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A study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry reports that cilantro, one of the key ingredients in spicy food, also seems to contain a compound that can kill bacteria that cause food poisoning, including salmonella.

Scientists are hoping they can use this knowledge to develop a food additive that can prevent foodborne illness – even in less spicy foods.
KC's View:
This is like finding out that red wine is good for you.

Pass the salsa.