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MARYVILLE, MO (2009-12-24) It's a feast of culinary choices now through New Years.
But food experts warn treating your food correctly can avoid sickness over the holiday get-togethers.
Tammy Roberts is a Missouri Extension Nutrition Specialist and says poultry and dairy foods should be treated especially careful.
Roberts adds eating raw cookie dough or egg nog can increase the risk of salmonella contamination.
She says using pasteurized eggs can decrease your risk.
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