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  • Evan's stinky meat

    what an Animal

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    Craig Titus for 2016 Masters Olympia

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    "If there are no maggots on the meat, it's good to eat." - Abraham Lincoln
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    • #3
      i don't know if i can't see what's wrong or i can't get the joke....

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      • #4
        the color has turned on the meat. he hesitates when he sees it, but then cooks it anyway.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Denarii View Post
          the color has turned on the meat. he hesitates when he sees it, but then cooks it anyway.
          At least he cooks it

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          • #6
            I wouldn't eat "seasoned" chicken or turkey but a steak, if you eat it freshh you should burn in hell

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            • #7
              The color doesn't matter so long as it's not fucking green.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by falpis View Post
                i don't know if i can't see what's wrong or i can't get the joke....
                Originally posted by Denarii View Post
                the color has turned on the meat. he hesitates when he sees it, but then cooks it anyway.

                I did not get it either until the comment of the meat changing colors was mentioned. Red meat will change colors rather quickly if left at room temperature for a while...it is part of the oxidation process of the blood in the meat. It will turn a gray brown color, but does not become stinky or dangerous to eat.
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                • #9
                  Grey is okay, green is mean.

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                  • #10
                    Most of this is due to the poor packaging seal- creating the meat to oxidize, I believe. You don't want it green though. lol
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                    • #11
                      my experience is by the time supermarket meat goes grey it is off and starting to smell/ decompose.
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                      • #12
                        My dad is a butcher that's nothing to worry about. If no one bought that steak they would of ground it up into ground meat and it would have been on the shelf another week.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by scottt View Post
                          My dad is a butcher that's nothing to worry about. If no one bought that steak they would of ground it up into ground meat and it would have been on the shelf another week.
                          Same here my, dad i also a butcher and says the exactly same thing, no problem at all.

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