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Why Does Diced Beef Go Green/grey, Well Within Its Use-by Date ...

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On a few occasions, with meat from more than one supermarket I have observed prepacked refridgerated diced beef turning greeny/grey a day ...

food safety - Green streaks on raw meat: is it safe? - Seasoned Advice

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Where do these green streaks on the meat come from ? ... I've also heard that they use nitrites on the surface to prevent the grey-green tinge, but I am ... What is "settling with power" and how does it differ from vortex ring state?

If Meat Changes Color, Has It Gone Bad? — Tips from The Kitchn ...

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Aug 19, 2015 ... But what happens if the meat sat around in the fridge for a couple days, ... probably seen when pre-formed hamburger patties start to turn gray, but are still red or pink inside. ... 5 Secrets McDonald's Does Its Best To Hide.

Why does beef turn green? - Quora

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Don't eat green meat. Best case scenario it makes you horribly sick for days on end. Worst case scenario you die in agony. You could eliminate that risk entirely  ...

What Are the Green & Colored Tints in Roast Beef? | Our Everyday Life

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Does a Rib Eye Have a Filet in It? Can You Cook Beef Shank Cuts Like a Steak ... That's completely natural, however, and usually unrelated to the meat's freshness. ... of the shiny rainbow colors on the beef have a disconcertingly green tinge.

Why do stores sell meat that's going green? - Straight Dope ...

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Does anybody know about green spots on meat, and whether it's safe? .... Note that carbon monoxide keeps the meat from turning brown, not ...

Meat Color - Safe Spectrum Lighting

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lose an electron (called oxidation) which turns the ... If the pH does not drop much postmortem, the meat ... oxidation of the pigment to form a green or grey color.

Why beef with a 'rainbow' is NOT tainted: Popular myth debunked by ...

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Mar 2, 2013 ... Since the main color created by meat diffraction gratings is green, perhaps it ... Next time you turn your nose up at a cut of beef in your local deli ...

Why Is Bacon Sometimes Green? | Mental Floss UK

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It's perfectly normal for bacon to look green sometimes. ... as myoglobin, which can in turn change the colour of the blood pigment in the meat from red to green.

Centre for Food Safety - Green Meat in Chickens?

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Apr 23, 2014 ... Unusual green colour in chicken meat is usually due to a condition ... The lesion does not impair the general health of the chickens and is ...

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The Color of Meat and Poultry

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Aug 6, 2013 ... Change in color alone does not mean the product is spoiled. ... with oxygen leads to the formation of metmyoglobin, a pigment that turns meat brownish-red. This color ... What causes grayish or green color on cured meats?

What Causes Beef Rainbows? - The Atlantic

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Feb 28, 2013 ... The Internets are clogged with threads like, "Why does deli roast beef look like a rainbow?," ... especially since the main color created by meat diffraction gratings is green. ... Speaking of ham, beef is not the only meat known to have rainbows. .... He was turning around and heading back to Washington, D.C....

How Do You Determine if Meat is Bad? - PaleoHacks

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May 16, 2012 ... I'm not sure if it's my imagination, or if there's the slightest green tinge to ... That does not mean it is a good idea to eat chicken /mayo/eggs or any ... Old meat tends to show visual signs of oxidation - i.e. turning green/grey.