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Is It Safe To Cook Raw Meat And Vegetables Together In The Same Pan
If you cook it: It is common and safe if you actually cook the raw meat. You can use a wok and call it stir-fry. Where you can get in trouble is cutting raw meat on a cutting board, then cutting vegetables on the same board without thoroughly cleaning it and serving those veggies raw or in a salad. ...Read more
Contamination: It can become contaminated with pathogenic organisms. ...Read more
Can I get sick from eating a vegetable that was in a hot pot of raw meat before the meat was fully cooked at an Asian restaurant?
May: Be if it is laden with a lot of fat from heated meat. ...Read more
Different: The main hormone used to produce milk is rbst; it can result in higher levels of insulin-like growth factor (igf) in the milk. I'm more concerned about cocktails of hormones used to fatten cattle for beef including estradiol, progesterone, testosterone, melengesterol, trenbolone, and zeranol. Low-levels remain in the meat at purchase. Effects very controversial. Concern about cancer, infertility. ...Read more
I'm 11 weeks pregnant and wanted to know if it's safe to eat mangolian grill since the meat is sitting out for you to chose and they cook it for you.
Yummy: No food is perfectly safe in pregnancy or otherwise. Fortunately, the likelihood of something bad happening as a result of the consumption of well-cleaned, fresh food from a well-run restaurant is very low. In addition, mongolian grill is usually cooked at a high temperature. As long as it's thoroughly cooked, the risks go way down. ...Read more
Could you tell me if someone with HIV or hep c puts their blood in my raw meat and I cook it can I get aids?
10000iu retinylpalmitate a day-also eat vegetables containing vitamin a bit it's beta carotene. I eat meat everyday-porc, steak,chicken -no liver.safe?
You shouldn't: Eating raw meat is generally considered unsafe and may result in intestinal upset (vomiting and diarrhea). That said there are some great dishes that include raw meat- you just have to be careful the meat is handled and served properly. ...Read more
E Coli: Several years ago there were a few deaths and significant illnesses from e coli 0157. Sources are undercooked ground beef or pork, contaminated vegetables and swimming pools. Kidney failure can occur with this illness. It is less common now since regulations tightened with respect to beef/pork sales as well as cooking — particularly fast food establishments. ...Read more
Raw beef: What is eaten. I don't know too many people who eat steak tartare nowadays because of potential health risks. ...Read more
But this platform is (last time I checked) not a cooking club...is there a medical question here??
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Yes...: A vegetarian eats only vegetables. A meat eater is a carnivore. A really strict vegetarian is called a vegan. ...Read more
Slower vs fast: Sauteeing involves cooking meat using a small amount of oil or fat but you can cook the meat in its own fat or juices without adding extra oil or fat. Whereas pan frying involves heating a piece of meat quickly and frying on both sides at hot temperature. It involves using greater amounts of oil or fat to crisp the outside of the meat. ...Read more
Should meat be weighed before or after cooking? Recording raw weight is much higher than cooked weight. Ex: 6 oz pre vs 4 oz cooked, which to record?
Weighing food : Typically, you weigh food before you cook it. The difference would be the liquid that cooks off. ...Read more
No: This idea likely originates from Jewish teaching where an ancient rabbi advised against cooking and eating fish and meat together. It was suggested that this might increase susceptibility to a leprosy-like disease. But, in reality, eating these two proteins together has no health implications. Enjoy your Surf N' Turf (reasonable portions with lots of veggies!!) Stay well:) ...Read more
Is e. Coli in all the meats at the grocery store, and everything must be cooked? Is anything still safe cooked rare?
Cook: You should cook it well.Get a more detailed answer ›
Body Odor: Body odor, or b.O., bromhidrosis, osmidrosis and ozochrotia, is a perceived unpleasant smell our bodies can give off when bacteria that live on the skin break down sweat into acids — some say it is the smell of bacteria growing on the body, but it really is the result of bacteria breaking down protein into certain acids. ...Read more
Yes: A high glycemic index food can be balanced with a low-glycemic food. If you eat food with a glycemic index of 80 with an equal amount of food with a glycemic index of 20 the average for the meal is 50. So it is unwise to eat high-glycemic foods on their own but if eaten in moderation and combined with low-glycemic foods they are relatively safe to eat. ...Read more
Hi. My age is 20. Height is 5'7". Weight is 50 kg. I eat vegetables meat and chickens but not gaining weight. Help?
See Dr., then eat...: If one is truly underweight (based on height, family background, and body type), a Dr. can evaluate for a hormonal, digestive, or other disorder. If no medical cause is found, then one can add weight by eating more calories of nutritious foods, while also doing weight-training to increase muscle. Proteins: egg white, chicken breast, salmon, ... Better fats: olive oil, peanuts, almonds, tofu, ... ...Read more
These two products: Trigger heartburn for many. Dairy products like milk, sour cream, ice cream & cottage cheese can be problematic. Cuts of meat that are high fat like beef, pork or lamb increase the chance of acid reflux. In this case, you combining the two means that you are increasing chances for reflux. ...Read more
Is processed meat without nitrates ok to eat? I brought this turkey deli slices it says it is preserved used "Caramelized sugars" is this safe?
Just ok: I wouldn't consider any deli meat a healthy option because of the processes needed for preservation. Usually, nitrates are used, which are transformed into nitrites and increase risk of upper GI cancer. Carmelized sugar is an alternative to sodium nitrate, but also carries with it all the adverse health effects associated with any refined sugar. Cooking fresh meat is healthier. ...Read more
Some: Most people cook their meat adequately and the risk of developing sepsis from eating meat is low, but real. Cook chicken and turkey until they are 165 degrees, pork to 160, and beef and lamb until it is 145 degrees. http://www.fsis.usda.gov/is_it_done_yet/brochure_text/index.asp for more lay information. ...Read more
Stomach flu: Is a viral gastrointestinal infection. There is no effective treatment for this condition. Have a good rest and drink a lot of water. Wash your hands after handling food (the condition is contagious). ...Read more
No problems: No problems have been discovered so far. We've been eating genetically modified foods for many, many decades. It's not a new concept. ...Read more
Unlikely: Clean and cook as appropriate and most if us have lived well. ...Read more
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