Would You Eat It?
Glow-In-The-Dark Meats? No Worries
SYDNEY, Australia -- An Australian food agency is trying to quell fears about glow-in-the-dark meats.
While most of us would understandably be shocked to see our food glowing, it is important to remember that the microorganism responsible for the glow is not known to cause food poisoning," the authority's director general, George Davey,
said in the statement.
I don't know, I don't think I would eat. Not while I am pregnant anyway. I might be brave enough after. Most cooking does kill bacterias.