Settle a disagreement for me, when you are cooking with raw meat do you rinse the meat off first? Or do you just cook it without rinsing?
Strictly speaking, you should rinse meat, then dry it unless you are going to use a moist cooking process. Poulty always, and scrub the sink afterwards.
If you buy meat already ground, don’t wash it.
Just wondering, what happened up there? I did not put in extra line endings!
so strange, lol
Cook without rinsing, mostly.
When I cook a lot of ground beef for chili/lasagne sauce, after browning, I drain the resulting liquid off and rinse the meat with hot water, then drain well. Does away with most of the fat.
Honestly, I don’t cook so I can’t even answer this one lol. All I do is bake…or if I do cook it’s pizza lol.
I sometimes rinse poultry, but never thought of rinsing anything else.
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