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Unread 01-15-2013, 01:29 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by PorkQPine View Post
I would suggest that you re-think using meat someone else bought. If I didn't buy it I don't serve it. Buying, transporting and storing meat until cooked is a high risk endeavor. What most people can tolerate by way of slightly-off meat will be a big problem to people with compromised immune systems like the elderly and young.

I'm being picky but I am in CA and everyone wants to sue.
Thats also a nice thing about pork. Your nose will let you know if you have a problem B-4 the rub even hits the meat.

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