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Coloring can also indicate spoilage. If your package of ground beef is grayish all the way through and does not turn red when exposed to air for fifteen minutes or so, it is most likely spoiled. Usually your nose will tell you right off the bat, as spoiled ground beef will smell sour. It will also feel tacky to the touch. Don't take any chances with spoiled meat. When in doubt, toss it out.
Originally posted by baddmove
We always use ground Turkey meat for anything that calls for beef..
can't even digest beef anymore..
Ground turkey is awesome tasting....
give it a shot!
Originally posted by Lady_Tuatha
reply to post by SloAnPainful
I would never eat minced beef if it was brown inside, before cooking. it would turn me completely off it.
But that's just me.