Check Your Cupboards

By now you probably know about the tainted peanut butter. A Bremerton woman and her daughter did not find out soon enough.

On Thursday, Cindy Murphy and her 16-year-old daughter, Rachelle, described days of nausea and diarrhea they experienced.

“The second day, oh, yeah, it was bad,” Cindy Murphy said.

The two had a penchant for peanut butter. Cindy Murphy, 43, liked crunchy on toast, while Rachelle Murphy preferred creamy on pancakes.

But their encounter with what they believe was poisoning by salmonella cured them of the craving for the time being.

“Now I’m sick of it,” Rachelle Murphy said.

One thought on “Check Your Cupboards

  1. Peanut butter is highly nutritious and is delicious added to just about anything.

    Luckily the brand we eat wasn’t tainted, Adams Crunchy.

    I add a tablespoon to my little container of yogurt every morning.

    I sincerely hope this scare doesn’t chase people from an extremely nutritious food…peanut butter.

    Sharon O’Hara

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