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Question for Raw Meat Eaters

Answered on September 06, 2013
Created September 06, 2013 at 1:56 PM

I recently started eating raw beef, and I'm just wondering if anyone can relate to a recent experience of mine... I've found that I've lost the taste for cooked meat, even rare, entirely. I don't like it anymore. I don't like the way cooked meat tastes or smells. I suppose I'd have to eat nothing but cooked meat to get used to it again.

Has anyone else experienced this? FOr me it seems to be one or the other, either all cooked or all raw, my system doesn't appreciate a diet with both cooked and raw meat. Actually it likes the raw meat better and don't know if I wanna eat cooked meat anymore.

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on September 06, 2013
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Beware of eating raw meat too frequently: there are non-negligeable risks of parasites (tapeworm) and bacteria (E. coli).

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on September 06, 2013
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I eat raw meat occasionally, and have heard some raw food folks make comments similar to yours. It never happened with me though, even after going a month without cooked meat. Cooked still smells and tastes good, and I prefer cooked for taste. Eggs are a different story, as cooked eggs smell gross to me, and raw egg yolks are much yummier.

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