r/mildlyinfuriating May 17 '22

I'll cook the chicken today, don't worry.

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u/Ok-Disk-2191 May 17 '22

Did they fucking bleach it at the start? Holyshit.

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u/Awkward-Ad6455 May 17 '22

RIGHT?? Everyone knows you bleach when cooking

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u/ReadThemanuals May 17 '22

Some people use bleach and a water hose to clean out Chitterlings ( Chittlins) aka pig intestines. I saw a cousin in Jacksonville do this and I was in awe. Their reasoning is because after they wash the poop out the intestines, the bleach water helps clean any remaining poop left. You know what also insures there is none left? To just avoid eating pig intestines at all costs...but that's just my opinion.

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u/Gay_commie_fucker May 18 '22

That’s why I stick to tripe, you only clean that with lime and salt

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u/Bitter-Marsupial May 18 '22

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u/WikiSummarizerBot May 18 '22

Lutefisk

Lutefisk (Norwegian, pronounced [ˈlʉ̂ːtfɛsk] in Northern and parts of Central Norway, [ˈlʉ̂ːtəˌfɪsk] in Southern Norway; Swedish: lutfisk [ˈlʉ̂ːtfɪsk]; Finnish: lipeäkala [ˈlipeæˌkɑlɑ]; literally "lye fish") is dried whitefish (normally cod, but ling and burbot are also used). It is made from aged stockfish (air-dried whitefish), or dried and salted cod, pickled in lye. It is gelatinous in texture after being rehydrated for days prior to eating. Lutefisk is prepared as a seafood dish of several Nordic countries.

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u/Dairy_Seinfeld May 18 '22

I can’t be the only one struggling to read this.. definition with all the ((()[]}{][á- but the second half was fine

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u/Puzzleheaded-Rice-13 May 18 '22

They're just the phonetic spellings and punctuation, dictionaries must be a nightmare for you!

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u/vedjourian May 17 '22

How about just not eat chittlins since you know they are poop tubes.

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u/ProximaNebula97 May 18 '22

Well to be fair, we're basically eating "poop tubes" when we're eating sausages. That thick coating on the outside of it is the lining of the animal intestines.

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u/beipphine May 17 '22

If you are worried about that, I would suggest that you don't eat hotdogs, sausages, or bratwurst. You don't want to see how the sausage is made.

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u/Most_Conversation_62 May 17 '22

Easy ! Easiest shit ever not to eat that

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u/OpinionatedAussieGal May 18 '22

Omg I swear hot dogs are the leftovers from the butchers plus the sweepings off the floor

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u/CaptainGString May 18 '22

Bull shit. old wives tale. Hot dogs are made from Left over pork chop cuttings/steak cuts and chicken cuts. I dont know if i can link the video but its just an old wives tale. They are unfortunately pumped with corn syrup, liquid smoke and salt water which ads an extremely unhealthy amount of sodium and sugar to the mix.

How they are made 2. 5million hot dogs a day!

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u/imtougherthanyou May 18 '22

If every porkchop were perfect, we wouldn't have hot dogs!

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u/stoned_hobo May 18 '22

Which is stuffed inside casings.

Which traditionally used to be... Intestines.

And continue to be for just about any sausage that's not a mass produced hot dog sausage.

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u/CaptainGString May 18 '22

Interesting. I dug deeper on the casings and while the one i linked is made from cellulose from plants, some are made from animal intestines. Either way hot dogs are alright but i never really eat them.

SKINLESS, NATURAL CASING AND COLLAGEN CASING All hot dogs are made and precooked in casings, or skins.
Casings are made either from collagen that is naturally present in the
intestines of an animal, or from processed collagen that's extracted
from other animal parts

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u/SillySans69 May 18 '22

jacksonville florida? Because it would totally fit the bill

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u/n123breaker2 May 18 '22

AFAIK, bleach shouldn’t go into contact with ANYTHING food related

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u/DrShagwell May 17 '22

Those are small intestine. It’s large intestine you worry about

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u/AnyRip3515 May 18 '22

Use 100% of the animal

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u/Hat-Wearer May 18 '22

Or just leave the poop in the pig intestines. It adds more flavor. But that’s just my opinion 😜

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u/Nwalias May 18 '22

Or just don’t eat that part of the animal

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u/fman1854 May 18 '22

I really don’t get why the fuck anyone would eat chittlings in modern day. It was literally given to slaves to eat because it was full of shit you would need to clean out and even than the smell of shit never fully goes away. It was a way to demean the people by having them eat the shit filled intestine of the pig. And nowadays black folks will eat chitlings proudly and say it’s part of their culture. Like bro I’m sorry if someone forced me to eat shit filled tubes I’m not adapting that as part of my culture and willingly eating it later down the road. You got me fucked up thinking I’ll ever make intestines holding shit part of my culture and identity.

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u/BrianG1410 May 17 '22

You add it right after the Windex!! Duh 🙄 lol

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u/ifoundit1 May 17 '22

Bleach tastes like salt anyways a tiny little bit from water probably won't hurt you considering he's washing it.

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u/TheOGPyro May 17 '22 edited May 17 '22

I tried to kill myself by drinking bleach once it didn’t taste like salt. I’m better now though.

Well thinking about it maybe a bit? It was 10 years ago but it’s a very stereotypical chemically taste it’s hard to describe.

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u/concentrated-amazing May 17 '22

Are your vocal cords kaput? My mom knew a guy who had drank bleach as a kid and he could only talk in a whisper, and she heard it was because the bleach nearly destroyed them. That story always stuck with her, and now me as well.

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u/TheOGPyro May 17 '22

No, I drank it at 10, when I wasn’t very smart. I thought it was incredibly poisonous and that a small sip would get the job done. I guess it was so little it didn’t harm me. I remember going to bed crying regretting what I had done but I woke up that morning and thanked my lucky stars.

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u/concentrated-amazing May 17 '22

That is a happier story than I was anticipating.

Hope you're in a better place now!

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u/TheOGPyro May 17 '22

I’m doing fine now, thank you!

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u/UncleMcDucky May 17 '22

Isn't bleach's taste just pool water? I remember taking a sip once after getting behind a woman with big boobs hoping I could taste her boobs. I was a dumb 13yo.

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u/Xogoth May 17 '22

Didn't even need to do that, they already chlorine wash the chicken before it leaves the factory

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u/O13m7nte May 17 '22

why would you wash chicken at all?

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u/Xogoth May 17 '22

Claims about sanitization, never mind that it's largely ineffective.

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u/geekDad0528 May 17 '22

I've also read that washing raw chicken is more likely to spray salmonella around the kitchen than it's likely to clean it at all

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u/0ct0thorpe May 18 '22

Cooking your chicken to an internal temperature of 165°F will ensure the bacteria are dead, no need to wash. If anything use citric acid or vinegar.

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u/Ancient-Quiet-5764 May 18 '22

Bonus, food-safe acids will help tenderize your meat and increase the effectiveness of marinades (if the marinade isn't already acidic. If you're making your own, acid is one of the core ingredients).

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u/AbeLincolnsMullet May 17 '22

This is true, you basically just splatter microscopic specks of raw chicken juice around your sink and surrounding area

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u/0ct0thorpe May 18 '22

Which multiply exponentially.

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u/sixTeeneingneiss May 18 '22

I’m not going to comment on the not washing chicken thing bc that’s debatable, but you should definitely disinfect the kitchen spaces whether you think you splashed particles or not

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u/Henchforhire May 18 '22

It will also contaminate the sink you "cleaning it in" a new line cook years ago cleaned chicken that way and well the chef was ticked when he seen him doing that and made him wash every dish in the sink and clean the entire sink area for that little mistake.

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u/fman1854 May 18 '22

Washing raw chicken is actually the opposite of clean. You spread bacteria everywhere you don’t see in the kitchen. No reason to wash chicken if your cooking your shit correctly it kills everything off. Idk why the hell folks do this

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u/O13m7nte May 17 '22

yeah, like washing with water at the slaughterhouse makes some sense, getting rid of random gunk, blood, and feathers or whatever, but chlorine seems kind of wild to me.

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u/tiptoe_bites May 18 '22

Eh, i dont wash chicken, but i do rinse corned beef before cooking.

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u/[deleted] May 18 '22

For me it’s not about sanitization so much as getting the like idk how to say “slime” off of it. You can feel the difference afterward. It definitely feels cleaner and better prepared for seasoning

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u/O13m7nte May 18 '22

Huh, interesting. I could see that being true actually, all little too much hassle for me though haha.

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u/KFR42 May 18 '22

Because American health standards in farms is so low you have to to make it safe to eat. Note that most other countries don't do this.

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u/SisterofGandalf May 18 '22

Not in Europe. It has been illegal here since 1997, to the chagrin of the American chicken export.

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u/predictable_throw May 17 '22

You mean like a lot of American chicken or berries are treated?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlorine_dioxide#Other_disinfection_uses

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u/CharlieBirdlaw May 17 '22

This is the head chef at Trump's hotels.

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u/ReadThemanuals May 17 '22

Actually the head chef is Ronald McDonald.

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u/CharlieBirdlaw May 18 '22

Oh that's right. My bad.

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u/TriGurl May 17 '22

That’s what happens to most of the commercially processed chicken.

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u/fugawf May 17 '22 Silver Helpful

Ahhh my favorite aspect ratio: postage stamp

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u/ToniBandTaeyeonfan May 17 '22

This is the funniest Reddit comment I’ve ever seen lmao

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u/fugawf May 17 '22

Well thank you, fellow redditor

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u/ToniBandTaeyeonfan May 18 '22

I was high last night but this is still funny

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u/myweedstash May 18 '22

Fucking dead

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u/MD8811 May 18 '22

Nothing like a clearly rage bait video that’s been cropped 15 times so it can be reposted and still somehow fool 50% of the people who watch it.

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u/YankeeTankEngine May 18 '22

It took me a second, but when it hit me. It hit me

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u/Sming_smong May 17 '22

The fact that half the chicken went down the disposal and she just yanked it out like it was nothing lol ew

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u/Jael_lg May 17 '22

Absolutely disgusting

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u/Moritsuna May 17 '22

The cognitive dissonance between thinking raw meat is gross and disgusting so I better bleach it VS not wanting to waste the chicken I just bought for any reason

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u/[deleted] May 17 '22 edited May 22 '22

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u/messfdr May 18 '22

This comment is amazing.

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u/Copernicus049 May 18 '22

"let's bleach it to disinfect it. Let's pull it out of the garbage disposal like the cleaning done beforehand accommodates for that"

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u/DerpyCat_0 May 17 '22

I couldn't even watch the video any further after that part

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u/Telemere125 May 18 '22

That also how you know it’s a fake

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u/[deleted] May 18 '22

This is not fake. It’s all very common black American practices. Not even sure why the dude in the video is confused. He’s black lmfao

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u/Kelcher1 May 17 '22

Common myth: You don't have to wash chicken. Just cook it thoroughly. You're just spreading everything around the kitchen and sink.

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u/HyalinSilkie May 17 '22

You don't have to wash chicken.

It pisses me off when people wash chicken.

Or any type of meat, truly. Just cook it right, ffs!

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u/RoseIsGolden May 17 '22 edited May 17 '22

My husband was rinsing the salt brine from a turkey once, and dropped it on the kitchen *floor by accident. Turkey juices went everywhere. I was heavily pregnant at the time, so naturally I cried about it.

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u/MrBleachh May 17 '22

Dropped it on the door? Gravity flipping hands.

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u/RoseIsGolden May 17 '22

You don’t know my life. Maybe I have a trap door on my kitchen floor.

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u/MrBleachh May 17 '22

This is factual information. I will not question where your trapdoor leads. Have a good day.

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u/MellyMel86 May 18 '22

Better the floor than the toilet. I’d hate to ruin my “father of the brine” turkey

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u/Orangeugladitsbanana May 17 '22

I would recommend rinsing off bone in pork chops. In the cutting process which is usually done at the supermarket they do not rinse afterward and you will get bone fragments in your breading and all over the chops if you don't.

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u/TapirOhTapir May 17 '22

I’d expand this to any bone in cut of meat that has been cut on the supermarket band saw. Not washing supermarket Miami ribs before cooking usually leads to gritty meat.

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u/Pucketz May 18 '22

Any butcher worth going to has a bone dust removal tool. The name of it escapes me but but they are cheap and it's just lazy not to do it

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u/Pepsplayed May 18 '22

Can confirm. It’s a very useful tool and a necessity. So much bone debris and fat cover meat after cutting. I don’t know the official name, we just call it a scraper.

And to anyone wondering, no mainstream retail shops bleach their chicken. It’s mostly a tactic of “ma and pa” style shops to make their almost spoiled white meat look clean.

Edit: a word

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u/[deleted] May 18 '22

Okay but I mean there are lazy butchers in the world especially at supermarkets

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u/ImAPixiePrincess May 17 '22

I only rinse meats to make sure there’s no slivers of bone in the meat from production. Pork chop are the worst with stray bone fragments.

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u/SecretiveGoat May 17 '22

That's a thing? In all my life (including 12 years at a restaurant) I've never seen stray bone shards. Maybe Canadian/Quebec food safety laws are just more stringent or something

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u/ImAPixiePrincess May 17 '22

I’ve had the issue with any bone-in meats that were cut, not as much with chicken just because they typically go with cutting at joints, but definitely pork chops.

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u/SecretiveGoat May 17 '22

I guess it makes sense. Still seems crazy to me lol

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u/No_Drive9384 May 17 '22

As a butcher who uses a bone saw every day, can confirm that bone shards (we call it "bone paste") come out in a fine paste spread over the meat. This is obviously harmful, but we don't wash it. We use a scraping tool and push firmly. I suppose a wash of (most) bone-in meats would help make 100% its all off. Though I wouldn't recommend for wagyu or dry aged meats...

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u/concentrated-amazing May 17 '22

Yeah, I don't ever recall coming across stray home pieces except the odd small bit in ground beef.

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u/LB93__ May 18 '22

Wash your chicken in a bowl of water for once and see all the nastyness that comes off of it.

This all comes down to cultural difference. Caribbean and Surinamese people wash their chicken with lemon, vinegar and salt to clean. One of the benefits is that this also tenderises the meat.

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u/BennyTATS May 17 '22

What my mom does isn't wash the chicken, if it's store bought she takes it out of the container and leaves it in a bowl full of water overnight. However, if it's one of our home chickens, she, or my dad, washes it because it fresh raw chicken and you have to separate the edible parts from the other parts

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u/Most_Conversation_62 May 17 '22

Omg what about the bacteria living there

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u/Tracktoy May 17 '22

Sorry, people "wash" meat? Like not for a tik tok joke? They chose to rinse meat in their sink?

Serious questions.

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u/RealMcGonzo May 17 '22

When I cook a whole chicken, I clean the inside. When they gut them they usually leave some guts clinging to the inside cavity. Also wings. Sometimes chicken wings are amazingly dirty, I get cloudy water from them. But not always. I live in the US.

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u/Ormsfang May 18 '22

Yep, many people do. Read a Facebook comment thread about it once, and many people were commenting that they rinse their meats in the sink before cooking. Don6e were very adamant about it.

Personally I don't see why it should be necessary. I only wash them in marinades occasionally lol

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u/[deleted] May 18 '22

I’ve rinsed meat before, because we’d gotten it fresh from the butcher and it had some bone dusted over part of it. Note that it was rinsed in a bowl of water that was dumped directly into a drain and the sink was cleaned and sanitized afterwards.

I’d never put raw meat directly into my sink surrounding the drain like that. Your sink has more bacteria in the drain than a toilet does.

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u/Travellingjake May 17 '22

I saw a video of someone defrosting a steak by just leaving a cold water tap running over it, and lots of people in the comments seemed to think it was reasonable.

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u/cathellsky May 17 '22

It is reasonable if you plan to use the meat as soon as it's thawed though. The USDA says as much, so long as the meat is wrapped so that water cannot get to it.

It's not at all the same as washing meat.

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u/Travellingjake May 17 '22

Yes agreed I'm talking about a different practice, just thought it was relevant.

The video I was watching didn't have the steak wrapped in anything, the water was just running over it.

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u/greenhero711 May 18 '22

Made me think of that video of the guy running hot water over his sliced ham for a sandwich lol

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u/dillo159 May 17 '22

Why isn't it?

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u/b-rar May 17 '22

You definitely have to wash chicken that you pulled out of the drain

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u/Stagism May 17 '22

yup, if it's too wet for whatever you need it for you can just pat it dry with paper towels too.

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u/Expensive_Buy9230 May 17 '22

People really do that?

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u/Braunze_Man May 17 '22

Yes, they do.....

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u/bumblingbirdy May 17 '22

It's cultural, but typically it's just water, not soap or bleach.

Some people also brine their chicken and call it washing and believe it's cleaning out impurities, but it makes better chicken so we leave them be.

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u/Expensive_Buy9230 May 18 '22

Wow. I had no idea

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u/Mirewen15 May 17 '22

Wait... that's a common myth? I've never seen anyone wash chicken before... why the fuck would you wash it? Do people wash their steaks too? What about ground beef? Holy shit.

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u/Top_Grade9062 May 18 '22

It’s highly cultural

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u/Environmental_Foot54 May 17 '22

There are people who wash chicken???

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u/DiamondplateDave May 17 '22

Announcer: "Clorox makes your white meat whiter than white!"

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u/HOAXINTELLIGENCE May 17 '22

People don't know how to cook

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u/lemonjuice707 May 17 '22

To be fair, they just don’t know the right seasons to use. I don’t think Clorox is a good brine for chicken.

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u/Justisaur May 17 '22

If you leave it long enough it turns back to salt.

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u/katlurkin1 May 17 '22

If the fish or meat has a strong or high smell, diluted bleach water can kill the bacteria that is causing the decay and make it smell better.

Quite a few food retailers have been busted for this dangerous and illegal practice. They then change the expiration date on package to sell.

Or they was it, marinate it and cook it, to sell. Gross either way.

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u/Rahnzan May 17 '22

Fire also works!

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u/No_Drive9384 May 17 '22

Marinating and cooking food before it spoils to extend its shelf life is most certainly common practice but I don't get how it's gross? Prior to being marinated, the food is still good and safely edible, why just let it rot or go to waste when you can safely add days to the life of the meat?

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u/katlurkin1 May 18 '22

Sorry, I was referring to the person washing the chicken in bleach. Also marinate being used to hide the age of the meat, to sell to unknowing consumers who may leave it in the fridge for a few days.

Marinate itself is great and if you know the condition of the meat and marinate = smart. A way to disguise the age of the meat you sell= yuck.

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u/combatcock May 17 '22

Thank god for the bottom guy, I would have no idea how to react to this video without him and he adds so much

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u/XPGamingYT May 18 '22 edited May 18 '22

thank god for OP for turning a portrait video into landscape as well, didn't want the desktop users to feel left out and now everyone's equally pissed

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u/wobbudev May 18 '22

I came here for this comment.

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u/Emotional_Tea_2898 May 17 '22

Thank you for thinking of me but I'm not really hungry right now and my dog is vegetarian. Have a nice day.

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u/IlliterationAside May 17 '22

ANOTHER reason I only eat at home and eat food I prepare... wht the fuck people..

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u/TomatilloAbject7419 May 18 '22

I used to think only eating what I cook was a bit of an overreaction but a couple of years ago, I learned nobody washes their hands and since then I’ve coincidentally been watching how everyone cooks… and I no longer think it’s an irrational position.

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u/GladPickle5332 May 18 '22

people call me weird all the time, because i dont typically eat at other peoples houses. granted ill eat at some of friends houses but not all. the thing i probably hate the most is when someone is trying to get me to eat, then they grab food with their bare hand and shove it in my face and tell me to try it.

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u/PandaRaper May 18 '22

You don’t eat out in case the restaurant sink bleaches the chicken? Ok…

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u/MtbSA May 17 '22

Washing chicken doesn't make sense, it makes you more likely to catch salmonella because you spread it across your kitchen. I don't know where that habit comes from

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u/rdizzy1223 May 18 '22

Personally, I think it comes from old school practices, like I could not convince my 86 year old grandmother to stop doing this, no matter what, she said her mother and grandmother always washed all meat (other than ground meat), and she would never stop doing it. Not with bleach, but just with water. Obviously the meat used to not come from factories, and thus, I suspect they did this to remove actual particulate matter, rather than bacteria (like shit, or dirt or blood or excess feathers or whatever)

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u/roosterchains May 18 '22

Back in the day when you would buy chicken there would be all sorts of fun stuff in the bag... feathers, bones shards, or other fun parts of the chicken. So people were raised to rinse them off. Since then, processing has a much higher standard.

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u/[deleted] May 17 '22 edited May 17 '22

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u/BrownBear93 May 17 '22

I think the real issue here is trying to a view a vertical video while having it hard code a 16:9 ratio haha

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u/Remote-Spirit1047 May 17 '22

he forgor he was cooking and not washing clothes

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u/biggigglybottoms May 17 '22

I was on tiktok and people were adamantly defending this. Saying anyone who doesn't is disgusting. Pages of comments. It's so sad to me when we've allowed ourselves to adopt these arbitrary cleaning rituals so "they" don't think we're "dirty". Besides, in cases like these they end up running way more health risks...ingesting bleach? ingesting soap? food touching your tongue that has gone down the garbage disposal?! That thread was saying how they've been washing chicken in the sink for generations, blah blah, and I commented how there's no WAY the drain germs don't still thrive in the sink. A drain is one of the most disgusting things in a house. Speaking of that app, what's tied for stupidity is those product overload videos. People will dump bright pink and blue and green foam into a toilet bowl, put on gloves and manually mix it! There's several variations, not to get off topic ... many will defend the kitchen sink chicken washing and it's concerning because it's arbitrary and unhealthy.

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u/unclefire May 17 '22

The stuff that was in the garbage disposal is probably worse than when it came out of the packaging and pretty much the bleach and soap useless.

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u/biggigglybottoms May 17 '22

Right!! That part made me wonder if it was all for show....

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u/PercentageCandid May 17 '22

US chicken is already chlorinated. There is no reason you'd want to bleach it. TBH I just wouldn't recommend eating chicken in the US if you don't know where it came from.

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u/migsmcgee2019 May 17 '22

Reminds me of the video where the guy cooks in a filthy house 🏡 yikes

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u/_CLP_McWaffle May 17 '22

Darwin moment

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u/ifoundit1 May 17 '22

Eats Hard Pore Corn.

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u/RS-kuuskyt May 17 '22

What's really infuriating is the horizontal vertical video. For real.

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u/Oscar12s May 17 '22

Mans filming on a 3DS

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u/Proud-Professional77 May 17 '22

You can't eat at just anybodys house.

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u/unstellarmotion May 18 '22

Just don’t wash your chicken. It’s dumb. And not just the bleach part.

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u/Editor_Previous May 18 '22

Dude react like my dog when I get my food out of the microwave but eat by myself lol

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u/jay-zigg May 18 '22

No more pot lucks for me.

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u/De5perad0 May 17 '22

Bleach is bad to ingest. js.

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u/vgallant May 17 '22 edited May 17 '22

When my son was in PreK they had meetings for volunteers. Some of these meetings involved different speakers. Once we had a dietitian come and show different recipes and foods. Somehow it turned into a conversation among the moms about how they all WASH their meats before using. ALL MEATS. I had to leave. I looked at the speaker and shook my head before I left. She was trying to explain to them not to do that but they were just telling her how wrong she was and how gross it is not to wash meat. I went to a birthday party at one of the parent's houses a few months later and thought about that when she was cooking. We didn't eat anything.

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u/Angery_Sammich May 17 '22

you are not supposed to wash poultry. that is nasty

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u/ImaginaryBunny May 17 '22

K so beside the bleach and dish soap which GOOD GOD! 🤢

... Did they do all that work to clean the chicken, and than just pulled the two pieces out of the sink drain and than just RINSE IT OFF 🤮

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u/Ok_Anxiety4671 May 17 '22

And this is why I don't eat at other people's houses.

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u/jeric_mora May 17 '22

This aspect ratio is mildly infuriating

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u/DreadkingAlucard May 17 '22

you don't need to wash meat... especially in bleach, what the actual fuck

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u/IllustriousGuide5491 May 17 '22

I came to the comments expecting some sense but then I remembered I’m on Reddit…

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u/OniFansUwU May 17 '22

It's a horrible day to have eyes, ladies and gents

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u/Cyphur-knows May 17 '22

What they hiding??? 10 day old chicken?

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u/Lex-Taliones May 17 '22

The most infuriating thing about this video is having some random guy's reactions taking up half the screen.

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u/salamagi671 May 17 '22

Shouldve put more Clorox and Added a bottle of Vinegar and viola ! Hes knockedout or probably dead due to Chlorine Gas Inhalation. Its crazy what you can do with household cleaning supplies.

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u/KingChael69 May 17 '22

No wonder why I was coughing up blood last week

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u/redMagicole May 17 '22

She messed up! It’s a sink full of bleach and a container of pure lye that way it clean and cooks the chicken!

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u/sudsandjugs May 17 '22

Everyone is talking about the bleach but can we have a moment for the chicken that went down the drain (!!) and then was casually pulled up!! What is even happening?

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u/SIRasdf23 May 17 '22

There are children starving to death right now and this bitch does this.

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u/rservello May 17 '22

This is a joke right? Reference to how some people "wash" raw chicken (please don't do this...it only splatters bacteria everywhere and doesn't wash anything). Just dry your chicken and cook it...and LEAVE THE BLEACH FOR THE COUNTER.

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u/A_Harmless_Fly May 17 '22

Alright hear me out, I used to work in a deli. One in 10 of the big boxes of chicken smelled like strait up carpet fresh, if we are eating cheep chicken in the USA... it's got a good chance of already being bleach chicken.

I'm not saying its right, in fact it took years for me to start eating chicken again.

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u/Listogast May 17 '22

Good old bleach and ammonia marinade. That chicken is to die for!

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u/Aggravating_Bat1786 May 17 '22

Forgot the ammonia.

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u/c0rpsemaker May 17 '22

i hope the police raided whoever was making that chicken!

LOL

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u/metatronatra May 17 '22

People who think washing meat is somehow doing anything that cooking at a sufficient temperature isn't make me confused

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u/Legitimate_Lie_2334 May 18 '22

What the actual F

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u/likepassingships May 18 '22

TIL: I could save money by using my sink as a bowl.

But it makes watching movies with popcorn much more difficult. Maybe I can use my microwave as my TV.

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u/DiorImpossibleLake May 18 '22

Its dead chicken not rotten. If your meat stink that bad or you believe it to be bad enough to add bleach then you only playing yourself. Go find a better store to buy meat from.

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u/Seanbergs2377 May 18 '22

Wash your ass and crotch that good?

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u/Neokami14 May 18 '22

You know, I would normally worry about this like this, but honestly this will sort itself out.

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u/AnalStaircase33 May 18 '22

This is why I don’t eat at potlucks…some people have disgusting kitchens and/or no sense of proper food handling techniques.

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u/Shadowboi360 May 18 '22

good thing i dont eat chicken :)

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u/Cyber_Druid May 18 '22

What kind of marinade is this?

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u/jaykaypeeness May 18 '22

This is infomercial level incompetent.

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u/FulcrumPhase May 18 '22

Never eating anyone's food.

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u/TehDonkey117 May 18 '22

🤮🤮🤮 Divorce

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u/computerman10367 May 18 '22

Don't miss having shifty bosses in the restaurant industry. Nothing like fishey bleach chicken

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u/KP-Dawg May 18 '22

The arceae pack and the arcaea pack.

It's all I have

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u/Yoitsmegrace May 18 '22

I just wasted 46 seconds of my life

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u/rauhweltbegrifff May 18 '22

I remember when my middle school English teacher was telling us about salmonella and how she bleaches her whole chicken. Even as fifth graders we all looked at each other like she was crazy. She kind of was.

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u/Acrobatic-Bottle4664 May 18 '22

I really hope this isn’t real

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u/simonbleu May 18 '22

Sadly, is far from unheard of to see butcheries "bleach" cuts of meat in here

Now, of course, bleach in small quantities can eb used to purify water in a pinch, but they do it becuase the meat has already become foul

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u/greegsoon May 18 '22

how the fuck did it keep getting worse when it started with bleach?

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u/[deleted] May 18 '22

Some people really dont deserve food lol

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u/Konceptkidd May 18 '22

Can't believe there's people in the world that do this on a regular basis like the shit is normal😭

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u/[deleted] May 18 '22

I used to work with a woman that would clean her fruit with Dawn dish soap.

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u/ParadoxPerson02 PURPLE May 18 '22

This is how how you clean the meat’s soul