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Offline Qondrar_The_Redeemer

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Bitter Meat?
« on: May 19, 2018, 11:18:00 am »
I've just tasted some very bitter fermented (high meat). No meat has ever taste like this before. I think I screwed up this time by letting sit in the original package for too long and only then letting it air. I don't think this is something I'm going to eat, since I trust my instinct more than I'm willing to experiment with bitter meat.

Any thoughts? Do you think a bitter flavor is a sign to be alarmed at?

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Re: Bitter Meat?
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2018, 02:56:17 pm »
I have sometimes left raw meat in  vacuum-packed plastic for as much as 7 to 10 days. Generally, after 6 days, the meat would taste really nasty with a sharp, bitter taste, which does not appear in "high-meat" that has been regularly aired - so I would throw it away.If that is what you mean, I strongly advise you to avoid it like the plague.
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Re: Bitter Meat?
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2018, 06:07:55 pm »
I have sometimes left raw meat in  vacuum-packed plastic for as much as 7 to 10 days. Generally, after 6 days, the meat would taste really nasty with a sharp, bitter taste, which does not appear in "high-meat" that has been regularly aired - so I would throw it away.If that is what you mean, I strongly advise you to avoid it like the plague.
Yes, that is exactly what it tasted it like. Tasted toxic. The taste remained in my mouth for an hour afterwards, despite quickly spitting it out after the first bite. It was also sticky, which might explain why the taste remained there for so long. I already had a similar experience when I first started eating raw meat. I ate some bone marrow I shouldn't have, and it resulted in the most intense bowel movement of my life. I've never eaten anything that hasn't tasted quite right since then.

And you were, right. I actually did leave it in vacuum-packed plastic for too long. I did however want to know if anyone had any experience with bitter tasting meat.