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Old 02-06-2013, 07:59 PM   #21
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I vote for unrelated cause with a very tiny vote for him being especially sensitive to yeast. I know to much yeast will make my stomach rumble.


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hmmm . . . I remember going to a Mexican place when the kids were school age. Got home and not much later everyone was sick. The girls were hanging on the toilets. Me and Brian were bent over in the back yard. Didn't eat Mexican again for over five years.
Yeah food poisoning can sometimes be within 6-8 hours of contact with the pathogen, if it's bad like improperly handled picnic potato salad during the summer and can even go away within a few hours. That's the problem with the new "Ferrari Norovirus" that's hitting (My 87 year old mom was hospitalized over the weekend from complications from getting it.) It hits fast and can burn through you and be gone in a few hours, a lot of folks (like my mom) think it's a mild case of food poisoning and don't do anything about it.... She got it Wednesday and was fine a few hours later, at least the vomiting and stuff had gone away, but it was so severe she ended up being severely dehydrated and her potassium was off, and she had "mental status" changes. SO they had to admit her.


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Old 02-06-2013, 08:00 PM   #23
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aww tell em they got e coli and they are doomed or aids or a cancer and then give another beer it takes more than 30 mins to get sick afer a single beer
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Old 02-06-2013, 08:00 PM   #24
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hmmm . . . I remember going to a Mexican place when the kids were school age. Shared one of those Bloomin Onion things with dip. Got home and not much later everyone was sick. The girls were hanging on the toilets. Me and Brian were bent over in the back yard. Didn't eat Mexican again for over five years.
You must have got a BIG dose of something, then. It's typical for food poisoning symptoms to show up 8-72 hours after eating, normally around 12-24 hours though from what I've seen.
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You must have got a BIG dose of something, then. It's typical for food poisoning symptoms to show up 8-72 hours after eating, normally around 12-24 hours though from what I've seen.
Hadn't thought of it before, but there's always the chance that it was from something earlier in the day. Everything coming up tasted of Mexican, so that's what took the blame.

Oh, and that restaurant shut down shortly after that.
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Old 02-06-2013, 08:15 PM   #26
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so glad to see that the OP isn't a TROLL!! I was facepalming from the title.
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Old 02-06-2013, 08:21 PM   #27
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http://www.buzzle.com/articles/sympt...t-allergy.html and scroll to brewer's yeast. Some people just are allergic to yeast.

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Well, I guess you'll just have to tell your friend he's incompatible with your beer! More for you.

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Old 02-06-2013, 08:37 PM   #29
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Girl friend had the same symptoms early last week. Now I have people accusing me of brewing bad beer.
Sounds like you have bigger problems... I'd keep an eye on those two. Just kidding ;p
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I have a friend who is very sensitive to yeast. He MUST filter his homebrew. I don't know the exact nature of his body's response to it.
I'm also sensitive to live yeast but I just deal with it. It gives me really bad gas. No diarrhea though. That's why I tend to keep my drinking to Friday/Saturday nights when I'm not going to be around anyone but my wife. Poor wife.


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