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ImageAccording to Clemson University researchers, you’re more likely to be sickened by salsa than by other dips! When they tested different types of dips that had been contaminated by double-dippers, they found that the salsa had 7 times more microbes than the others. Why? According to the study, the runny consistency of the salsa makes it easier for germs to migrate from the half-eaten chip into the bowl of salsa.