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.
Hmm that's debatable
I had raw beef recently. It was quite bland. Tender, but bland.
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.
Did you know our mouths evolved to chew food before we swallow it?
Homer voice " ummmmm super bacteria, arrraahghh"