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Cooked Meat O.o - April 14th 2012, 05:05 PM

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Recently discovered I can't eat cooked meat (red meat that is, I can eat chicken), when I eat it I throw up and get ill. I can eat it raw/medium when it is mostly pink or completley uncooked without getting sick...

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Re: Cooked Meat O.o - April 16th 2012, 09:34 PM

I have honestly never heard of this before. Does this always happen or has it only happened a couple times? It could just be the meat you are eating cooked is actually bad.

Other than that perhaps it has something to do with the grease not settling with your stomach. So trying the leanest meat you can might help. 85-25 ot 80/20 is usually what most people get. Though you may want to try a leaner meat. Of course the more lean it is the more expensive, but I would definitely suggest trying it to see if it's the grease.

Another thing you can do is if you get 80/20 or 85/25, is to just cook it longer. Because I don't like the taste of grease, I always cook mine until it stops producing grease. This is healthier and it helps my stomach.
   
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Re: Cooked Meat O.o - April 17th 2012, 06:13 AM

It has always happened but it is starting to bother me now, its alittle bit annoying. I have tried having expensive meat from resteruants that has been cooked the longest it can, but I still can't eat it. My gran has gave me burnt meat which also made me throw up
   
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Re: Cooked Meat O.o - April 17th 2012, 11:06 AM

Well, I would suggest seeing a doctor then if you want to eat cooked meat, which is healthier anyway. Otherwise, I have no other ideas of what could be going on. Hopefully someone else will reply with the same experience.
   
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Re: Cooked Meat O.o - April 17th 2012, 06:52 PM

I've heard of people not being able to eat a particular type of meat regardless of how well it is cooked due to allergic reactions. I share Kelly's confusion because I've never heard of an allergic reaction when the meat is not rare to medium. I think instead it probably is a reaction to some of the spices, marinade or oils. I would have said perhaps the fat in the meat contains something that you are having a reaction to but that seems out of the question if you've had the most expensive cut of meat (filet mignon). I suppose a tasty way to determine whether your reaction is from the fat is to eat a piece of meat high in fat, such as foie gras, although it's from a completely different animal so it may be of little help. The last thing I can think of is you simply have a very strong preference for meat cooked a certain way. For example, I prefer steak cooked blue or rare but I'll also take rare-medium.


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Re: Cooked Meat O.o - April 18th 2012, 05:29 AM

Honestly, I think you've had bad exerpeince with the particular cooked meat you've had. Honestly, the meat industry these days is so disgusting, you may have an allergy to an antibiotic or something. I wouldn't diagnose yourself with any particular " allergy" until you talk to a doctor about it.


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