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What are protected cooking temperatures?


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Cook hamburger, for example, steak to in any event 145 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the base temperature for uncommon meat; to plan meat all around done, cook it to 170 degrees Fahrenheit. Cook ground hamburger to in any event 165 degrees Fahrenheit, and utilize this temperature for pork and chicken also. Put resources into a metal-stem thermometer to ensure you cook your meat to safe temperatures. The FDA site is an extraordinary wellspring of explicit rules and proposals, and the organization refreshes its data routinely. Follow these suggestions, regardless of whether you think your meat tastes better when it's cooked to a lower temperature. It's not worth gambling foodborne ailment for flavor.

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