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Testing Meat for Doneness "The Touch Test"

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Testing Meat for Doneness The Touch Test Since you want meat to retain its juices it is best to measure the temperature of the meat using something other than a meat thermometer One such method is to use a non contact infrared thermometer Another method is called the touch method and is described
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