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I bought some of this packaged organic ground beef
It was in the fridge for 3 days, and when I went to open it, it smelt a bit rancid. There was no discoloration, still pink, no grey or green, and it cooked well.
I cooked 1/4 of it all the way through as a patty, cut in half, padded off the grease and had it with tortillas and cheese.
Was it actually bad? Im worrying it smelt, well, dated.
I'm kinda starting to sweat now that I finished but I think thats a mix of being worried and full.
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CSA season, let's talk about it.
I'm about to pick up this week's share - thoughts on you'd do with it?
Veggie Share-- Lettuce, Kohlrabi, Fava Beans, Mint, Spring Onions, String Beans, Broccoli
Fruit Share-- Sweet Cherries, Red Currants, Gooseberries
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I am going culinary school right now, as well as working in a fine dineing hotel in downtown Portland OR. I find the difference between me and everyone else cooking. Is technique. Read up on cooking techniques like sauteing, braising, poaching, boiling, simmering, pan frying etc. once you have mastered these cooking methods you can apply them to anything you want to cook. A good book to read is "food and lore of the kitchen" by Harold McGee. Hes super smart and the information comes from a scientific point of veiw.