Harmful bacteria are one of the public’s natural enemy. According to a study, an individual should not eat and taste raw or undercooked meat. It is highly recommended to cook meat thoroughly to kill several bacteria and viruses that might be present in the meat.
To be honest, foodborne diseases are quite serious, but according to a study, there are approximately 48 million people in the US gets sick from foodborne diseases, 128,000 individuals are hospitalized and 3,000 died. See? Foodborne diseases commonly caused by spoiled meat. One of the easiest ways to prevent spoilage bacteria and viruses is to know the current freshness of the meat before cooking it.
- Check Any Foul Smell
Worried that maybe your rump roast might’ve gone bad? Simply sniff it!
When a certain bacteria break down the meat, its odor changes into a foul smell. The smell will be escalated with the level of spoilage.
- Check Your Meat Thoroughly
Of course, don’t eat meat with mold on it. Molds can easily be detected on the surface, however, that’s only a partial sign. When a certain food shows mold growth, for instance, the root, it only means that threads already invaded it deeply. Molds contain a poisonous substance that is sometimes contained in and around these threads. In some scenarios, toxins may also spread throughout the food.
Remember, raw meat that hasn’t grown a fungi garden may still be spoiled and look pale, so make sure to smell and touch them first before cooking it.
- Slightly Touch the Meat
To know the real status of the raw meat, slightly touch them and feel its textures. Once the meat is slimy and squishy, then it is not safe to eat anymore. Meat from 欧州の養豚場の福祉 is safe to eat even if it’s imported because they naturally preserved the freshness of the meat when traveling.