Re: Contaminated food.

Discussion in 'Food and nutrition' started by Dee Randall, Aug 11, 2005.

  1. Dee Randall

    Dee Randall Guest

    "gisburnuk" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi, I'm new to this forum and I would like to start off by saying 'hello
    > to everybody who loves to cook'.
    >
    > I own a simple gas cooker with grill and hob and I have cooked a
    > variety of vegetables and meat on it over the past five years, and yet
    > for some reason the meat or food that I have cooked have began tasting
    > very differently.
    > In describing the taste I would say it tasted very much like natural
    > gas, ie the type of gas used in the home.
    > On eating the meat the 'gas' smell was also remain especially during
    > instances where I had burped (excuse me).
    > This experience has put me off using my gas cooker because I was sure
    > is the source to the problem, I'm also worried about the health issue
    > to this problem because natural gas isn't really suitable to eat.
    > I'm also confused because natural gas like any other gas doesn't
    > usually become soluble, so how can natural gas form on my food and thus
    > contaminate it?
    >
    > This now brings me to my questions.
    >
    > Has anybody encountered this problem while cooking using 'gas'?
    >
    > Is their a different source to this problem?
    >
    > Our their health issues that I should consider due to this event?
    >
    >
    > --
    > gisburnuk


    I think you've done the right thing to not use it anymore. You might have a
    higher degree of sense to odors/tastes than other people. GERD, if you have
    it, MIGHT make you even more sensitive. It might also be that the previous
    food has not been completely burned off before you start cooking another
    item?
    Dee Dee
    (not a griller, so you can discard my advice promptly)
     
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