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Re: High-Meat-Recipe Preparation For More Advanced RAFers
« Reply #250 on: February 09, 2017, 04:55:21 am »
The top of my high meat is covered in green stuff and some bubble action is happening. Is that ok or should I throw it out? Its been maybe 2 weeks total and I forgot to air it for a few days, not sure if its still good?
Generally, it's not recommended to eat raw high-meat that has been without exposure to oxygen on a regular basis(at least once very 2-3 days). The idea is that the Inuit sometimes got infected by botulism if they left their raw meats in an unaerated environment  for too long(ie underground under a rock for example). In my own case,  I have sometimes left certain raw meats in vacuum-packs(ie no oxygen) in the fridge at a lowish setting  for a few days and it did not bother me. However, after 7-10 days, the raw-meat would taste extremely foul and I would have to throw it away, unlike the standard high-meat I used which was regularly exposed to oxygen. The latter(once I got psychologically used to the taste!) generally tasted like an excellent aged, raw cheese, more or less.
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Re: High-Meat-Recipe Preparation For More Advanced RAFers
« Reply #251 on: February 09, 2017, 10:17:58 am »
What about green stuff and bubbles? Is that normal on high meat?

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Re: High-Meat-Recipe Preparation For More Advanced RAFers
« Reply #252 on: February 09, 2017, 02:35:13 pm »
What about green stuff and bubbles? Is that normal on high meat?
I doubt it. That said,  when consuming normal, aerated "high-meat", I have often seen molds and funguses form of various colours which posed no problems re health. However, given the fact that the high-meat has been left  unaerated for so  long , I would strongly advise against eating it. Just try out another batch. My own rule is to avoid eating any "high-meat" left in the fridge or under the ground that I have forgotten to aearate for more than 3-4 days.
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