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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by k20, Apr 3, 2006.
http://health.yahoo.com/news/146218 cant even leave BBQ alone....
"A compound formed when meat is charred at high temperatures -- as in barbecue -- encourages the growth of prostate cancer in rats, researchers reported on Sunday."
I'm safe, I'm not a rat. It clearly states that BBQ encourages growth of prostate cancer in rats. Until they can show the same results in humans, there is no way in hell some pointy-headed researcher is prying a charred chunk of flesh out my hands!!! Remember when they said "don't eat eggs" then a few years later they said "well, eggs weren't as bad as we thought, go ahead and eat them again." ?
Just don't char your burgers... The rarer the better... Still mooing is prefered...
Beause were not all maried and you single guys would get away with everything.
my wife read that.PPSSSSS who cares.we all gotta die of something.and half cooked meat is still OK.
If one thing doesn't kill you, another will. I'd rather live to 75 and enjoyed every minute of it than 150 bland years.
cant wait til Cam reads this.
Not trying to rile anyone up, but properly BBQ'ed meat should not have char on it . Charred is burned, a "bark" on the outside is caused by heat, smoke, proteins and sugars, proper Q has a bark; it is not burned.
So all you BBQ rookies, treat your meat with respect, bark it don't burn it.
And grilled is much different than BBQ, but I wouldn't expect scientists to get that. But seared and charred are also worlds apart, seared good charred yucky, who likes burnt meat anyway?
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