grill it again
grill it again
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next time cover it with some foil while resting...just saying...
I hear your pain! When that has happened to me, whether I eat it or not without cooking it further depends on how hungry I am...
On the other hand, would it stop Grok from eating it??
Shoot... if it were just me, I'd eat it anyways. Good exercise for the immune system. I'm not ashamed of saying I practice the 5-second rule regularly.
If I have guests, I understand some people care more about that stuff, so I'd grill it again. I try to make food clean for others, but for myself I don't much care- lol.
Yeah well, it's in the fridge stunting the maggot population. I'll probably fry it up with some eggs tomorrow. I was mostly curious about what others here thought. I've doubtless eaten hundreds of burgers and whatnot that had a fly land on it. Google the topic and there's a lot of fear out there. That was probably my mistake. And then considering most of the flies in my backyard are attracted to the dog poo. Maggots are a good source of protein, right?
“The whole concept of a macronutrient, like that of a calorie, is determining our language game in such a way that the conversation is not making sense." - Dr. Kurt Harris
Sometimes I wonder if the flies wonder if it is safe to eat after I was chewing on some of it. Their pain, not mine.
I am not so squeamish about things, but I understand not wanting to contract bubonic plague or something. My advice, for what it is worth, is do what you think is best.
Reminds me of the story of a man who caught a fly that landed in his stout. He grabbed the fly and squeezed it over the glass, shouting, "Spit it back, you bastard!"