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Have you ever watched those TV cooking competitions where the judges ridicule the chefs when they serve chicken that is still pink on the inside and remind them of the dangers of undercooked meat?
FoodPreservation HowToKnow Pork Spoiled
Well, there’s something worse than serving or consuming undercooked chicken: serving or consuming spoiled pork. When pork gets rancid, due to warm temperatures, bacteria, fungus, or packaging, you can get very sick if you eat it. Here are some key ways to determine if the pork you’re considering cooking is spoiled: Smell Plain old smelling it is the best way to figure out if the pork is rotten. Fresh pork has very little smell. As meat spoils, it undergoes structural and chemical changes that alter the scent of the meat. If it smells like ammonia, fish, gas, or sulfur, the...