Med-Rare Chicken Breasts
In case you’re not into cooking, there’s a very good reason why restaurants don’t serve medium-rare chicken. In fact, the only chicken you’re supposed to get at a restaurant is well-done chicken. Unlike beef, bacteria seek refuge inside the chicken meat, and only heat will cause them to shrivel up and die.
So, if you prepare a medium-rare chicken breast, get ready for a few weeks of stomach problems. And no, salmonella doesn’t come from raw salmon meat. People would really know this stuff if they bothered to do a quick Google search. Anyway, enjoy getting your stomach pumped, OP!