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16296897 No.16296897 [Reply] [Original]

Fuck bros, I've been eating Lao Gan Ma for years and I never refrigerated it but apparently I've risked botulism for years now
Anyone else do this?
Was going to eat some just then from a month old bottle and read the label and it said to refrigerate it and after searching it up online threw it away

>> No.16297302

>>16296897
I would have eaten it.
But I'm the kind of person that eats raw eggs, rare beef and pink pork. The average american would tell you to burn down your kitchen, just to be safe.

>> No.16297309

>>16296897
Botulism doesn't exist. Look up the stats of how many people contract it every year. And now consider that there are people out there who literally don't own fridges and have no idea about food safety. Botulism is nothing to be scared of.

>> No.16297332

>>16297309
Shut the fuck up

>> No.16297342

>>16297309
>An average of 110 cases of botulism is reported annually in the US. About twenty-five percent of these cases are foodborne botulism.
So that means there are roughly 30 cases of foodborn botulism in a nation of 300 million people.

>> No.16297351

>>16296897
i doubt any organism can live in that thing

>> No.16297359

>>16297342
>30 cases of foodborn botulism in a nation of 300 million people.
literally more likely to get killed by slipping on a banana peel.

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16297363

>>16297359
>having bananas aka the deathpeel in your home
anyone who dies by banana deserved it

>> No.16297366

>>16297363
Fuck anons I've been eating bananas for 20 years and I didn't realise how dangerous they are.

>> No.16297367

>>16297363
i dont keep them at home but the streets are full of peels.

>> No.16297368

>>16297367
We didn't used to have this problem that's all I'm saying.

>> No.16297369

>>16296897
>Lao Gan Ma
isnt that salty af? botulism cant even grow in 2% salinity

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>>16297363

>> No.16297408

Oil goes rancid between half a year to a full year

One month is fine

>> No.16297413

>>16297408
some oils and oil-based foodstuffs will go akimbo in 3 months anon. but even without going rancid, anything will remain fresher in the fridge

>> No.16297431 [DELETED] 

>>16297369
What I remember as chinese food growing up as a young kid in Hong Kong

>turtle/shark fin soup
>fried chicken feet
>pig uterus noodles
>fried rice with pork knuckle gristle
>unidentifed fish balls on a stick
>boiled dog meat
>one time, monkey brains

Americans have no idea how bad it really is. No one in china knows what the fuck beef and broccoli is or sweet and sour pork. Chinese food is disgusting. Literally the worst parts to eat of any animal. Makes sense because chinks are the race of humans closest to animals. They make disgusting noises when they eat, slurp everything, men in the streets lift their fucking wife beaters over their sweaty stomachs while laughing and chewing with their mouths full of food. Like what kind of idiot decided 2 sticks is the most practical way to eat grains of fucking rice. Starving Nigerians who eat grass have a better diet than the average chinese.

>> No.16297436

I know for a fact the label doesn’t say that, liar

>> No.16297448

>>16297431
Why the fuck did you copy this and posted it?

>> No.16297452

>>16297369
280mg of sodium per 30g. If all the sodium was from salt, that would make it about 3% salinity. But a good chunk of the sodium comes from the MSG I think.

>> No.16297474

>>16297452
i guess it is another pepper oily paste which is composed 50% of salt. well refrigerate it. Oil can go sour. i once tried fresh chilly in oil and bubbles appeared after few days

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16297475

>>16297452
wait does MSG ackchually contain salt though?

also I buy the Lee Kum Kee chili oil and it has zero salt or MSG. it's bland as fuck but I wonder if that brand is better to buy and then just season as needed

>> No.16297490

>>16297475
MSG is chemically a sodium salt, but it's not sodium chloride, which is what people usually mean when they say "salt". Cocaine and amphetamines are also salts, but you wouldn't try to preserve food with them.

>> No.16297492

>>16297490
I might

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>>16297490
maybe not preserve but perhaps.... dry age?

>> No.16297506

>>16297452
sodium IS the salt lol
sodium chloride dissolves into ions in solution and salinity is based on concentration of sodium ions

>> No.16297510

>>16297490
salt doesn't need chloride to be a drying agent
you'd be able to preserve food with potassium salt and magnesium salt too

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>>16297436
Yup, I had to check as well. Good one OP.
I actually haven't used my bottle in like 5 months and it is still in the good date, so I'll have some now and report back (probably).

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16297546

I had to check if it was still 2021.
Looks normal, smells normal, nothing seems off.

>> No.16297547

>>16297540
Anon once you OPEN the boddle the use by date is m00t

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16297553

Got some whore doors to test it out.

>> No.16297558

>>16297553
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5EVC3rgJ-o

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16297563

Spoonful: Completely Normal
Pickle: Doesn't jive well, wouldn't do again.
Strawberry: Surprisingly complementary. I expected it to be much worse than the pickle.

So yeah, time to wait and see what happens.

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16297573

>>16297563
anon I 90% think you'll be fine but just in case is there anything you want us to pass along to your family

>> No.16297581

>>16297563
And so you have rolled the 10,000,000 sided die. Your fate is sealed.

>> No.16297593

Mine says 'refrigerated after opening and consume in 30 days'

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16297632

>>16297573
Hell no
But if you want my literature collection I won't chuck it in the burn-barrel if I feel death creeping up

>> No.16297634

>>16297363
>when your crush calls and says she home alone

>> No.16297636

>>16297632
I don't want it

>> No.16297640

>>16297636
Can't say I blame you

>> No.16297644

>>16297634
*he

>> No.16297646

>>16297593
you can easily dispel all doubt by simply providing a screenshot with timestamp
just sayin

>> No.16297732

I never refrigerate mine, and in China I never saw it refrigerated.
But this being said- yes airborne bacteria could get into the oil

>> No.16297885

>>16297732
Wouldn't that just make them oil-born?

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