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It's a good thing meat tastes better once it's cooked to kill bacteria. amirite?

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So many bacteria lives lost to cooking.
Will someone think about the bacteria for once?

@shai-e So many bacteria lives lost to cooking. Will someone think about the bacteria for once?

Really all we're doing is creating a super bacteria that is resistant to heat. Then when it mutates into a giant ball our flamethrowers will just spit out "It was not very effective"s.

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Hmm that's debatable

@Malespams Hmm that's debatable

I had raw beef recently. It was quite bland. Tender, but bland.

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@SAS191104 Maybe the meat itself was bland.

Scientifically, I posit that raw beef tastes bland because the fat is still solidified. Cooking melts it into liquid, much easier to spread over the tongue.

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Did you know our mouths evolved to chew food before we swallow it?

Homer voice " ummmmm super bacteria, arrraahghh"

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