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  1. #411
    Pretty emotive subject!
    For me, a gourmet burger may have pink middle if made freshly from steak cuts, but burgers by nature are made from everything. If I have ground offal that isnt cooked through that for me isnt only a health risk but a big turn off. Even mince, dont trust it. By increasing the surface area of food you increase risk of food bourne nasties.

    Living in Britain you'll be lucky if its beef in your burger and not horse! We also tend to be over cautious when it comes food due to things such as the BSE scare in the 90's. So no I am not joking, it's a combination of things that puts me off eating pink burgers.

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    I live a few miles from the town (Longview WA) where Jack in the Box managed to seriously poison a number of little kids with their undercooked burgers a decade or so ago. I believe one died. Tends to make you think a rare burger isn't that great of idea.

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    if you know where your beef comes from and trust your source, you shouldn't worry.

    it's always better to get direct.

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    The average hamburger patty is a result of factories processing a 100 hundred animals at a time
    so the truth is that hamburger is processed with a lot of animals .
    but if you have a good source or grind your own then it cuts down on cross contamination .
    now off to In & OUT.
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    what steeley said =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
    The average hamburger patty is a result of factories processing a 100 hundred animals at a time
    so the truth is that hamburger is processed with a lot of animals .
    but if you have a good source or grind your own then it cuts down on cross contamination .
    now off to In & OUT.
    IN-N-OUT for lunch... Dbl Dbl animal...
    "So you want to be a vegetarian? Hitler was a vegetarian and look at how he turned out."

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post

    My Girlfriend received one of these for Christmas this year. She thinks its hilarious and uses it at a ninja hand on friends, pets, and inanimate objects. I don't believe it has touched food. I plan on keeping it that way.

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    has anyone seen this new one from wusthof?



    what a beauty.

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    Looks like the Wosthof marketing team is in charge of product development.

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    Nice wustof. And the karate chopper. What's wrong with horse meat? It's tasty

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