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How to Check for Doneness in Meat

Making sure meat is done is important. Thoroughly cooking meats and using a meat thermometer help prevent e. coli and listeria bacteria. Employ a cooking chart and insert a meat thermometer to ensure beef, poultry, chicken, and other meats are thoroughly cooked.

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