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Safety standards are fine already. More regulation will achieve little, if anything, at a huge cost. More bureaucracy, regulators, parasites at the end with little interest in other than keeping their jobs. Food scares are inherent to cheap mass production. If there is anything that can improve food safetyfrom the current level in the developed world that's consumers. They are the ultimately interested ones, and they have the purchasing power. People should make their choices.
Safety standards are fine?

They inspect chickens for salmonella. Visually. As they move quickly along a conveyor belt.

I have about as much confidence in that as I do in turning the whole operation over to Stevie Wonder.
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can't live without good ol' chicken, Uromastyx meat ain't bad either

and meat should always be thoroughly cooked, it's disgusting otherwise.
Speaking for yourself, I hope. Yes, pork needs to cooked beyond redness.

But by ''thoroughly'' you probably mean cooked until the juices are gone and it resembles brown leather. Any well-marbled, good cut of steak that is cooked beyond ''bleu'' should go straight in the dog's dish. Although I would first cut off the delicious charred fat and keep that for myself.

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Speaking for yourself, I hope. Yes, pork needs to cooked beyond redness.

But by ''thoroughly'' you probably mean cooked until the juices are gone and it resembles brown leather. Any well-marbled, good cut of steak that is cooked beyond ''bleu'' should go straight in the dog's dish. Although I would first cut off the delicious charred fat and keep that for myself.
I don't speak only for myself, those who disagree have messed up taste

what I meant is that meat should always be "Well done", anything less than that needs more cooking, no need to worry about E.Coli or anything else as long as you cook what you eat well.

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Bleh.

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I don't speak only for myself, those who disagree have messed up taste
uh? virtually everyone I know here have their prime beef medium to rare. me thinks it's your own taste what's messed up

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what I meant is that meat should always be "Well done", anything less than that needs more cooking, no need to worry about E.Coli or anything else as long as you cook what you eat well.
if only factor is safety, yes, meat ought to be well done. fortunately there are other important things to consider as well, such as taste and pleasure
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I don't speak only for myself, those who disagree have messed up taste

what I meant is that meat should always be "Well done", anything less than that needs more cooking, no need to worry about E.Coli or anything else as long as you cook what you eat well.
Ill-informed, culturally slanted rubbish.

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uh? virtually everyone I know here have their prime beef medium to rare. me thinks it's your own taste what's messed up

if only factor is safety, yes, meat ought to be well done. fortunately there are other important things to consider as well, such as taste and pleasure
well everyone I know here have their beef well done, so it can go the other way around as well

meat ought to be well done full stop

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I was wondering how long it will take you until you make another reference about my culture or country, NID

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well everyone I know here have their beef well done, so it can go the other way around as well
sure, but it isn't me telling your taste is messed-up.

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meat ought to be well done full stop
this is utter rubish, as it has been already stated.
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meat ought to be well done full stop


Is this in the Koran or something like that, so that it is forbidden to ask why?

Incidentally the FDA just put out a report on the 10 top dangerous foods. Leafy greens were #1, and all of the top 10 were vegetables, dairy or seafood. Red meat did not even get on the charts.

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I was wondering how long it will take you until you make another reference about my culture or country, NID
It was the Saudi man who ***** me that makes me act like this.

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It was the Saudi man who ***** me that makes me act like this.
thought so.

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Incidentally the FDA just put out a report on the 10 top dangerous foods. Leafy greens were #1, and all of the top 10 were vegetables, dairy or seafood. Red meat did not even get on the charts.
Meat didn't make the list cuz beef, pork and poultry are regulated by the usda, not the fda, and weren't included in the study.
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Meat didn't make the list cuz beef, pork and poultry are regulated by the usda, not the fda, and weren't included in the study.
Thanks. The headline was ''TOP 10 RISKIEST FOODS''.

Only in the article did it say it only considered foods regulated by the FDA.

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