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Questions about the flesh of an animal (especially mammal) used as food.

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UK Food Hygiene Regulations (see UK FSA web-site) state that cold foods must be kept at 8°C or below and hot foods must be kept at 63°C or above. This is a legal requirement throughout the UK. How …
answered Sep 9 '11 by Stuart
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My neighbour has just given me a freshly shot hare, but has been pretty unhelpful as to what I should do with it. Pheasants I can deal with, but this is a step too far. Any suggestions (apart from ge …
asked Dec 18 '11 by Stuart
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I guess that to all intents and purposes your meat after roasting would be in a similar condition to pieces of meat after frying off to get a good surface colour and start flavour reactions before … stewing. So I can't see any reason why it should behave any differently. What you now need to do is to trim off any thick sinew, put the meat in a stewing liquid of your choice, bring to a simmer and …
answered Sep 26 '11 by Stuart