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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
PostPosted: Tue June 05, 2018 1:36 am 
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96583UP wrote:
i put ketchup on fries

and sometimes mayo mixed with ketchup

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I like ketchup and I’m fine with Mayo. So whatev’s.

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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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tragabigzanda wrote:
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i put ketchup on fries

and sometimes mayo mixed with ketchup

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i made sweet potato fries tonight with a nice seasoning and dipped them in mayo and they were delicious.


i support this behavior

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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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tragabigzanda wrote:
i made sweet potato fries tonight with a nice seasoning and dipped them in mayo and they were delicious.

Jesus Jumped Up Christ, trag!! First, you’re eating while shitting, now this?!?! You’ve gone mad!


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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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tragabigzanda wrote:
Grills, raw meat, spatulas:

The burger cooks on the grill. The spatula is used to flip the burger, thereby contaminating the spatula with raw meat. Minutes later, the meat is flipped again; the spatula remains contaminated.

In the end, the spatula is used to remove the cooked burger from the grill, potentially contaminating the burger with raw meat.

What to do? Do you leave the spatula on the grill for a while to kill any bacteria? Do you wash the spatula between the flip and the removal of the burger from the grill?

Why are you flipping the burger before the first side is done?

Now, if you really want to get into contamination, think about when you brown your favorite meat for tacos and the spoon/utensil used for that.


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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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no, the first side is done when it's flipped. your taco meat dilemma is a good analog, but in that case i can just leave the utensil in the pan for a while. This is less easily done with my grill.


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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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Same idea with eggs. I just end up washing the spatula (or whatever utensil) every now and then.

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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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But his point with the burger is you don't get raw meat on the spatula, because you are flipping it when the side is done. Also, you shouldn't be flipping it a second time. I'm confused, because didn't trag pose the question but then agree with wease?

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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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the spatula touches raw meat when you first put the burger on the grill


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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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Why do you use a spatula to put the burger on? Be a man and use your hands

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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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dilemma solved!


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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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tragabigzanda wrote:
Grills, raw meat, spatulas:

The burger cooks on the grill. The spatula is used to flip the burger, thereby contaminating the spatula with raw meat. Minutes later, the meat is flipped again; the spatula remains contaminated.

In the end, the spatula is used to remove the cooked burger from the grill, potentially contaminating the burger with raw meat.

What to do? Do you leave the spatula on the grill for a while to kill any bacteria? Do you wash the spatula between the flip and the removal of the burger from the grill?

To transfer the cooked meat to a clean plate, you should be using a clean spatula that has not touched the raw meat. When you are cooking, you can re-use the spatula from raw to almost done. The reason for this is because the amount of bacteria that will remain on the spatula is very small, and will cook very quickly as you continue to expose the meat to heat.

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Jesus Christ, trag.


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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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I just set my spatula so that it hangs over the grill for a bit and any bacteria on it get killed.

Also, I don't use ketchup on anything BUT fries. That being said, I find it to be a critical taste in my enjoyment of said fries.

It's fine on sweet potato fries, but there are better choices.

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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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I lied. I also like the ketchup/mayo mixture on a Burger King Whopper.

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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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theplatypus wrote:
tragabigzanda wrote:
Grills, raw meat, spatulas:

The burger cooks on the grill. The spatula is used to flip the burger, thereby contaminating the spatula with raw meat. Minutes later, the meat is flipped again; the spatula remains contaminated.

In the end, the spatula is used to remove the cooked burger from the grill, potentially contaminating the burger with raw meat.

What to do? Do you leave the spatula on the grill for a while to kill any bacteria? Do you wash the spatula between the flip and the removal of the burger from the grill?

To transfer the cooked meat to a clean plate, you should be using a clean spatula that has not touched the raw meat. When you are cooking, you can re-use the spatula from raw to almost done. The reason for this is because the amount of bacteria that will remain on the spatula is very small, and will cook very quickly as you continue to expose the meat to heat.

This has been my approach but it was that last step. Obviously I didn't contaminate my food -- I typically do exactly as you've suggested here, but last night was thinking "There's got to be a better way!"

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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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Lotta judgements for a thread that is about solving problems, team.


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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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Do people seriously take their burger off the plate daintily with a spatula to put on the grill?!

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 Post subject: Re: Food Dilemmas
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politely walk me out of here rudd..let me know when its back to normal..thanks


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