question you should ask is, does Salmonella survive in 9% alcohol
AND half molar sugar??
And you should get your eggs from not a supermarket, but a local farm,
where salmonella is less likely to be endemic. . . .
Richard P. Grant MAD Phil http://www2.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk/personal/rpg/
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