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Old 06-03-2016, 08:19 AM   #3
Panupat
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Join Date: 04-30-16
Location: Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand
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Oh so it's always there on the meat? I see, thank you Ibrahim.

I found an interesting quote on Wikipedia.

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Although the botulinum toxin is destroyed by thorough cooking over the course of a few minutes,[22][23] the spore itself is not killed by the temperatures reached with normal sea-level-pressure boiling, leaving it free to grow and again produce the toxin when conditions are right.
So that means we should eat the sausage soon after it's smoked?
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