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    • Pal
    • By Pal 25th Apr 05, 10:55 AM
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    • 25th Apr 05, 10:55 AM
    Agreed, as long as you like pickled meat. The cooking itself should get rid of all bacteria, esp on chicken which cannot be eaten raw, so no need for the vinegar.
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    • 25th Apr 05, 11:37 AM
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    • 25th Apr 05, 11:37 AM
    as well as being great for tenderising cheaper cuts of meat vinegar will get rid of most bacteria if used to wash meat before cooking, especcially with chicken
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    I never knew this? Does it make the meat taste of vinegar?
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  • lipidicman
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    • 25th Apr 05, 11:42 AM
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    • 25th Apr 05, 11:42 AM
    I would imagine that the vinegar would evaporate as it is reasonably volatile, but I havent tried it
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