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I was wearing gloves. When you open up a new carving block, there's TONS of meaty juice inside of there that you have to drain out. Some of it got inside my gloves.
By NateTheGreat132 - / Monday 20 October 2014 11:59 / United States - Whitehall
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Actually if you stop eating meat for a while and then handle/eat processed meats(aka deli meats) your body will react in horrible ways more often then not. That's gotta be a sign of something.

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off-topic: #1 - your profile picture is cut off and can't be read ._. I'm guessing it's supposed to be funny though? on-topic: with reactions like this it's hard to justify OP not being a vegetarian - but doesn't mean squat about anyone else!

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I'm not a vegetarian I am too much a carnivore at heart for that. But seeing the reactions people have to processed meats is enough to scare you off eating them. Hell even as a person that eats meat I get sick every time I touch processed crap. To answer the profile pic question. It's just more jaded human commentary. "I fear the day our technology will surpass human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots."

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Sadly even "quality meat" is pumped full of preservatives and all kinda of shit these days. It's a dangerous world for a carnivore, our precious food has more formaldehyde than hunting trophies after a visit to the taxidermist.

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I very much agree, #1. That is why I prefer to buy my meats from all natural farms, where livestock are raised they way nature intended. No antibiotics, no hormones, nothing.

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Not really. If you constantly wear gloves and keep washing your hands, most people won't have a problem. Washing hands not only removes germs, but will eliminate anything else that may cause a reaction.

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#2 OP has replied and said it was the meat juice that got under her glove. I work in a deli myself; gloves can only do so much. Opening a new chub of meat can often get juice everywhere, and it's very easy for it to either dribble past the glove onto your wrist/arm or get under your glove. It's not possible to avoid complete contact with meat if you work in the deli unless you're wearing opera-length gloves.

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That's some awful luck. If it's a part of a larger grocery store, maybe you could transfer departments? If not, well, you found one job, I'm sure you'll find another. Keep looking, keep your head up and best of luck to you, OP.

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