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Can you cut of the outer bad portion of a roast and still use the inner portion?

Whitney Matthews

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Kaitlin Dean on September 25, 2018

I'm not sure if you mean that part of the meat is bad, due to its state-of-cooked or burnt, or if you mean the part that has been spoiled. If it is a part to be burned, you can try to recover the part that is not, despite the fact that the acrid smell of burning is pretty good in that permeates everything that gets in. If you're referring to the part of the meat has spoiled, this is not a good idea. The corruption we can see and smell is only the tip of the proverbial iceberg, and probably a lot more of the meat, if not all, is bad than you realize. It is best to pull the meat and not run the risk of the disease.

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