Sensor sniffs out meat gone bad

No more salmonella for you

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So there you are, tooling down the freeway at 100 mph and watching a DVD on your visor when you get the munchies. But you're not sure how long that raw steak has been sitting in your cooler.

So before you pop it in the portable microwave , be sure to pull out your trusty "SensorFresh Q," which Red Ferret describes as an "electronic nose that sniffs out bacteria in uncooked meat." That's fine, but what we really want to know is whether it works on leftover pizza.

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