Originally Posted by Skip
No not at all. Each category is its own animal. It would be comparing apples and oranges.
Its all a guideline. The 145 degree was a food safety number to give those who would question the definition of cooked in the rule.
A guideline can also be a standard operating procedure upon which each team is asked to follow. Without constant oversight the rule set is not there to be enforced but rather followed. Once the competitor loses their integrity the rule set falls apart.
Exactly, the 145 was put in specifically to reinforce the safe serving temperature for those who say 'what does cooked mean'.
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