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Why does red meat (beef, pork, etc) turn brown and pink meat (chicken, fish, etc) turns white when cooked?
Asked by: r56 Mar 12, 2008 - 93 Months Ago.
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When freshly cut beef is red in color.
Fresh meat that sits for a while turns brown in color. That's still safe to eat, as long as it doesn't smell.
Cooked meat turn brown due to oxidation.
Answered by: Meagan - 92 Months Ago.
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