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Old 01-22-2006, 04:42 PM   #1
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Low and Slow is Good for You!

Well sort of according to Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld. I read in his column in Parade today he says..."In areas of the world where grilled meat is frequently eaten (such as Japan) there is a higher incidence of stomach cancer. That's because prolonged BBQing of meat at high temperature forms cancer causing compounds on the charred areas.........try not to char the food. Keep the heat low and the cooking time relitively short (but long enough to kill any bacteria)"
I thought that was kind of interesting.
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No worries here. The amount of beer I consume pretty much kills any living thing.
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Old 01-22-2006, 05:32 PM   #3
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I read the same thing!! I'll enjoy my PP sandwich much better tonight!
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No worries here. The amount of beer I consume pretty much kills any living thing.
So, that's why the brain and overall function stopped working...now, if we can just figure out how to turn that mouth off!!
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"Research"....makes the trip deductable I guess
He is a funny doc. I see him on Fox news Sunday mornings too. =D>
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"Research"....makes the trip deductable I guess
He is a funny doc. I see him on Fox news Sunday mornings too. =D>
I'm sure he is Fair and Balanced then. And that there's No Spin. #-o
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"Research"....makes the trip deductable I guess
He is a funny doc. I see him on Fox news Sunday mornings too. =D>
I'm sure he is Fair and Balanced then. And that there's No Spin. #-o
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