Plastic Chef Neelix

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(Neelix refuses to allow competition: I don't think there's any reason to assume he replicated the pasta -- it was probably bad, too)
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{{Quote|Cleanliness is very important. If you let kids make a total mess in the kitchen and then leave, you're not really teaching them anything.|Emeril Lagasse}}
 
{{Quote|Cleanliness is very important. If you let kids make a total mess in the kitchen and then leave, you're not really teaching them anything.|Emeril Lagasse}}
  
Once again we are forced to look to the disaster that was "Learning Curve".  Neelix has made a batch of homemade cheese, and he is storing this cheese is in a bell jar-like container on the counter in his kitchen.  If there are any doubts about where he was storing the cheese, keep in mind that the reason he managed to infect the ship with the cheese at all, was because the jar was sitting under a ventilation duct.  While there are a few cheeses that can be stored in a room temperature state (none of which Neelix had the resources to make) without much worry, most experienced cooks will still store them in a refrigerated environment, as that is just one extra precaution against food poisoning.  The danger-zone is a very real concern, and — as evidenced by Neelix managing to infect the ship itself with his cheese — just begs the bigger question of how many food poisoning cases was the [[Emergency Medical Hologram|Doctor]] dealing with that they just didn't care to show us.  The Doctor's own comments once he has scanned the cheese ''just adds'' to that sort of speculation!
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Once again we are forced to look to the disaster that was "Learning Curve".  Neelix has made a batch of homemade cheese, and he is storing this cheese is in a bell jar-like container on the counter in his kitchen.  If there are any doubts about where he was storing the cheese, keep in mind that the reason he managed to infect the ship with the cheese at all was that the jar was sitting under a ventilation duct.  While there are a few cheeses that can be stored in a room temperature state without much worry (none of which Neelix had the resources to make), most experienced cooks will still store them in a refrigerated environment, as that is just one extra precaution against food poisoning.  The danger-zone is a very real concern, and — as evidenced by Neelix managing to infect the ship itself with his cheese — just begs the bigger question of how many food poisoning cases was the [[Emergency Medical Hologram|Doctor]] dealing with that they just didn't care to show us.  The Doctor's own comments once he scanned the cheese just add to that sort of speculation!
  
 
{{Quote|This is the most pernicious agent of infection I've ever seen!|[[Emergency Medical Hologram|the Doctor]]}}
 
{{Quote|This is the most pernicious agent of infection I've ever seen!|[[Emergency Medical Hologram|the Doctor]]}}

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