This post doesn’t really apply to restaurants in Salobreña so much as it does all restaurants and street food vendors in general around the world. Many people suffer with an inevitable bout the Leon Trotski’s while eating abroad, but is it inevitable or is it entirely preventable?
One of the most abundant foods that you will come across just about anywhere is rice, it’s cheap, easily stored and a staple in most 3rd world countries. Rice is also one of the most potentially dangerous too, as each grain of rice carries a bacterial strain called Bascillus Cereus which survives cooking. If the rice once cooked, is not cooled quickly and refrigerated, the bacteria multiply rapidly and then become a problem causing anything from mild to severe cramping, vomiting and diarrhea.
Rice that has been cooked, allowed to cool at room temperature, refrigerated and then reheated is just as dangerous, as cooking does NOT kill the bacteria. So for all you travelers out there be wary of the mighty grain of rice. For more information, check this link.
Cheers and Happy Traveling and Dining.