To the doctors on the board, serious question...

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  1. Paulie
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    I cook all my food throughly. I believe that a person will live a longer life if they eat the most thoroughly cooked food, to be sure that any and all bacteria are killed in the process. I don't want swine flu, or chicken flu, mad cow disease, or angry horse disease, or slightly peeved lamb disease. Oh, and e-coli too. That one looks pretty gross.

    I even cook my steaks well done. Like, ZERO pink. I've been taken out back of steakhouses, beaten mercilessly, thrown into the dumpster and left for dead over asking for a filet well done. But I don't care, it's for the greater good. I also like my chicken cooked so thoroughly, that any hint of a pinkish hue gets it put back in the fire.

    I'm asking for a doctor's SERIOUS opinion on this.

    And not someone like fake Dr. Xox, who will most likely come in, make some kind of cryptic joke about a chicken crossing the road, that when analyzed, really just means "I have an anal fixation for Del" like all his other posts.

    I want some straight up factual opinions.
     
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    I would be very happy to answer any and all of your questions.

    However, you didn't ask one.
     
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    You should ask Sinatra and The T there Paulie. They seem to think they're doctors. Though they're about as much as Doctors as Dr. J was a doctor.
     
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    Are you....

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    GAY???

     
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    Dr. J had madd skillz!

    Don't bring down Dr. J!
     
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    Not a doctor, but...

    In order to "cook out" mad cow disease would mean cooking the meat until it is beyond inedible. We're not talking "well done". The temperatures required to render mad-cow disease inert literally disintegrates the meat to near ash status.
     
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    I know you get more vitamin and nutrients the rarer the steak is.
     
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    that gif cracks my shit up every time.


    I love rare steaks. Bloody and tender. I mean, almost uncooked rare. Burgers too. If I can get a rare burger it's my lucky day.


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