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Some Caesar has raw eggs and raw anchovie paste in it...I figure those are the reasons why. But if it's a Caesar from a bottle from the super market, I figure it's ok. You are only going to get a Caesar with raw eggs and raw anchovie paste at a very upscale restaurant where they make their dressing in-house.
The dressing in ceasar salad, if from a restaurant.. Will have raw egg in it. Like all house made sauces in that category.. Ie: aoli & mayonnaise. Raw egg is in the recipes.
Raw egg can carry the listeria bacteria.
If you're needing a ceasar salad fix, my suggestion is making it at home from a supermarket bottled sauce commercial ceasar dressing is fine!