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Depends on the person but typically... no  .

I'm not sure how bad cross contamination is in terms of food safety, but grills are high heat, though you might not always heat the food through.

Many observant vegetarians however would minimally prefer separate dedicated utensils and cooking surfaces not used for meat. I personally wouldn't eat it, as a vegitarianvegetarian (for religious reasons) and many ideological ones would probably consider it unacceptable.

If you want to be safe, don't.

Depends on the person but typically... no  

I'm not sure how bad cross contamination in terms of food safety but grills are high heat, though you might not always heat the food through

Many observant vegetarians however would minimally prefer separate dedicated utensils and cooking surfaces not used for meat. I personally wouldn't eat it, as a vegitarian (for religious reasons) and many ideological ones would probably consider it unacceptable.

If you want to be safe, don't.

Depends on the person but typically... no.

I'm not sure how bad cross contamination is in terms of food safety, but grills are high heat, though you might not always heat the food through.

Many observant vegetarians however would minimally prefer separate dedicated utensils and cooking surfaces not used for meat. I personally wouldn't eat it, as a vegetarian (for religious reasons) and many ideological ones would probably consider it unacceptable.

If you want to be safe, don't.

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Depends on the person but typically... no

I'm not sure how bad cross contamination in terms of food safety but grills are high heat, though you might not always heat the food through

Many observant vegetarians however would minimally prefer separate dedicated utensils and cooking surfaces not used for meat. I personally wouldn't eat it, as a vegitarian (for religious reasons) and many ideological ones would probably consider it unacceptable.

If you want to be safe, don't.