Can you smell see or taste food poisoning bacteria?

Not really. That's what makes it so insidious - the consumer can't detect the problem. Microbiologists can often recognize the odor of certain bacteria that they are growing i (MORE)
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If you can smell exhaust is it CO2 poison?

CO2 or carbon dioxide has no odor, and cannot be sensed at low concentrations. If you smell exhaust, you are probably smelling other things such as unburned oil or fuel, not (MORE)
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Sweet and Spicy Cinnamon Roasted Almonds

Twice a year, at the state fair and during the holidays, the sweet and spicy smell of crunchy, candy coated cinnamon roasted almonds fills the air. You don't have to wait for (MORE)
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7 Household Hazards for Cats

Keeping your cat indoors is one of the best ways to keep him or her safe, but closing the door doesn't eliminate all the risks to your favorite feline. Read on to learn about (MORE)

Understanding Bitter Almonds

Most people are familiar with the sweet nutty flavor of the almond. It appears in everything from trial mix and savory meat dishes to some of the most delicate and popular pas (MORE)

Almonds are a Good Health Nut

The origins of cultivated almond trees can be traced to origins in Middle East and Southern Asian countries. Currently however, the state of California produces 80 percent of (MORE)

What poison tastes of almonds?

It's cyanide. Cyanide occurred naturally in the bitter almond and could be broken down by cooking, which is why people would roast almonds before eating them until we managed (MORE)