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I need a specialist (or moderate knowledge would do) about bacterias in food…

Okay so… I made a stupid purchase, and I probably shouldn't even consider the option I'm considering. Nevertheless, here's my story:

I bought a 100+ years old Coca-Cola bottle, which is unopened. It was an expensive (and drunk stupid) waste of money. I know I should very keep it unopened.

That being said, if I ever were to consider the option to open it and taste it, I want to be informed. How dangerous is this? How harmful would the bactéries which developed for over a century be?

Thank you.

"You're a disease, and I'm the cure!" - Marion "Cobra" Cobretti

Re: I need a specialist (or moderate knowledge would do) about bacterias in food

In a very low oxygen environment I wouldnt be too worried about bacteria. It would almost certainly be flat and may have zero flavor left.

You're a fucking asshole! I admire that.

Re: I need a specialist (or moderate knowledge would do) about bacterias in food

the blokes on Eating History do it all the time. google the show

https://www.scribd.com/document/382737647/MortSahlFan-Song-List

Re: I need a specialist (or moderate knowledge would do) about bacterias in food

You have the internet and a world of information at your fingertips.
Why are you asking,
if I ever were to consider the option to open it and taste it, I want to be informed. How dangerous is this? How harmful would the bactéries which developed for over a century be?



This guy eats old food and smokes old cigarettes all the time.



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