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A recipe cooked by Adam Liaw at the Adelaide Central Market Community Kitchen during Food Safety Week 2017.
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Fish poisoning - ciguatera poisoning, scombroid/histamine poisoning, shellfish poisoning and rudderfish poisoning/Escolar diarrhoea
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Anthrax is a potentially fatal but very rare disease in Australia and usually occurs in people who have close contact with animals or their products
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Blastocystis is a single-celled parasite which is commonly found in people who have diarrhoea or other intestinal symptoms.
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Botulism is an illness caused by botulinum toxin or other similar toxins. Under specific conditions, the spores of the bacteria germinate and make toxin.
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Brucella bacteria bacteria are found in cattle, pigs, goats, sheep, working dogs and domestic animals mainly overseas - risk to travellers
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Campylobacter infection usually causes gastroenteritis but may lead to more serious illness. Eating contaminated food is the most frequent cause
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Cat-scratch disease is bacterial and starts with a small lump followed weeks later by swelling of lymph glands - usually resolves without treatment
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Cholera is an acute diarrhoeal illness which occurs when the bacteria are taken in by mouth, usually in food or water contaminated by human faeces
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Clostridioides difficile infection is a disease of the large intestine caused by toxins produced by the spore forming bacterium Clostridioides difficile
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