Blood On Animal Flesh In A Plastic In The Refrigerator?
, I have seen in the refrigerator that seems to be inactive condition, it turns out there is meat, maybe beef wrapped in plastic. At the bottom of the meat there is a little blood fluid. 1) Does the blood come from the meat itself which is left too long in the refrigerator with the refrigerator inactive? 2) If true, is the meat still allowed to eat? Then what is the impact if we eat?
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Basically raw meat should only be at normal room temperature for 2 hours. If your refrigerator is indeed inactive (meaning that the temperature in the refrigerator will be the same as the room temperature), then the meat stored in the refrigerator will only last for 2 hours. When it has passed after 2 hours, the meat should not be consumed again.
Basically pieces of meat are pieces of muscle from animals. Just like the composition of muscles in humans, animal muscles are also composed of fluid and between the muscle cells there are also small blood vessels that pass. The liquid contained in the meat plastic is liquid that infiltrates out of the muscle cells mixed with the blood of the animal. More liquid will infiltrate out of muscle cells if the meat is previously frozen and thawed again.
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