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I've been watching Sam the Cooking Guy a lot lately, and I was excited to see that his newest video featured my favorite sandwich, the Cuban.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj5kgvnzxDo

(skip to 2:30 in the video)

I trust Sam's skills, however I was a bit taken aback when he brushed some of the excess basting liquid directly onto the bread, using (apparently) the same container of marinade and brush that had been used to basteon the pork during grilling.

Granted, he only bastedbrushed it on the meat after that side had been grilled.

Is this safe? If so, why?

I've been watching Sam the Cooking Guy a lot lately, and I was excited to see that his newest video featured my favorite sandwich, the Cuban.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj5kgvnzxDo

(skip to 2:30 in the video)

I trust Sam's skills, however I was a bit taken aback when he brushed some of the excess basting liquid directly onto the bread, using (apparently) the same container of marinade and brush that had been used to baste the pork during grilling.

Granted, he only basted the meat after that side had been grilled.

Is this safe? If so, why?

I've been watching Sam the Cooking Guy a lot lately, and I was excited to see that his newest video featured my favorite sandwich, the Cuban.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj5kgvnzxDo

(skip to 2:30 in the video)

I trust Sam's skills, however I was a bit taken aback when he brushed some of the basting liquid directly onto the bread, using (apparently) the same container and brush that had been used on the pork during grilling.

Granted, he only brushed it on the meat after that side had been grilled.

Is this safe? If so, why?

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I've been watching Sam the Cooking Guy a lot lately, and I was excited to see that his newest video featured my favorite sandwich, the Cuban.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj5kgvnzxDo

(skip to 2:30 in the video)

I trust Sam's skills, however I was a bit taken aback when he brushed some of the excess basting liquid directly onto the bread, using (apparently) the same container of marinade and brush that had been used to baste the pork during grilling.

Granted, he only basted the meat after that side had been grilled.

Is this safe? If so, why?

I've been watching Sam the Cooking Guy a lot lately, and I was excited to see that his newest video featured my favorite sandwich, the Cuban.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj5kgvnzxDo

I trust Sam's skills, however I was a bit taken aback when he brushed some of the excess basting liquid directly onto the bread, using (apparently) the same container of marinade and brush that had been used to baste the pork during grilling.

Granted, he only basted the meat after that side had been grilled.

Is this safe? If so, why?

I've been watching Sam the Cooking Guy a lot lately, and I was excited to see that his newest video featured my favorite sandwich, the Cuban.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj5kgvnzxDo

(skip to 2:30 in the video)

I trust Sam's skills, however I was a bit taken aback when he brushed some of the excess basting liquid directly onto the bread, using (apparently) the same container of marinade and brush that had been used to baste the pork during grilling.

Granted, he only basted the meat after that side had been grilled.

Is this safe? If so, why?

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I've been watching Sam the Cooking Guy a lot lately, and I was excited to see that his newest video featured my favorite sandwich, the Cuban.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj5kgvnzxDo

I trust Sam's skills, however I was a bit taken aback when he brushed some of the excess basting liquid directly onto the bread, using (apparently) the same container of marinade and brush that had been used to baste the pork during grilling.

Granted, he only basted the sides of the meat after that side had already been grilled, but still, I imagine the brush did come in contact with some raw pork along the edges.

Is this safe? If so, why?

I've been watching Sam the Cooking Guy a lot lately, and I was excited to see that his newest video featured my favorite sandwich, the Cuban.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj5kgvnzxDo

I trust Sam's skills, however I was a bit taken aback when he brushed some of the excess basting liquid directly onto the bread, using (apparently) the same container of marinade and brush that had been used to baste the pork during grilling.

Granted, he basted the sides of the meat that had already been grilled, but still, I imagine the brush did come in contact with some raw pork along the edges.

Is this safe? If so, why?

I've been watching Sam the Cooking Guy a lot lately, and I was excited to see that his newest video featured my favorite sandwich, the Cuban.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj5kgvnzxDo

I trust Sam's skills, however I was a bit taken aback when he brushed some of the excess basting liquid directly onto the bread, using (apparently) the same container of marinade and brush that had been used to baste the pork during grilling.

Granted, he only basted the meat after that side had been grilled.

Is this safe? If so, why?

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