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For once the Chicken didn't look anything like the one advertised, it was skinny low grade quality and while the taste was "OK" it was not what I expected.
Research has shown that cooking certain meats at high temperatures creates chemicals that are not present in uncooked meats. A few of these chemicals may increase cancer risk. For example, heterocyclic amines (HCAs) are the carcinogenic chemicals formed from the cooking of muscle meats such as beef, pork, fowl, and fish. HCAs form when amino acids (the building blocks of proteins) and creatine (a chemical found in muscles) react at high cooking temperatures. Researchers have identified 17 different HCAs resulting from the cooking of muscle meats that may pose human cancer risk.
Research conducted by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) as well as by Japanese and European scientists indicates that heterocyclic amines are created within muscle meats during most types of high temperature cooking.
Originally posted by Johnmike
reply to post by marg6043
All cooked meat has this "carcinogen." It's a chemical part of cooking meats. You misrepresented information, probably just because you read the site and didn't consider your integrity important enough to verify fact beforehand.[
It's okay, just deny ignorance. Hate KFC for real reasons, but live up to the fact that this is not one of them.[/quote[
And that is just a personal opinion like mine telling "don't eat the chicken".
P.S. The amount of time you've been on this forum isn't THAT impressive.
Very, are you jealous?