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Since: Oct 11

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#1 Aug 18, 2012
Saturday i got the the big roll of 80/20 hamburger. Sunday i fix spaghetti i myself had a salad my husband had the spaghetti and with in 12 hour he was rush into the hospital. It was just was running out of him BP was 51/54 could not walk or talk they had to put 3 IV in him to push fluids in him could not get his BP over 90 he was put ICU. They ran alot of test on him DR. Bhat ran a test on his s..t and found out he had SALMONELLA he is very sick i call Walmart and talk to the store Mag. and told her she needs to pull that shit off the shelf now. and she just said well we will go temp it. NO i said pull it befor anybody else gets sick . The hospital call and report it to heath dept and they called me and i told them what happen i how bad he was and that i got it from Walmart meat dept . so to all that reads this dDO NOT BUY THEY MEAT. He is been in ICU for a week now on a iv drip of a 1000 mg antibiotic.Never will i buy they meat again.

Since: Oct 11

Belleville, IL

#2 Aug 18, 2012
which walmart?
Just wondering

Waterloo, IL

#3 Aug 18, 2012
loin king wrote:
Saturday i got the the big roll of 80/20 hamburger. Sunday i fix spaghetti i myself had a salad my husband had the spaghetti and with in 12 hour he was rush into the hospital. It was just was running out of him BP was 51/54 could not walk or talk they had to put 3 IV in him to push fluids in him could not get his BP over 90 he was put ICU. They ran alot of test on him DR. Bhat ran a test on his s..t and found out he had SALMONELLA he is very sick i call Walmart and talk to the store Mag. and told her she needs to pull that shit off the shelf now. and she just said well we will go temp it. NO i said pull it befor anybody else gets sick . The hospital call and report it to heath dept and they called me and i told them what happen i how bad he was and that i got it from Walmart meat dept . so to all that reads this dDO NOT BUY THEY MEAT. He is been in ICU for a week now on a iv drip of a 1000 mg antibiotic.Never will i buy they meat again.
Are you black? Just wondering cuz you write just like you'd talk.
Gross

Waterloo, IL

#4 Aug 18, 2012
I never buy meat or vegetables at Walmart. The quality is sub-par and there are no butchers in store, so everything is shipped in already prepackaged. Don't really trust stuff like that, and you can tell that the meat just doesn't taste right since it is loaded with fillers. It is worth the extra couple of dollars to go to a meat store, or a store with an in house butcher. But, then again, some people are so cheap they could care less what is going in their body as long as they are saving a buck.
James

Waterloo, IL

#5 Aug 18, 2012
Must have just been a bad, unfortunate batch for you loin king. Because I made spaghetti that same day, with hamburger from Walmart, and me and my family are all fine.
Hecker

United States

#6 Aug 18, 2012
Just go to Schneider's Meat Market - you cannot go wrong!
Redneck

Columbia, IL

#7 Aug 18, 2012
Loin King, you are supposed to cook the meat thoroughly. There is no way that e-coli or salmonella could live in meat that has been thoroughly cooked. Not condoning them not making sure the meat is safe, but just saying that you have to be responsible when you cook and serve any kind of meat. Hope your husband gets well soon.
Veg

United States

#9 Aug 19, 2012
Quit eating red meat and you will not run into this problem. Much safer to quit eating red meat with all the junk that is put in these cattle and way to expensive to primarily eat grass fed.
food

Columbia, IL

#10 Aug 19, 2012
Redneck wrote:
Loin King, you are supposed to cook the meat thoroughly. There is no way that e-coli or salmonella could live in meat that has been thoroughly cooked. Not condoning them not making sure the meat is safe, but just saying that you have to be responsible when you cook and serve any kind of meat. Hope your husband gets well soon.
You can get sick even if the food is cooked all the way if the meat is bad already. It may have sat in the back room before put in the cooler and got warm. That starts the process of the food born illness.
meat

Waterloo, IL

#11 Aug 19, 2012
Veg wrote:
Quit eating red meat and you will not run into this problem. Much safer to quit eating red meat with all the junk that is put in these cattle and way to expensive to primarily eat grass fed.
Guess you better skip fruit and vegetables as well. Have your heard of the current cantaloup recall form Indiana? People are getting salmonella.
Beef Producer

Waterloo, IL

#12 Aug 19, 2012
Food- while it is true that if the meat was already bad from sitting out or spoiled from something, cooking will not cure that. However, it was stated that man got Salmonella from eating the beef, and that cannot be gotten if the beef is properly cooked. Ground beef is especially sensitive to these bacteria and must always be cooked to 165.

Veg- My guess is you know absolutely nothing about the production of beef cattle. You are probably scared off by things you see on the internet and then claim to be an expert b/c of your internet education. I can assure you that the USDA is much more diligent in keeping the country's supply of beef safe than you are.
Hear ye hear ye

Waterloo, IL

#13 Aug 19, 2012
My guess is you're looking for a lawsuit for one. Two, is that all the man ate in 12 hours? Maybe his lunch caused it? Third: He who buys any veggies or meat products at Walmart deserves the Hershey squirts. Everyone knows that.
Vincent Vega

Waterloo, IL

#14 Aug 19, 2012
I agree, everyone knows WalMart's red meat is horrible processed crap. Get your red meat from Schnuck's.
Greetings

Waterloo, IL

#15 Aug 19, 2012
WELCOME TO WALMART
twizzler

United States

#17 Aug 19, 2012
Learn how to cook lady, salmonella wouldn't have survived if you had cooked your spaghetti right.
i think

Waterloo, IL

#18 Aug 19, 2012
Salmonella could have been in the sauce instead of the meat. How do you know it was the meat?
meat

Waterloo, IL

#19 Aug 19, 2012
Veg wrote:
Quit eating red meat and you will not run into this problem. Much safer to quit eating red meat with all the junk that is put in these cattle and way to expensive to primarily eat grass fed.
You do know that corn which is fed to cattle is a grass? Right?
twizzler

United States

#20 Aug 20, 2012
That's not the argument numnuts. Grassfed means grazed. Cornfed doesn't. Or do you not understand that?
Happy One Hitter

Columbia, IL

#21 Aug 20, 2012
twizzler wrote:
That's not the argument numnuts. Grassfed means grazed. Cornfed doesn't. Or do you not understand that?


Go get them Twizzler! Articulate your viewpoint!
ummm

Saint Louis, MO

#22 Aug 20, 2012
Lion King with all due respect you really should fact check and I agree with previous posters that you are looking for a law suit. The original post made you sound like an uneducated redneck.

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